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López J I - - 1997
A case of inverted papilloma of glandular type in the prostatic urethra of a 65 year-old man is reported. The case was asymptomatic and incidentally discovered on histopathologic study of transurethral resection (TUR) specimens from benign prostatic hyperplasia. The literature concerning this rare entity is reviewed and briefly commented.
Lu H C - - 1996
OBJECTIVE: To emphasize the continued incidence of phenformin-associated lactic acidosis. CASE REPORT: We report a case of phenformin-associated lactic acidosis in a Chinese man who received phenformin while in China. Diagnosis was made; the patient was treated appropriately and survived. COMMENTS: Phenformin-associated lactic acidosis may still occur in the U.S.
D'Aversa G - - 1996
We report a 29-year-old man with a recurrent history of conjunctival redness, itching, and tearing, who was first seen with transient, multiple Trantas' dots bilaterally on the bulbar, forniceal, and palpebral conjunctiva. Conjunctival scrapings and biopsy revealed histopathologic features consistent with Trantas' dots. To our knowledge, this is the first ...
Posteraro L - - 1996
A.V., a 73-year-old right-handed man, developed right hemiplegia and hemi-hypoaesthesia following a cerebrovascular accident. A large, left hemispheric lesion was revealed by CT scan but, despite this, the patient did not show any language impairment in either Italian or English (which he spoke fluently). However, he did show right visual ...
Abe S - - 1996
A 47-year-old man was admitted for evaluation of unsteady gait, postural instability, and dysarthria. On admission, neurological examinations revealed cerebellar ataxia, extrapyramidal signs including parkinsonism and positive Trousseau's sign. Laboratory findings revealed severe hypocalcemia and hyperphosphatemia, and serum intact parathyroid hormone was not detectable. Brain computed tomography revealed severe calcification ...
Lindor N M - - 1996
We report a 43-year-old man with a slowly progressive neurological disorder associated with impaired intellect, general stiffening of the spine and joints, craniofacial dysmorphism, hearing loss, and massive calcification of the external ears. Extensive laboratory investigations were nondiagnostic. This patient appears to have the same disorder reported previously in two ...
Kralovic S M - - 1995
Phaeohyphomycosis due to Dactylaria (Ochroconis) spp. is a rare infection of man. It was first reported in 1986. All patients have had significant immunosuppression. To our knowledge, this is the second case of phaeohyphomycosis caused by Dactylaria constricta var. gallopava in a liver transplant patient and it developed even though ...
Benli K - - 1995
Solitary intracranial plasmacytomas are exceedingly rare. Before this case report, only 14 cases of solitary dural and 4 cases of intracerebral plasmacytomas had been reported in the literature. We present a case of solitary plasmacytoma originating from the right frontal dura mater in a 52-year-old man; we also review the ...
Di Lernia V - - 1995
We report the case of a 26-year-old man affected by a symmetrical keratoderma localized to the interdigital spaces of the fingers. No occupational, traumatic, or irritant factors were discovered. Clinical and histological features were consistent with the diagnosis of symmetrical interdigital hyperkeratosis, a sporadic disorder described by Frei in 1926. ...
Hodge W - - 1995
Corneal subepithelial infiltrates are a known complication of adenoviral conjunctivitis. In this article, we present a case of a 32-year-old man who developed these classic infiltrates after a well-documented adenoviral conjunctivitis. What is unique about this case is that the infiltrates recurred 8 months later after an upper respiratory infection ...
Kadio─člu A - - 1995
We report a case of penile incarceration in a 53-year-old impotent man. The base of the penis was encircled by a metal ring in order to achieve better erection. There was marked oedema of the entire penis distal to the constricting ring. The metal ring was removed successfully by cutting ...
Vilkman S - - 1995
Tracheobronchopathia osteochondroplastica (TPO) is a rare condition of unclear cause. Sporadic cases have been published from all over the world, but some geographical differences in the occurrence may exist. The condition is characterized by cartilaginous or bony outgrowths into the lumen of the tracheobronchial tree. Clinicians should include this disease ...
Trotter M J - - 1995
A case of a long-standing lesion on the hand of a 64-year-old man is reported. Histology of the excision specimen showed characteristic features of mucinous syringometaplasia. The histopathological findings are described in detail including the first immunohistochemical study of this entity. Previous cases in the literature are reviewed. Mucinous syringometaplasia ...
Linton D M DM Respiratory Intensive Care Unit, Groote Schuur - - 1994
A 45-year-old man died 2 months after being bitten on the hand by a dog. He developed the rare but characteristic clinical picture of fulminant septicaemia and peripheral gangrene caused by a Gram-negative bacillus, Capnocytophaga canimorsus, previously known as dysgonic fermenter type 2 (DF-2), which is an occasional commensal in ...
Nagayama M - - 1994
A 49-year-old man developed bilateral sudden hearing loss followed by cerebral infarction and cytomegalovirus (CMV) encephalitis. Autopsy confirmed intravascular malignant lymphomatosis (IML). A literature review indicates that hearing loss can be the initial manifestation of IML and also that CMV infection is more than an opportunistic infection and may participate ...
Moiin A - - 1994
We report the sixth case of linear focal elastosis. Our patient is a thin 29-year-old black man who was first seen with rows of papules with a yellow hue distributed symmetrically on the lumbar region of the back. The patient had been aware of these lesions since early childhood, and ...
Shiozaki T - - 1994
A 34-year-old man suffered from fulminant hepatitis after cleaning a tank in which there were traces of dichlorohydrin. In spite of daily plasma exchanges, he died 10 days after exposure. A 27-year-old man with much lighter exposure showed only slight liver dysfunction. This is the first report of lethal injury ...
Crouch M A - - 1993
Mesenteric venous thrombosis is an emergency usually treated by bowel resection with an end-to-end anastomosis and in some cases anticoagulant therapy. The survival rate is low. The literature records many cases of mesenteric venous thrombosis and various treatment modalities. An 18-year-old man was successfully treated for mesenteric venous thrombosis by ...
Meloy J R - - 1993
The case of a 21-year-old White man who committed a robbery and homicide is presented. His Rorschach is analyzed and interpreted using both psychostructural (Exner, 1986a) and psychodynamic (Cooper, Perry, & Arnow, 1988; Gacono & Meloy, 1992; Kwawer, 1980) methodologies. Findings are used to understand the presence and interaction of ...
Grigoris I - - 1992
OBJECTIVE: To present the first case of eosinophilic fasciitis associated with L-tryptophan ingestion. CLINICAL FEATURES: A 23-year-old Australian man developed myalgia and weakness, and later the clinical features of eosinophilic fasciitis, while taking L-tryptophan. INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME: The amino acid supplementation was discontinued and he was treated with prednisone (30 ...
Soriano E R - - 1992
We describe a man in whom pyomyositis developed in a temperate climate. Three facts make this case unique. First the pyomyositis developed in someone with underlying dermatomyositis, this being the second reported case to our knowledge. Second, the organism involved was a Streptococcus and not a Staphylococcus as in most ...
Cerný L - - 1992
The paper describes three cases of dependence on carotenoids with typical symptoms of irritability and nervousness accompanying their abstinence, with a long-term dependence, and an inability to simply discontinue. Three patients (a man and two women) all being smokers, evaluated this dependence as very similar to that on tobacco. The ...
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In May 1992, the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDH) received a report of a man admitted to a hospital with a preliminary diagnosis of botulism. Subsequently, three family members of the man were diagnosed with botulism. This report summarizes the epidemiologic investigation of these cases that linked illness to ...
Emori T - - 1992
A 60-year-old man developed left hemiparesis and homolateral ataxia with normal sensation and normal somatosensory evoked potentials. A lacunar infarct with gadolinium enhancement in the right dorsolateral part of the thalamus was demonstrated on magnetic resonance imaging. Thalamic lesion is a relatively rare cause of ataxic hemiparesis; most of the ...
Sund B S - - 1992
BACKGROUND: Juvenile papillomatosis is a proliferative epithelial lesion of the female breast, and Rosen et al. introduced it in 1980 as an entity. RESULTS: The authors present a case consistent with juvenile papillomatosis of the male breast, occurring in a 33-year-old man, who had noticed a swelling of his right ...
Larson P L - - 1992
We report a case of auricular calcification in an elderly man with a history of frostbite and normal serum calcium levels. The causes of calcification of the cartilage of the external ear are discussed.
Wakui H - - 1992
A 75-yr-old man was admitted because of acute renal failure. On the 9th hospital day, pulmonary hemorrhage occurred. He was treated with a bolus dose of methylprednisolone and plasma exchange, but died from respiratory failure on the 16th hospital day. Autopsy findings demonstrated marked intraalveolar hemorrhage and crescentic glomerulonephritis. Linear ...
Díaz-Calderón E - - 1991
A previously healthy 35-year-old man developed sudden diplopia after smoking "crack" cocaine. Neuroophthalmologic examination revealed findings consistent with a tegmental mesencephalic lesion which correlated closely with the computed tomographic documentation of a small midbrain hemorrhage. Cocaine abuse is a recognized cause of intracranial hemorrhage. In most patients, however, the bleeding ...
Gillberg I C - - 1991
The author describes a previously healthy man who contracted herpes encephalitis at the age of 31 years, and over the following months developed all the symptoms considered diagnostic of autism. This case report casts doubt on the notion of autism as an exclusively developmental disorder. It is suggested that temporal ...
Baart J A - - 1991
An unusual case of a residual cementoblastoma in a 24-yr-old man is described. The final diagnosis has been based on the history and the clinical, radiographic and histologic features. The lesion has been removed in toto. During the ten-year follow-up no signs of recurrence have been noticed.
Park J H - - 1991
We report the first Korean case of HTLV-I associated myelopathy (HAM), which was confirmed by Western blot assay of serum and cerebrospinal fluid. Interestingly, the proband's wife was a Japanese Korean who had lived in the endemic area of HAM, Kyushu. Japan, Investigations revealed significantly elevated anti HTLV-I antibody titers ...
Wierzbicki A S - - 1991
This is a case report of a 67 year old man who presented with a fluctuating level of consciousness and myoclonic jerks caused in part by hypercalcaemia. The diagnosis of cerebral neoplastic angioendotheleosis was only made later on brain biopsy and is the first report of the occurrence of hypercalcaemia ...
Nahlieli O - - 1991
An unusual case of pneumomediastinum caused by subcutaneous emphysema occurring after the use of hydrogen peroxide solution during root canal treatment is described in a 30-year-old man. A thorough search of the available literature failed to reveal similar cases. A review of the literature, including pathogenesis, clinical and radiographic features, ...
Maxwell E L - - 1991
The clinical features and laboratory findings of a case of Vibrio vulnificus septicaemia are reported. The illness occurred in a previously well 68-year-old man who was accidentally spiked in the buttock by the dorsal spine of a flathead caught in Tamboon Inlet, near Mallacoota, Victoria. The clinical picture of an ...
Gatley M S - - 1991
A 42-year-old, previously healthy man, developed dizziness and headaches. A CT scan revealed areas of demyelination in the left temporal lobe. He had been exposed to large amounts of organic solvents for most of his working life and as other possibilities could be excluded it was suspected that this was ...
Eble J N - - 1991
Prostatic stromal hyperplasia with bizarre nuclei is an uncommon variant of nodular hyperplasia that may be confused with mesenchymal malignancy but that can usually be distinguished by the degenerative character of the nuclear changes, absent to negligible mitotic rate, and relatively sparse cellularity. We report a case in a 73-year-old ...
Velimirovic B - - 1990
In October 1989 the first case of plague death in the USSR was reported to WHO. This occurrence in man did not surprise plague experts. The country has extensive enzootic areas and the persistence of natural foci, which can be silent for many years, has been well studied. It is ...
Mykulak D J - - 1990
Priapism in childhood, although an uncommon event, generally is believed to be associated rarely with future impotence in adulthood. These beliefs may be a reflection of under-reporting or a lack of long-term followup. We present a case of a 23-year-old impotent man who had a history of priapism as an ...
Buckley P - - 1989
Three of Freud's case histories are reviewed and reexamined from the perspective of modern psychodynamic thinking. The Dora case illuminates advances in our understanding of adolescent psychology and countertransference. The cases of the Rat Man and the Wolf-Man draw attention to our increased awareness since Freud of the importance of ...
Handler C E - - 1989
We report the case of a 20-year-old man born with transposition of the great vessels who underwent emergency balloon septostomy and subsequently a Mustard procedure. When aged 20 years, he had several syncopal attacks due to sinoatrial disease for which he was simply and successfully paced transvenously in VVI mode.
Sharrock R - - 1989
A case of Pseudologia Fantastica is presented in a man charged with murder. Psychological assessment revealed him to be highly compliant and suggestible, consistent with early research (Healy and Healy, 1915) which showed pathological liars to be suggestible to misleading information. A specific dyslexic disorder is also demonstrated, and the ...
Goldschmiedt M - - 1989
Achalasia secondary to malignancy is rare, with most cases associated with gastric adenocarcinoma of the gastroesophageal junction. This report describes the clinicopathologic features of a 64-year-old man found to have mesothelioma as the cause of secondary achalasia. To our knowledge, this is the first case of secondary achalasia produced by ...
Selassie F G - - 1989
A thirty year-old man with angio-immunoblastic lymphadenopathy (AILD) is presented. This is the first case recorded from Ethiopia, and few have been reported elsewhere in Africa. The patient presented with generalized lymphadenopathy, fever, weight loss, pruritus, skin rashes, anaemia, hepatomegaly and pulmonary infiltrates. Lymph node histology was typical of AILD. ...
Morimoto S S - - 1988
Pterygium inversum unguis is a nail abnormality in which the distal aspect of the nail bed/hyponychium is adherent to the ventral surface of the nail plate, resulting in obliteration of the distal groove. We present a 50-year-old man who developed this abnormality on his right fingers and toes after a ...
Hoffman M S - - 1988
Although hepatic involvement is common in all forms of amyloidosis, jaundice is infrequent and usually mild. We report a case of a 74-yr-old man with severe intrahepatic cholestasis and hepatic amyloid. The topography of amyloid deposition was unusual, in that deposits were confined predominantly to the portal tract. They appeared ...
Featherstone T - - 1988
A young man presented with swelling of his right arm and engorgement of the superficial veins over the shoulder. Bilateral upper limb venography was performed and confirmed the presence of thrombus in the right subclavian vein. Deep venous thrombosis (DVT) of the upper extremity is an unusual thrombotic event with ...
Graham C M - - 1988
The case of a 33-year-old man with probable indomethacin retinopathy is presented. The relevant literature is reviewed and the differences between our case and those previously reported are noted. Our patient appears to have suffered severe and irreversible ocular damage due to the very high dose of indomethacin ingested over ...
Dilsaver S C - - 1988
Hyperactivity of muscarinic mechanisms may be involved in the patho-physiology of depressive disorders and stress. The literature emphasizes the impact of stress on aminergic networks and muscarinic mechanisms are generally not accorded a significant role in the neurobiology of stress. However, experiments in man and animals indicate that acute and ...
MacKenzie J M - - 1987
Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma has been described as a distinct clinicopathological entity with a relatively favourable prognosis. However, tumours closely resembling this entity have been shown to have the potential for aggressive behaviour, and to represent, on closer scrutiny, a number of disparate neoplasms. A case is described which, although otherwise typical ...
Baird J K - - 1987
A nodule removed from the cecum of a 25-year-old Zairian man contained a degenerated adult nematode. The surrounding tissue contained larvae and eggs in various stages of cleavage. Eggs and larvae were indistinguishable from those of Angiostrongylus costaricensis. These morphological features are described. The diameter and cuticle, and the anatomic ...
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