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Suemitsu T - - 1979
A case of lipoma of the corpus callosum associated with subcutaneous lipoma, whose symptoms were headache and trembling of the extremities, was reported. Roentgenograms showed characteristic findings and computerized tomography revealed a mass of very low density. The literature was reviewed and 15 cases not included in previous compilations were ...
Månsson I - - 1978
The clinical and pathological-anatomical features of lipomas of the hypopharynx, based on a review of 23 cases presented in the literature and exemplified by a new case, are discussed. The tumour may be solitary or multiple and appears mostly in men over the age of forty. Although it may reach ...
Winther L K - - 1978
Teratomata of the cerebellopontine angle are rare. A case of a lipoma of this localization occurring in a 50-year-old man with an interesting case history is reported. The differential diagnosis of tumours of the internal auditory meatus and the surrounding structures is discussed. In cases with an uncharacteristic clinical history ...
Carlsen A - - 1978
Following a brief review of the literature, three characteristic case histories are reported in order to demonstrate the different appearances of lipomatosis. According to the survey, grouping into three main types is suggested: 1) Diffuse lipomatosis without any sharp demarcation from the surrounding soft tissue, and a tendency to recurrence; ...
Kinahan C C - - 1977
A fatal case of generalized tetanus in a 67-year-old man is presented. The incubation period following finger damage was short, and the diagnosis was confirmed by the isolation of Clostridium tetani. Subsequently, a partial surgical amputation of the infected finger during the clinically active stage of the disease did not ...
Friede R L - - 1977
Osteolipomas of the tuber cinereum traditionally have been classified as meningeal lipomas that are located at the tuber cinereum. Examination of two cases and a review of 22 others found in the literature show that these lesions exhibit a remarkable consistency in their size and in their location between the ...
Wallace D - - 1976
Lipoma of the corpus callosum is a rare congenital condition, often asymptomatic, but which may present as epilepsy, hemiplegia, dementia, or headaches. This paper reviews the condition and reports the only two cases which are known to the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London. The second case demonstrated ...
Moorefield W G WG - - 1976
A rare case of intramedullary lipoma involving the distal femur is presented and discussed in relation to previously reported cases. The 26 previously reported extracranial cases of this bone lesion are briefly reviewed. Emphasis is placed upon establishing a definitive pathologic diagnosis by open biopsy when one is dealing with ...
Signer R D - - 1976
A patient with a huge mesenteric lipoma is discussed. A review of the literature reveals that there are less than 30 reported cases and consequently this diagnosis is rarely made preoperatively. An upper gastrointestinal series with a small bowel follow-through and a mesenteric arteriogram may suggest this condition. Surgical excision ...
Smith M J - - 1976
The clinical features, active and passive immunization schedules, and an approach to management of established tetanus are reviewed and discussed. A case of localized tetanus is presented in which the patient's initial complaint was inability to open the mouth. Prompt diagnosis and treatment contributed to a large extent to the ...
Coulson A S - - 1976
A 45-year-old woman developed tetanus in a necrotic 5 Kg leiomyoma of the uterus; she was treated successfully by a combined surgical and anesthesiology team. A hysterectomy was performed despite the considerable controversy in the older publications. This literature was reviewed, and it was noted that there have been only ...
van Dellen J R - - 1976
A case of intraspinal lipoma is reported. The condition is discussed, the literature reviewed and the method of treatment described.
Eldevik O P - - 1976
Two cases of lipoma of the corpus callosum with aneurysmal dilatation of the pericallosal artery are reported. This appears to be a reliable sign of lipoma of the corpus callosum. Our cases and the literature reveal that 19 of 22 cases with illustrations of carotid angiography have demonstrated such an ...
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