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Hernandez E - - 1980
Endometrial adenocarcinoma and adenomyosis are both common problems arising in the uterus. Interestingly, there are few reports of the combination of these two pathologic entities. A recent experience with eight cases found in the files of the Gynecologic Pathology Laboratory at The Johns Hopkins Hospital between the years 1955 and ...
Chervenak F A - - 1980
The subject of massive edema of the ovary is reviewed in detail. Two new cases are reported. One is the first case of massive ovarian edema to occur during pregnancy. In addition, all cases from the world literature since the original description in 1969 are reviewed. Background information, clinical signs ...
Shedlofsky S - - 1980
Noncirrhotic nodular lesions of the liver are difficult to classify since the etiologies ofmost are unknown. Presented here is the case of a 21-yr-old man with portal hypertension and bleeding esophageal varices in which the gross and microscopic pathological findings have the features of two rare hepatic conditions, partial nodular ...
Hadfield M G - - 1980
The pathologic changes in a rare case of mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) type IIIB or Sanfilippo's syndrome B (absence of alpha-N-acetylglucosaminidase) are presented, along with the biochemical findings. Comparisons were made with other reported cases of MPS III subtypes and related storage disorders in terms of clinical, light microscopic, electron microscopic, and ...
Milano C T - - 1980
The case of a 31-year-old Jamaican woman with mixed phakomatosis is presented whose main complaint, bringing her to medical attention, was intractable vaginal bleeding. A previously undescribed form of uterine pathology, including hypertrophic varicose channels within the endometrium, represented the underlying cause for the patient's bleeding. The histological picture was ...
Yamagiwa H - - 1979
Thirty-two cases of juvenile polyp were investigated for the clinical and pathological findings. This type polyps occured frequently in the first decade with male predominance. Melena and bloody stool were found in all cases, prolapse of the polyps in 28%, and spontaneous amputation in 9.4%. The duration of symptoms were ...
Aglietti P - - 1979
The authors adopted four parameters in a study of 100 normal subjects and fifty patients affected by "chondromalacia" or by recurrent subluxation of the patella. These were: the quadriceps angle, the ratio between the length of the patellar tendon and the length of the patella, the femoral sulcus angle, and ...
Gilpin D C - - 1979
The literature on the psychodynamics and treatment of transsexualism indicates a pathological mother-son relationship, yet uniformly recommends a male therapist. A case of a six-year-old boy with transsexual symptoms treated by a female therapist is presented, and there is a discussion of the theory and implications arising from the case.
Vaughn P B - - 1979
Sixty-two cases of pathologic fractures occurring in 53 patients treated at Scott and White Memorial Hospital from 1966 to 1976 are reviewed and analyzed with regard to type of neoplastic lesion, location, mode of therapy initiated, functional stability of therapy selected, and average length of survival after orthopedic procedure. Pertinent ...
Tervoort B T - - 1979
Despite the recent report of Goldstein et al. (1975) on pure word deafness in an adult, it still seems worthwhile to study the case of cortical deafness in a child, not only because we believe this to be one of the very few cases duly reported upon, but also because ...
Nogales-Ortiz F - - 1979
The pathology of 1436 cases of female genital tuberculosis (FGTB) observed from 1946 to 1977 is reviewed. The frequency of FGTB was highest in 1956, when it represented 5.5% of all gynecologic pathology specimens. The incidence declined in 1964 as a result of a nationwide antituberculosis campaign, falling to 0.27% ...
Peyster R - - 1979
Galactography is a quick effective means of evaluating nipple discharge. It is especially indicated when the effluent is bloody. A description of the procedure is discussed. The radiographic findings in both normal and abnormal studies are presented. Abnormal findings include filling defects, duct cut-off, duct encasement, extravasation, and duct ectasia. ...
Irey N S - - 1978
Pathologic studies of women with fatal cerebrovascular disease who have received oral contraceptives are infrequently found in the literature. Three cases of this type are reported here. The pathologic findings included an intrinsic vascular lesion in the form of intimal hyperplasia with and without associated thrombosis, found in arteries supplying ...
Pinta E R - - 1978
Pathological tolerance is a symptom that occurs in a stable triadic relationship with certain characteristics, including the sharing of a sexual partner. The term refers to inappropriate acceptance of the triangular relationship by the member of the primary dyad who is of the same sex as the "triadic addition." The ...
Oxenhandler D C - - 1978
A retrospective series reviewing 28 cases of optic glioma in childhood is reported from the Columbus Children's Hospital. The literature is reviewed from a clinical and pathological standpoint; in the pathological literature there is support for consideration of these lesions as a neoplastic entity, but none for designation of these ...
Bruni J - - 1977
The clinico-pathological features of five patients with vascular amyloid restricted to the central nervous system are presented. In three normotensive patients, intracerebral hemorrhage was the dramatic manifestation of amyloid angiopathy. In two other cases, one of amyloid in an arteriovenous malformation, the other of amyloid following therapeutic radiation, amyloid deposition ...
Edwards M B - - 1977
Scleroma (rhinoscleroma), a chronic granulomatous disease of the upper respiratory tract, is endemic within a confined distribution of geographic foci. Sporadic cases and those arising in poorly defined foci may be unexpected and difficult to diagnose. Three cases from a maxillo-facial unit in northern Nigeria are described, of which two ...
Dennyson W G - - 1977
Seven patients with macrodactyly in the foot are reported. None showed any stigmata of neurofibromatosis and all were found to have excessive accumulation of fibro-fatty tissue as the most striking pathological feature. It is suggested that this may represent the basic lesion in this condition. The literature is reviewed and ...
Bland van den Berg P - - 1977
The clinical, clinical pathological and pathological findings in ten natural and two experimental cases of feline infectious peritonitis are described. The literature is reviewed and compared with the findings of these cases. It is concluded that feline infectious peritonitis occurs as a distinct clinical disease entity in domestic cats in ...
Belai A A - - 1977
The heads of ten white mice experimentally infested by bilharziasis were processed to examine the nasal and paranasal cavities. Five normal littermates served as controls. The incidence of pathology in these cavities was exceptionally high in the diseased group (100 per cent). Lymphoid hyperplasia was noticed in many cases while ...
Saffos R O - - 1977
A case of perforated unilateral salpingitis in which Enterobius vermicularis ova were identified in the inflammatory process is reported. Arguments for considering the parasite to be of etiologic significance in the production of the pathologic changes and clinical symptoms are presented. The infrequent occurrence of symptoms associated with ectopic localization ...
Usher S M - - 1977
Retroperitoneal fibrosis may occur secondary to metastatic neoplasm and may simulate the features of the idiopathic variety. A case of retroperitoneal fibrosis due to gastric carcinoma is presented and the historical, physical, cystoscopic, urographic, operative, and pathologic similarities to the idiopathic form discussed. Generous biopsy of retroperitoneal plaques and careful ...
Luper William E. - - 1977
A case of primary angiosarcoma arising in the right atrium is described. The clinical, pathological, therapeutic and prognostic features are discussed. A review of the literature reveals 52 cases to date, including the present case.
Rosen I J - - 1977
A description of the life cycle of the tropical botfly, Dermatobia hominis, is presented. The entomology of this parasite is discussed along with the pathologic manifestations of human infestation and a description of the various modes of treatment. A recent case of multiple botfly infestation in a young man during ...
Morantz R A - - 1976
The authors review the clinical and pathological features of 24 patients with gliosarcoma. The study revealed the following findings. Gliosarcoma occurs more frequently than is indicated in the literature, and in our series was present in 8% of all cases of glioblastoma multiforme. The presenting features are not significantly different ...
Sima A - - 1976
A report on a liposarcoma in the meninges of a 70-year-old woman is presented. Pre-operative clinical and angiographic findings indicated that the tumour might be a meningeoma. Pathological examination revealed a predominantly lipoma-like, well-differentiated liposarcoma with round-cell and pleomorphic areas. The angiographic and pathological differential diagnosis are discussed.
Inoue T - - 1976
An autopsy report of a 76 years old Japanese male, who had suffered from gamma- HCD, was presented. This is the fifth case of gamma-HCD in Japan and this communication is the first autopsy report made on gamma-HCD in our country. The primary pathological alteration of this disorder is a ...
Bhagavan B S - - 1976
Central pontine myelinolysis (CPM) is a rare, acute, and uniformly fatal demyelinative process that involves the pons almost exclusively. Three cases diagnosed at autopsy illustrate the characteristic clinical course and pathologic features of CPM. A unique extrapontine location of a similar process is noted in the medulla of a 6-year-old ...
Champy M - - 1976
Thermography was applied in the pathology of the parotid area in order to see if it is able to complement the clinical examination. The authors present their experience on 17 cases. They could be classed in 3 groups: lesions with normal thermography or non significant modifications, lesions with hypothermia, lesions ...
Baarsma G S - - 1976
The rare pathological condition of serpiginous choroiditis is discussed on the basis of four observations. The authors discuss the different views advanced in the literature in regard to the aetiology. They advance arguments in favor of an inflammatory pathogenesis. The problems of the differential diagnosis are also considered in some ...
Schujman E - - 1976
A case of cortriatriatum, which is not included in three types of Loeffler's classification, is reported, and a complete description of the anatomy and pathology of the case is given. A successful surgical repair of this malformation is possible; therefore the importance of its recognition is emphasized. The clinical manifestations ...
Hovstad L - - 1976
Pneumoencephalography was carried out in 23 patients with various muscular disorders, i.e. spinal neurogenic atrophy, classified as Wohlfart-Kugelberg-Welander's and Charcot-Marie-Tooth's diseases, and muscular dystrophy. EEG-registrations and psychological testing were carried out. Pneumoencephalography revealed ventricular enlargement and cortical changes in 17 out of 23 cases. Changes were found in all three ...
Baer J W - - 1976
Four patients with gastrointestinal bleeding due to vascular malformations of the cecum are described with emphasis placed on the clinical, angiographic and pathologic features. Barium enema examinations were negative in all four cases and in three of four early venous filling identified the cecal vascular malformation. Postoperative angiographic studies of ...
Svend-Hansen H - - 1976
A review of 158 consecutive nephrectomies is presented. The pathological findings are listed and compared to other author's findings. In the present series a very low rate of nephrectomy necessitated by stone and infection is noted. Surprisingly, 14 normal kidneys were removed. The specific diagnostic problems in each case are ...
Chia B L - - 1975
The incidence of aortic incompetence complicating ventricular septal defect has been estimated as varying from 2-5% (Glasser et alii, 1972) to 5% (Nadas et alii, 1964). Although numerous publications have appeared describing the clinical, pathological and surgical aspects of this syndrome in different parts of the world, documentation of its ...
Machanic B I - - 1975
A 5-6/12 year old male child who was noted to have neurological impairment at birth, eventually died with widespread neurological disease. Pathological findings were compatible with adreno-leukodystrophy, but also showed microphthalmia and diffuse organ hypoplasia. A review of the clinical and pathological characteristics of adreno-leukodystrophy of previous cases and the ...
Townsend J J - - 1975
The clinical and pathologic findings in three cases of unilateral megalencephaly, showing a spectrum of mild to severe involvement, are presented. The first case demonstrated an increase in neuronal size and mild gliosis and is contrasted with the second and third cases, which showed a progressive enlargement and bizarre appearance ...
Barnard R O - - 1971
A case of hypothyroidism with ataxia is described. At necropsy there were degenerative changes in the cerebellum, particularly in the anterosuperior portion of the vermis, together with atrophy of ventral portion of the pons, transverse pontine fibres, and middle and superior peduncles. The relationship between ataxia and pathological findings in ...
TIBBLES J A - - 1964
Subacute inclusion encephalitis has been reported most frequently from Western Europe; only 16 cases have been described in North America. During the past eight years the authors have encountered 14 cases in the Toronto area, and histological confirmation has been obtained in seven of these.The disease most often presents as ...
MIYAKE M - - 1964
In his review of pathological studies on Japanese encephalitis conducted in Japan over the past 40 years, the author first discusses the findings obtained from post-mortem examinations of persons who had died of the disease, and, secondly, summarizes experimental research carried out on monkeys, horses and mice. He stresses that, ...
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