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Oda L S - - 1977
This study was carried out to verify the morphology of the spina mentalis. We observed 275 human adult mandibles of both sexes and ethnic groups. An analysis of the results allows the following conclusions: 1. The spina mentalis exists in 90.04% +/- 1.8 of the mandibles of Whites and Negroes; ...
Wang P N - - 1977
Filling a catheter with electrolyte solution converts it to a conductor and allows the safe recording of an electrogram from near or within the right atrium. This technic is very useful in localizing the internal position of a cardiac catheter and particularly in rhythm analysis. Four cases are presented to ...
Pearn J H - - 1977
An analysis of a consecutive series of 66 swimming pool immersion accidents is presented; 74% of these occurred in in-ground swimming pools. The estimated accident rate per pool is five times greater for in-ground pools compared with above-ground pools, where pools are inadequately fenced. Backyard swimming pools account for 74% ...
Kramer Y - - 1977
There are no published reports of a case of work compulsion. Such a case is described. The patient's history, the course of his analysis, and metapsychological formulations concerning the unconscious and complex meaning of work for this patient are presented. The case is discussed in relation to the relevant literature.
McCarthy R W - - 1976
We report a case of 'black cornea" secondary to topical epinephrine therapy and present the biochemical analysis of the lesion. The formed pigment is a melanin and not the intermediate substance, adrenochrome, as has been previously reported. The pathogenesis of melanin deposition is reviewed and a hypothesis of epinephrine-melanin binding ...
Maar K - - 1976
A report is presented on experience with 118 pyeloplasties using indwelling and transrenal splints. Detailed analysis of infections with both splint modifications has confirmed that better long-term results are achieved with internal drainage, due to the absence of potential contamination between splint and renal parenchyma which exists with external drainage.
Farber M - - 1976
A retrospective analysis of the clinical data from 40 patients with amenorrhea has enabled us to reach useful generalizations applicable to the management of this problem. Chromosome studies when puberty is delayed and a thorough pelvic examination when menarche fails to appear at the proper time relative to the sequence ...
Grossman W I - - 1976
Two phases of penis envy are considered. The first regularly occurs early in development and is registered as a narcissistic injury which can be resolved under optimal conditions and can contribute to female psychosexual development. If, however, it is not favorably resolved or, even more significantly, if the basic character ...
Hilding S - - 1976
Low back pain is a common cause of inability to work. At the Rehabilitation Centre of the Uppsala County Council an annual number of more than 100 patients with this condition undergo an investigation aimed at evaluating their capacity for work and their need for rehabilitation. By compiling and analysing ...
O'Duffy J D - - 1975
Retrospective analysis of newly diagnosed gout cases seen at the Mayo Clinic from 1949 through 1972 shows a progressive decline in tophaceous gout, from 14% to 3%. Gout diagnoses remained stable in a range of 1.5 to 2.2/1,000 patients seen.
Salah S - - 1975
Based on an unselected material forty-seven cases of intraspinal neurinomas treated in a period of seven years, this report presents a comprehensive, clinical and statistical analysis. Divergences from the literature in respect of case history, distribution and frequency are pointed out. Attention is paid to the difficulties of early diagnosis. ...
Dunn R P - - 1975
A report of a case of chylous pericardium and a review of previously reported cases are given. The specific diagnosis can be made with pericardiocentesis and analysis of the fluid which is milky in appearance and contains fat droplets microscopically. Thoracic duct obstruction with failure of adequate collateral drainage and ...
Spruit D - - 1975
A case history of three offset printers and the atomic absorption analysis of their contact materials is described. Though the factory direction and personnel felt strongly about cooperating in order to combat the disease, it became apparent that the prescribed measures had not been effectively carried out. The chemical analysis ...
Namihisa T - - 1975
Four cases revealed high retention of ICG test and normal retention of BSP test were reported. The results of liver function test of these cases showed within normal limit except ICG retention. ICG disappearance rate ranged from 0.017 to 0.025, whereas BSP disappearance rate ranged from 0.069 to 0.126. The ...
Waring P M - - 1990
The subject described in this case report, a movie projectionist, had approximately 25 years of occupational exposure to carbon arc lamp fumes. The carbon arc deposits were visible in histological sections as small granules within macrophages of the tracheobronchial lymph nodes and hepatic Kupffer's cells. Electron microprobe analysis by energy ...
Barrett S - - 1985
Hair samples from two healthy teenagers were sent under assumed names to 13 commercial laboratories performing multimineral hair analysis. The reported levels of most minerals varied considerably between identical samples sent to the same laboratory and from laboratory to laboratory. The laboratories also disagreed about what was "normal" or "usual" ...
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