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Kulish Nancy - - 2003
This paper represents an attempt toward reconciling contemporary changes in psychoanalytic understandings of female development, particularly in respect to separation issues, with their clinical applications to female patients. Psychoanalytic thinking typically has categorized separation conflicts as pre-oedipal, but the authors suggest that these are an integral part of the triangular ...
Saravanamuthu Jamna - - 2003
OBJECTIVES: We compared microvessel density (MVD) in normal, benign, preneoplastic, and neoplastic (squamous cell carcinoma (SCC)) vulvar disease to ascertain if this parameter could identify cases with lichen sclerosus (LS) and high-grade vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN3) at risk of developing malignancy. METHODS: Microvessels were immunohistochemically stained in paraffin wax-embedded vulvar ...
Modeo Letizia - - 2003
We combined behavioral, morphological (live, stained, scanning and transmission electron-microscope), and molecular data to redescribe two common, intertidal oligotrich ciliates, Novistrombidium testaceum and Strombidium inclinatum. Both species were collected from a rocky shore near Leghorn, Ligurian Sea. A literature review revealed four morphotypes of Novistrombidium testaceum that differ in subtle ...
Kato Hiroya - - 2003
Cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis (CTX) is a rare autosomal recessive lipid-storage disorder characterised by xanthomas, neurological dysfunctions and premature atherosclerosis. A case of a well differentiated adenocarcinoma of the gallbladder occurring in a 57-year-old Japanese man with CTX, confirmed clinically, biochemically and at autopsy is reported together with analyses of the sterol ...
West Tristram O - - 2003
A number of countries are considering implementation of reporting requirements for greenhouse gases. Some reporting systems have been proposed that would require each entity or facility exceeding an annual emissions threshold to report their emissions to a governmental agency. The analysis presented here provides a first approximation of the number ...
Berman Emanuel - - 2003
Two sides in Freud's attitude towards literature and art are presented: Freud the sensitive listener, whose interest in art is a potential springboard for a rich interdisciplinary dialogue; and Freud the conquistador, whose wish for power in 'invaded' territories is related to troublesome aspects of 'pathography' and 'applied analysis'. The ...
Bakic Predrag R - - 2003
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES: The poor specificity of galactography, the imaging modality generally indicated in cases of nipple discharge, has led to a large number of biopsies with negative results. A quantitative scheme for classifying galactographic findings might help reduce the number of such biopsies in the future. As a first ...
Harris Christine R - - 2003
The specific innate modular theory of jealousy hypothesizes that natural selection shaped sexual jealousy as a mechanism to prevent cuckoldry, and emotional jealousy as a mechanism to prevent resource loss. Therefore, men should be primarily jealous over a mate's sexual infidelity and women over a mate's emotional infidelity. Five lines ...
Lloyd Mark Sheldon - - 2003
Eccrine porocarcinoma is a rare form of skin cancer that is often confused with other types of skin malignancy. The present paper highlights a typical case to remind plastic surgeons of the natural history, pathological findings and current literature on the management of this cancer.
Gross Susan T - - 2002
Psilocyn and psilocybin can be identified in different stages of developing psilocybe mushrooms. Knowing the various stages of the mushroom development can be useful when receiving evidence from illicit mushroom growing operations. Exhibits from three separate cases were submitted to the drug analysis section of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal ...
Sprock June - - 2002
Two national samples of psychologists (n = 92, n = 89) rated personality disorder cases using either the five factors (domains) or the 30 facets of the five-factor model (FFM) to examine reliability and clinical utility of the model when used as a diagnostic tool. The cases were prototypic and ...
Baskett Roger J F - - 2002
BACKGROUND: The impact of surgical training on patient outcomes in cardiac surgery is unknown. METHODS: All cases performed by residents from 1998 to 2001 were compared to staff surgeon cases using prospectively collected data. Operative mortality and a composite morbidity of: reoperation for bleeding perioperative myocardial infarction, infection, stroke, or ...
Barr Frederic G - - 2002
Previous studies of the PAX3-FKHR and PAX7-FKHR gene fusions in alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma (ARMS) indicated that the corresponding fusiontranscripts are not detectable in 20% of ARMS cases. To investigate the genetic features of this ARMS subset, we identified 23 ARMS cases in which PAX3-FKHR and PAX7-FKHR transcripts were not detected by ...
Randolph-Habecker Julie - - 2002
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) has long been associated with myelosuppression. Evidence for this association has been provided from in vitro studies, statistical analysis of clinical studies, informative case reports, and murine models. Reports differ as to how CMV mediates myelosuppression. Some data indicate direct infection of hematopoietic progenitors and their progeny, others ...
Kawaguchi Ken-ichi - - 2002
Some investigators have reported that the histological features of osteosarcoma (OS) arising in elderly patients are different from those in younger patients; however, a molecular biologic study of OS in elderly patients has not been documented. In this study, 23 cases of OS (15 osteoblastic and 8 MFH-like types) and ...
Hoelscher Diane C - - 2002
Early recognition is fundamental to managing conflict. Successful leaders rely upon their ability to recognize conflict before it escalates into crisis. This article reviews the signs and sources of conflict along with related management theories. Conflict management includes understanding the sources and types of conflict as well as the impact ...
Jena S - - 2002
Twelve patients of silent neuropathy attending the OPD of Skin and VD, VSS Medical College Hospital during 1996-1998 were taken for study. On clinical analysis 5 cases were present as silent neuropathy, 4 cases during MDT and 3 cases after completion of MDT Seventy percent of cases showed good response ...
Takayama Y - - 2002
We present two cases of hepatic angiomyolipoma. Histologic analysis showed that mature adipose tissue occupied 79.0% of the area on the largest cut surface in the first case and 40.2% in the second case. We suggest that the difference in the ratio of adipose tissue volume to its distribution is ...
Lin Wen - - 2002
By using the method of clonal analysis the evidence to prove that Hemophagocytic syndrome (HPS) is reactive or malignant was investigated to probe into the pathogenesis of HPS and its relations with clinical prognosis. The macrophages abnormally proliferated in bone marrow were isolated. Electrophoresis analysis was made after DNA extraction, ...
Lewis Steven - - 2002
The Mazankowski Report is ingenious in design. It is in fact a report in three movements. It begins with a well-modulated analysis of internal reforms needed to improve the system, generally harmonious with the prescriptions of other national and provincial reports. Its financial analyses are composed in a more ominous ...
Krupinski Elizabeth - - 2002
The goal of this study was to determine whether teledermatology referrals differ significantly from in-person referrals with respect to case complexity and diagnosis of cases referred. Teledermatology cases were compared to in-person cases seen by the same university dermatologist who also reviews the teledermatology cases. These were also compared with ...
Bachs L - - 2001
We report six cases of possible acute cardiovascular death in young adults, where very recent cannabis ingestion was documented by the presence of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in postmortem blood samples. A broad toxicological blood analysis could not reveal other drugs. Similar cases have been reported in the literature, but the toxicological ...
Arheart K L - - 2001
Thirty-two certified diplomates of the American Board of Forensic odontology (ABFO) participated in a study of the accuracy of bitemark analysis. Examiner experience as board-certified odontologists ranged from 2 to 22 years. Examiners were given sets of photographs (a cast in 1 case) of 4 bitemark cases and asked to ...
Srinivasan J - - 2001
We report our experience with severe digital deformities caused by prolonged finger sucking. Our analysis of nine patients demonstrated that the deformity was mainly located in the proximal and middle phalanges of the affected digit(s). We have reviewed the literature, enumerated the common patterns of "finger sucking" and explained the ...
Marien P - - 2001
In contrast to the estimated low incidence of crossed aphasia in dextral adults (among 1%), crossed aphasia in children has been considered a common finding for almost a century. However, reviewing the literature on crossed aphasia in dextrals (CAD) and its related topics from 1975 onward, we encountered only 5 ...
Romano J A JA - - 2001
This symposium addresses the complications encountered by medical planners when confronted by the use or threat of the use of weapons of mass destruction. The types of chemical warfare agents (CWA), their principal target organs, and physiological effects are discussed. We have reviewed the use of CWA in 20th century ...
Moreira E D ED - - 2001
Results of subgroup analysis (SA) reported in randomized clinical trials (RCT) cannot be adequately interpreted without information about the methods used in the study design and the data analysis. Our aim was to show how often inaccurate or incomplete reports occur. First, we selected eight methodological aspects of SA on ...
Castelnuovo P - - 2001
Endoscopic repair of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) rhinorrhea is becoming a common procedure. The purpose of this study was to perform a literature analysis centering cases of treatment failure and to review our 31 cases with a 1-year minimum follow-up. An extensive search of the literature was conducted, which focused on ...
Bourel B - - 2001
To study the potential use of insects remains as toxicological indicators, we measured morphine in desiccated entomological materials using a radioimmunoassay method (Coat-A-Count Serum Morphine, Dade Behring, France) following enzymatic hydrolysis.First, enzymatic cuticle extraction of morphine (pronase digestion preceded by a 2h incubation with a dithiothreitol solution) was performed on ...
Nikitakis N G - - 2001
Although liposarcoma is one of the most common soft tissue sarcomas, its location in the oral cavity is very rare. To our knowledge, only 43 cases of liposarcoma originating in the oral tissues have been reported in the English-language literature. In this article, we report a case of well-differentiated liposarcoma ...
Momoi H - - 2001
BACKGROUND/AIMS: Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma (ICC) arises from intrahepatic bile duct epithelium and is the second most prevalent among primary liver cancers. The aim of this study was to clarify the mechanism of cholangiocarcinogenesis. METHODS: We studied the incidence of microsatellite instability (MSI) involving eight highly polymorphic microsatellite markers and alternations of ...
Langerak A W - - 2001
AIMS: To investigate whether the analysis of immunoglobulin (Ig)/T cell receptor (TCR) rearrangements is useful in the diagnosis of lymphoproliferative disorders. METHODS: In a series of 107 consecutive cases with initial suspicion of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL), Southern blot (SB) analysis of Ig/TCR rearrangements was performed. RESULTS: In 98 of 100 ...
Rawdon T G - - 2001
A case of juvenile nephropathy is reported in a 16-week-old Samoyed bitch. Clinical, laboratory and gross postmortem findings followed by histological analysis of kidney, liver and cerebrum and transmission electron microscopy of renal tissue are described. The histological and ultrastructural findings are similar to those found in a line of ...
Curry J L - - 2001
Cellular angiofibroma (CAF) is a recently described rare soft tissue neoplasm of the vulva (with only four reported cases) that typically occurs as a well-circumscribed solid rubbery vulvar mass in middle-aged women. The distinct histologic features of bland spindle cells admixed with numerous hyalinized medium to small blood vessels, and ...
Bilezikçi B - - 2001
Biliary atresia is defined as partial or total obliteration of the extra-hepatic bile ducts. In advanced cases, liver transplantation (LTx) is considered the most appropriate treatment. This report describes a female patient whose biliary atresia and subsequent cirrhosis required LTx at 1 yr of age. Macroscopic inspection of the hilar ...
Yamadori A - - 2001
Two cases of isolated retrograde amnesia were reported. Both showed the same clinical pattern in development and resolution of amnesia despite of different etiologies. Sudden insult to the brain (trauma in Case 1 and viral encephalitis in Case 2) caused concurrent antero- and retrograde amnesia. Fortunately both recovered from the ...
Jackson A C - - 2001
The aim of this study was to identify the functions performed by social workers specifically engaged in paediatric discharge planning by undertaking a detailed analysis of discharge planning practice in forty cases referred to a specialist discharge planning team, at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melborne. A second aim was to ...
King D W - - 2000
There has been recent concern about the degree to which posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptomatology influences reports of prior exposure to highly stressful life events. In this longitudinal study of 2,942 male and female Gulf War veterans, the authors documented change in stressor reporting across 2 occasions and the association ...
Cuthbert G - - 2000
Fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) detection of MLL translocations is now commonplace in cytogenetics laboratories. One of the most widely used probes is the Oncor MLL probe (Oncor, Gaithersburg, MD) that theoretically demonstrates the presence of an MLL rearrangement by a splitting of the FISH signal between the two derivative ...
ANNE WARREN
In the thirty years since the last comprehensive review of the Brachyopidae many new brachyopid genera have been described and several different phylogenies proposed. This paper provides revised diagnoses of the Brachyopidae, their sister taxon, the Chigutisauridae, and the Brachyopoidea, erects a new higher taxon, Brachyopomorpha to include stem brachyopoids, ...
Qari M S - - 2000
BACKGROUND: Hypopigmented mycosis fungoides is a rare variant of mycosis fungoides (MF) that usually has a predilection for young individuals with dark complexion. OBJECTIVE: The aim is to describe new cases of hypopigmented MF with confirmed T-cell receptor gene rearrangement analysis. METHODS: This article includes case reports and a literature ...
Morris K T - - 2000
BACKGROUND: Mammographic abnormalities found to be malignant by stereotactic biopsy still require a wire-guided biopsy (WGB) in most cases. We have previously described a simplified method of WGB that allows the procedure to be done with a minimum of dissection and under local anesthesia in the office setting. We hypothesized ...
Yagi K I - - 2000
Worldwide malignant melanoma is the commonest tumor of the skin, though it occurs in many other organs. It is a serious disease, the prognosis of which is poor if not detected and treated early. The disease is on the increase in many countries e.g. USA,1 England and Wales,2 Australia,3 and ...
Gorman J D - - 2000
This report describes the case of a patient with multicentric reticulohistiocytosis. Immunohistochemical analysis revealed prominent markers of monocyte/macrophage origin, as well as the presence of tumor necrosis factor alpha, interleukin-1beta (IL-1beta), and IL-12; the occurrence of the latter in this disease has not previously been reported. Clinical, laboratory, radiographic, and ...
Borgan O - - 2000
A variant of the case-cohort design is proposed for the situation in which a correlate of the exposure (or prognostic factor) of interest is available for all cohort members, and exposure information is to be collected for a case-cohort sample. The cohort is stratified according to the correlate, and the ...
Ahn M S MS Division of Facial Plastic Surgery at the University of California at San Francisco, - - 2000
The objective of this study was to determine whether brow elevation occurs as a result of paralysis of brow depressors after botulinum toxin A injection. The study's design was a prospective case series with pretreatment and posttreatment outcome evaluation with statistical analysis at a university-based division of facial plastic surgery ...
Yordanov N D - - 2000
We report on the possibility of identification by EPR spectroscopy of some irradiated cellulose-containing foodstuffs, at a relatively long time after the irradiation, when the characteristic EPR spectral lines of the cellulose free radical have essentially disappeared. In such cases rather expensive and time-consuming methods (e.g. thermoluminescence analysis) have to ...
Sparks J A - - 2000
This article examines the case history writings of Milton Erickson as literary texts. A deconstructive analysis reveals that the modernist assumption of therapist as magical healer disguises the role clients play in their own change. Hypothetically constructed case transcripts contrasted with excerpts from Erickson (see Rossi, 1980) illustrate how the ...
van der Maas A A - - 2000
Patient case analysis is an elementary and crucial process clinicians are confronted with daily. The importance and complexity is reflected in the need to discuss individual patient cases in clinicopathological conferences and the documentation of more than 70,000 patient cases in MEDLINE. This paper introduces DCGL, a technique to model ...
Craig K - - 2000
We report a case of gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) withdrawal resulting in severe agitation, mental status changes, elevated blood pressure, and tachycardia hours after stopping chronic use of GHB. The patient admitted to substantial GHB abuse on a daily basis for 2.5 years. Previous attempts at cessation reportedly resulted in diaphoresis, tremors, ...
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