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Heiman M L - - 1976
An 18-year-old woman was evaluated for aching mid thoracid back pain of 4 years' duration. At 13 degrees left thoracic scoliosis was noted in association with a sclerotic process involving the inferior portion of the vertebral body of T7 and the superior margin of T8 across a well maintained disk ...
Herman M A - - 1976
A case of catamenial pneumothorax in a 34-year-old woman is presented. Typically recurrent, right-sided pneumothorax associated with menses occurs in a 30- to 40-year-old woman with endometriosis. The right-sided occurrence is attributed to the frequency of congenital perforations of the right hemidiaphragm. Aberrant endometrial tissue is thought to gain access ...
Soderberg C H - - 1976
Consistent clinical features of catamenial pneumothorax are its recurrent nature, repeated involvement of the right hemithorax, and a temporal relationship to the onset of menstruation. A personal case with endometrial implants and defects of the the diaphragm is presented. A review of the entire 41 cases reported in the literature ...
Geerdsen J - - 1976
Two cases of invagination of the Vermiform appendix associated with endometriosis are presented. Classification, incidence, etiology, symptomatology, diagnosis and treatment are discussed. The literature is reviewed in brief, and it is concluded that the possibility of invagination of the Vermiform appendix should be considered in obsure abdominal cases with recurrent ...
Wang-Norderud R - - 1976
The incidence of true osteoma in the mandibular condyloid process is extremely rare. An unusual case in a 35-year-old man with a classic picture of facial asymmetry is reported. Because of the microscopic similarity of benign osteogenic neoplasma and the hyperplastic overgrowths, the diagnosis of osteoma is sometimes difficult. We ...
Uohara J K - - 1975
Twelve cases of endometriosis of the vermiform appendix are discribed and reviewed. The incidence of 0.80 per cent is higher than has been previously reported. None of the patients displayed symptoms of acute appendicitis, however, five (42 per cent) patients had symptoms suggestive of chronic or cyclic appendicitis. Laboratory tests ...
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