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Lloyd M E - - 1990
This study investigated whether the gender of manuscript authors affected reviewers' editorial decisions. Female and male reviewers for five behavioral journals were asked to evaluate identical manuscripts according to their usual criteria. Half the manuscripts were supposedly written by men and half by women. Male reviewers did not evaluate male- ...
Barth F D - - 1990
Obsessive-compulsive neurosis has long intrigued psychoanalysts. Although they may disagree about the underlying etiological mechanisms, analysts generally agree that obsessive individuals are often difficult to engage in the psychoanalytic process and are therefore difficult to treat psychoanalytically. The author offers a selective integration of theoretical approaches to this disorder and ...
Mittal B V - - 1989
The clinico-pathological features of 15 patients with xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis (XGP) are described and the probable histogenesis is discussed. Based on our data and the review of literature, we believe that XGP should be regarded as a destructive and at times tumefactive inflammatory process that may complicate chronic pyelonephritis. The initiation ...
Sigman M - - 1989
The author focuses on the parallel process phenomenon as she observed it at hospital case conferences. She proposes hypotheses about the origins of the unconsciously determined repetitions in terms of the dynamics of each of three case illustrations. These origins likely reside equally in the shared experiences and defensive needs ...
Hume D - - 1989
The post-bad debt audit is the ideal time to review the policies and procedures that affect patient accounts. Review the Hill-Burton procedures if appropriate; review the manner in which accounts are processed for public assistance or welfare. Investigate unconfirmed third-party coverage and other areas of potential slippage. The bad debt ...
Sabacinski K A - - 1989
Necrotizing fasciitis can be a devastating infectious process when diagnosis and early aggressive therapy is delayed. The etiologic factors that may play a role in or affect this necrotizing infectious process are reviewed. An interesting case is presented of bilateral, lower extremity, necrotizing fasciitis in a patient with diabetes mellitus, ...
Yeruham I - - 1989
Heavy infestation of calves, lambs and kids with the cat flea Ctenocephalides felis felis (Bouché, 1835), accompanied by severe anaemia and mortality, is described. Lambs and kids were affected more severely than calves. Flea infestation was more widespread in summer and autumn than in winter and spring. The clinical findings ...
Stolorow D S - - 1989
We have presented the intensive treatment of a young woman whose chronic suicidality had resulted from a delusional merger with a brother who had died during her childhood. The case offered a particularly clear example of derailment of the developmental process of self-differentiation, leading to the formation of a highly ...
Roffe T J - - 1988
In May 1985, epizootic mortality was reported in common egrets (Casmerodius albus) on Avery Island, Louisiana. Subsequent investigation revealed that more than 400 birds died. Severe peritoneal nematodiasis (Eustrongylides sp.) was found on postmortem examination. A nearby breeding rookery on the same island was apparently unaffected. Reasons for this selective ...
Eling P - - 1987
In this article we present a case report of a patient, who had a peculiar pattern of language use following a stroke. The two most prominent features were language switches during spontaneous speech in the first months postonset, when the patient mixed English, German, and French words and utterances into ...
Isberg A - - 1987
Coronoid process locking has been regarded a rare condition. The literature reveals 59 reports each of one or two cases and an additional two papers reporting on four and six patients, respectively, the latter including hereditary cases. Coronoid process elongation tends to be overlooked when limitation of mouth-opening ability is ...
Arbree N S - - 1987
The dental literature has used a variety of terms to describe the distal buccal boundaries of the maxillae. The coronomaxillary space has been suggested as a more consistent descriptive term. It has been noted in the literature that this space narrows on mandibular opening. However, some authors recommend that overfilling ...
Rosen P - - 1987
A survey of the literature on activated proto-oncogenes shows that they are involved in the development of cancer but apparently not in the initiation process. The review of Klein and Klein comes to conclusions in opposition to the review of Duesberg. I favor the latter here. Active proto-oncogenes may be ...
Belza M G - - 1986
We have presented a case report of a 56-year-old Mongoloid female with clinical and pathologic evidence of Alzheimer's disease concurrent with cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) and intracerebral hemorrhage. Although this quartet of events might be expected to have coincided in a single patient, we believe this is the first reported ...
Taga I - - 1986
A rare injury of traumatic separation of the epiphysis of the coracoid process associated with Grade I acromioclavicular sprain occurred in a nine-year-old girl. The accident occurred when she was asleep. The mechanism of injury was unknown. Tenderness and mild swelling around the coracoid process were seen. The anteroposterior radiograph ...
Davison W T - - 1986
The concept of turning aggression on the self is studied, and some clinical vignettes are presented which demonstrate the use of this concept as a guide to the formation of an "ideal" for one kind of analytic intervention with one kind of analytic surface. Pertinent literature is reviewed, and assumptions ...
Thomas R J - - 1986
To evaluate a suspected association between an outbreak of acute respiratory illness and eosinophilia and employment as a rubber worker, we performed a retrospective review of medical records of rubber workers employed from September 1983 to July 1984 in a plant housing a thermoinjection process. Twenty-five workers met the case ...
Smith D B - - 1985
Cerebral amyloid angiography can cause ischemic stroke and transient ischemic attacks (TIA's), as illustrated by this case report and literature review. It is possible that the use of anticoagulant or platelet-antiaggregant drugs in elderly patients with TIA's but no angiographic abnormalities may increase the risk of hemorrhage from unsuspected amyloid ...
Kreutz R W - - 1985
Extracapsular temporomandibular bony ankylosis between the coronoid process and the base of the skull but not involving the zygomatic arch is very uncommon. We have presented such a case, which developed secondary to heterotopic bone formation following trauma. Treatment consisted of ostectomy between the sigmoid notch and the base of ...
Huang C Y - - 1985
Thirty nine cases of cerebellar infarct and haemorrhage were seen over a period of 3 years. Of these, 69% had no impairment of consciousness. Six cases had nystagmus and gait ataxia as their only abnormal signs. Small cerebellar strokes may present with only vertigo, unsteady gait, and unidirectional nystagmus, thus ...
Olesnicky L - - 1984
The presence of tubular microfibrils in the mesangium and capillary walls of the renal glomeruli is a rare occurrence that has been reported by others in different glomerular disease processes. The two cases presented in this report demonstrated such microfibrils in membranous glomerulonephropathy, an association previously described in only one ...
Elleder M - - 1984
A complex analysis of liver from a series of eight cases of Niemann-Pick disease type C showed practically generalized storage of glycolipids and phosphoglycerides by chemical and histochemical techniques. In six of the eight cases the storage process was of low degree, barely recognizable by routine histology, but well recognizable ...
Skinner J R - - 1984
Processed bovine pericardium is increasingly used as a pericardial substitute. It is allegedly nonreactive with epicardium, but adequate clinical data are lacking on this subject. A case report is presented wherein a dense epicardial reaction to processed bovine pericardium was found at reoperation. Histologic examination confirmed the presence of a ...
Perecman E - - 1984
The literature on language mixing in polyglot aphasics is reviewed and a case report of a patient with spontaneous translation is presented. A microgenetic model of language processing provides an interpretive framework for language mixing and spontaneous translation as symptoms of polyglot aphasia. It is suggested that language mixing reflects ...
Keirse M J - - 1984
Three cases of perinatal death, of which two needed to be included in and one excluded from national perinatal mortality statistics, were presented to 1004 specialist and trainee obstetricians in northern Belgium (ie, Flanders) and the Netherlands. Of the respondents (52%), 69% admitted that they would report none of the ...
Masuda M - - 1984
In 33 of 112 seborrheic keratoses reviewed histologically, a keratinization process was observed, which was identical with or showed marked similarity to, trichilemmal keratinization (TK). This type of keratinization took place more frequently in lesions which were pruritic and in those located on the extremities. Histologically, the change was observed ...
Weber P A - - 1984
We treated three patients (a 72-year-old man, a 68-year-old woman, and a 60-year-old man) with aphakic glaucoma with flat anterior chamber by administering laser burns to the ciliary processes (11 ciliary processes in one case, 27 in the second, and three in the third). There was some improvement in all ...
Herbel E S - - 1984
Integration of data processing, word processing, case report form design and production, and laser graphics in support of clinical research will be discussed. The software/hardware system supports case report form design and customized printing, study monitoring information management, investigator correspondence and other work processing, entry and preparation of study data ...
Minerbrook M - - 1983
An elderly woman with angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy with dysproteinemia (AILD) presented de novo with DIC in the absence of other etiologic causes for DIC. Complete reversal of the defibrination process occurred with vincristine, methyl-prednisolone, and heparin therapy. This case illustrates that defibrination can occur de novo in the presence of a ...
Fisher C M - - 1982
This paper contains an analysis of 135 cases in which numbness, either episodic or persistent, involved one side of the body. In most cases, the patients were candidates for the diagnosis of pure sensory stroke which is usually the result of an occlusive cerebrovascular lesion involving the thalamus. The cases ...
Westers B M - - 1982
A review of the literature was undertaken to determine the extent and nature of the repair of articular cartilage. While repair is normally limited, under appropriate conditions the repair process appears to be of clinical significance. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 1982;3(4):186-192.
Thomas R W - - 1981
A review of the literature describing the interaction of digoxin and spironolactone is presented. Two mechanisms of possible interaction are discussed. Spironolactone and its metabolites may interfere with digoxin radioimmunoassay or alter the pharmacokinetics of digoxin. The occurrence of either or both of these processes may make interpretation of serum ...
Bateman B G - - 1980
The use of oil-base contrast media for hysterosalpingography provides detailed imaging and the added information of a delayed film. Intravasation with possible embolization of oily media is often cited as a morbid complication. There are reports of significant morbidity associated with the use of high-viscosity oil media such as Lipiodol. ...
Brust J C - - 1980
Two aphasic right-handed professional musicians with left hemispheric lesions had disturbed musical function, especially musical alexia and agraphia. In Case 1 aphasia was of transcortical sensory type, with severe agraphia and decreased comprehension of written words, although she could match them with pictures. Except for reading and writing, musical ability ...
Carswell J - - 1979
The clinical and biochemical findings in a 35-year-old Black man with paroxysmal cold haemoglobinuria are presented. Particular attention is drawn to the possible triggers of the haemolytic process, and the treatment is briefly reviewed.
Ashworth C T - - 1979
This report describes the use of a word-processing micro-computer, the Lanier Text Editor, for preparation of surgical tissue reports. Gross and microscopic description formats are stored on floppy disks, which may easily be completed and edited on a cathode-ray tube (CRT) for rapid computerized printing. Also described is the use ...
Docherty J P - - 1978
On the basis of a review of the literature describing the process of schizophrenic illness, the authors conclude that schizophrenic psychosis is one stage in a process of psychological and biological breakdown that has a specific structure and a characteristic unfolding consisting of the sequential appearance of hierarchically ordered, distinguishable, ...
Collins G J GJ - - 1977
Disseminated intravascular coagulation is infrequently encountered in the practice of peripheral vascular surgery. Nonetheless, it has devastating and often fatal effects. In our series of eight cases, the mortality rate was 62.5 per cent. A better understanding of the basic disease process as prompted by this review, earlier diagnosis, and ...
Canoso J J - - 1977
Thirty cases of idiopathic olecranon bursitis were studied. Most had previous local trauma. The process was unilateral and often associated with nontender pitting edema in cases of short duration. Ten patients exhibited a bony spur at the olecranon process, and amorphous calcific deposits were seen in 6. The bursal fluid ...
Laha R K - - 1977
The supracondylar process of the humerus has been described by anatomists and anthropologists in man and lower animals. Infrequently this process may cause compression of the median nerve. We are presenting such a case along with a brief review of the literature. Excision of the bone process led to immediate ...
Michel R G - - 1977
Abnormal enlargement of one or both mandibular coronoid processes may lead to a limited mandibular excursion. A case of unilateral coronoid process exostosis severely limiting mandibular function is described. A review of the literature pertinent to this uncommon abnormality is presented. The various entities of coronoid process osteochondroma, osteoma, exostosis, ...
Rosenberg F R - - 1976
We review 107 consecutive cases of pemphigus. The mortality for pemphigus vulgaris and pemphigus vegetans was 46% between 1949 and 1959 and 24% between 1960 and 1970. The overall mortality for all types of pemphigus was 32%. In the corticosteroid era, complications of therapy were the most frequent causes of ...
Forbes N T - - 1976
A fatal case of heat stroke in a 21-year-old man with chronic schizophrenia is reported. Phenothiazine therapy is thought to have been a factor of major importance in the induction of this syndrome. These cases may become the responsibility of the medical examiner, and the importance of obtaining a complete ...
Eskenasy A - - 1976
Forty-eight cases of operated pseudotumoral chronic pneumonites were anatomoclinically and histogenetically studied. Two groups of cases can be established. The first one (21 cases), in which the histogenetic mechanism is related to previous bronchopulmonary infections, suppurations, and immune processes of the immediate type, is characterized by numerous granulocytic foci, granulomatous ...
Tyler T - - 1976
A 59 year old while female with striking carpal and tarsal osteolysis is reported. The process primarily involves the carpals and tarsals but includes other sites. The pertinent literature is reviewed and a simplified classification of idiopathic multicentric osteolysis is presented. Idiopathic multicentric osteolysis may be sporadic but can demonstrate ...
Protass J J - - 1975
Three cases demonstrating avulsion of the coracoid process from the scapula associated with acromioclavicular separation are presented. Two patients were adolescents and one a young adult, suggesting that the coracoid base epiphyseal plate in this age group may be weaker than the coracoclavicular ligaments. A cranially-angled view of the shoulder ...
Published in March 2005 by the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department (SEERAD), this document is the result of a two year strategic review process of inshore fisheries, undertaken by the Scottish Inshore Fisheries Advisory Group. The review discusses objectives, and outlines a management framework for inshore fisheries in ...
Liebmann George H GH - - 1966
Abstract Eric Berne, M.D.: Games People Play. Grove Press, New York, 1964. 192 pages. Price $5.00. Reviewed by Hugo G. Beigel Finkle, Alex M., Ph.D., M.D. and Prian, Dimitry F. Sexual Potency in Elderly Men before and after Prostatectomy. J.A.M.A., 196: 2, April, 1966. Reviewed by H. George Liebman Calvin ...
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These case reports are taken from the files of the State Department of Public Health which, together with the California Medical Association, now sponsors the statewide studies of all maternal mortalities. Selected cases are here presented from time to time as a matter of interest and illumination to all physicians ...
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These case reports are taken from the files of the State Department of Public Health which, together with the California Medical Association, now sponsors the statewide studies of all maternal mortalities. Selected cases are here presented from time to time as a matter of interest and illumination to all physicians ...
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