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Nishida A - - 1990
Transient global amnesia (TGA) is a well-recognized clinical entity, but its pathophysiology and prognosis have remained arguable. We reported that a 63-year-old woman with scleroderma developed two TGA episodes. The patient sometimes suffered from headaches when Raynaud's phenomenon appeared in her fingers, but she did not experience further cerebrovascular events. ...
Ungvari G S - - 1990
The clinical picture of speech-prompt catatonia, one of the six catatonic subtypes in Leonhard's classification, is demonstrated by a case report. The Leonhardian catatonic subtypes offer a radically different way of approaching the problem of catatonia. The need for a reevaluation of Leonhard's intricate, clinically oriented system, rich in psychopathological ...
Kleinsasser O - - 1989
Since the first observations have been published by Macbeth in England 1965 adenocarcinomas of the nose arising after exposure to wood dust have been considered as occupational diseases in a number of countries. As many questions concerning epidemiology, clinical course and pathology are still open, the Industrial Insurance Institute for ...
Miceli G - - 1989
We describe the patterns of omissions (and substitutions) of freestanding grammatical morphemes and the patterns of substitutions of bound grammatical morphemes in 20 so-called agrammatic patients. Extreme variation was observed in the patterns of omissions and substitutions of grammatical morphemes, both in terms of the distribution of errors for different ...
Modly C E - - 1989
The clinical evaluation of alopecia is becoming less precise as more histopathologic correlations become available. According to the classic approach, the clinician should initially differentiate between scarring and nonscarring alopecia. Because several case reports in the past ten years have demonstrated that the definition of "scarring alopecia" is ambiguous, the ...
Baron D A - - 1988
The amobarbital interview has been in use for over 50 years. Its clinical indications have been primarily as an aid in determining a diagnosis and in conducting psychotherapy. This article presents an overview of the procedure along with a brief historic perspective. A case is presented which highlights its potential ...
Harper C G - - 1986
A recent necropsy study has shown that 80% of patients with the Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome were not diagnosed as such during life. Review of the clinical signs of these cases revealed that only 16% had the classical clinical triad and 19% had no documented clinical signs. The incidence of clinical signs ...
Golomb J - - 1985
Circular prolapse of the urethral mucosa in the elderly female is rarely reported in the literature, but is a common clinical entity. During the years 1972-1983 thirteen women with urethral prolapse were operated upon in our department, in all of whom differentiation of the benign lesion from malignancy could not ...
Meinert C L - - 1984
A 10% sample of English language papers, published in 1980, listed in Index Medicus, and classified under the heading, Clinical Trials, was used to assess the state of trials and reports from them. Tabulations are presented concerning the design of the trials represented by the papers in the sample. The ...
Morgan M A - - 1984
The laboratory diagnosis and therapeutic management of disseminated sporotrichosis can present many problems to the clinical laboratory and the clinician. Culturing of clinical specimens is necessary because the direct microscopic examination of specimens for Sporothrix schenckii often is not useful. Although this organism has been recovered from many specimen sites, ...
Bernd C L - - 1984
Clinical case report forms--from both a content and format point of view--play a key role in the successful completion of a clinical trial. However, as many of us are too well aware, the design of these forms are often given less attention than they should be in the rush to ...
Redman J F - - 1983
For the urologist, especially, a knowledge of the anatomy of the retroperitoneum is important. Anatomical and surgical texts frequently do not describe the retroperitoneal anatomy, particularly the retroperitoneal connective tissue, clearly enough to facilitate clinical applications. The anatomy of the retroperitoneal connective tissue is reviewed and clinical applications are provided.
Morrow L - - 1983
Two cases of cerebral aneurysms are presented. The first concerned a 26-year-old woman who complained of vague headaches and was found to have a saccular aneurysm of the internal carotid artery. The second involved a 45-year-old woman with a unilateral headache. Third-nerve palsy prompted an investigation that revealed multiple berry ...
van den Hoven R - - 1983
This paper describes the clinical and laboratory findings in 16 horses suffering from lymphosarcoma and the autopsy results in 13 of these cases which were examined at the Large Animal Medicine Clinic, State University of Utrecht, from 1969 to 1981. The cases were classified into four groups, designated multicentric, alimentary, ...
Colbert N - - 1983
Angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy (AIL) is a lympho-proliferative disorder whose clinical and histological features are now well recognized. Up to now, no attention has been focused on electrolytic disturbances associated with AIL. We report 12 cases of AIL with hyponatremia below 130 mmol/l on admission. Clinical and biological features suggest that hyponatremia ...
De Leo D - - 1983
A case of erythrocytic polyagglutination in a healthy blood donor is reported. After a review of current literature, the results of clinical and serologic tests which led to the diagnosis of Tn-red cells polyagglutination are presented. This is only the sixth case of Tn-activation in a healthy blood donor. The ...
Macwilliams P S - - 1982
Predisposing causes of bovine post-parturient hemoglobinuria are summarized along with suspected pathogeneses, clinical signs, laboratory findings, clinical management and early experimentation.
Fawcett P R - - 1982
Nerve conduction studies, conventional and quantitative concentric needle EMG and single fibre ENG were performed on 5 clinically affected and 7 clinically asymptomatic members of a family with a mitochondrial myopathy manifesting as a facioscapulohumeral syndrome. Abnormalities of nerve conduction present in 3 clinically affected cases were attributed to co-existent ...
de Aguiar E - - 1980
There was described the first cultural proven case of gastrointestinal entomophthoramycosis caused by B. haptosporus. A review of the literature on gastrointestinal zygomycosis led us to presume that similar clinical reported cases have been also caused by this fungus. A commentary on the designation of the clinical forms of the ...
Brody S - - 1980
Winnicott's thesis about transitional objects and transitional phenomena indicates that Kleinian theory, as well as his own preference for imaginative play with ideas, influenced his interpretation of his discovery and led to misapplications of its meaning. An alternative interpretation of its meaning, one that may be aligned more easily with ...
Harrison M J - - 1980
The clinical features of 62 cases of computerized axial tomography scan-proved cerebral haemorrhage and 81 cases of cerebral infarction in the carotid territory have been compared in a retrospective case note survey. The clinical features which can help in making the distinction between haemorrhage and infarction at the bedside are ...
Kondo K - - 1980
Among 844 proband cases with various types of spinocerebellar degenerations reported to us by about 200 major neurological clinics in Japan, there were 26 males and 26 females with Friedreich's ataxia. Genetic analysis disclosed recessive transmission of these cases. Clinical patterns were almost identical with the cases observed in Europe ...
Nadkarni S - - 1979
Two cases of neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis are presented with detailed accounts of the clinical, histopathological and histochemical changes in the brain. In one of them, neurochemical analysis of the brain was found to be essentially normal. Despite the pathological and histochemical similarity in these two cases, the clinical forms were ...
Freeland A P - - 1979
Four patients with metastases to the larynx are reported. The pathways of metastatic invasion of the larynx are discussed and illustrated with whole organ laryngeal sections from these cases. Although three of the four cases were clinically silent, all could have been detected on indirect laryngoscopy. The true incidence of ...
Smukler H - - 1979
In order for successful coverage of denuded roots to be accomplished, correctly applied fundamental biological principles must be considered in the choice and utilization of the surgical modality. In this report some representative clinical cases are presented to indicate favorable results that may be achieved with stimulated osteoperiosteal pedicle flaps. ...
Stith J S - - 1979
A detailed description of bilateral extensor digitorum brevis manus (EDBM) present in a female cadaver is presented. The need for clinical recognition is emphasized. Prevalence, morphological variability and theories of ontogeny are reviewed. Clinical significance and possible function are discussed. Since misdiagnosis may result from the anatomical variability and lack ...
Seyer-Hansen K - - 1979
Based on the literature and on experience and on experience with 23 cases the clinical diagnosis of insulinomas is reviewed. In clinical praxis the diagnostic steps can usually be simplified to a demonstration of fasting, symptomatic hypoglycaemia. Hence, we have used the 72-hour fast as the single diagnostic test for ...
Vollum D I - - 1979
A comparative trial between betamethasone valerate and halcinonide has shown the former to be superior, thus contradicting the results from other trials. It is thought that the discrepancy is due to differences in the nature of the preparations used in the various studies. It is suggested that note is made ...
Rees B I - - 1977
Thirty patients with nipple retraction associated with duct ectasia have been studied to determine the clinical features of this condition. This association is a common one and the similarity of these nipple changes to those produced by cancer is emphasized. While clinical evaluation of the nipple changes may give an ...
Gideon L - - 1977
A discussion of the merits of acupuncture therapy and a review of experiments that support the neurogenic mediation of acupuncture are presented. Case reports are included as examples of the therapeutic value of acupuncture in treatment of intestinal and musculoskeletal disorders in the horse. Statistical importance cannot be credited to ...
Karch F E - - 1976
The accurate identification of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) is difficult because ADRs usually present no unique clinical or laboratory findings that demarcate them from the manifestations of concurrent illnesses. The identification of ADRs depends on the clinical assessments of physicians-sometimes the clinician treating the patient and at other times a ...
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McIlroy W J - - 1965
Records of 75 patients with syringomyelia are reviewed. Their clinical course fell into one of three main groups: (1) those with a long history of a steadily progressive disability; (2) those with a long history but little or no progression of their disability; and (3) those with a short, fairly ...
DAVENPORT H T - - 1964
Methoxyflurane has been used for general anesthesia at The Montreal Children's Hospital since its clinical introduction in 1960, and has been administered to more than 5000 patients undergoing most types of pediatric operations. From a study of the records of more than one-half of these patients, a clinical impression of ...
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