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Moslemi Mohammad Kazem - - 2012
Primary obstructive megaureter (POM) is uncommon in adults. Urolithiasis formation may uncover the underlying congenital abnormally of these patients. Herein, we present a 20-year-old man who was admitted with synchronous left renal staghorn and a lower giant ureteral stone. Radiologic evaluations revealed that POM is the underlying cause of the ...
Sajjadi Saravi Majid - - 2012
We report a 41 years old man with rapidly growing and tender lump on the anteromedial surface of tibia. The patient had the history of gastrectomy and gastrojejunostomy due to gastric carcinoma. On admission, the Simple X-ray of lower extremity disclosed a slight thinning of the anterior cortex of tibia ...
Udoh D O - - 2012
Bilateral extradural hematomas are rare and follow significant trauma. The mortality is higher than with unilateral single extradural hematomas and postoperative outcome depends on preoperative neurological status.
Sato Asahi - - 2012
This is the first report associating heterotopic pancreas in the gallbladder and elevated pancreatic enzymes in bile. A 60-year-old woman underwent abdominal ultrasonography at a medical check-up, revealing a nodular protrusion at the neck of the gallbladder. It seemed likely to be a lymph node, but we could not exclude ...
Tanna Neil - - 2012
ABSTRACT: Mandibular clefts are extremely rare, with less than 100 cases reported in the literature. Almost universally, these isolated cases of lower facial clefting have been noted to occur through the midline of the lip and/or mandible. The defect can vary, ranging from mild notching of the lower lip or ...
Dias Ranjan - - 2012
We report a case of a 5-year-old boy who accidentally ingested a metal pin which was found inside the common bile duct on surgical exploration of duodenum and was removed through the ampulla of Vater. This is the first instance that an ingested metal pin in the common bile duct ...
Aktüre Erinç - - 2012
Bilateral fenestration of the A1 segment of anterior cerebral artery (ACA) is an uncommon anomaly. Our objective is to describe two cases with this anomaly and to review the literature. A 50-year-old woman presented with subarachnoid hemorrhage from a ruptured A1 aneurysm. Angiography revealed bilateral A1 segment fenestration as well ...
Kasper Ekkehard M - - 2012
Lymphocyte-depleted Hodgkin's lymphoma is the rarest form of classical Hodgkin's lymphoma, accounting for < 1% of all cases. Patients often have advanced-stage disease at the time of presentation with an aggressive clinical course. Even more uncommon is primary extranodal disease and rarely it will be presenting with spinal cord compression. ...
Shi Jun - - 2012
As a dreadful complication after the mechanical heart valve replacement, prosthetic valve obstruction caused by pannus formation occurs increasingly with time. The authors here present a case of 42-year-old woman who was urgently admitted to hospital with acute heart failure symptoms due to the mechanical mitral valve failure only 3 ...
Emmanuel Rivkine - - 2012
Cecal endometriosis and ileocolic intussusception due to a cecal endometriosis is extremely rare. We report a case of a woman who presented an ileocecal intussusception due to a cecal endometriosis. The patient gave two months history of chronic periombilical pain requiring regular hospital admission and analgesia. The symptoms were not ...
Maan Z N ZN Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust, Essex, UK. - - 2012
Subcutaneous emphysema in the head and neck is a rare condition, normally caused by major underlying injury to the airway or gastrointestinal tract. We report a non-traumatic occurrence of spontaneous cervical subcutaneous emphysema in a 30-year-old man who had been snorting mephedrone. The patient made an uneventful recovery, being managed ...
Soochan Diana D Radiology Department, Dalhousie University, Halifax, - - 2012
Painless obstructive jaundice is often associated with a malignant disease of the common bile duct or head of the pancreas. The authors present a unique case of a 62-year-old woman affected by an intrahepatic cystadenoma that extended into the common biliary duct. To our knowledge no previous case reports have ...
Piperos Theodoros - - 2012
The presence of the appendix in a femoral hernia sac is known as de Garengeot's hernia. We report a rare case of an elderly woman with femoral hernia appendicitis and discuss the surgical pitfalls and considerations through a literature review. An 83-year-old woman presented with fever and right lower quadrant ...
Schumacher Wendy E - - 2011
BACKGROUND: Spinal dysraphism is suspected in patients with midline abnormalities, especially in those with lumbosacral cutaneous markings. A recent prospective study demonstrated that isolated cutaneous infantile hemangiomas (IH) of the lumbosacral region have one of the highest risks (relative risk of 438) of associated spinal dysraphism. OBJECTIVE: The specific types ...
Siminas Sotirios - - 2011
The association of colonic atresia with craniofacial anomalies has been well described and probably represents a malformative event that occurs in the early embryonal period. We present a case of an infant with colonic atresia and a frontal encephalocele and believe this to be a newly reported association. We review ...
Clementson Blair - - 2011
  Periorificial dermatitis is a common acneiform eruption that is thought to represent a variant of rosacea. These patients typically present with uniform erythematous papules most commonly located periorally but also occurring around the nose and eyelids. This eruption has been linked to topical corticosteroid use, with only a few ...
Lysdal Susan H - - 2011
Background. Occupational hand eczema is common in hairdressers, owing to wet work and chemicals. Objectives. To estimate whether hairdressers in Denmark have their hand eczema reported as an occupational disease and to clarify the reasons for not reporting. Methods. A register-based study was performed, comprising trained hairdressers (n = 7840), ...
Nebbot B - - 2011
In this paper we report a case of an incarcerated hernia occurring through the peritoneal and muscular defect caused by a previous trocar insertion. The patient developed the hernia eight days after bilateral laparoscopic adnexectomy and presented small bowel obstruction signs. This hernia occurred despite correct closure of the internal ...
Yeniay Levent - - 2011
An abdominal cocoon is an extremely rare condition, and has been reported mainly in young adolescent women as a cause of small bowel obstruction. In these patients, the small bowel is encased in a fibrous sac called an abdominal cocoon. We hereby present two cases who were diagnosed only by ...
Al-Salem Ahmed H - - 2011
Infantile fibrosarcoma is rare and represents less than 1% of all childhood cancers. Commonly, it arises in the limbs followed by the trunk and head and neck. We report a rare case of infantile fibrosarcoma masquerading as sacrococcygeal teratoma in a newborn. The literature on the subject is also reviewed.
Ono S - - 2012
Aripiprazole has a low risk of extrapyramidal symptoms. Switching to aripiprazole has been reported to improve tardive dyskinesia caused by other medications. The authors report a case and review previous reports of dystonia and dyskinesia associated with aripiprazole. We present a case of a 22-year-old man with schizophrenia who experienced ...
Sweeney Sarah A - - 2011
The majority of cutaneous hypersensitivity reactions to exogenous tattoo pigments can be histologically classified as lichenoid or granulomatous. The etiology is still uncertain but is generally accepted to be a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction to either the pigment itself or its carrier solution. In this report, we review the literature concerning ...
Kanwar Amrinder J - - 2011
Literature on atopic dermatitis (AD) has experienced a spurt in the recent years with interest on genetics, immunology, pathogenesis, psychological impact, development of newer more effective and safer treatment agents. Indian literature on AD is limited, probably due to lower prevalence, and milder disease. In this review, we have discussed ...
Boncher Julia - - 2011
Fluoroscopy-induced chronic radiation dermatitis (FICRD) can be a challenging diagnosis for the dermatopathologist, as often a history of radiation exposure is not provided. With the expanded use of minimally invasive procedures, there is increased fluoroscopic exposure and a high index of suspicion for FICRD is prudent. Recognition of characteristic clinical ...
Shams K - - 2011
This review provides a summary of key findings from 18 systematic reviews on atopic eczema, published or indexed between January 2009 and 24 August 2010. There was no good evidence on the possible benefit of organic food consumption and eczema. Maternal intake of fish or fish oil may be associated ...
Aoki Toshiyuki - - 2011
The Japanese Dermatological Association established an advisory committee in 1995 to develop a severity scoring system for atopic dermatitis (AD). Its interim and concluding reports were published in Japanese in the Japanese Journal of Dermatology (108: 1491-1496, 1998 and 111: 2023-2033, 2001). Because of the strong demand for an English ...
Aggarwal Ashish - - 2011
Topiramate is an antiepileptic medication frequently used for the management of alcohol dependence and in other psychiatric disorders. Though cutaneous side effects are known to occur with it, isolated pure pruritus is rarely reported with topiramate in the literature. We wish to report a case of pruritus associated with topiramate ...
Antonia Pastor-Nieto María - - 2011
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is used to treat certain types of nonmelanoma skin cancer. Metvix cream applied topically in PDT is composed of the active substance methyl aminolevulinate and 14 excipients composing the vehicle. One case of occupational allergic contact dermatitis from methyl aminolevulinate is reported. A 49-year-old nurse's aide working ...
Roguedas-Contios Anne-Marie - - 2011
Many authors favor a distinction between the extrinsic and intrinsic forms of atopic dermatitis. In this review, the controversy is discussed and several definitions are presented. After reviewing many papers on this topic, it is our opinion that it is useful to separate the intrinsic and extrinsic forms of atopic ...
Oiso Naoki - - 2011
The topical application of a medicament vehicle consisting of a compress, poultice, plaster, and tape containing a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug or methyl salicylate is prevalent in Japan. The method is effective for conveying ingredients to the muscles via the skin for the relief of muscular pain. However, an ingredient in ...
Fouda Ragai - - 2011
A 16-years-old Egyptian girl presented with massive pericardial effusion, fever, weight loss and hoarseness of voice. Laryngoscopy showed left vocal cord paralysis. Chest CT revealed pericardial effusion, amalgamated mediastinal lymph nodes and clear lung fields. Pericardial fluid analysis revealed a lymphocytic exudate with high adenosine deaminase enzyme level, negative stains ...
Elias Bachir - - 2011
The occurrence of appendicitis within an inguinal hernia, known as Amyand's hernia, is a rare condition. Laparoscopic approach to this type of hernia is not widely used, and there is little data comparing it to the open surgery approach. This article presents a case of Amyand's hernia treated successfully by ...
Lahuerta A - - 2011
We present a summary of the main findings of the latest report of the European Food Safety Authority and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control on zoonoses, zoonotic agents and food-borne outbreaks in the European Union (EU), based on data from 2009. Zoonoses are prevalent and widely distributed across ...
Bhatta Smriti R C SR Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Sheffield S10 2SF, - - 2011
We present the case of a 27-year-old lady who was seen in the infertility clinic with a history of secondary infertility of a one-year duration. She had a hysteroscopy and Mirena insertion for heavy periods. Coil strings were not found by the GP during first coil check six weeks after ...
Moher David - - 2011
The CONSORT Statement was developed to help authors improve the quality of reporting randomized trials. To augment the statement we published the CONSORT explanation and elaboration paper which included at least one example of good reporting for each CONSORT checklist item. We are developing a comprehensive database of examples of ...
Khan Faraan - - 2010
A gastrosplenic fistula is a rare complication of gastric and splenic lymphomas which can occur spontaneously or secondary to chemotherapy. We report a case of a spontaneous gastrosplenic fistula secondary to a diffuse splenic large B cell lymphoma in a previously well 43-year-old patient. CT imaging demonstrated the fistula, which ...
Yetter, Aaron P.
W-118-R-1-2-3 (Final Report)
Bayley, Peter B.
Final Report, F-120-R(1-3)
United States. Weather Bureau
Gerald W. Williams Collection
Kansas Corporation Commission
Notice of Approved Intent to Drill with Corrections supplemental report.
Kansas Sentencing Commission
The report provides an overview and summary of the agency's activities.
The report is a summary of the Consumer Protection Divisions activities for 1999.
Ervin, R. D.
Notes: Report covers the period May 1977-April 1979. Released Oct 1979. Contract amount - $258,576
Bernard, J. E.
Notes: Report covers the period April-June 1976
Campbell, Kenneth L.
Notes: Report covers the period Sept 1975-Feb 1981
Sahin Altan - - 2005
Mucopolysaccharidoses are a group of inherited disorders occasionally accompanied by cervical spine involvement complicating tracheal intubation. In this study, we review and discuss 5 cases of mucopolysaccharidosis with cervical spinal involvement.
Wise, Louis E. (Louis ...
Title from folder label.
Forest Service, Washington, DC ...
Library also has printed ed., AN 405562, CN 634.96 F766
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