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Carinelli S G - - 1987
A case of focal severe atypical hyperplasia-carcinoma in situ discovered during voluntary abortion is described. The patient did not undergo hysterectomy; after abortion, menses were regular and the endometrium was histologically normal at a control. Ten cases of endometrial epithelial neoplasia in pregnancy (9 cases) or in puerperium (1 case) ...
Muller L M - - 1987
The ultrasonographic findings in a rare case of adenocarcinoma of the stomach in pregnancy are described. The patient presented with hyperemesis gravidarum in the second trimester.
Binder L M - - 1987
Neuropsychological reports for disability claimants should be written with reference to definitions of disability. The exclusive use of age-corrected scaled scores on the Wechsler scales places the older claimant in an unfairly favorable light. IQ scores should be reported when actual or estimated IQ loss is greater than 14 points ...
Williams J K - - 1987
Hairy cell leukemia (leukemic reticuloendotheliosis) is a rare disease. No previously reported cases in pregnancy could be found with the use of available computer-assisted medical literature search programs. The pregnancy was complicated by progressive thrombocytopenia, leukopenia, and anemia that did not improve with delivery. The deterioration was eventually abated by ...
Walker J L - - 1986
Renal cell carcinoma is the most common renal neoplasm associated with pregnancy. The most common presenting symptoms are pain and a palpable mass. Although renal neoplasms in pregnancy are rare, the pregnancy demands special consideration in the methods of diagnostic evaluation. The relationship between renal cell carcinoma and pregnancy is ...
Denayer M A - - 1986
We report the case of a 62-year-old woman who presented in myasthenic crisis 22 years after radiation- and chemotherapy of an invasive thymoma which occurred during pregnancy. There was no evidence of recurrence of the thymoma at its original site, but an isolated hepatic metastasis was discovered. Biopsy of the ...
Justesen P - - 1986
A review of 6,225 hysterosalpingographies disclosed four cases of inadvertently performed examinations during early pregnancy. These radiologic misadventures were in three cases performed because of oligomenorrhoea and in one case because of a misjudged decidual bleeding. The radiologic findings and the outcome of these pregnancies are presented. Precautions to avoid ...
Jimenez J F - - 1986
Spontaneous infarction of physiologically hyperplastic breast tissue or of an adenoma-fibroadenoma presenting as breast mass during pregnancy or in the early postpartum period is a recognized but rare clinical pathologic entity. Only 24 such cases have been reported in the English language literature to our knowledge. We report four additional ...
Rachagan S P - - 1986
Two cases of intestinal obstruction in pregnancy following previous myomectomy are reported. The use of tocolytic agents to suppress premature uterine contractions may be a predisposing factor and probably intensifies the obstruction. As the symptoms mimic the normal side-effects of pregnancy, the diagnosis is often delayed. Laparotomy was done, as ...
Lavi E - - 1986
Two cases of vertebral haemangiomas are reported which presented as spinal cord syndromes during pregnancy. Eleven additional cases of epidural haemangiomas in the literature which became symptomatic during pregnancy are reviewed. In 11 out of 13 cases symptoms presented during the third trimester of pregnancy and in all but two ...
Seaward P G - - 1986
A case of primary hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) in a 17-year-old pregnant primigravida diagnosed during the 32nd week of pregnancy is presented. A live infant was delivered after induction of labour during the 33rd week. The mother, although still alive 3 months postpartum, had ongoing spread of the malignancy. Only 7 ...
Luiz D A - - 1986
Pregnancy is rare in scleroderma and the maternal and fetal prognosis poor. The outcome of such a case is described and the association reviewed.
Miccoli R - - 1986
An extremely rare case of factitious hypoglycemia in a young insulin-dependent pregnant woman in the first trimester of pregnancy is reported. Pregnancy resulted in the birth of a normal child. The clinical and laboratory procedures used to ascertain this diagnosis together with the psychological dynamics of the case are discussed.
Shah D M - - 1985
The first case of maternal mortality with hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy is reported. An additional successfully managed case of hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy and pregnancy is reported. Systemic arterial embolization, which has not been previously reported in hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy with pregnancy is discussed. English language literature on hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy and ...
Peterson C M - - 1985
Pseudotumor cerebri is a rare disorder occurring in the reproductive age range of females, thus occurring infrequently in pregnancy. We are reporting three cases and reviewing the reports in English since 1960. Presentation, diagnosis, etiology, treatment, and pregnancy outcome are discussed in this review of the literature. Overall, pregnancy outcome ...
Kaibara M - - 1985
Pregnancy and delivery in patients with idiopathic thrombocythemia have not been reported elsewhere, to the knowledge of the authors. Such a case is presented herein. The platelet count decreased with progression of pregnancy, falling to a normal level near term. It was, however, again increased in the puerperium, reaching a ...
Bendsen J - - 1985
The purpose of publishing this case story concerning macroscopic hematuria during pregnancy, is to draw attention to causes of bleeding in the pregnant. The cause in this case was found to be a papillomatous tumor originating from the bladder. This is emphasized as a possibility in the differential diagnosis from ...
Robson D J - - 1985
Two cases are reported in which amiodarone was administered during pregnancy for longer periods than has been reported previously. Limited placental transfer of amiodarone and its desethyl metabolite was observed in both cases. A normal child resulted from each pregnancy despite, in one case, amiodarone therapy throughout the entire pregnancy. ...
Levy A - - 1985
A case of transient acantholytic dermatosis (TAD) in pregnancy is reported. The eruption appeared in the third month of the pregnancy and completely resolved two months later. Reports concerning the occurrence of this disorder in young people are rare, and, to the best of our knowledge, this is the first ...
Karson E M - - 1984
Pneumomediastinum, free air trapped in the mediastinal connective tissue, is a rare complication of pregnancy, occurring most frequently in the second stage of labor. Symptoms are often not noted until after delivery. Occurrence before and in the first stage of labor, as seen in the two cases reported here, is ...
Pellicci P M - - 1984
Osteonecrosis of the femoral head developed in three patients during pregnancy. There were no demonstrable predisposing factors. The symptoms were first noted during the last trimester and persisted following delivery. Results of examination, radiography, and scanning were consistent with a diagnosis of osteonecrosis, and in one patient the diagnosis was ...
Knaepler H - - 1984
Case report on a patient suffering from spontaneous fractures of the neck of the femur which occured during her first pregnancy at the age of 23 in the left leg and during another pregnancy seven years later in the right leg. Both fractures occured during the eighth month of pregnancy. ...
Wang X W - - 1984
Verdoglobinuria is considered to be an ominous sign of Pseudomonas aeruginosa septicaemia in burns. No report of the survival of a case with this phenomenon could be found in the literature. Stone et al. (1964) first reported verdoglobinuria as an important diagnostic basis for P. aeruginosa septicaemia in burns. A ...
Armentano G - - 1984
Description of a case of decalcifying algodystrophy of the hip in pregnancy, an infrequent syndrome of unknown etiology, characterised by pain in the hips, radiographic picture showing demineralization of the head of the femur and of the acetabulum, leaving unchanged the articular rima; generally rapid and with spontaneous regression after ...
Strimling B S - - 1984
Amenorrhea is a common side effect of anorexia nervosa in women; hence, spontaneous conception is rare. The available English language research has recorded only one previous pregnancy since the syndrome has come to medical attention. I report a case in which a woman with chronic anorexia nervosa did conceive and, ...
Robinson H B HB - - 1984
Five infants with a rare and distinct malformation complex were encountered in a single community within a 7 1/2-month period. Only seven previous reports of this condition were found in the 54-year period between 1926 and 1980. The principal findings in the previously published cases were absence of external genitalia, ...
Lavery J P - - 1984
The following case report reviews the obstetrical course of a patient who had undergone a jejunoileal bypass six years prior to her pregnancy. Documentation of hypomagnesemia and parenteral treatment of this condition are reported along with the successful outcome. Bypass procedures may result in biochemical aberrations which affect pregnancy outcome. ...
Reece E A - - 1984
Coagulopathy associated with factor VIII inhibitor is a potentially serious medical condition that may mimic the hemostatic failure seen in hemophilia A. This disorder may be detected first during pregnancy or the postpartum period and may cause life-threatening hemorrhagic diathesis. Thirty-three cases of coagulopathy associated with factor VIII inhibitor in ...
Zirkin H J - - 1983
The simultaneous occurrence of endometrial adenocarcinoma and intrauterine pregnancy is a rare phenomenon. Eight cases have been reported on, including the one discussed below. The presence of two apparently mutually exclusive conditions within a uterus is difficult to explain. The neoplasm may arise in foci of immature basal cells, which ...
Ownby H E - - 1983
We examined the records of women with primary breast cancer for a history of pregnancy and live births. The patients were all histopathologic T1, 2, N0, M0 white females, untreated post modified radical mastectomy. Patients with a history of interrupted pregnancies have a significantly shorter time to recurrence than those ...
Zlatnik F J - - 1982
The time intervals prior to delivery both for the last reported sexual intercourse and for the last reported orgasm were considered in terms of several variables in 413 puerperas. Although there were no significant differences in the reported time of last intercourse in terms of any of the demographic factors ...
Burkett G - - 1982
Pregnancy in patients with periarteritis resulted in maternal death in 7 of the 8 cases that have been reported. In the present case, periarteritis was in remission throughout the pregnancy; the patient was thus the second known maternal survivor. The infant also did well. It is suggested that pregnancy probably ...
Mabie W C - - 1980
The clinical and fluorescein angiographic findings in 2 cases of retinal detachment occurring in toxaemia of pregnancy are presented. Both cases showed angiographic evidence of abnormal choroidal leakage of dye unassociated with signs of retinal angiospasm. Both cases also showed angiographic evidence of delayed filling of the choriocapillaris. We believe ...
Falkson H C - - 1980
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma associated with pregnancy is rare. To date, only 1 case in which lymphoma was diagnosed and treated during pregnancy, with normal pregnancy outcome, has been reported. We describe another case where life-threatening, diffuse, poorly differentiated lymphocytic lymphoma was diagnosed during the 13th week of pregnancy. Combination chemotherapy (cyclophosphamide, ...
Abramovici H - - 1980
Two small for gestational age (SGA) infants resulting from pregnancies following jejunoileal bypass are described. Our two cases and five similar cases reported in medical literature are reviewed. It seems that SGA is the main problem in pregnancies following jejunoileal bypass. Adequate and careful monitoring of these pregnancies is advocated.
Schreyer P - - 1980
A case of Brucella melitensis septicemia in a second-trimester pregnancy causing intrauterine fetal death and Gram-negative septic shock with diffuse intravascular coagulation is reported. The literature is reviewed. This is the first reported case of human brucellosis in association with Gram-negative sepsis and DIC during pregnancy. The importance of blood ...
Ferlito A - - 1980
A case of squamous cell carcinoma of the larynx occurring in a 26-year-old woman during pregnancy is presented. From a review of the world literature appears that the occurrence of cancer of the larynx in pregnancy is exceptional. Therapy consisted of total laryngectomy and right radical neck dissection. At eleven ...
Butts N T - - 1979
A number of researchers have suggested that the pregnant psychiatrist has many intrapsychic conflicts, as a result of the pregnancy, which influence her interactions with colleagues. In contrast, the authors suggest that colleagues' reactions to the pregnancy may be based on their intrapsychic conflicts, which create internal conflicts for the ...
Langer R - - 1979
Four cases of erythema nodosum associated with pregnancy are reported and the literature reviewed. Erythema nodosum in pregnancy is a self-limited condition requiring minimal supportive treatment. No adverse effects upon pregnancy course or fetal outcome were noted. It is suggested that pregnancy may serve as an etiological basis for the ...
Bloch B - - 1979
A case report is presented of acromegaly occurring during pregnancy. The problems arising in association with pituitary tumours in pregnancy are discussed and current views on management are outlined.
Savel L E - - 1978
A case of pregnancy after jejunoileal bypass is presented. Fifty-six full-term pregnancies among 44 patients reported in the literature are reviewed. Pregnancy is not contraindicated after jejunoileal bypass, as it is accompanied by few more problems than those normally encountered in the obese woman. Somewhat smaller babies are born from ...
Jafari K - - 1978
Six cases of pregnancy associated with sarcoma are presented. Among these six cases is one patient with vulvar sarcoma which was diagnosed during the 34th week of pregnancy. The literature was reviewed with reference to the effect which pregnancy may have on the growth of malignant tumors. Most authors believe ...
Radio G J - - 1979
A case of successful pregnancy following myocardial infarction is reported. The literature on this subject is reviewed and discussed. It is concluded that, if sufficient time is allowed for healing, pregnancy following myocardial infarction is associated with little or no maternal or fetal mortality. A plan of obstetrical management is ...
Lutz M H - - 1977
The clinical problems associated with the presence of genital malignancies occurring during pregnancy are presented. This report represents the clinical experience at one medical institution over a 20 year period. Eighty cases of cervical neoplasm, four cases of ovarian carcinoma, five vulva carcinomas, and one vaginal carcinoma are presented. The ...
Paul M - - 1976
Peptic ulcer in pregnancy and its complications, though rare, can be life-threatening to mother and fetus. Perforated peptic ulcer in pregnancy is extremely rare; when this occurs survival of both mother and child is unusual. Only five cases of maternal survival following perforation of a peptic ulcer have previously been ...
Green L K - - 1975
The first case of adenocarcinoma of the transverse colon and splenic flexture during pregnancy associated with ulcerative colitis is reported. The patient presented with perforation and widespread metastatic disease. After 10 years' duration of symptoms of ulcerative colitis, the risk of coexisting cancer of the colon is 3 to 5% ...
Fedrick J - - 1972
A longitudinal study of 1,959 infants born in the first week of March 1958 to mothers who were reported to have had influenza during pregnancy revealed an incidence of cancer of 4.1 per 1,000 compared with only 0.8 per 1,000 among the 14,791 infants of mothers who had not had ...
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