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AIMS The incidence, anatomical localization and histological appearances of secondary neoplasms of the urinary bladder are described, with emphasis on the points of distinction from primary tumours. METHODS AND RESULTS A retrospective study of cases at the Royal Hospitals Trust yielded a total of 282 secondary bladder neoplasms, representing 2.3% of all(More)
AIM To report the clinical and histological features and outcome of primary and secondary malignant lymphomas of the urinary bladder. METHODS Eleven cases of malignant lymphoma of the urinary bladder were obtained from the registry of cases at St Bartholomews and the Royal London Hospitals. The lymphomas were classified on the basis of their morphology(More)
AIMS The incidence, presentation and macroscopic and histological features of secondary neoplasms of the male genital tract are described with reference to their differential diagnosis. METHODS AND RESULTS A retrospective study of cases from the Royal London Hospital yielded a total of 31 secondary neoplasms involving the testis: 14 at postmortem(More)
OBJECTIVES Although it is a well-described syndrome in infants, eosinophilic colitis is a loosely defined and poorly understood diagnosis in older children. The aims of this case series were to characterise colonic eosinophilia in children and to determine whether it represents a distinct clinicopathological condition. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed(More)
Three cases of cutaneous mixed tumor with atypical features are described. These biphasic tumors comprise cords and nests of often plasmacytoid cells with areas of tubule formation, set in a chondroid stroma. The tumor cells show immunohistochemical positivity for both CAM 5.2 and S-100 and ultrastructural features of myoepithelium. The atypical(More)
AIMS The histological and immunohistochemical features of a congenital stromal tumour of the jejunum are compared with those of adult gastrointestinal stromal tumours (GIST). The literature concerning the diagnosis and prognosis of congenital small intestinal stromal tumours is reviewed. METHODS AND RESULTS A term female infant presented with intestinal(More)
  • A. W. Bates
  • American journal of medical genetics. Part A
  • 2003
In 1672, François Bouchard reported the autopsy of a male infant discovered on public exhibition at Leiden. The findings of tetraphocomelia more severe in the upper limbs with reduction in the number and length of digits, hydrocephalus, bilateral cleft lip, micrognathia, and cryptorchidism are consistent with a diagnosis of Roberts syndrome. Bouchard did(More)
The importance of standardized test results is becoming more prevalent in the structure of classroom instruction and the operation of schools throughout the nation due to pressure on educators and students from various levels of authority. This study looks at the relationship between classroom instruction and standardized test content and the effects this(More)