Albert John Phillips

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OBJECTIVE This study was undertaken to investigate whether amphotericin B vaginal suppositories would be effective in the treatment of non- albicans Candida vaginitis in women who failed conventional therapy. STUDY DESIGN Thirty-two patients were identified with non- albicans Candida vaginitis. These patients were treated with conventional antifungal(More)
BACKGROUND Complications from hysteroscopy are infrequent. A case of peritonitis from sorbitol distending medium is presented. CASE A woman with menorrhagia underwent an uneventful diagnostic hysteroscopy. She had immediate postoperative peritonitis. Laparoscopy was performed, which revealed a normal uterus without perforation. Peritoneal exudates showed(More)
Anatomic and biomechanical aspects of the complex topic of metatarsalgia are reviewed. Cause is classified as structural, functional, and a combination of both. Evaluation of the lesion symptom complex is presented and light is shed on reasons for complications after metatarsal osteotomy. Ways to avoid complications are also discussed. The oblique osteotomy(More)
Osteoporosis leading to fracture can occur during pregnancy. Bone density may be low before pregnancy due to recognised causes such as coeliac disease, osteogenesis imperfecta and previous anorexia nervosa (secondary osteoporosis). In some patients there is no identifiable cause. This condition is referred to as "pregnancy associated or pregnancy related(More)
Acute salpingitis subsequent to tubal ligation is an uncommon event. Multiple studies have given credence to the assumption that salpingitis after tubal ligation does not occur. Four cases of salpingitis after tubal ligation are reported during the period of January 1980 to May 1985. This relates to an incidence of one in approximately 450 cases of acute(More)
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