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Primary malignant vascular tumours of the oropharynx are rare. This report is of a 69-year-old Vietnamese female with a malignant vascular lesion involving the floor of the mouth and the pharynx.
Microstomia may be a disfiguring complication of severe burn injuries of the soft tissues of the face. The constriction of the perioral myocutaneous tissues following such trauma poses several… (More)
Congenital infiltrating lipomatosis of the face (CIL-F) is a rare lesion. Presented here is a review of the literature concerning this condition, with the report of a case with clinical signs… (More)
The brush-tailed possum (T. vulpecula) from Western Australia was found to be nearly 150 times more resistant to fluoroacetate intoxication in vivo than the same species from South Australia. Acetone… (More)
A case history and brief literature review of oral submucous fibrosis is presented. This condition is most frequently found in the Indian subcontinent and only rarely encountered elsewhere. The… (More)
A case is reported in a 15-year-old white girl who had a swollen lower face and lips; a diagnosis of orofacial granulomatosis was made. It was suspected that her condition had an allergic basis… (More)
Unions at St Mary's and Queen Alexandra hospitals in Portsmouth are in dispute with managers in a bid to 'regain' recognition.
We describe a familial, relapsing type of hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) that has a possible genetic origin. Three members of a family, aged between 15 months and 34 years, evidenced HUS.… (More)
Converting a general medical-surgical unit to a 35-bed neuroscience unit can be both a stressful and a rewarding experience. During a six-month period, from February to September 1983, the authors… (More)