Andre Feil

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Hydrocolpos and the hydrometrocolpos are anomalies resulting from vaginal and uterine retention and accumulation of cervicovaginal secretions caused by congenital malformation. It is a rare pathology affecting the female newborn and infant and much less often young girls. It appears clinically as an abdominal mass associated with absence or abnormality of(More)
Background: Turner’s syndrome is due to the absence or anomaly of an X chromosome, resulting in short stature, gonadal dysgenesis and various physical characteristics. The association of this syndrome with other alterations such as autoimmune diseases has been described and, in rare cases, coexists with Klippel-Feil syndrome. We undertook this study to(More)
A 75-year old female with chronic bronchitis and cor pulmonale was admitted because of massive pulmonary thromboembolism. Echocardiography showed a 9 cm embolus in the dilated right atrium changing in form and position. It was not fixed to the wall and was prolapsing and relapsing through the tricuspid valve. The tromboembolus was visible in the right heart(More)
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