B. A. den Herder

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MAMMARY cancer in the woman has been the subject of intensive study throughout a long period of years and the frequency of metastatic spread to the bones probably equals if not exceeds the frequency of metastasis to lungs and liver (Haagensen, 1956). There is general agreement that mammary cancer is the lesion most often responsible for osseous metastasis(More)
This paper discusses the possibility of using arthrography of the humeroscapular joint for further differentiation of the syndrome of humeroscapular periarthritis. A description of the normal arthrogram is followed by a discussion of the arthrographic features of rupture of the rotator cuff, rupture of the long biceps tendon, and anomalies of the joint(More)