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One hundred four patients (101 men, three women), under 40 years of age, with myocardial infarction (MI), underwent coronary arteriography. Eighty patients had significant obstructive coronary artery disease (CAD) (group 1), 23 had normal coronary arteries (group 2), and one patient had coronary ostial stenosis as a result of nonspecific aortoarteritis(More)
A 20-year-old male presented with multiple eruptions on his right leg since birth; these bled and were painful on trivial trauma. Examination revealed dark brown, hyperkeratotic, indurated, verrucous linear plaques with irregular borders. Histopathological evidence of hyperkeratosis, acanthosis, and extensive vascular proliferation in papillary dermis(More)
Plexiform neurofibromatosis is a relatively common but potentially devastating manifestation of neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1). It produces very hideous deformity if the face is involved. Surgical management remains the mainstay of therapy, but in the head and neck region it is limited by the infiltrating nature of these tumors, inherent operative morbidity(More)
Post-traumatic soft tissue loss results in significant functional and esthetic morbidity. Reconstruction is often limited by shortage of soft tissues. Esthetic and functional restorations are possible by generation of well-matched autogenous sensate tissue by tissue expansion. Fifteen (nine females and six males) cases of large and complex soft tissue(More)