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This case report describes the histological and macroscopic changes seen within a few months in the gastric mucosa of a 28 year old woman patient with upper abdominal symptoms. With hindsight these changes were the first signs of Sjögren's syndrome.
BACKGROUND Anastomotic leakage is a feared complication following colorectal surgery and is associated with early and long-term morbidity and mortality. The presacral cavity as the result of leakage can be treated with an endo-sponge (B-Braun Medical). The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of endo-sponge treatment of the presacral cavity as… (More)
UNLABELLED We compared hemostatic changes during OLT and HLT after various periods of graft storage, to investigate whether the host liver in HLT protects the recipient from hemostatic deterioration induced by severe graft storage damage. In particular, the mechanism of fibrinolytic deterioration was investigated. The effect of prostaglandin E1 (PGE1) on… (More)
A 14-year-old girl, on oral contraceptives for 3 months, presented with cerebral sinus thrombosis. Investigation revealed underlying hereditary protein S deficiency. This uncommon cause of cerebral sinus thrombosis and the possible association with oral contraceptives are discussed.
The incorporation of [2-14C]-2-thiouracil and a series of [125l]-5-iodo-2-thiouracils ([125l]ISUra(s)) into cultured Greene hamster melanoma cells was determined in order to establish their properties as false precursors in the melanin-biosynthetic pathway. The cold trichloroacetic acid-precipitable incorpora tion of [2-14C]-2-thiouracil as well as… (More)
Acknowledgements The Early Intervention Therapy Program Guidelines were developed with the generous support of practitioners and families. We would like to thank the following Advisory Group members for their valuable input: