Calley Levine

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The ribs are frequent sites of primary Ewing tumor accounting for about 10–12% of all cases. The lesions may be predominantly lytic or sclerotic or show a combination of bone destruction and secondary reactive changes. In some patients bony changes are subtle and are obscured initially by frequently associated large extrapleural masses or pleural fluid.(More)
This is a report of an atypical fibrous histiocytoma in the skull of an infant, who at the age of 3 months was noted to have a "lump" beneath the scalp in the right parietal region. It was about 2 cm in diameter, and the scalp was movable over it. Physical examination was otherwise normal. Radiographs showed erosion of the scalp deep on the palpable mass.(More)
Five whiplash-shaken infants presented initially with lethargy, vomiting, irritability, and intraocular hemorrhage and had sequential cranial computed tomography (CT). In three of the five infants, results of the initial CT scans of the head were either normal or demonstrated subtle abnormalities. However, significant subdural hemorrhages which were(More)
OBJECTIVE In children with newly diagnosed childhood absence epilepsy (CAE), determine pretreatment EEG features and their associations with baseline neuropsychological function and short-term treatment outcome. METHODS In a multicenter, randomized clinical trial, patients with CAE underwent a pretreatment, 1-hour video-EEG and neuropsychological testing(More)
Primary cutaneous adnexal neoplasms are mostly benign in nature; however, there have been reports of malignant adnexal tumors with distant metastasis to lymph nodes. Adnexal cutaneous malignancy with metastasis to the gastrointestinal tract has never been reported. Here, we present a rare case of a man with primary adnexal cutaneous adenocarcinoma who(More)
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