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In contrast to earlier operating standards some authors have in the past few years, also removed pelvic lymphnodes when ovarian cancer was diagnosed. From 26 of our patients suffering from ovarian cancer, one third proved to have positive lymphnodes, when pelvic lymphonodectomy was carried out. Our data, along with-data from other authors, were reviewed and… (More)
A case of aortic dissection at 37 weeks of gestation is presented with demonstration of angiographic and pathological findings. A review of clinical and pathological literature suggests, that rupture of aortic dissecting aneurysms occurs more frequently in women being pregnant than in non-pregnant women of the same age. Women with cardial malformations,… (More)
Tumorous manifestations of myelosis with or without leukemia are rarely seen today as they appear at a very late stage of the disease. They are of importance to the gynecologist in the differential diagnoses concerning the breast, the endometrium and uterus, the placenta and the fetus. The case report of a myeloreticulosis of the uterus, three years after… (More)
In 86 woman patients having a histologically confirmed carcinoma of the breast we examined during primary treatment the CA 15-3 data in the compartments serum, cytosol and a membrane fraction. Low CA 15-3 levels in the serum combined with high concentrations in cytosol and the membrane fraction were associated with a good prognosis, whereas a poor prognosis… (More)
Second trimester abortion was induced by the intraamniotic infusion of ethacridine. Coagulation studies revealed no change in 10 cases. It is felt that the intraamniotic use of ethacridine is probably safe.