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Use of radiolabeled antibodies for localization of neoplasms. The state of the art.
Current use of tumor-associated markers are to detect neoplasms early, before they had metastasized, and to monitor their treatment, and potential now exists for treatment of the neoplasm by combining radiotherapeutic agents with the monoclonal antibodies to the neoperasm and infusing the patient with this combination. Expand
Paracetamol poisoning: which nomogram should we use?
Practice varies in Australasian EDs and patients with paracetamol levels below the 1300 mumol/L have been reported in the literature to develop hepatotoxicity, and deaths have been documented. Expand
Cornual Ectopic Pregnancy Complicated by Infected Hematoma.
A patient whose postoperative course was complicated by an infected hematoma that responded to conservative management is presented, causing hemorrhage and the presence of persistently elevated serum beta-hCG requiring administration of methotrexate. Expand