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Eighty patients with pericardial constriction confirmed by catheter data were studied by CT (n = 79), MR imaging (n = 24), or both. To determine the validity of these imaging methods for subsequent… (More)
Abstract Six children with congenital Chagas' infection were studied. Four of the six children died; the main cause of death was encephalitis in two cases, cardiac involvement with heart failure and… (More)
Twenty-four out of 25 patients with Chagas' heart disease have circulating immunoglobulins which react by indirect immunofluorescence technique with endocardium, interstitium and blood vessels of the… (More)
Immunopathologic and morphologic studies at the light and transmission electron microscope levels were carried out in myocardial biopsies of 4 chagasic individuals with circulating antibodies… (More)
Skeletal muscle biopsies from 21 individuals infected with Trypanosoma cruzi were studied my means of immunofluorescence, ultrastructural immunochemical, light and electron microscopic, and… (More)
Between January 1976 and December 1986, 22 patients with renal cell carcinoma underwent surgical resection of brain metastases at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Ten of the patients had… (More)
We assessed the outcome of early endoscopic realignment of posterior urethral disruptions. We evaluated six patients who underwent early or delayed endoscopic realignment for the disrupted posterior… (More)
BACKGROUND Left superior vena cava draining to a dilated coronary sinus can cause left ventricular inflow obstruction. Our purpose is to report 4 severely ill patients with this malformation who were… (More)
Previous studies have indicated that asexual reproduction (fissioning) in the planarian Dugesia dorotocephala is socially controlled through a cephalic mechanism: Isolation releases fissioning;… (More)
A case of a healed fibrotic ureteral infarct secondary to vascular occlusion+ by thromboemboli that caused a ureteral filling defect and obstruction is reported.