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Paternal investment and the human mating system
  • F. Marlowe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Behavioural Processes
  • 5 October 2000
Paternal investment has long been considered responsible for the evolution of predominantly monogamous marriage in humans. However, male-male competition resulting in mate-guarding and male coercionExpand
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High-resolution computed tomography of the middle ear and mastoid. Part II: Tubotympanic disease.
Of more than 200 patients who underwent high-resolution computed tomography (CT) of the middle ear, the vast majority had tubotympanic disease in one of its forms: middle ear effusion,Expand
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MR imaging of parotid mass lesions: attempts at histopathologic differentiation.
Thirty-four parotid lesions were examined with magnetic resonance imaging. The lesions were studied for a number of factors including size, T1 signal (relative to muscle), T2 signal (relative toExpand
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Cochlear otosclerosis (otospongiosis): CT analysis with audiometric correlation.
Ninety patients who had suspected or confirmed fenestral or cochlear otosclerosis underwent CT examination. Foci of demineralization in the otic capsule were discovered in 20 ears (12 patients).Expand
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Fenestral otosclerosis: significance of preoperative CT evaluation.
Thirty-five consecutive patients with the clinical diagnosis of fenestral otosclerosis were evaluated with high-resolution computed tomography (CT). Twenty-six were diagnosed as having this disorderExpand
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Fenestral and cochlear otosclerosis: computed tomographic evaluation.
Computed tomography has replaced conventional multidirectional tomography in the imaging of patients with the presumed diagnosis of otosclerosis. In addition to obliterative disease, which was easilyExpand
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Inverted Papilloma of the Nose and Paranasal Sinuses in Children
Inverted papillomas are rare nasal and sinus neoplasms in children. The disturbing biological characteristics of these tumors seen in adults, including malignant degeneration and the high frequencyExpand
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Primary meningiomas of the middle ear: do they exist?
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High resolution computed tomography, Part 2: The salivary glands and oral cavity.
High resolution computed tomography (CT) has been of extraordinary value in all areas of the head and neck. Previous communications have indicated its effectiveness in the evaluation of the temporalExpand
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Acquired atresia of the external auditory canal.
  • F. Marlowe
  • Medicine
  • Archives of otolaryngology
  • 1 October 1972
Complete atresia of the external auditory canal is a very infrequent sequela of acute external otitis. An unusual bilateral case, presenting as hearing loss, was successfully treated surgically,Expand
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