Frank Dipillo

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Urinary red blood cells (RBC) are usually small and morphologically abnormal in glomerular (GN) hematuria, and slightly enlarged and morphologically normal in nonglomerular (NG) hematuria. This study was performed to evaluate the diagnostic value of urinary red cell size and morphology and to investigate the mechanism of the alteration in cell size. In 34(More)
Prostate cancer is the single most common malignancy among men in North America. Nevertheless, cytogenetic evaluation of bone marrow in patients with metastatic prostate neoplasm has been rare and, to date, only five such patients have been reported. We report an additional case where chromosomal abnormalities of a bizarre nature were found in the bone(More)
Standard management of advanced carcinoma arising from the base of the tongue or infiltrating that region from contiguous areas (henceforth referred to as base of tongue complex [BTC] tumors) with radical surgery and postoperative radiation therapy results in extensive loss of function affecting deglutition, speech, and physical appearance. From January(More)