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Forty-one consecutive patients with supratentorial primary brain tumors (38 Grade III and IV astrocytomas, one giant-cell astrocytoma, and two cases with insufficient tissue for diagnosis) were randomly allocated within 2 weeks of surgery to one of three therapeutic groups. Group 1 (15 patients) received radiation therapy totaling 4000 to 4500 rads in 4 to(More)
BACKGROUND Female pelvic organ prolapse is a common condition that often leads to surgical intervention to alleviate symptoms. The relationship between symptoms of prolapse and pelvic organ descent however, remains unclear. AIM To determine the correlation between the symptom of a vaginal lump and objective measures of female pelvic organ descent. (More)
Conducted a study to determine whether the House-Tree-Person Test might be used as a means to identify physically abused children. Protocols of 32 abused children, 32 nonabused but disturbed children, and 45 apparently very well-adjusted children were examined for the presence of 15 objectively scorable items that emerged as good potential discriminators(More)
BACKGROUND The current Australian National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines discourage the use of 'see and treat' colposcopic management due to concerns regarding over-treatment. However, this approach has been shown to have benefits in several studies, including cost savings, elimination of loss to follow up and decreased patient anxiety. (More)