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CARCINOMA OF THE ISLANDS OF LANGERHANS WITH HYPOGLYCEMIA AND METASTASIS TO THE LIVER
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Hypoglycemia may be due to many causes—pituitary tumors; adrenal cortical tumors; advanced hepatic disease such as yellow atrophy, carcinoma or fatty infiltration; cachectic states; excessive physical exercise, and, most spectacularly, to tumors of the island cells of the pancreas. Expand
Hemopneumothorax; reevaluation of treatment.
Excerpt Spontaneous pneumothorax is relatively common, but its complication by hemorrhage is thought to be unusual. The problem of spontaneous hemopneumothorax has been well reviewed in the literat...
Benign Spontaneous Pneumothorax
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Fluroscopy or roentgenography should be considered in all young men presenting themselves with a complaint of pain in the chest, with or without physical signs, and with or with dyspnea, or the more severe anginal symptoms. Expand
Spontaneous hemopneumothorax; new concepts in treatment.
Pulmonary fibrosis.
Partial lobectomy for bronchiectasis; case report.