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The value of lymph node biopsy in patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the AIDS‐related complex (ARC): a morphological and immunohistochemical study of 90 cases
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The morphological and immunohistochemical findings in lymph nodes of patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the AIDS‐related complex (ARC) allow speculation as to the pathophysiology of these conditions. Expand
A clinical-immunological evaluation of AIDS cases and related syndromes.
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The clinical features of the cases demonstrated some of the already known characteristics of the variable spectrum of HIV infection and significant worsening of the immunologic situation is evident as the disease progresses from LAS to AIDS. Expand
True aneurysm of the middle meningeal artery. Case report.
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Histological examination and neuroradiological findings confirm the suspicion that this is a case of true aneurysm of the middle meningeal artery. Expand
Maxillary tridimensional changes after slow expansion with leaf expander in a sample of growing patients: a pilot study.
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Findings suggest that slowmaxillary expansion using Leaf Expander appliance could be a reasonable alternative to conventional maxillary expansion therapy in the early mixed dentition. Expand
Incidence trends of colorectal cancer in the early 2000s in Italy. Figures from the IMPATTO study on colorectal cancer screening
We utilised the IMPATTO study’s archives to describe the 2000-2008 colorectal cancer (CRC) incidence rate trends in Italy, once screening programmes based on the faecal immunochemical test wereExpand
Characteristics of the colorectal cancers diagnosed in the early 2000s in Italy. Figures from the IMPATTO study on colorectal cancer screening
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Screen-detected CRCs have more favourable prognostic characteristics than non-screen-detection cases, and a renewed effort to implement screening programmes throughout the entire country is recommended. Expand
Successful nonoperative treatment of tuberculous spinal epidural abscess with cord compression: the role of magnetic resonance imaging.
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A patient with a tuberculous spinal epidural abscess and signs of cord compression, who was successful treated without surgery, was helpful in monitoring the resolution of inflammation. Expand
Lower cranial nerve palsy produced by internal carotid artery dilatation. Report of two cases
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The association between lower cranial nerve disturbances and internal carotid artery abnormalities is probably more common than was thought and the pathogenesis of the damage to the cranial nerves may differ from one case to the next. Expand
Plasma malondialdehyde in coronary patients and in "normal" people at rest and after exercise.
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It seems probable that the higher levels of lipid peroxides in these patients may leave some long-term unwanted effects, and may be regarded as a possible trigger of fatal myocardial malfunction occurring during physical activity. Expand
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