Glyn Hadley

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Alteration of the tumour-suppressor gene p53 is the commonest genetic change encountered in human malignant tumours. A study was undertaken to ascertain the prognostic value of p53 immunoexpression in nephroblastomas. A series of 93 consecutive cases was analysed. Archival formalin-fixed, paraffin wax-embedded tissue sections were stained with monoclonal(More)
  • D Govender, L M Nteene, R Chetty, G P Hadley
  • 2001
The main primary childhood renal neo-plasms are nephroblastoma, mesoblastic ne-phroma, clear cell sarcoma, and rhabdoid tumour. Other primary renal neoplasms include primitive neuroectodermal tumour (PNET), renal cell carcinoma, and angiomy-olipoma. Nephroblastoma is the most common renal tumour in children. It is a complex embryonal tumour of metanephric(More)
The existing techniques used for post stroke rehabilitation have sought to offer stroke survivors with upper extremity motor deficits a system for the practice and re-learning of motor tasks. Some studies suggest that the use of Virtual Reality technologies as an assistive technology in combination with conventional therapies can achieve improved results in(More)
BACKGROUND Childhood cancer is an emerging problem in Africa. Its extent is hazy because data are scarce, but it should be addressed. This is the first report from the South African Children's Tumour Registry (SACTR), which covers the whole of South Africa (SA). It provides minimal estimates of cancer incidence and discusses the challenges of cancer(More)
Background. Nephroblastoma is the commonest renal tumour seen in children. It has a good prognosis in developed countries with survival rates estimated to be between 80% and 90%, while in Africa it remains low. Method. Retrospective study of patients diagnosed with nephroblastoma who are seen at 4 paediatric oncology units, representing 58.5% of all South(More)
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