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Paralysis of the serratus anterior muscle is an infrequent event, usually caused by an injury, and has not previously been reported in the radiologic literature. Diagnosis rests on clinical findings that include limitation of forward flexion and, to a lesser degree, abduction. The chest film may show a misleading parietal density projecting over the upper(More)
Pleural fibroma is a rare benign primary pleural tumour which has a favourable prognosis after surgical resection. Preoperatively, the diagnosis of the tumour of pleural origin can be made by means of modern imaging techniques, particularly computed tomography. However, there are no formal computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging criteria allowing(More)
Haemorrhages in the upper aero-digestive tract, whether spontaneous or provoked by surgery, lead to the discovery of abnormal coagulation. A retrospective series of 43 children hospitalized for haemorrhage of the upper aero-digestive tract enabled us to evaluate the most frequent causes. Willebrand's disease, haemophilia and Glanzmann's thromboasthenia,(More)
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