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Adult Capillary Hemangioma of the Liver: Report of a Case
We report a rare case of capillary hemangioma of the liver in an adult. The patient was a 55-year-old man, admitted for investigation of a hepatic tumor. The tumor was seen as a hypoechoic mass withExpand
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[Norwood procedure to hypoplastic left heart syndrome].
Since March 1992, 25 neonates and small infants with HLHS have undergone a modified Norwood procedure. The mean age and weight at operation were 17 days (2 days-2 months) and 2.7 kg (1.6-3.3 kg).Expand
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Growth Dynamics of Single-Layer Graphene on Epitaxial Cu Surfaces
The growth of single-layer graphene on Cu metal by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is a versatile method for synthesizing high-quality, large-area graphene. It is known that high CVD temperatures,Expand
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Two-dimensional dodecagonal quasilattices
Two-dimensional quasiperiodic lattices with 12-fold rotational symmetry are constructed by projecting a four-dimensional hyperhexagonal lattice onto a two-dimensional subspace. The projection methodExpand
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[Percutaneous localization of pulmonary nodules with CT guidance for lung resection: use of dyes].
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to assess the benefits of computed tomography(CT)-guided marking using dyes in patients undergoing lung resection for peripheral nodules. METHODS BetweenExpand
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[A case of pulmonary plasma cell granuloma with a cavity].
Plasma cell granuloma of the lung is an uncommon and non-malignant neoplasm that may present difficulties in both diagnosis and management. We report a 52-year-old male who was admitted to ourExpand
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Determination of body volume in normal adults and in patients with cerebral palsy by the sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) dilution technique
This study sought to establish body volume measurement by the sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) dilution technique and to assess the body composition of healthy subjects and patients with the complicationsExpand
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[Human body volume measurement by sulfur hexafluorde-dilution method and its application to human body composition assessment].
The absolutely accurate measurement of adiposity in a living organism is undoubtedly difficult. Although a number of methods have been developed, none has been proven to be both theoretically andExpand
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An analysis of two-dimensional modulated structures on a triangular lattice in terms of a complex quadratic field
A two-dimensional Euclidean plane can be identified with the Gauss-Argan plane, so that a two-dimensional triangular lattice can be identified, apart from a scaling factor, with a set of 'triangularExpand
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