Hadas Newman

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Of the 97 patients with symptomatic renal angiomyolipoma not associated with tuberous sclerosis reported in the literature 13 have presented with a clinical picture of shock because of spontaneous rupture and massive retroperitoneal hemorrhage. Eight new patients with symptomatic renal angiomyolipomas are described, 2 of whom presented with an acute(More)
Proximal vein thrombosis has been associated with residual disability from the postphlebetic syndrome in patients receiving symptomatic therapy or heparin and sodium warfarin. This paper describes a man with painless swelling of the right arm secondary to subclavian-axillary vein thrombosis that was successfully treated with streptokinase and conventional(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the clinical presentation, tumor characteristics, and response to palladium 103 plaque radiation therapy for subfoveal choroidal melanomas. METHODS Retrospective case series of 50 patients diagnosed as having subfoveal melanoma and treated with plaque brachytherapy. Patients underwent evaluation for tumor characteristics, visual(More)
A nephrobronchial fistula is an uncommon clinical entity and perinephric abscess in the most common etiological lesion. At times, pulmonary symptoms may dominate the clinical picture and the diagnosis of an associated renal lesion may be overlooked. An unusual case of a coexisting nephrobronchial and colonobronchial fistula is reported. The patient had been(More)
The selective bradykinin analogue, RMP-7, transiently increases the permeability of the blood brain barrier and the delivery of hydrophilic agents into brain tumours. In 87 recurrent glioma patients (WHO Grade III/IV, median age 46, Karnofsky 70%) clinical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) responses to i.v. cycles (q 28 days) of RMP-7 (300 ng/kg given as(More)