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The small magnocellular group located within the rostrolateral extension of the basal forebrain was named and described as the nucleus subputaminalis in the human and chimpanzee brain by Ayala. Analysis of cytoarchitectonic and cytochemical characteristics of this cell group has been largely disregarded in both classical and more current studies. We(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate whether maternal serum interleukin-6 (IL-6), interleukin-1beta (IL-1beta) and high sensitive C-reactive protein (CRP) could be used as markers of tocolysis failure and adverse neonatal outcome in pregnancies with preterm labor (PL). METHODS Forty-seven maternal blood samples taken because of PL at admission and delivery were(More)
We report the case of an acquired large arteriovenous malformation due to invasive gestational trophoblastic tumor that was treated successfully with laparoscopic surgery. After 4 cycles of methotrexate chemotherapy, a vascular tangle (volume, 28 cm(3)) was noted that emerged from the right uterine horn, invading the broad ligament adjacent to the uterine(More)
Fast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has revolutionized our ability to image the fetus by using fast scanning techniques. Individual images are obtained in 300-400 s allowing fetal imaging without sedation due to reduced fetal movement artifacts. MRI is most useful for evaluation of the anomalies of fetal nervous and urinary system which are not fully(More)
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