Hume Logan

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THE clinical differentiation between benign and malignant breast lumps is fraught with danger. A small proportion of cases present with classical clinical findings but in the majority of cases it is essential to have a cytological or histological diagnosis before surgery is undertaken. Fine needle aspiration (FNA) of solid tumours has been practised since(More)
THERE are three addresses given each autumn in Belfast-the Presidential addresses of the Ulster Medical Society and the Eastern Division of the British Medical Association and the opening address to the new clinical students of the Royal Victoria Hospital. The evolution of medicine in the Province has been the most common subject, yet medicine did not(More)
A 68 YEAR OLD married woman was admitted to the Ulster Hospital, Belfast in October 1975 with a one month history of generalized crampy abdominal pain, abdominal swelling and increasing constipation. She had a myocardial infarction in 1969 and a hemiplegia in 1972 and had recovered well from each. She had been on treatment with practolol for three years for(More)
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