J G Dagnelie

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When many lymph nodes are found by using lymphoscintigraphic techniques performed to detect the sentinel lymph nodes (SLNs) in breast cancer, it is usual to find that the 'hottest' SLN is not always the node that is pathologically positive (pN+). Various criteria have been proposed to define which radioactive lymph nodes should be removed. In order to(More)
Though acute myocardial infarction is one of the most frequent causes of ST segment elevation, there are other, less frequent, reasons for such electrocardiographic changes. In the present case, a cardiac metastasis from a squamous cell lung carcinoma was responsible for these changes. The secondary lesion was located in the apex of the left ventricle and(More)
A patient with a multiloculated cystic lesion of the mandible, and clinical as well as biological features of hyperparathyroidism is presented. This association suggesting the diagnosis of brown tumor was actually due to an ameloblastoma of the mandible. Such a concomitant association of an ameloblastoma with symptomatic hyperparathyroidism has never been(More)
The aim of the study is to see if Bone Scan (BS) - when performed the day before the operation-interferes with the results of the Sentinel Lymph Node (SLN) technique using radiocolloids (their pre-operative imaging and their peroperative research). Therefore, the data of 393 patients who had one selective lymphadenectomy of the SLN(s) followed by the(More)
The amnion can be visualized in most pregnancies before the 12th week. It appears as a thin membrane separating the amniotic cavity, which contains the fetus, from the extra-embryonic coelom and the secondary yolk sac. In a prospective study of 32 women in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, the amnion was demonstrated ultrasonographically in 27 (84 per cent).(More)