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35 patients with scintigraphically silent thyroid regions without palpable cold nodules were further evaluated by ultrasonography. In 33 cases the sonographic diagnosis was confirmed by other examinations or the clinical course. 2 cases were misinterpreted right at the beginning of our series. The use of ultrasonography in evaluating silent thyroid regions(More)
  • J R Wewerka
  • Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift
  • 1978
Our present knowledge of Hodgkin's disease is briefly reviewed and the prognostic importance of histologic subtype and stage is demonstrated. Today's staging methods and the indications for laparoscopy and laparotomy with splenectomy are discussed. The indications and results of radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy are summarized. Roughly half the patients in(More)
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