K J Stonesifer

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Heterotopic gray matter, which previously had been associated with severe congenital malformations of the brain and developmental delay, was found without these associated conditions. The authors found ten cases of heterotopic gray matter on magnetic resonance (MR) images. The lesions had a signal intensity that was isointense compared with that of gray(More)
A total of 75 samples of body cavity fluids from 71 patients were analyzed by both flow cytometry (FCM), to detect cells with an abnormal DNA content (aneuploidy), and by conventional cytopathology. Samples included 27 pleural fluids, 35 peritoneal fluids, 11 peritoneal washings and 2 pericardial fluids. For cytologic examination, the samples were prepared(More)
A 33-year-old man had a 1-year history of a painless testicular mass and a 2-month history of an enlarging left supraclavicular mass. Biopsy of the supraclavicular mass showed classical seminoma. Massive abdominal lymphadenopathy was demonstrated by computerized tomography. Radical orchiectomy was performed and examination of the specimen showed only(More)
Eleven patients with congenital esotropia were tested with the Bayley Scales of Infant Development (BSID) before surgery and at two and six months after surgery. Eight patients completed all three tests and no obvious changes were found between the first and last test. Of the eight patients, two were considered developmentally normal by the BSID; three had(More)
The flow cytometric analysis of DNA content in cells obtained from a case of Lennert's lymphoma demonstrated the presence of a discrete hypotetraploid cell population. Correlated multiparameter analysis of DNA, light scatter, and surface antigens by flow cytometry showed that the hypotetraploid cells were intermediate to large cells expressing T11, T3, and(More)
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