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Segmental tuberculosis of the colon (a report of ten cases).
The authors report 10 cases of tuberculous involvement of the colon distal to the ileo-caecal region. All the affected patients were young Indian women. Problems of differential diagnosis areExpand
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Abnormalities of Urinary Tract and Skeleton Associated with Congenital Absence of Vagina
Congenital absence of the vagina was first mentioned by Realdus Columbus in 1572 (quoted by Bryan, Nigro, and Counseller, 1949). The incidence has been variously reported as 1 in 4,000 femaleExpand
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ILIAC HORNS WITH ARTHRODYSPLASIA AND DYSTROPHY OF THE NAILS-FONG'S LESION.
  • S. Chawla, K. Bery
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Canadian Association of…
  • 1 February 1962
In 1946 Fong described for the first time a case with unusual anomaly of the pelvis, consisting of bony projections arising bilaterally from the posterior aspects of the iliac bones. He called themExpand
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Enterolithiasis complicating intestinal tuberculosis.
Intestinal tuberculosis occurs frequently in India. Of more than 400 patients with tuberculous enterocolitis, seen in a 5 year period, 13 patients had radio-opaque calculi in the bowel proximal to aExpand
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Embryonal rhabdosarcoma of the middle ear and mastoid.
Two cases of embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma, arising from the middle ear, are described. It is a rare mesenchymal tumour of childhood, with a very poor prognosis. The literature is briefly reviewed andExpand
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ENTEROLITHIASIS WITH TUBERCULAR INTESTINAL STRICTURES.
True enteroliths are seen very infrequently in man but occur commonly in the intestinal tract of horses and in the human appendix (Wangensteen, 1955). Hellstrom (1929) reported six cases ofExpand
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Osseous manifestations in congenital syphilis: a study of 55 cases.
Radiology plays an important role in the early diagnosis of congenital syphilis. Osseous manifestations in 55 cases of congenital syphilis have been analysed and their radiological appearancesExpand
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Iniencephalus--prenatal diagnosis (report of two cases).
Abstract Iniencephaly is a rare foetal anomaly incompatible with life. It was first described and named by Saint-Hilaire in 1836. Only 66 cases were reported up to 1951. The anomaly consists ofExpand
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DYSCHONDROPLASIA WITH MULTIPLE HAEMANGIOMATA--MAFFUCCI'S SYNDROME.
Maffucci's syndrome is a rare clinical entity characterised by an association of haemangiomata with enchondromata. Only 45 cases have been previously reported. Maffucci described this syndrome inExpand
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Lamellar Ichthyosis of the Newborn.
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