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A 62-year-old woman presented with a 3-month history of increasing epigastric pain. Physical examination and laboratory findings revealed no abnormalities. Upper abdominal ultrasound revealed an echogenic mass in liver segment 2, 4 cm in diameter (Fig. 1). On MRI the well-circumscribed lesion was slightly hyperintense on the T1and clearly hyperintense on(More)
Computed tomography of the gastric wall after ingestion of 500-700 ml of pure tap water, followed by rapid intravenous injection of contrast medium, was performed on 24 patients with known gastric tumors. Computed tomography detected the wall abnormality in 22 of 24 cases (91%). Local gastric involvement was correctly predicted in 20 of these patients.(More)
The use of intrarectally administered plain tap water as a contrast medium for CT scan of the rectum and sigmoid combined with iv iodine contrast medium was prospectively studied in 28 patients. This method allowed correct demonstration of mural wall abnormalities in all patients and therefore represents a simple, inexpensive, and efficient modality for CT(More)
  • Klein, E M Langmuir, +36 authors R L Natland
  • 2002
separator; this fraction was hand-picked under a binocular microscope to obtain a ‘pure’ cpx fraction. Nd concentrations in cpx are as low as 50 p.p.b., and in general 100 mg of cpx was hand-picked. But this hand-picked fraction still contains some alteration products (distributed in a pattern similar to the crystal structure). Leaching experiments on the(More)
UNLABELLED The efficacy and toxicity of a regimen adding ifosfamide to the more classical cisplatin-vindesine combination was studied in patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Sixty-four good performance patients with inoperable stage III or stage IV were treated with VIP: vindesine 3 mg/m2 days 1 and 8, ifosfamide 1200 mg/m2 and platinum 30(More)
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