M J Gandour

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A group of 97 patients with clinical stage I and stage II squamous carcinoma of the oral tongue, treated by partial glossectomy alone, has been reviewed to define prognostic indicators. Sixty-seven patients were staged T1N0 and 30 were T2N0. Disease recurred in 28 patients (27%) and the most common site of failure was the ipsilateral neck (21%). The(More)
Adrenocortical carcinoma is an unusual tumor that tends to be larger than 100 g at diagnosis. Malignant adrenocortical tumors of less than 50 g have been reported rarely. We studied a small adrenocortical carcinoma that weighed 40 g and metastasized 3 1/2 years following bilateral adrenalectomy. The malignancy of adrenocortical tumors is frequently(More)
The objective of the present study was to follow up on hypotheses derived from earlier research on activity level as a possible mediator between environment and development. Of particular theoretical interest was the organismic specificity hypothesis, which states that early experiences differentially influence development because the impact of the(More)
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