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Ectopic Pheochromocytoma: Does the Rule of Tens Apply?
In the above-mentioned article, published in World Journal of Surgery volume 31/number 4, pp 849–854, 2007, the figure captions were mis-labeled. Below please find the correct captions: Figure 1.Expand
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Ectopic Pheochromocytoma: Does the Rule of Tens Apply?
IntroductionThe rule of “tens” is often stated to reflect the distribution and histology of pheochromocytomas, with 10% being bilateral, 10%; ectopic in origin, and 10%; malignant. The objective ofExpand
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Mucinous breast cancer with solitary metastasis to humeral head: a case report.
Breast cancer is the most common cause of metastatic deposits in the skeleton, and bone is the most common site of recurrence of breast cancer. Breast cancer metastasis most commonly affects theExpand
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