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Duct carcinoma in situ: 227 cases without microinvasion.
From 1979 to 1990, 227 patients with intraductal carcinomas (DCIS) without microinvasion were selectively treated; the least favourable (large lesions with involved biopsy margins) with mastectomy,Expand
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Breast cancer diagnosis and prognosis in women following augmentation with silicone gel-filled prostheses.
62 healthy women were studied mammographically before and after augmentation mammoplasty. Postaugmentation mammograms were done using both the implant compression and implant displacement technique.Expand
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The Acardiac Monster
Two cases of acardiac fetuses are presented. Pathological data in 61 cases are tabulated. Classification, terminology and patho-physiological findings are discussed.The Acardiac Monster is a form ofExpand
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Can intraductal breast carcinoma be excised completely by local excision? Clinical and pathologic predictors
Background. Microscopic evaluation of excised intraductal breast carcinoma (DCIS) specimens using a serial subgross technique reveals that in many patients the lesion is larger than expected, oftenExpand
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Fatal hemolytic transfusion reaction resulting from ABO mistyping of a patient with acquired B antigen detectable only by some monoclonal anti‐ B reagents
Background: Some monoclonal anti‐B reagents are prepared exclusively from an anti‐B clone, ES4, that is known to detect acquired B antigens that are not detectable by other anti‐B clones orExpand
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Experimental production of complete heart block by electrocoagulation in the closed chest dog.
Methods for producing complete heart block in experimental animals have usually required thoracotomy to gain access to the intracardiac conduction system. A closed chest technique has been developedExpand
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Neonatal exchange transfusions complicated by transfusion-induced malaria.
Two neonates who became infected with Plasmodium vivax subsequent to exchange transfusion are described. This complication of neonatal exchange transfusion is unusual in that only two other similarExpand
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Can lntraductal Breast Carcinoma Be Excised Completely by Local Excision
Background. Microscopic evaluation of excised intraductal breast carcinoma (DCIS) specimens using a serial subgross technique reveals that in many patients the lesion is larger than expected, oftenExpand
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Misperceptions in preparing for biological attack: an historical survey.
  • M. Furmanski
  • Medicine
  • Revue scientifique et technique
  • 1 April 2006
Preparing for a biological attack involves analysing and co-ordinating information and events in the scientific, political and social arenas. The information that must be evaluated is, by definition,Expand
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The 1977 H1N1 Influenza Virus Reemergence Demonstrated Gain-of-Function Hazards
Rozo and Gronvall, in “The Reemergent 1977 H1N1 Strain and the Gain-of-Function Debate” (1), confirmed the laboratory origin of the 1977 influenza pandemic and judged it was unintentional, but theyExpand
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