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Visual loss secondary to a giant aneurysm in a patient with tuberous sclerosis.
It is proposed that the aneurysms are secondary to dysplastic change in the vessel walls, this is in keeping with the abnormal tissue proliferations in this disease. Expand
XL. Basaloma or So-Called Cylindroma of the Air Passages
It is of interest to report several cases of a rare type of neoplasm found in the respiratory passages and its adnexa, a knowledge of whose characteristic pathologic and clinical features may be of distinct service in the authors' therapy. Expand
Neurofibrosarcoma of the facial nerve involving the tympanomastoid.
This report is concerned with a second case of malignant neurofibrosarcoma, that of a patient who has remained well since being observed and operated on by one of us (M. R. G.) in 1942. Expand
Primary carcinoma of the trachea.
From the pathologic point of view these tumors are found to involve mostly the distal third of the trachea, in the posterior wall, with frequent extension to the lateral wall on either side, and may be classified in three groups: squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma and basal cell carcinomas. Expand
I. Malignant Diseases of the Nose and Nasal Accessory Sinuses
It might be well to open this subject by presenting and discussing a series of histopathologic specimens of various neoplasms that are commonly observed about the nose and nasal accessory sinuses. Expand
LXXIII Primary Adenocystic Carcinoma or Cylindroma of the Trachea
The authors have recently encountered another case of primary carcinoma of the trachea which might be of interest, not only from the point of view of the reported rarity of these lesions but also on account of the histologic features that were exhibited, and not as yet having been found in thetrachea. Expand
The Accuracy of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Patients With Suspected Multiple Sclerosis
The sensitivity and, therefore, the predictive value of a negative MRI result for MS were, however, not sufficiently high for a normal MRI to be used to conclusively exclude the diagnosis of MS. Expand
XCIV. Neoplasms of the Nose, Throat and Ear
The older otologists, as is evidenced by their application of the lens system to the ear specula, appreciated the need of magnification in order to be better able to study the tympanic membrane andExpand