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Diffusion-weighted MR imaging of female pelvic tumors: a pictorial review.
Functional imaging is becoming increasingly important in the evaluation of cancer patients because of the limitations of morphologic imaging, particularly in the assessment of response to therapy.Expand
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Observations on the Natural History of Dactylitis in Homozygous Sickle Cell Disease
The incidence of the hand-foot syndrome (dactylitis) has been studied in a group of. 233 children with homozygous sickle cell (SS) disease followed prospectively from birth. Dactylitis affected 45%Expand
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Regional and total skeletal measurements in the early postmenopause.
: In a cross-sectional study of 70 early postmenopausal women, regional bone measurements were compared with total body calcium (TBCa). Spinal and forearm trabecular bone were mainly related to ageExpand
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Dietary intake of calcium and postmenopausal bone loss.
The use of calcium supplements to prevent postmenopausal bone loss and hence osteoporosis is widespread, but the evidence for their efficacy, either alone or in combination with other treatments, isExpand
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Delayed delivery of second twin after chorioamnionitis and abortion of first twin at 21 weeks gestation.
Delayed delivery is a relatively new term used to describe the delivery of one fetus after premature delivery of the first fetus. We describe a case where we used tocolysis and antibiotics to prolongExpand
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Regional and total skeletal measurements in the early postmenopause.
In a cross-sectional study of 70 early postmenopausal women, regional bone measurements were compared with total body calcium (TBCa). Spinal and forearm trabecular bone were mainly related to age andExpand
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Persistent post-coital bleeding due to cervical endometriosis
Introduction A 51-year-old woman was referred to the colposcopy clinic for two consecutive borderline smears. All her previous smears had been normal. Her periods were regular, she had had three fullExpand
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Spontaneous rupture of ovarian arterial aneurysm in the antenatal period
A 37-year-old para 4π1 Caucasian woman was admitted to the delivery suite at 38π1 weeks of gestation. She was complaining of severe dyspnea, upper abdominal pain and she thought that she was inExpand
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