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Fifty cases of intracranial and cranial chondrosarcoma were reviewed in the world literature including two of our own. These were analyzed relevant to their histological subgroup, site of origin, age and sex incidence, calcification and vascularity, recurrence, and metastases. The analysis was done in order to clarify points in the diagnosis, management,(More)
BACKGROUND Transfusion-associated hyperkalemic cardiac arrest is a serious complication in patients receiving packed red blood cell (PRBC) transfusions. Mortality from hyperkalemia increases with large volumes of PRBC transfusion, increased rate of transfusion, and the use of stored PRBCs. Theoretically, hyperkalemia may be complicated by low cardiac(More)
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