Margaret M. Kemeny

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BACKGROUND Follicular variant of papillary thyroid cancer (FV-PTC) is the second most common subtype of papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) after classic PTC. FV-PTC is characterized by nuclear features consistent with classic PTC but has a follicular architecture that lacks classic papillary morphology. Thyroid cancer rarely metastasizes to the kidney. Only 6(More)
According to the Bloch–Beilinson conjectures, an auto-morphism of a K3 surface X that acts as the identity on the tran-scendental lattice should act trivially on CH 2 (X). We discuss this conjecture for symplectic involutions and prove it in one third of all cases. The main point is to use special elliptic K3 surfaces and stable maps to produce covering(More)
BACKGROUND Extraskeletal myxoid chondrosarcoma is a unique and distinct clinicopathological entity in terms of its origin, morphology, and biologic behavior. Despite being a slow-growing tumor, it has a high rate of local recurrences and history of metastases to uncommon sites like the mandible, liver, retroperitoneum, right ventricle, pancreas, and central(More)
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