Michael Kalafer

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A case is presented which demonstrates the value of bronchial arteriographic studies in localizing and treating hemoptysis. The patient was bleeding from an old post-tuberculous bulla and for several reasons was not a candidate for surgery. Bronchial arteriographic studies demonstrated both hypervascularity in the region of the cavity and also a mycotic(More)
Differences in results of baseline and subsequent annual repeat rounds provide important information for optimising the regimen of screening. A prospective cohort study of 65,374 was reviewed to examine the frequency/percentages of the largest noncalcified nodule (NCN), lung cancer cell types and Kaplan–Meier (K-M) survival rates, separately for baseline(More)
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