Michael R Cashdollar

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Two patients with myelofibrosis developed fever, leg pain and periostitis. The first patient had myelofibrosis with myeloid metaplasia and was symptomatic for months before x-rays showed periosteal new bone formation in the lower extremities. He subsequently developed periostitis of both upper extremities. Radiation of the lower extremities resulted in(More)
Plantar fasciitis is commonly treated with corticosteroid injections to decrease pain and inflammation. Therapeutic benefits often vary in terms of efficacy and duration. Rupture of the plantar fascia has been reported as a possible complication following corticosteroid injection. A retrospective chart review of 120 patients who received corticosteroid(More)
Thirty-six patients with advanced colorectal carcinoma who had not received prior chemotherapy and had tumor sites measurable or evaluable for response received methyl-CCNU at a dose of 175 mg/m2 orally on Day 1 plus 5-fluorouracil at a dose of 30 mg/kg/24 hours by continuous iv infusion for 120 hours (Days 1-5). Doses were chosen to approach the maximum(More)
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