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Jejunal and ileal diverticulosis.
Forty-five patients with diverticula of the mesenteric small intestine have been studied at The New York Hospital in an effort to correlate the clinical and radiographic patterns of this condition. Expand
Skeletal abnormalities associated with gonadal dysgenesis.
Intramural diverticulosis of the gallbladder; Rokitansky-Aschoff sinuses.
Hernia-like protrusions of the gallbladder mucosa through the muscular layer can occur because of the lack of a muscularis mucosa and the loose arrangement of the muscular bundles. Expand
Endocrine significance of short metacarpals.
It appears that the metacarpal sign, when found in more than one generation of the same family, is without significance as far as gonadal development in any generation is concerned. Expand
LYMPHANGIOGRAPHY IN LYMPHOMA.
Neurogenic disorders of the foot in diabetes mellitus.
Significant changes include Charcot joints of the tarsus (destructive type), and bone absorption of the forefoot (multilating type) that strongly suggests a diabetic neuropathy. Expand
Possible relationship of rheumatoid factors and pulmonary disease.
Positive reactions to serologic tests for rheumatoid factor were obtained in 61 per cent of eighteen patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and "Intermediate" complexes of low in vitro solubility were present in the majority of the patients with high r heumatoid titers who had pulmonary disease. Expand
Great vessel involvement in lung cancer: angiocardiographic report on 250 consecutive proved cases.
A safe and practical intravenous method for abdominal aortography, peripheral arteriography, and cerebral angiography.
Clinical Manifestations of the Unperforated Aortic Sinus Aneurysm
There are no diagnostic features for the recognition of unperforated aortic sinus aneurysms except for a grade 3 to 4 cardiac murmur, and a high index of suspicion and angiocardiography are advocated in order to establish the diagnosis during life. Expand