Nor Faezan Abdul Rashid

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Recent evidence suggests that angiogenesis, as assessed by vascular density, may be an independent prognostic factor in breast carcinoma. The authors chose to examine this hypothesis further using two different methods, both using an immunohistochemical technique to assess vascularity. In the first, tissue sections from 93 patients with human breast(More)
This study was designed to assess the overall morbidity burden of survival from central nervous system (CNS) tumours and its impact on return to a normal lifestyle. School behaviour and health status of 27 children after treatment for CNS tumours, of 25 of their school-aged siblings, plus age- and sex-matched controls is reported. Spinetta school behaviour,(More)
Breast lesions are rare prepubescents. The majority of breast lesions in this age group are benign. The most common of these rare lesions is juvenile fibroadenoma, which accounts for only 0.5% of all fibroadenomas. It is uncommon to have a palpable lesion in juveniles as very small lesions show obvious asymmetry. Fibroadenomas can grow to a large size, and(More)
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