P L Longstreth

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Intraparenchymal renal aneurysms have been reported with increasing frequency; yet, to our knowledge, this subject has not been reviewed in radiologic literature. The spectrum of such aneurysms includes congenital aneurysms, those secondary to disease usually affecting the main renal arteries, those associated with renal masses, microaneurysms, and false or(More)
We describe a patient with a painful lytic lesion of the clavicle and a granuloma of the liver in late secondary syphilis. The classic "moth-eaten" alopecia of the scalp as well as eyebrows and eyelashes suggested syphilis, although an initial false-negative VDRL test for syphilis (prozone phenomenon) caused a delay in diagnosis. Bone as well as liver(More)
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