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We report on two cases of women on trastuzumab therapy for breast cancer who became pregnant and delivered healthy live infants. At the time of reporting the children are growing and developing normally (ages 3 and 2).
A case study is reported of incomplete excision of a sessile leiomyoma of the posterior cervix followed by rapid tumor growth of the same region in a pregnancy commencing 2 months later. Cesarean section for placenta previa was followed 10 days later by hysterectomy for massive hemorrhage. The tumor was considered, following multiple review, to be a… (More)
After a revision procedure is performed to address a full-thickness chondral defect of the knee, hardware removal can be challenging. We describe using a core harvester, the Osteochondral Autograft Transfer System (OATS; Arthrex, Naples, Fla), to remove a Herbert-Whipple screw placed earlier in a failed attempt to fix an osteochondritis dissecans lesion on… (More)
A relation between pyridoxine and convulsive phenomena has been established over several years (Snyderman, Holt, Carretero, and Jacobs, 1953; Molony and Parmelee, 1954; Adams, Bessey, Bussey, and Hansen, 1954; May, 1954; Coursin, 1954, 1955). This led to a search for evidence of pyridoxine deficiency among children with cryptogenic epilepsy. Soon patients… (More)
One hundred women underwent uroflowmetry once per day for the first 3 days after delivery, and the results compared to those of 53 nonpregnant controls in an effort to determine 1) whether urinary flow in the puerperium is different to that found without pregnancy, 2) whether uroflow parameters change as the puerperium progresses, and 3) which… (More)