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387 carcinomas of the prostate gland were examined histologically and partly by autoradiography. 45.7% of the carcinomas were uniformly structured whereas 54.3% showed a pluriform pattern. Highly and poorly differentiated adenocarcinomas predominated. Very often cribriform structures were found besides other carcinomatous parts. Autoradiographically the(More)
1,124 case observations, published from 1955 to 1981, and 45 of our own cases of childhood testicular tumor are evaluated. The age distribution, histology (WHO classification), stage and prognosis are compared to 1,062 adult cases. Diagnostic procedures are itemized. Priorities in the therapeutic approach and the effectiveness of various methods, depending(More)
Three patients were seen with angiomas of the pelvic bones; the radiological and clinical features are described and the literature reviewed. The patients had been observed for four to six years. The differential diagnosis includes infiltrating mesenchymal neoplasms and the histologically similar, but rare, Gorham-Stout syndrome. Recommended treatment is(More)
In 147 autoradiographically examined prostate biopsy cylinders 5.4% squamous metaplasia and 6.0% transitional metaplasia were diagnosed. The average labeling index of squamous metaplasia was 4.3% and corresponded with values from non-keratinizing squamous epithelium in other locations. The labeling index of the transitional cell metaplasia was, in contrary,(More)
The counting of nerve cells give an answer to the question whether there is a significant loss of cells in the cortex in the course of viral encephalitis. For normal animals, average cell numbers of 275.42 were counted; for infected animals divided into two groups depending on the severity of illness, 144.95 and 192.87 cells, respectively (p = 0.0001).