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Haemoptysis from a pulmonary arteriovenous malformation in a post molar pregnancy gestational trophoblast tumour patient managed by radiological embolisation: a case report
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A 28-year-old Caucasian woman who presented to the United Kingdom's Gestational Trophoblast Tumour Service with rising human chorionic gonadotropin levels following a uterine evacuation for a complete molar pregnancy was commenced on chemotherapy but subsequently reported two episodes of haemoptysis. Expand
Acute pancreatitis complicating a choledochal cyst.
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The patient suffered repeated attacks of acute pancreatitis before a cystic mass was found in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen, and the preoperative diagnosis was that of a pancreatic pseudocyst. Expand
Transluminal dilatation and stent placement in obstructed ureters in dogs through the use of percutaneous nephropyelostomy.
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It is proposed that this method can be used in humans where nephropyelostomy had been placed and where surgical correction of the obstructed ureter is not feasible. Expand
Abdominal wall haematoma in anti-coagulated patients: the role of imaging in diagnosis.
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Seven cases of abdominal wall haematomas together with the imaging results are presented and the characteristic features and potential pitfalls are discussed. Expand
Carotid body tumor and hyperparathyroidism. A case report and review of the literature.
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A patient with a left inferior parathyroid adenoma and a right carotid body tumor is described, and a common neuroectodermal origin is proposed as an explanation for the simultaneous occurrence of these tumors. Expand
Impact of Cytological Sampling on EGFR Mutation Testing in Stage III-IV Lung Adenocarcinoma
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In this series, cytological tumour sampling was not the predominant reason why cancers failed to have EGFR mutation status established. Expand
Splenic autotransplantation: determination of the optimum amount required for maximum survival.
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The autotransplantation of 80% of the spleen in the Sprague-Dawley rat as the optimum amount to achieve maximal survival in a model of pneumococcal sepsis is supported. Expand
Update on biologic behavior and surgical implications of neurofibromatosis and neurofibrosarcoma.
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Results of recent data suggest that radical surgical resection combined with preoperative irradiation and chemotherapy may enhance local control of peripherally located sarcomas and may also obviate the need for amputation in those patients with soft tissue malignant conditions of the extremities. Expand
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