Robert M Fine

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Four patients with metastases to the brain were treated by high-dose fractionated radiation therapy. In all four cases, a complete response and prolonged disease-free survival could be documented. Unlike the standard therapy for such patients (i.e., craniotomy and postoperative irradiation), high-dose fractionated radiation therapy carries no operative risk(More)
A patient with tricuspid regurgitation by clinical evaluation, cardiac catheterization, and angiography was found at autopsy to have a cardiomyopathy involving both ventricles but with predominant involvement of the right ventricle. He also had primary testicular failure and a distinctive type of collagenoma. The patient's two brothers were examined and(More)