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Our objective was to assess whether or not a systematic review of mammographic descriptors would result in improved classifications of nonpalpable lesions of the breast and reductions of biopsies for benign conditions. The prelocalization mammograms of 200 consecutive patients who had 231 biopsies were reviewed in random order by four radiologists(More)
An analysis of the 149 cases of haematemesis admitted to Coronation Hospital from January 1951, to September 1959, is presented. The commonest cause was found to be acute gastritis and gastric erosion. These cases were more common in males and usually followed on an alcoholic bout. These were in the main mild. Twenty-five cases associated with peptic(More)
SYNOPSIS An analysis of the 149 cases of haematemesis admitted to Coronation Hospital from January 1951, to September 1959, is presented. The commonest cause was found to be acute gastritis and gastric erosion. These cases were more common in males and usually followed on an alcoholic bout. These were in the main mild. Twenty-five cases associated with(More)
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