S S Thomas

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Breast cancer patient's expectation and choice of reconstruction is increasing and patients often satisfy their information needs outside clinic time by searching the world wide web. The aim of our study was to analyse the quality of content and extent of information regarding breast reconstruction available on YouTube videos and whether this is an(More)
Over the past 7 years, 12 women have been treated utilising a radical surgical approach for extensive vulval involvement as a component of multifocal intraepithelial neoplasia (MIN) of the female genital tract. The patients were analysed with respect to the anatomical site of involvement, age, presenting complaints and their duration, colposcopic(More)
Sir, The article by Bose and his colleagues' deserves some comment. It is certainly unusual to find an exomphalos in one of monozygotic twins, although it has been described before. To label a baby as Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome simply on the basis of the presence of an exomphalos and a large tongue is surely, however, not justified. The essence of the(More)
Trounce and Walker-Smith's recent 'Personal practice' article' raises some queries. Firstly, is it necessary to reintroduce milk feeds slowly over four days ('regrade') after 24 hours' rehydration in infants with acute gastroenteritis? Recently, we compared two groups of infants admitted to our unit with acute gastroenteritis2-group 1 of 47 infants(More)
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