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Ossification of the pubic bones at birth.
The primary ossification center for the pubic bone usually appears in the superior ramus between the fourth and sixth fetal lunar months (1, 3, 5, 10). It was detected roentgenographically in allExpand
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Ossification of the distal femoral epiphysis.
1. Irregularities of the margin of the ossification center in the distal femoral epiphyses are extremely common in normal children. 2. Often the irregularities take a form roentgenographicallyExpand
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Unusual thoracic manifestations in filariasis due to Loa loa; results of treatment with hetrazan and naphuride sodium.
Abstract 1.1. A case of loiasis is reported in which a lymph varix of the chest wall, a mediastinal tumor and a chylous pleural effusion were observed. 2.2. Treatment with hetrazan for thirteen weeksExpand
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AVASCULAR NECROSIS OF BONE IN CUSHING'S SYNDROME.
Severe disintegration of articular surfaces is a rare but well documented complication of steroid therapy. The hip joints are most frequently involved, but in many cases the shoulders are alsoExpand
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The ileum following colectomy.
The surgical removal of all or the greater part of the large intestine is done to relieve symptoms resulting from extensive disease of the colon. The ileum may be anastomosed with the sigmoid, theExpand
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A case of hemangioma (angiomatosis) of the small intestine and mesentery; a radiographic clue to diagnosis.
Excellent reviews and classifications of vascular tumors of the gastrointestinal tract have been provided by Gentry et al. (2), Hansen (3), and others. Mention is made of the diagnostic value ofExpand
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Statistical appraisal of the use of radioactive iodinated human serum albumin for the detection of liver metastases.
Communications were published in 1953 by Stirrett, Yuhl, and Libby (11, 12) concerning a technic utilizing radioactive iodinated human serum albumin for the diagnosis of carcinoma metastatic to theExpand
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Metastatic involvement of the stomach from primary carcinoma of the breast.
  • S. H. Madell
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York
  • 1962
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Rapid cholecystography
SummaryCholecystography with 4.5 gm. Orabilex was performed on 134 patients on a time schedule designed to evaluate the possibility of accelerating the procedure. Satisfactory visualization of theExpand