Sabrina N. Campbell

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IgG4-related disease (IgG4-RD) is a recently recognized systemic disease characterized by tumefactive lesions in various organ systems. The list of organs that can be involved continues to expand, and recently computed tomography (CT) descriptions of the pulmonary lesions found in the disease have been described. The clinical symptoms are nonspecific and(More)
Monitoring to detect the "at risk" foetus has advanced dramatically in the last decade; clinical as well as more sophisticated methods have been discussed. Some of these are well within the scope of the general practitioner who has undergone further training in obstetrics. If all practitioners are aware of these advances, ready consultation for the(More)
Broncholithiasis is the presence of calcific material within the tracheobronchial tree. Asymptomatic patients can be managed with observation only, whereas symptomatic disease requires surgery, rigid or flexible bronchoscopic removal. Recent reports have shown that flexible bronchoscopy can be a safe and effective option for removal of loose in addition to(More)
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