Simpson L Dee

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CONTEXT As rejection in renal transplantation has become better controlled, gastrointestinal complications have become increasingly important. Ischemic colitis and colonic perforation are the most common of these lesions, contributing to morbidity and mortality in the early postoperative period. OBJECTIVE We undertook this study to identify factors(More)
Metastasis of renal cell carcinoma to the head and neck, especially the larynx, is an extremely rare event. Most previously reported cases have involved a presenting laryngeal lesion that lead to the discovery of an underlying primary renal cell carcinoma. Even more unusual is the occurrence of an isolated laryngeal metastasis revealing itself years after(More)
Case report The subject was born to a 22 year old mother and 30 year old father with no relevant medical history. The mother had two previous miscarriages at 10 and 12 weeks. Her antenatal ultrasound scans in this pregnancy were noted to be abnormal (ventriculomegaly, a two vessel cord, and IUGR). At 34 weeks a repeat ultrasound scan showed reduced liquor(More)
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