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Internal thoracic blood vessels (A. et Vv. thoracicae internae) are parietal vessels of the thoracic anterior wall. Because of their position, they are often exposed to injuries during the fracture of the ribs and the sternal bone. These facts require a general knowledge about the anatomical variations of these vessels, specifically the knowledge concerning(More)
Ultrasonography is a relatively new diagnostic aid in maxillofacial surgery. It can be used in maxillofacial surgery in three modifications: Doppler sonography, A-scan sonography, B-scan sonography. As clinicians we wanted to determine what contribution ultrasound examination has made to the diagnosis of superficial maxillofacial masses, when compared with(More)
Purine analogs, particularly pentostatin and cladribine, are highly effective in hairy cell leukemia (HCL). Both of these drugs induce responses in approximately 80-95% of patients. However, it is not yet determined if treatment with these drugs can induce second malignancies. Hodgkin's lymphoma is very rare as a second malignancy and there are only 3(More)