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OBJECTIVE The overriding objective of this paper is to outline the steps involved in refining a structural model to explain differences in dieting status. METHODS Cross-sectional data (representing the responses of 1,644 teenage girls) derive from the preliminary testing in a 3-year longitudinal study. A battery of measures assessed social influence,(More)
Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas have been recognized as an important and frequently fatal part of the spectrum of diseases associated with HIV infection. These are most often high-grade B-cell lymphomas usually of immunoblastic and small cell non-cleaved subtypes. Sporadic reports of T-cell lymphomas associated with HIV infection are found in the literature. Two(More)
OBJECTIVE This paper presents the results of an evaluation of a model of dieting (Huon, G.F., & Strong, K.G., International Journal of Eating Disorders, 23, 361-370, 1998). It represents the culmination of a large-scale time-extended study of dieting among adolescent girls. METHODS Data were collected from approximately 1,000 girls. A battery of(More)
Two patients with idiopathic refractory sideroblastic anemia (IRSA) were found to have acquired hemoglobin H. Both developed leukemic syndromes. Six other patients with IRSA had normal hemoglobin electrpohoretic patterns, and none has developed acute leukemia in up to five years. We suggest that hemoglobin electrphoresis be performed routinely in IRSA. The(More)
Malignant lymphomas arising in the mediastinum account for approximately 60% of all mediastinal tumors in children; two-thirds are non-Hodgkin's lymphomas and one-third represent Hodgkin's disease. In contrast to adults, in children mediastinal non-Hodgkin's lymphomas are usually synonymous with lymphoblastic lymphoma, and nonlymphoblastic lymphomas are(More)
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