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Pancytopenia--a clinico haematological study of 200 cases.
The present study was designed to ascertain the percentage of occurrence and causes of pancytopenia. All the cases of pancytopenia from July 2001 to June 2002 (one year) were examined in theExpand
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Imaging spectrum in disseminated histoplasmosis: case report and brief review.
The clinical manifestations of chronic disseminated histoplasmosis are non-specific and resemble those of other chronic infections and malignancies. We report the radiographic, sonographic andExpand
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Lymphatic filariasis: Aspiration of adult gravid female worm from a soft tissue swelling
Sir, A 35 year-old male resident of Bihar, presented with a soft tissue swelling along the medial aspect of right arm, measuring 2 cm in diameter, of 4 months duration, associated with local pain.Expand
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A Synchronous Presentation of Two Different Ovarian Tumors: A Rare Occurrence
Approximately 60% of all ovarian tumors are epithelial in origin, and these neoplasms are thought to arise from the ovarian surface epithelium or small epithelial inclusion cysts. Surface epitheliumExpand
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Successful treatment with cyclophosphamide in a large hepatic hemangioendothelioma.
Hemangioendotheliomas are uncommon benign vascular tumors usually presenting during infancy. Most of them resolve spontaneously, and complete disappearance by 5 years with or without treatment is theExpand
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Myelodysplastic syndrome and successful pregnancy.
A case of successful pregnancy in a 47-year-old Omani grand-multipara who had Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS) is described for the first time in Oman. A review of the literature suggests that in JapanExpand
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Squamous Predominant Teratoid Wilms’ Tumor
Teratoid Wilms tumor is an unusual histological variant of nephroblastoma with predominant heterologous component. Frequently present components include adipose tissue, glial tissue, muscle,Expand
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FNAC of papillary and solid epithelial neoplasm of pancreas--a case report.
A case of solid papillary epithelial neoplasm (PSEN) of pancreas in a young woman is reported in which the nature of tumour was recognised pre-operatively by ultrasound guided Fine needle aspiration.Expand
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Rapunzel Syndrome Causing Appendicitis in an 8-year-old Girl
Rapunzel syndrome is a rare type of presentation of trichobezoar, an extension of hair fibers into the small bowel and rarely beyond the ileocecal valve. Its clinical presentation is deceptiveExpand
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