Varda Stahl-Kent

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The characteristics, menstrual risk factors and surgical therapy of 187 consecutive patients more than 70 years of age (mean: 75.9) were investigated and compared with those of 609 patients less than 70 years of age (mean: 53.9). There was no difference in stage, size, state of axillary nodes, grade, histological types, Ki-67, vascular invasion, estrogen(More)
Three cases of Mondor's disease of the axilla following sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) are described. In all cases we used the combination of blue dye and radiocolloid, and complete axillary dissection was not performed. The numbers of lymph nodes removed in each case were five, four, and two, respectively. All the events of Mondor's disease resolved(More)
Breast cancer patients are reported to have a higher rate of second primary malignancies. We retrospectively reviewed the coexistence of breast and gastrointestinal (GI) tumors in the same patients and the characteristics of the tumors. The charts of all patients more than 35 years of age who were diagnosed with breast cancer and hospitalized for various(More)
Two infants of 24 and 20 months of age with painful local swelling at the femoral and clavicular regions were investigated by ultrasound after a negative radiographic study of the adjacent bones. In both children high resolution ultrasound clearly revealed the presence of bone fractures in addition to the soft tissue hematomas. These fractures were(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the characteristics of breast cancer in hormone replacement therapy (HRT) users vs. nonusers. We investigated the characteristics of all patients between the ages of 50 and 75 years with breast tumors. Then, an age-adjusted group of 55 nonusers was chosen to match and compare with HRT users. Of the 243 patients(More)
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