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Seven thousand, seven hundred newborn children were examined prospectively to determine the congenital incidence of trigger thumb and finger. No cases were found. The case histories of 43 trigger digit cases (35 trigger thumbs and eight trigger fingers) noted in 40 children diagnosed at our center between 1995 and 1998 were reviewed with special reference(More)
Persistent endometriosis after total hysterectomy and both salpingo-oophorectomy (TH with BSO) is a rare condition and the etiology is uncertain. The exact incidence of persistent endometriosis after definitive surgery is not known. In addition, the treatment of persistent endometriosis after complete surgical excision is controversial. We report a case of(More)
The renal excretion and clearance of methotrexate (MTX) following high-dose (800 mg) therapy followed by folinic acid rescue was studied in 12 patients (2 female, 10 male): the mean age was 49.3±5.5 (SE), weight 68.6±3.9 (SE) and body surface area 1.8±0.1 m2. Plasma and urine were collected over 154 h at intervals of 2–24 h, and the collection times,(More)
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