William D Stanley

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We present two cases of histologically proven maternal intraperitoneal granulomata following cesarean section delivery. One patient presented during the immediate postpartum period with clinical symptoms consistent with subphrenic abscess. The other patient required operative intervention for a suspected ruptured tubo-ovarian abscess. In both cases,(More)
BACKGROUND Pain-related worry is distinct from, but related to, pain catastrophizing (PC) and anxiety. Worry and its relationship with other variables have been studied in people with chronic pain but not in people with chronic orofacial pain. The authors explored the prevalence of trait, general and pain-related worry and the association of worry with(More)
The active agent in crude or extracted materials from patients with acute rheumatoid arthritis (RA), when injected into embryonated eggs, produced an increased percentage of characteristic "crooked toe" defects in the bioassay. Experimental RA chick materials also produced these defects. A protein-free ribonucleic acid extract from RA synovia and joint(More)
Ten day embryonated eggs have been used for testing supernatants of pooled RA synovial tissues for the presence of the RA-active agent. A high thermal resistance of the agent was observed up to 40 min of heating both at 100 and 121 degrees C with complete loss of infectivity only after 60 min at 121 degrees C. The high thermal resistance at 121 degrees C(More)
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