Yatri K. Patel

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Most cancers of the central nervous system (CNS) occur sporadically in the absence of any known underlying familial disorder or multi-systemic syndrome. Several syndromes are associated with CNS malignancies, however, and their recognition has significant implications for patient management and prognosis. Patients with syndrome-associated CNS malignancies(More)
The incidence of major congenital malformations in U.T.H., Lusaka during 1976 is reported. The incidence of some common major malformations are compared with the other series. Central nervous system and Alimentry system malformations were most frequent. The relative low incidence of anencephaly and cleft lip and palate in African newborns is confirmed.
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