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  • Paraurethral Leiomyoma in a 20 Year-old Woman: A Case Report. [Case Reports]
    Urol Case Rep 2016; 4:14-6Adams-Piper E, Jacobs S, Ghoniem GM
  • We present the case of a 20 year-old woman with a vulvar mass, found to be a paraurethral leiomyoma. She subsequently underwent supermedial-approach paraurethral mass excision, distal urethral reconstruction and cystourethroscopy. Paraurethral leiomyoma make up approximately five percent of urethral tumors. This case depicts the presentation and treatment of a paraurethral leiomyoma in one of the…
  • [Hemolymphangioma of the orbit in a young girl: a clinical observation]. [Case Reports]
    J Fr Ophtalmol 2004; 27(9 Pt 1):1047-9Chanfi M
  • We report the clinical observation of an 8-year-old girl, admitted for a supermedial swelling of the eyelid associated with acute exophthalmia. The anatomical-pathological examination and the X-ray of the orbit provided the diagnosis of hemolymphangioma in a country where investigative resources are very limited (tomodensitometry, magnetic resonance imaging, and color Doppler). Most authors empha…
  • Solitary fibrous tumor of the orbit. [Case Reports]
    J Craniofac Surg 2002; 13(5):641-4O'Donovan DA, Bilbao JM, … Antonyshyn OM
  • Painless unilateral proptosis is a frequent manifestation of numerous orbital neoplastic and non-neoplastic processes. Various mesenchymal tumors of both fibrohistiocytic and vascular origin are well-described causes. Solitary fibrous tumors (SFTs) are rare spindle-cell neoplasms usually found associated with serosal surfaces, especially the pleura, but they have recently been described in a numb…
  • [Errors, hazards and complications in percutaneous nephroureterolithotomy and their prevention]. [Case Reports]
    Urol Nefrol (Mosk) 1990 Jan-Feb; (1):31-7Zenkov SS, Martov AG
  • For patients who are suffering from urolithiasis percutaneous surgery remains actual even now then the method of remote intracorporeal lithotripsy is widely used, which arises the necessity of discussing typical errors, hazards and complications of percutaneous nephroureterolithotomy and the means of their prevention and eradication. Based on the experience with 137 percutaneous invasions in 125 …
  • [Intestinal obstruction in extensive postoperative ventral hernia]. [Journal Article]
    Vestn Khir Im I I Grek 1989; 143(7):34-6Iatsentiuk MN
  • The work is based on an experience with surgical treatment of 1017 patients. Intermittent intestinal obstruction was observed in more than 40% of them and was not always dependent on the character of commissural processes. The most frequent cause of its appearance is a combination of commissures with a considerable ptosis and formation of flexions, angular deformities and incomplete torsion of in…
  • Studies in osteoarthritis of the hip. 3. Congenital subluxation and osteoarthritis of the hip. [Review]
    Can Med Assoc J 1971; 104(10):911-5Gofton JP
  • Although congenital subluxation of the hip is an important primary abnormality, upon which OA hip may later supervene, other factors may also be important in individual patients. When osteoarthritis is seen with subluxation, it probably represents congenital subluxation and not displacement of the femoral head secondary to remodelling. Osteoarthritis in these cases is usually superolateral or sup…
  • Studies in osteoarthritis of the hip. I. Classification. [Journal Article]
    Can Med Assoc J 1971; 104(8):679-83Gofton JP
  • A definition and classification of primary OA hip is presented based on radiological criteria. Most cases of unilateral idiopathic OA hip remain unilateral over the years and the majority of these show a distinct radiological pattern with articular cartilage loss in the superolateral area of the joint. In contrast, OA hip with loss of cartilage in the medial area is usually bilateral. A supermedi…
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