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When (some 40 years ago) I began my graduate work at the Sorbonne, I had a matronly landlady who took a warm interest in my personal affairs. One day she asked me about my mother, and I reported: "Elle est morue." Instead of granting me the cozy...
URETERAL OBSTRUCTION damages the kidney roughly in proportion to the degree and duration of obstruction. The length of time that a human kidney will tolerate complete obstruction and still recover useful function is unknown. Thirty-three days is the longest period found in a brief survey of the...
TRANSFORMATION of the kidney by fatty replacement of parenchyma destroyed by various diseases was first reported in European medical literature in the nineteenth century. The entity has received only cursory attention, primarily in urological journals in this country.
There are many situations...
SINCE ITS INTRODUCTION in 1952, intravenous cholangiography using sodium iodipamide (Cholografin) has become a valuable and reliable method for the diagnosis of biliary tract disease, particularly following cholecystectomy. However, besides the risk and inconvenience involved in any intravenous...
Bleeding esophageal varices in children under 10 years of age usually require esophagogastric resection with interposition of a segment of colon. Disadvantages are the magnitude of the operation and the risk of later peptic ulceration in the implant. A 4-year-old child with severely...
Abstract IN RECENT LITERATURE emanating from the Mayo Clinio, a study of preinvasive duct carcinoma of the breast was presented. This article is being written to add to the total number of cases in the literature of this rarely found condition, to offer what we consider to be an important...
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