Seventeen cases of infratentorial mass lesions (excluding abscesses) in children are reviewed.
A non-invasive method for evaluation of regional and global ventricular function by ECG-gated radionuclide blood pool imaging was developed.
Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)-positive blood meals were fed to a colony of the common bedbug (Cimex lectularius L) in a series of 5 experiments.
The spinolaminar line is an important anatomical landmark easily visualized on the lateral radiograph of the cervical spine.
The clinical pharmacology of theophylline in both adult and paediatric practice is reviewed.
The effectiveness of a 20% solution of mannitol-bisacodyl for oral use in preparing patients for barium enemas was investigated, in an investigator-blind control situation.
Resection for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is being performed with decreasing mortality and morbidity.
An elderly woman presented with a postoperative bleeding problem, and a presumptive diagnosis of factor XIII (fibrin-stabilizing factor) deficiency was made.
Large-bowel bleeding usually arises from either angiodysplasia or colonic diverticula.