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Subject. A 27-year-old Hispanic male with clinical manifestation of
neurofibromatosis type 1 developed chronic constipation and urination difficulty along with
recently increased abdominal bloating and anorexia. He also noted 40 lbs weight loss
Purpose. To assess the effectiveness of Ir-192 interstitial brachytherapy
as an adjunct to wide local excision as a functionsaving strategy for soft tissue sarcomas.Subjects and methods. From September 1993 to April 1998, 20
Purpose. The purpose of this study was to evaluate: (1) the correlation
between grade and ploidy or S-phase fraction (SPF), (2) the prognostic value of DNA flow
cytometric study in soft tissue sarcomas.Patients /Methods. In all, 47 tissue samples from...
Purpose Paget' s osteosarcoma has a fearful reputation with a quoted survival of at best 5% at 5 years.We therefore reviewed our experience of 26 patients treated
over the last 25 years using modern staging and limb salvage techniques to see if there had been any...
Purpose. Deep fibromatoses are large, often rapidly growing
but benign soft tissue tumours. Although surgery is the mainstay of treatment, in
unremitting and aggressive cases the use of cytotoxic chemotherapy may produce
objective tumour responses....
Purpose. The prognosis of advanced soft tissue sarcoma is poor, only
a few drugs showing some activity with response rates around 15– 25%. Consequently drug
development seems mandatory to improve treatment outcome. Following previous...
Background. The origin of Ewing's sarcoma in a periosteal location is
rare and not clearly documented. Other malignant bone tumors appear to have a
somewhat better prognosis when confined between periosteum and bone. Is it the...
Knowledge of the appearances of normal bone marrow, metastases involving marrow,
and therapy-related marrow changes shown by MR imaging is necessary in order to avoid
misdiagnosis. This article reviews MR imaging techniques and the findings that allow...
Introduction and purpose. Primary Ewing's sarcoma arising from the
bones of the head and neck region is extremely rare representing only 1– 4% of all Ewing's
sarcoma cases. Previous reports suggest a better prognosis for that particular...
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