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R M Paredes Esteban, B Velasco Sánchez, J M Martínez-Victoria Muñoz, C Cuevas, M García Ruiz
We present 2-year-old patient with a allopecia lesions in scalp, and clinique diagnostic of Cutis Aplasia. The anatomopathologic study have diagnosed the lesions as Acquired Progressive Lymphangioma (APL). Is a rare vascular tumour that has a tendency to appear in childhood an to progress slowly over the years. It could present as a solitary erythematous macule or plaque and a simple excision is usually curative. Our patient is the youngest reported in the literature.
October 2000: Cirugía Pediátrica: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Cirugía Pediátrica
M Kimura, T Koida, Y Yanagita
A phase II trial has demonstrated that paclitaxel (210 mg/m2/3 hr) showed a 33.3% response rate among anthracycline-resistant breast cancer patients in Japan. Recently, weekly dosing of paclitaxel has been demonstrated to be a well-tolerated, feasible and effective administration schedule. Standard premedication is commonly administered prior to treatment with paclitaxel. However, this regimen requires dexamethasone administration beginning at 12 to 14 hours prior to paclitaxel, which would not be convenient for outpatients...
October 2000: Gan to Kagaku Ryoho. Cancer & Chemotherapy
D C Gulba
In todays medicine, anticoagulant drugs like heparin and coumadin derivatives have become indispensable for the treatment of thrombo-embolic diseases. Heparin, consisting of long poly-sulfated polysaccharide chains of variable length and sequences is mostly derived from porcine mucosa. Its bioavailability by other than the parenteral way of administration is almost negligible. Therefore, with only few exceptions, it is almost exclusively applied in hospitalized patients (short-term therapy) or to bridge 2 phases of treatment with oral anticoagulant drugs...
February 1996: Herz
M Kimura, S Hagiwara, K Hirose, Y Shimokawa, K Iwai, K Uemura
We reported 2 cases of breast cancer with lymph node metastasis treated with CAF (cyclophosphamide, adriamycin, 5-fluorouracil) and medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA). Case 1 was stage IV [T4b, N3 M1 (lung)] and case 2 was stage IIIa (T1, N2, M0). The two cases responded well to CAF and MPA therapy in local and systemic lesions, and then underwent radiotherapy and lymph node resection without mastectomy. After these treatments, both cases were thought to be disease-free. Major side effects were allopecia, obesity, and leukopenia...
October 1994: Gan to Kagaku Ryoho. Cancer & Chemotherapy
P Meusers, H Heidemann, C Lunscken, M Uppenkamp, P Zou, G Brittinger
High dose Cytarabin in relapsed and refractory acute leukaemia. High dose cytarabin can be very effective for the treatment of acute leukaemia resistent to conventional cytarabin doses. Therefore 10 patients (6 males, 4 females) with ages ranging from 18 to 58 years (median: 34 years) refractory to conventional induction therapy were treated with 1 hour infusions of high dose cytarabin (3 g/m2 q 12 h for 6 days) 2 patients got additional 20 mg/m2 doxorubicin on days 7 to 9. According to this treatment, in 5 of the 10 patients complete remissions could be achieved...
February 1985: Onkologie
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