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September 14, 2016: Zhonghua Xue Ye Xue za Zhi, Zhonghua Xueyexue Zazhi
A M Adeshina, R Hashim, N E A Khalid, S Z Z Abidin
In the medical diagnosis and treatment planning, radiologists and surgeons rely heavily on the slices produced by medical imaging devices. Unfortunately, these image scanners could only present the 3-D human anatomical structure in 2-D. Traditionally, this requires medical professional concerned to study and analyze the 2-D images based on their expert experience. This is tedious, time consuming and prone to error; expecially when certain features are occluding the desired region of interest. Reconstruction procedures was earlier proposed to handle such situation...
March 2013: Interdisciplinary Sciences, Computational Life Sciences
J Sánchez, J Coll-Cantí, A Ariza, A Olivé, A Cuixart, J Teixidó
INTRODUCTION: Peripheral neuropathy is usually one of the initial symptoms of necrotizing vasculitis. Early diagnosis is essential for good prognosis. OBJECTIVE: To determine which parameters are useful for early diagnosis and selection of tissue for biopsy. PATIENTS AND METHODS: We analyzed the clinical, biological, electromyographic and anatomopathological characteristics of 26 patients with necrotizing vasculitis and peripheral neuropathy...
December 1, 2001: Revista de Neurologia
C E Grossi, A Zicca, A Leprini, A Cadoni, V Pistoia, M Ferrarini
Malignant lymphocytes from 30 B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia (B-CLL) patients were studied for the cytochemical localization of two acid hydrolases, alpha-naphthyl acetate esterase (ANAE) and acid phosphatase (AT). The large majority of the cells stained for both ANAE and AP in 7 cases, for AP only in 18 cases, and were negative for both the enzymes in 5 cases. Ultrastructural analysis revealed that the cells that displayed more mature morphological features, such as well developed smooth and rough membrane compartments, were those positive for acid hydrolases...
July 1982: Blood
A Morini, A Traldi, E Sternieri
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September 1964: Clinica Europea
G Danieli
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February 1967: Giornale di Clinica Medica
F Invernizzi, R Cattaneo, F Fantini, M Ciconali
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December 1967: Recenti Progressi in Medicina
O J Martelo, D R Schultz, V Pardo, E Perez-stable
A patient with Walderström macroglobulinemia associated with nephrotic syndrome is described. Serum cryoglobulin and rheumatoid factor were absent. Intramembranous electron-dense deposits were demonstrated in kidney biopsy material by electron microscopy. Deposits of immunoglobulin G (IgG), M (IgM) and the third component of complement (C3) were identified in kidney biopsy tissue by immunofluorescent staining methods. The serum immunoglobulins were characterized by chromatographic and immunochemical methods and showed a monocional IgM-K, IgG-K and gamma-chain piece of undefined structure...
April 1975: American Journal of Medicine
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