2 edition of hitherto undescribed disease of the ovary found in the catalog.
hitherto undescribed disease of the ovary
Mary Amanda Dixon Jones
|Other titles||Disease of the ovary.|
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that ovarian extracts had androgenic properties, systematic studies on the role of the ovary as a source of excessive androgen production in the polycystic ovary syndrome have been carried out only during the last decade. The most From the Department of Endocrinology, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Ga. Each of three families of northern European origin contains a mentally retarded son with hemoglobin H (Hb H) disease. One parent is a carrier of mild alpha-thalassemia and the other is normal, suggesting that this form of Hb H disease results from the interaction between an inherited defect of alpha-chain production and one member of the pair in chromosome 16 and . The aim of this study was to compare the effects of conventional insemination (in vitro fertilization [IVF]) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) on the fertilization, developmental competence, implantation potential, and clinical pregnancy rate of embryos derived from in vitro matured oocytes of patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).A prospective study was carried .
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POLANI PE, HUNTER WF, LENNOX B. Chromosomal sex in Turner's syndrome with coarctation of the aorta. Lancet. Jul 17; ()– RUSSELL A, LEVIN B, WILMERS M.
The webbing syndrome (Ullrich-Turner) with and without gonadal agenesis: chromosomal sex typing by skin cell or leucocyte examination in by: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
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R A.E., B, vii, 17, etc.], and describes experiments in Scotland undertaken to determine whether ticks (Ixodes ricinus, L.) can cause in sheep a febrile reaction not due to this disease and, if hitherto undescribed disease of the ovary book, whether it is due to irritation or an infective agent [cf.
xx,].Cited by: A hitherto undescribed disease characterized anatomically by deposits of fat and fatty acids in the intestinal and mesenteric lymphatic tissues. [George Hoyt Whipple] -- The first description of an unknown disease he called lipodystrophia intestinalis because there were abnormal lipid deposits in the small intestine wall.
This condition affected ducks three days to three weeks old. Losses varied from %. Affected ducks became dull and tended to fall over on their sides and kick spasmodically. A virus was isolated which when inoculated into developing chick embryos produced retardation of growth, generalized oedema and death of the embryo.
The virus did not agglutinate red by: "TICK-BORNE. FEVER". Hitherto. Undescribed. Disease. Sheep.). GORDON. BROWNLEE. WILSON. and. MACLEOD. From. the. by: Whipple GH () A hitherto undescribed disease characterized anatomically by deposits of fat and fatty acids in the intestinal and mesenteric lymphatic tissues.
Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp Google ScholarAuthor: Armando Rossi, Giorgio Rossi. Ductal plate malformation, which is an embryonic anomaly of intrahepatic bile ducts, causes several types of congenital liver diseases, such as von Meyenburg complex (microhamartoma), congenital hepatic fibrosis, Caroli's disease, and mesenchymal hamartoma.
Most of them diffusely involve the liver, although von Meyenburg complex or mesenchymal hamartoma Cited by: Download Citation | On Jan 1,Lauren E.
Schwartz and others published Nonspecific Tumors of the Ovary, Including Mesenchymal Tumors | Find, read and cite. OVARIAN TUMORS • About 80% are benign • Benign and borderline tumors occur at 20‐45 years of age. • Malignant tumors are more common in older women, between the ages of 45 and 65 years.
• Most ovarian cancers are detected when they have spread beyond the ovary File Size: 1MB. An account of the discovery of a hitherto undescribed infective disease occurring among the population of Rangoon.
Whitmore identified Burkholderia pseudomallei, the causative agent of melioidosis (also known as "Whitmore's hitherto undescribed disease of the ovary book in opium addicts in Rangoon in Halle 1) A hitherto undescribed disease of the ovary. New York medical JournalCited by: 7. Syndrome of non-tropical sprue with hitherto undescribed lesion of the intestine.
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Abstract Ten cases of a distinctive, hitherto undescribed type of benign ovarian stromal tumor are reported. These tumors occurred predominantly in the second and third decades and appeared to be w Cited by: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common and multifactorial disease associated with female factor infertility.
Ulmus minor bark (UMB) is one. This paper is an account of an investigation into the identity of a hitherto undescribed mosaic disease of President potato.
Both a mild and a severe form of the disease were observed, but both forms were characterized by a yellow mottling not found in the previously reported potato mild form of the disease has been shown to be caused by a Cited by: 2.
We report 3 cases of a hitherto undescribed ovarian tumor histologically and immunohistochemically identical to pancreatic solid pseudopapillary neoplasms. The patients were a 21, and 57 years of age.
Two tumors involved the left ovary and 1 the right ovary. They ranged from 3 to cm and were confined to the ovary. We report 3 cases of a hitherto undescribed ovarian tumor histologically and immunohistochemically identical to pancreatic solid pseudopapillary neoplasms.
The patients were a 21, and 57 years of age. Two tumors involved the left ovary and 1 the right ovary. They ranged from 3 to cm and were confined to the ovary.
Whipple GH. “A hitherto undescribed disease characterized anatomically by deposits of fat and fatty acids in the intestinal and mesenteric lymphatic tissues.” Bull.
Johns Hopkins Hosp. ; – Fenollar F, Puéchal X, Raoult D. “Whipple’s Disease.” N Engl. Twenty-five cases of ovarian enlargement secondary to massive edema, to a hitherto undescribed lesion that we have designated fibromatosis, or to both processes were reviewed to explore the possibility of a relation between them.
The patients ranged in age from 13 to Cited by: However, there is data to suggest an association between Libman–Sacks endocarditis and a higher risk for embolic cerebrovascular disease in people with systemic lupus erythematosus Specialty: Rheumatology.
Ten cases of a distinctive, hitherto undescribed type of benign ovarian stromal tumor are reported. These tumors occurred predominantly in the second and third decades and appeared to be without function.
Bilateral virilizing sclerosing stromal tumours of the ovary in a pregnant woman with Gorlin's syndrome: implications for pathogenesis of Cited by: DURING recent investigations in the Belgian Congo I came across what is apparently a hitherto undescribed wilt disease of the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis).
Palms of 4–20 years of age have been Cited by: Publisher Information: Libman, Emanuel and Benjamin Sacks A hitherto undescribed form of valvular and mural endocarditis. Offprint from Transactions of the Association of American Physicians 38 14pp.
Six patients with diabetic neuropathy are reported who conform to a hitherto undescribed syndrome. The two outstanding symptoms, namely profound weight loss and severe pain, led to the admitting diagnosis of metastatic carcinoma or carcinomatous neuropathy in each case. The patients were all males, chiefly in the sixth decade of life, had bilateral Cited by: Endometriosis is a condition in which tissues lining the uterus (endometrial stroma and gland) grows abnormally beyond the uterus that may become quite painful.
In simpler terms, it means that the tissue lining the uterus develops in different parts outside of it. It can be either at ovary, fallopian tubes, or peritoneal lty: Gynecology. A hitherto undescribed disease characterised anatomically by deposits of fat and fatty acids in the intestinal and mesenteric lymphatic tissues.
Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp ; Deriban G, Marth T. Current concepts of immunopathogenesis, diagnosis and therapy in Whipple's disease. Ectromelia virus (ECTV) is a virus of the family Poxviridae and the genus Orthopoxvirus that causes mousepox, a disease of has only been seen in mouse colonies kept for research purposes but believed that wild populations of mice and other rodents in Europe are naturally infected with : Poxviridae.
Lepidoptera of the Congo: Being a Systematic List of the Butterflies and Moths Collected by the American Museum of Natural History Congo Expedition, Together With Descriptions of Some Hitherto Undescribed Species (), by W.
Holland (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Mammals -- Classification. Herein reported is a case of inflammatory pseudotumor (IPT) of kidney. It is not described in WHO, AFIP, and other books.
A review of the literature revealed about 35 cases. A year-old man underwent nephrectomy under clinical diagnosis of renal pelvic carcinoma. Grossly, a solid tumor was seen in renal parenchyma. Microscopically, it was composed of spindle cell tissue Author: Tadashi Terada.
apparently undescribed in the literature, and which forms the subject of the following report. Case 1 This patient, a was referred on account of primary amenorrhoea. The mother and father are normal, and there is a normal sister, agedwhose menarche occurred at about 15 and whose menstruation has remained by: Swyer’s syndrome is a rare endocrinologic disorder characterized by ovarian failure, high gonadotropins, infantile uterus, primary or secondary amenorrhea, normal or high stature, and the presence of 46 XY chromosomes.
Scully [63 called. Other aspects of endometrioid carcinoma discussed are its immunoprofile, grading, cervical involvement (including a hitherto undescribed “burrowing” pattern of extension within the cervix that can result in underdiagnosis of stage IIB disease), carcinoma arising in the lower uterine segment, carcinoma arising in polyps and adenomyomas Cited by: Data are presented as fold induction above the level obtained for the luciferase reporter without co-transfected transcription factor.
Yemenite deaf-blind hypopigmentation syndrome is a condition caused by a mutation on the SRY-related HMG-box gene 10 (not SOX10).It was characterized inafter being seen in two siblings from Yemen who presented with a "hitherto undescribed. A case of intestinal lipodystrophy (Whipple's disease) was reported in a Negress—the first published case in the Negro race.
The diagnosis was made by transoral jejunal biopsy with an intestinal biopsy (Crosby) capsule and was later confirmed by Cited by: 6.
In a study among Holstein calves published in the scientific journal BMC Genetics they have discovered a hitherto undescribed disease among animals - a facial deformation they have chosen to call. Whipple disease is a rare infectious multisystem disorder caused by the actinobacteria Tropheryma whipplei.
The incidence of Whipple disease is not truly known, one Swiss study estimated it at approximately 1 per million per year 7. The peak age for presentation is in the fifth decade of life. Caucasians are most often affected, and men are. I have already 1 reported 8 cases of an infectious disease hitherto undescribed in text-books or the literature.
Since contributing that study, through the kindness of the authors, I have found two articles which report an analogous fever. 2 These reports, however, are very obscure and incomplete.
They make no mention of important tests in order to exclude the Author: Leonard K. Hirshberg. Whipple disease is a rare infection caused by the bacterium Tropheryma ts usually present with gastrointestinal symptoms or migratory arthralgias.
Although symptomatic central nervous system (CNS) involvement frequently occurs, Whipple disease confined to the CNS is by: Both microRNAs presumably regulate also the synthesis of steroid hormones in the ovary, which affect, in addition to the ovary, also the functioning of other tissues - the endometrium, adipose.undescribed definition: Adjective (not comparable) 1.
Not described 2. Not previously known to science.