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  • Du Toit D.F.   Warren B.L. (1986)
    A congenital choledochal cyst presented as an upper abdominal mass in a non-jaundiced woman; at laparotomy total cystectomy was performed and biliary enteric continuity re-established by a hepaticojejunostomy Roux-en-Y ...
  • Du Toit D.F.   Van Schalkwyk P.   Laker L. (1985)
    A patient with a liver abscess and underlying polycystic renal and liver disease is described. The liver abscess was diagnosed on the clinical findings and accurately localized by ultrasonography. Tube drainage and antibiotic ...
  • Dada M.A. (1995)
    Laryngeal cysts are relatively uncommon and account for about five per cent of benign laryngeal lesions. The commonest location is the epiglottis. Pathologically these lesions may be divided into epithelial, tonsillar or ...
  • Rutherfoord G.S.   Marus G. (1987)
    Four patients (two male and two female) underwent surgery for the removal of tumors with clinical and radiographic features typical of a meningioma. Despite an incorrect intraoperative frozen section diagnosis in two cases, ...