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Stab wounds associated with hematuria: A review of 67 cases
The clinical records of 67 patients who underwent surgical exploration for stab wounds associated with hematuria were reviewed in an attempt to evaluate the need for mandatory operation and to define criteria for possible ...
Relative fetal hypoxia as a contributing factor to fetal macrosomia in diabetic pregnancy
It has been shown that the initial increase in fetal size in the macrosomic neonates of diabetic mothers occurs after approximately 26 weeks gestation, and that a further more dramatic increase occurs at approximately 34 ...
Functional classification of chronic airflow limitation based on flow-volume and single-breath nitrogen washout criteria
A simple means of functional classification of the individual patient has been devised. The performance of a forced flow-volume manoeuvre in concert with a single-breath nitrogen washout procedure in 54 comprehensively ...