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Subtypes of acute postinfectious glomerulonephritis: A clinico-pathological correlation
The case records and histopathology of 42 adults with the characteristic light and electron microscopic features of Acute Postinfectious Glomerulonephritis (APGN) were studied. The biopsies were divided into three subtypes ...
A survey of dental practice and equipment characteristics.
The aim of this study was to determine what would be regarded as essential equipment required for setting up a dental practice and the cost thereof. This information could be useful for the newly qualified dentist. Seventy ...
A retrospective analysis of alcohol in medicolegal postmortems over a period of five years
Violence and violent death are everyday events in present-day South Africa. Although this phenomenon may be attributed in great part to the sociopolitical environment, the single most important underlying common factor is ...
Laparoscopy for the non-palpable testis - Look before you cut!
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Localized loss of the infrabronchial descending aortic interface as a normal variant
Localized loss of the aortic interface may occur as a normal variant or may be due to an adjacent mass or opacification. The former category is divided into four types depending on position and length of loss of interface. ...
Increasing role of angiography and segmental artery embolization in the management of renal stab wounds
During a 5-year period 93 patients with stab wounds involving the upper urinary tract were treated. Of these patients 79 were treated initially at our department (group 1) and 14 were referred with complications after ...
Skin conditions in epileptics
The prevalence of skin and mucous membrane conditions occurring in 173 epileptics between the ages of 6 and 19 years was compared with that of an age-matched group of 211 non-epileptics. The most frequently used anticonvulsants, ...