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22021. Assignment of the locus for PLO-SL, a frontal-lobe dementia with bone cysts, to 19q13. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Assignment of the locus for PLO-SL, a frontal-lobe dementia with bone cysts, to 19q13. PLO-SL (polycystic lipomembranous osteodysplasia with sclerosing leukoencephalopathy) is a recessively inherited disorder characterized by systemic bone cysts and progressive presenile frontal-lobe dementia, resulting in death at <50 years of age. Since the 1960s, approximately 160 cases have been reported, mainly in Japan and Finland. The pathogenesis of the disease is unknown. In this article, we report

1998 American Journal of Human Genetics

22022. Parathyroid cyst: an uncommon cause of a palpable neck mass and hypercalcemia. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Parathyroid cyst: an uncommon cause of a palpable neck mass and hypercalcemia. 10063401 1999 03 09 2018 11 13 0093-0415 170 2 1999 Feb The Western journal of medicine West. J. Med. Parathyroid cyst: an uncommon cause of a palpable neck mass and hypercalcemia. 118-20 Pinney S P SP Department of Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts 02215, USA. Daly P A PA eng Case Reports Journal Article United States West J Med 0410504 0093-0415 AIM IM Aged Biopsy (...) , Needle Cysts complications pathology Diagnosis, Differential Humans Hypercalcemia etiology Male Neck pathology Parathyroid Diseases complications pathology 1999 3 4 1999 3 4 0 1 1999 3 4 0 0 ppublish 10063401 PMC1305454 Am J Pathol. 1935 Jan;11(1):1-72.17 19970186 J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1995 Oct;80(10):2866-8 7559866 Acta Cytol. 1991 Jul-Aug;35(4):447-50 1927181 Arch Pathol Lab Med. 1981 Sep;105(9):497-9 6895024 J Endocrinol Invest. 1989 Dec;12(11):831-6 2614019 Ann Intern Med. 1989 Feb 15;110(4

1999 Western Journal of Medicine

22023. Surgical Management of Calcified Hydatid Cysts of the Liver Full Text available with Trip Pro

Surgical Management of Calcified Hydatid Cysts of the Liver Hydatid disease of the liver is still a major cause of morbidity in Greece. Beside the common complications of rupture and suppuration, calcification of the hepatic cysts represent a not well studied, less frequent and sometimes difficult surgical problem. In the present study 75 cases with calcified symptomatic liver echinococcosis were operated on in the 1st Propedeutic Surgical Clinic between 1964 to 1996. Twenty-eight patients were (...) a period of time, a second operation with easy, removal of most of the calcareous wall plaques was performed. The mortality rate was 2%. Our results could be considered satisfactory. In the calcified parasitic cysts of the liver the proposed technique is cystopericystectomy. An alternative procedure is pericystectomy and drainage with a "planned" reoperation with a bloodless, due to intervening inflammation, chiseling of the calcification.

1999 HPB Surgery

22024. The Real Incidence of Extracapsular (Satellite) Cysts of Liver Echinococcus Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Real Incidence of Extracapsular (Satellite) Cysts of Liver Echinococcus The presence of extracapsular (Satellite) cysts in liver echinococcus granulosus is known for many years. In one of our previous studies of radiological (CT) material they were found to be present in 16% of cases.In the present study the operative findings, in cases of total capsectomy (cystopericystectomy) or partial lobectomy are presented.The real incidence of these cysts in operative specimens was as high as 29,5 (...) %. They were present in 15 out of 51 totally excised cysts.We conclude that satellite cysts are present more often than they are radiologically detected. As they can be incriminated as a cause of recurrence of the disease they must be excised en block with the main parasitic cysts, by means of more radical procedures such as cystopericystectomy or partial hepatectomy, whenever it is feasible.

1999 HPB Surgery

22025. Cervical spinal arachnoid cyst in a dog. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Cervical spinal arachnoid cyst in a dog. An 18-month-old, intact male Akita presented with a 12-month history of progressive ataxia, hypermetria, and loss of conscious proprioception of the thoracic and pelvic limbs. Neurological examination and myelography localized a lesion at cervical vertebrae 1 and 2 consistent with an arachnoid cyst. Hemilaminectomy and cyst fenestration led to virtually full recovery.

2000 The Canadian Veterinary Journal

22026. Intradural spinal arachnoid cyst in a dog. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Intradural spinal arachnoid cyst in a dog. An 8-month-old, spayed female dog was presented with signs localizing a neurologic lesion between the 3rd thoracic and 3rd lumbar vertebrae. An arachnoid cyst was diagnosed by myelography, and a dorsal laminectomy with durotomy was performed. The dog continues to do well 1-1/2 year after surgery.

1999 The Canadian Veterinary Journal

22027. Papillary carcinoma in a thyroglossal cyst: report of a case and review of literature Full Text available with Trip Pro

Papillary carcinoma in a thyroglossal cyst: report of a case and review of literature A 29-years old male presenting with a midline neck swelling four centimetres in diameter of one years duration was diagnosed to have a thyroglossal cyst. He underwent a Sistrunk's operation. Histological examination of the specimen revealed a papillary thyroid carcinoma limited to the cyst wall. The thyroid scan was normal indicating no further need for surgery. The patient has been on suppressive therapy

1999 Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery

22028. Musculoskeletal images. Aneurysmal bone cyst of pelvis Full Text available with Trip Pro

Musculoskeletal images. Aneurysmal bone cyst of pelvis 10593238 1999 12 17 2013 11 01 0008-428X 42 6 1999 Dec Canadian journal of surgery. Journal canadien de chirurgie Can J Surg Musculoskeletal images. Aneurysmal bone cyst of pelvis. 411-2 Cheah H K HK Department of Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ont. Griffin A M AM White L M LM eng Case Reports Journal Article Canada Can J Surg 0372715 0008-428X IM Acetabulum injuries pathology surgery Adult Athletic Injuries diagnosis surgery Bone (...) Cysts, Aneurysmal diagnosis surgery Diagnostic Imaging Embolization, Therapeutic Humans Male Pubic Bone injuries surgery Skiing injuries 1999 12 11 1999 12 11 0 1 1999 12 11 0 0 ppublish 10593238 PMC3795127

1999 Canadian Journal of Surgery

22029. Surgery for Deeply Located Hydatid Cysts of the Liver: A Simple Alternative Full Text available with Trip Pro

Surgery for Deeply Located Hydatid Cysts of the Liver: A Simple Alternative Gaining access to deeply located hydatid cysts of the liver using conventional surgical techniques may be accompanied by significant intra- and postoperative complications. In addition, obliteration of the cyst cavity is still a matter of controversy. We developed a novel method for easy access to deep hydatid cysts using a water jet dissector (Parenchimotom 01, TOSA, Pleven, Bulgaria). At pressure of 20 Bar using a 0.2 (...) mm nozzle, a corridor is created through the liver parenchyma overlying the cyst; vessels and biliary duct are thus clearly displayed as linear structures traversing the corridor and are ligated and divided under direct visual control. The fibrous capsule of the cyst is spared by the jet. Following endocystectomy performed in the ordinary manner, the cyst cavity is filled with gelatin sponge; a passive tube drain is placed in contact with the liver incision. In allowing for a selective dissection

2000 HPB Surgery

22030. Spontaneous remission of a solitary intraspinal synovial cyst of the lumbar spine Full Text available with Trip Pro

Spontaneous remission of a solitary intraspinal synovial cyst of the lumbar spine We report on a 15-year-old boy in whom a spontaneous remission of a symptomatic synovial cyst, possibly emanating from the L4-5 facet joint, was noted. The medical history suggested that sport-related overactivity and/or minor trauma was the underlying cause. Conservative treatment for several months may be one treatment option if the cyst wall is not calcified and the symptoms and signs related to radiculopathy

2000 European Spine Journal

22031. Giant dentigerous cyst Full Text available with Trip Pro

Giant dentigerous cyst Dentigerous cyst - a cyst of dental origin, though common in lower jaw is relatively uncommon in upper jaw. Here a 14 years, F, presented with huge swelling of unilateral maxilla and clinicoradiologically diagnosed as dentigerous cyst is being reported along with brief review of literature.

1999 Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery

22032. Vacuoliting Megalencephalic Leukoencephalopathy with Subcortical Cysts, Mapped to Chromosome 22qtel Full Text available with Trip Pro

Vacuoliting Megalencephalic Leukoencephalopathy with Subcortical Cysts, Mapped to Chromosome 22qtel The leukodystrophies form a complex group of orphan genetic disorders that primarily affect myelin, the main constituent of the brain white matter. Among the leukodystrophies of undetermined etiology, a new clinical entity called "vacuoliting megalencephalic leukoencephalopathy" (VL) was recently recognized. VL is characterized by diffuse swelling of the white matter, large subcortical cysts

2000 American Journal of Human Genetics

22033. Multiple extra-articular synovial cyst formation: case report and review of the literature Full Text available with Trip Pro

Multiple extra-articular synovial cyst formation: case report and review of the literature To investigate the clinical manifestations and the treatment strategy of a very rare entity of disease manifesting as multiple extra-articular cystic synovitis with recurrent polyarthralgia.A 47 year old male patient with multiple extra-articular synovial cysts was followed up prospectively for 13 years. The clinical manifestations and response to various treatments were recorded. Comparisons are made (...) among the five reported cases (including the present case).Multiple synovial cysts over the tendon sheath and bursae appeared successively with and without antecedent growth of nodules during 13 years of follow up. Although polyarthralgia and high titred rheumatoid factor persisted throughout the course, there were no roentgenographical changes of joints specific to rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The synovial cysts and arthralgia failed to respond to any of the disease modifying anti-rheumatic drugs

1998 Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases

22034. Surgical treatment of hydatid cysts of the heart: a report of 3 cases and a review of the literature Full Text available with Trip Pro

Surgical treatment of hydatid cysts of the heart: a report of 3 cases and a review of the literature Because the clinical signs and symptoms of cardiac hydatid cyst are nonspecific and highly variable, this disease may be difficult to diagnose. In this report, the cases of 3 patients with cardiac hydatid cysts located in the subepicardium are presented. In 2 of the patients the diagnosis was erroneous, and they were operated on for pulmonary hydatid cyst and acute abdomen in provincial (...) hospitals before transfer to our institution. One patient who had an intrapericardially ruptured cardiac hydatid cyst presented with the clinical features of an acute abdomen. A patient with 4 subepicardial cysts had undergone surgery for a cardiac hydatid cyst 10 years before presenting at our hospital. The perforated cyst in this patient was excised while the heart was beating; the 2 other patients were operated on with extracorporeal circulation. The epidemiologic and pathologic features, clinical

1998 Canadian Journal of Surgery

22035. Vertebral hydatid cyst infection (Echinococcus granulosus): a case report Full Text available with Trip Pro

Vertebral hydatid cyst infection (Echinococcus granulosus): a case report Spinal echinococcosis is a rare but serious condition. Within bone tissue hydatid cysts enlarge by daughter cyst formation. The value of drug treatment in bone echinococcosis is questionable. The aim of surgery is therefore removal of all the cysts. The best way to achieve this is at the first operation early in the progress of the disease. An anterior or circumferential approach is generally required to give

1998 European Spine Journal

22036. Bile duct cysts in adults: a multi-institutional retrospective study. French Associations for Surgical Research. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Bile duct cysts in adults: a multi-institutional retrospective study. French Associations for Surgical Research. To review the features of adult patients undergoing surgery for bile duct cysts, focusing on the anatomy of the biliary tree as well as the long-term outcome.Bile duct cysts (BDCs) are uncommon in Western countries, and the majority of reported cases originate from Asia. Japanese authors have emphasized the frequent association of extra- and intrahepatic bile duct dilatations (...) , but grading of patients based on Todani's classification is often hindered by the absence of an accurate definition of types IC and IVA cysts. Moreover, despite the increasing use of extrahepatic cyst excision, little is known about the long-term outcome in patients with intrahepatic bile duct involvement.Forty-two adult patients with BDC were treated between 1980 and 1992 in 17 institutions of the French Associations for Surgical Research. Clinical presentation, radiologic presurgical evaluation

1998 Annals of Surgery

22037. Duplication cyst of the antrum: a case report Full Text available with Trip Pro

Duplication cyst of the antrum: a case report Gastrointestinal duplication is a rare congenital anomaly. Although it usually presents within the first few years of life, it may appear much later as described in this report of a 19-year-old man who had symptoms of gastric outlet obstruction. He was found to have a noncommunicating antral duplication cyst. The cyst was managed by antrectomy with excision of the cyst and several centimetres of duodenum. Microscopically the duplication cyst (...) contained a mucosa, submucosa and muscularis. There was no evidence of ulceration or malignant cells. His recovery was smooth. The etiology, presentation and management of antral duplication cysts causing gastric outlet obstruction are discussed.

1998 Canadian Journal of Surgery

22038. Paranasal sinus cyst as a cause of stridor in a standardbred colt. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Paranasal sinus cyst as a cause of stridor in a standardbred colt. Sinus cysts are epithelium-lined, fluid-filled cavities that can occur in the paranasal sinuses of horses. Extensive damage to the permanent tooth buds was a significant feature in this case. The sequellae of these abnormalities, although not apparent at the time of presentation, remain an important consideration for prognosis.

1999 The Canadian Veterinary Journal

22039. Scolicidal Agents in Hydatid Cyst Surgery Full Text available with Trip Pro

Scolicidal Agents in Hydatid Cyst Surgery Injecting scolicidal solutions into the hydatid cyst and packing the operative field with sponges soaked in scolicidal agents have been used to avoid dissemination of the parasite during surgery. In the first part of this invitro study, we tried to determine the scolicidal property of various agents in different concentrations and exposure times. In the second part, we tested whether sponges soaked in different type and concentrations of scolicidal (...) agents have any role beyond being a mechanical barrier. 20% saline, 3% hydrogen peroxide, 1.5% cetrimide-0.15% chlorhexidine (10% Savlon), 95% ethyl alcohol, 10% polyvinylpirrolidone-iodine (Betadine) and their further dilutions were used in this study. Protoscoleces were obtained from the cyst containing livers of the sheep and viability was determined with dye-uptake (0.1% Eosin) and flame cell activity. Savlon was found to be the least concentration dependent scolicidal agent among those studied

1998 HPB Surgery

22040. Choroid plexus cysts and aneuploidy. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Choroid plexus cysts and aneuploidy. The association of choroid plexus cysts with fetal aneuploidy, particularly trisomy 18, was first noted in 1986. Through the years there have been numerous reports on this subject, but no consensus has been reached with regard to chromosomal risk. In this review, we attempt to summarise published reports on second trimester choroid plexus cysts, with an emphasis on the strengths and weaknesses of each report. Based on these reports, additional malformations (...) are a significant risk factor for aneuploidy and an indication for determination of fetal karyotype. The management of isolated choroid plexus cysts remains controversial.

1998 Journal of Medical Genetics

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