Results The most presented clinical symptoms and signs in descending order were fever(41/41,100%),symptosis(41/41,100%),anemia(38/41,92.7%),skin rash(30/41,73.2%),cough(25/41,60.9%)and lymphadenopathy(22/41,53.7%).
However, the clinical symptoms of ALL are more serious than those of LMCL. The incidences of fever, hemorrhage and anemia in ALL group and LMCL group were 45.7％, 21.0％, 84.8％ and 26.6％ (P<0.05), 8.9％ (P<0.05), 41.7％ (P<0.001) respectively.
Clinical manifestations and outcomes in severe ulcerative colitis
In order to evaluate the clinical manifestations and outcomes of severe ulcerative colitis (UC), we retrospectively reviewed 41 patients with severe UC from 144 consecutively hospitalized UC cases from 1988 to 2004.
The ARVC, usually presenting with different clinical manifestations and pathological changes, were mainly seen in young men and is one of the main causes of sudden death in the young.
Intrahemispheric coherence of the EEG depending on clinical manifestations of temporal epilepsy in children
Significant interhemispheric differences in coherence dependent on clinical manifestations of the disease were detected.
The frequencies of mutations, loss of heterozygosity, and methylation did not correlate with clinical features of CCRC or pathological characteristics of the tumor.
These disorders are characterized by a wide inter- and intrafamiliar variation in clinical features.
Clinical features of chronic hepatitis B patients with YMDD mutation after lamivudine therapy
Objective: To study the clinical features of chronic hepatitis B (CHB) patients with tyrosine-methionine-aspartate-aspartate (YMDD) mutation after lamivudine therapy.
Methods: Clinical features, results of electromyography, electroencephalography (EEG), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) examination were studied to clarify the characteristics of this syndrome.
Each was determined by drug history, clinical symptoms and signs, laboratory tests and therapeutic effects.
Here we report the results of molecular genetic examination of four Russian patients with AIP diagnosed from clinical symptoms.
The frequencies of two mutations associated with the development of clinical symptoms upon infection with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) were determined in a cohort of individuals from Moscow.
DNA was extracted from blood leukocytes of the women affected with breast cancer (N = 151) and of the women with no clinical symptoms of tumor diseases (N = 191).
Objective: To examine changes of blood oxidative-antiovidative level in schizophrenic patients and its relationship with clinical symptoms.