The tumors involved in this group were giant cell tumor, synviosarcoma, bone cyst, osteochondroma, osteoblastoma, osteofibrosarcoma, osteosarcoma, chondrosarcoma, parosteosarcoma and malignant giant cell tumor.
As the biggest peripheral lymhatic organ in human body, spleen plays an important role in immunological functions. So, from the views of modern surgery, rupture of spleen by trauma or benign pathological changes (such as cyst, abscess, angioma) of spleen shoule be dealed with reserved splenectomy.
Conclusions:The OC combined with GnRH a protocol and GnRH a follicular phase long protocol had equal effects on controlled ovarian hyperstimulation in anovulation patients. Furthermore,OC protocol abolished ovarian cyst formation and shortened the periods of pituitary suppression.
Using polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE) and thin layer horizontal isoelectric focusing electrophoresis (IEF) , we analyzed the patterns of soluble proteins from the cyst fluid, the scolex-cyst wall complex and the whole cyst of Cysticercus cellulosae.
granolosus was obtained and named as 1F5E3C9E9D5. This antibody could react with adult worm antigens and the cyst fluid at edge, but not with the alvecococcus antigen EM2. The hybridoma cells could secret specific antibody steadily after one month of freezing and thawing.
Alexandrium vegetative cells occurred frequently and abundantly in winter, with the maximum abundance of 6×10 cells· L~(-1), which resulted in high cyst fluxes with a maxima of 4.56×10~4 cysts·m~(-2)·day~(-1) occurring following the peak of vegetative cell.
Thyroglossal duct carcinoma, which is usually diagnosed postoperatively, is a rare malignant tumor arising in the thyroglossal duct cyst.
Two cases were diagnosed as thyroglossal duct cyst prior to the operation, the remaining one as dermoid cyst.
Primary thyroglossal duct carcinoma should conform to the following criteria: localization of the carcinoma to a clearly demonstrable thyroglossal duct cyst or tract; clinically or histologically confirmed absence of carcinoma of the thyroid gland.
The obligatory heterogenous tissue cyst-forming coccidia of the genus Sarcystosis are regarded as an excellent example of the specific coexistence of two organisms, i.e., the host and parasite.
Of special interest is the parasite's ability to persist in this host at the stage of tissue cyst or sarcocyst.