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1.  Prostatic symptoms  
BMJ : British Medical Journal  2001;323(7315):750.
PMCID: PMC1121295  PMID: 11675725
4.  Extensive alimentary and genital ulceration, mesenteric cysts, malabsorption, T-lymphocyte depletion and subsequent anaplastic bladder carcinoma 
Postgraduate Medical Journal  1979;55(649):836-839.
The occurrence of several unusual disorders in a single patient prompted the question as to whether these may all have been part of a single syndrome, and the possible differential diagnosis is discussed in detail.
The case was thought to be an instance of acquired T-lymphocyte depletion leading to the development of premature malignant disease.
PMCID: PMC2425788  PMID: 316526
5.  Hypnotherapy for incontinence caused by the unstable detrusor. 
Fifty incontinent women with proved detrusor instability completed 12 sessions of hypnosis (symptom removal by direct suggestion and "ego strengthening") over one month. This was continued at home with a prerecorded cassette, and all patients were followed up for at least six months. At the end of the 12 sessions 29 patients were entirely symptom free, 14 improved, and seven unchanged. Three months later cystometry in 44 of the patients showed conversion of the cystometrogram to stability in 22 and a significant improvement in a further 16; only six showed no objective improvement. Seven patients relapsed (three after bereavement). Further treatment was given and five out of six patients were rendered symptom free again. Patients with detrusor instability were not found to have a noticeably increased susceptibility to hypnosis. It is concluded that psychological factors are very important in "idiopathic" detrusor instability and that hypnotherapy is effective for incontinence due to this disorder.
PMCID: PMC1498778  PMID: 6805716
6.  Cytogenetic and histological studies of testicular biopsies from subfertile men with chromosome anomaly. 
Journal of Medical Genetics  1982;19(1):49-56.
Testicular biopsies from eight men with abnormal karyotypes have been examined for histological and cytogenetic evidence of disturbances of meiosis. Quantitative analysis of this material showed one, with a 13;14 Robertsonian translocation, to have apparently normal spermatogenesis. Three patients, one with a 47,XYY and two with 45,XY, inv 9 karyotypes, had an overall depression of spermatogenesis. Four others, all with major chromosomal abnormalities, had apparently normal spermatogenesis until the primary spermatocyte stage. Two of these had sex autosomal translocations. One, 45,Y,t(X;21), had a complete block at MI, the other, 46,X,t(Y;16), had a partial block at spermatid formation. One man with a reciprocal 2;10 translocation showed delay at all stages beyond spermatocyte formation and one man with an inversion of chromosome 3 showed impaired spermatid maturation.
PMCID: PMC1048819  PMID: 7069747
7.  Comparative studies of spermatogenesis in fertile and subfertile men. 
Journal of Clinical Pathology  1981;34(2):145-150.
Testicular biopsy specimens from 16 fertile and 10 subfertile men with normal male karyotype were studied quantitatively to provide histological and cytogenetic data for a basis of reference in assessing abnormalities of spermatogenesis. Histological studies included estimation of the proportion and activity of germinal epithelium and an assessment of tubular morphology. In cytogenetic preparations, counts were made of cells at different stages of meiosis. Studies of cells at diakinesis included chiasma counts and percentage of cells with dissociated sex chromosomes. One fertile and six subfertile men showed decreased germinal activity; the six subfertile men also had decreased MII/MI ratios. Other findings were similar in the two groups.
PMCID: PMC1146440  PMID: 7229093

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