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ing); by fibrosis—scarring—of surrounding tissue (retroperitoneal fibrosis); and by
tumour, though this is more likely to cause blood in the urine. Urinary calculi vary
greatly in size and composition, but mostly they contain calcium, together with ...
the cause in any individual instance, and the investigation of a case of uveitis
often poses one of the biggest problems in ophthalmology today. In men, a
proportion of cases of anterior uveitis are associated with ankylosing spondylitis,
The part of the retina containing the hole must be brought into close contact with
the choroid and then by means of a gentle inflammatory reaction caused by using
heat, cold, or intense light, the retina is made to stick to the underlying choroid ...
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