SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • 1
    Chow, R. W., Wilson, C. B., and Olsen, E. R.: Angiosarcoma of the skull: report of a case and review of the literature. Cancer 25: 902906, 1970.
  • 2
    Doll, R.: Cancer of the lung and nose in nickel workers. Br. J. Ind. Med. 15: 217223, 1958.
  • 3
    Erturk, E., Cohen, S. M., Price, J. M., Von Esch, A. M., Corvetti, A. J., and Bryan, G. T.: The production of hemangioendothelialsarcoma in rats by feeding 5-acetamido-3-(5-nitro-2-furyl)-6H-1,2,4-oxadiazine. Cancer Res. 29: 22122218, 1969.
  • 4
    Farner, S. A.: A study guide in orthopedic metallurgy (manual). Warsaw, Ind., DePuy, Inc., 1970.
  • 5
    Glaser, A., and Reichmann, J.: Multizentrisches unilaterales hemangioendotheliom des hand-arm ske-letts. Bruns Geitr. Klin. Chir. 210: 422433, 1965.
  • 6
    Grogan, C. H.: Experimental studies in metal cancerigenesis. VIII. On the etiological factor in chromate cancer. Cancer 10: 625638, 1957.
  • 7
    Heath, J. C., and Daniel, M. R.: The production of malignant tumors by nickel in the rat. Br. J. Cancer 18: 161164, 1964.
  • 8
    Heath, J. C., Freeman, M. A. R., and Swanson, S. A. V.: Carcinogenic properties of wear particles from prostheses made in cobalt-chromium alloy. Lancet 1: 564566, 1971.
  • 9
    Howell, J. S.: The experimental production of vascular tumors in the rat. Br. J. Cancer 17: 663671, 1963.
  • 10
    Hueper, W. C.: A quest into the environmental causes of cancer of the lung. Public Health Monograph No. 36, Public Health Service Publication No. 452. Washington, US Government Printing Office, 1955.
  • 11
    Hueper, W. C.: Experimental studies in metal cancerigenesis. I. Nickel cancers in rats. Tex. Rep. Biol. Med. 10: 167186, 1952.
  • 12
    Hueper, W. C.: Experimental studies in metal cancerigenesis. X. Cancerigenic effects of chromite ore roast deposited in muscle tissue and pleural cavity of rats. AMA Arch. Ind. Health 18: 284291, 1958.
  • 13
    Jones, L., and Lieberman, B. A.: Interaction of bone and various metals. Vanadium steel and rustless steel. Arch. Surg. 32: 9901006, 1936.
  • 14
    Key, J. A.: Electrolytic absorption of bone due to use of stainless steels of different composition for internal fixation. Surg. Gynecol. Obstet. 82: 319322, 1946.
  • 15
    Key, J. A.: Stainless steel and vitallium in internal fixation of bone. Arch. Surg. 43: 615626, 1941.
  • 16
    McDougall, A.: Malignant tumor at site of bone plating. J. Bone Joint Surg. 38B: 709713, 1956.
  • 17
    Morgan, J. G.: Some observations on the instance of respiratory carcinoma in nickel workers. Br. J. Ind. Med. 15: 224234, 1958.
  • 18
    Mosinger, M., and Fiorentini, H.: Sur la patholgie due aux chromates; premieres rechereches experi-mentales. Arch. Mal. Prof. 15: 187199, 1954.
  • 19
    Siddons, A. H. M., and MacArthur, A. M.: Carcinomata developing at the site of foreign bodies in the lung. Br. J. Surg. 39: 542545, 1952.
  • 20
    Stout, A. P.: Hemangio-endothelioma: a tumor of blood vessels featuring vascular endothelial cells. Ann. Surg. 118: 445464, 1943.
  • 21
    Stout, A. P., and Lattes, R.: Tumors of the soft tissues. In Atlas of Tumor Pathology, H. I.Firminger, Ed. series 2, fasc. 1. Washington, D.C., Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, 1967; pp. 145151.
  • 22
    Unni, K. K., Ivins, J. C., Beabout, J. W., and Dahlin, D. C.: Hemangioma, hemangiopericytoma, and hemangioendothelioma (angiosarcoma) of bone. Cancer 27: 14031414, 1971.
  • 23
    Venable, C. S., and Stuck, W. G.: Electrolysis controlling factor in the use of metals in treating fractures. JAMA 111: 13491352, 1938.
  • 24
    Weisman, J.: Metals for implantation in the human body. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 146: 8095, 1968.