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References Bibliography Category:Novels by Bob Ong Category:Novels set in the Philippines Category:Works originally published in Philippine Daily Inquirer Category:Filipino books Category:2001 novels Category:Philosophy of educationLeiomyosarcoma arising from a massive uterine leiomyoma: a case report. A woman with uterine leiomyosarcoma arising from a massive leiomyoma underwent total abdominal hysterectomy with bilateral adnexectomy. Microscopically, the neoplastic cells exhibited the characteristic features of uterine leiomyosarcoma. Immunohistochemical stains showed positive staining for alpha-smooth muscle actin, desmin, and muscle-specific actin, but negative staining for keratin, CD34, S-100 protein, and HMB45. Molecular studies demonstrated an EWSR1 rearrangement. This case demonstrates that leiomyosarcomas can arise in uteri that have a massive leiomyoma and demonstrates that those tumors are not restricted to intramural locations.Q: Using DSD Virtual Audio Cable With Interfaces and Re-Balanced Speakers I've got a pair of Music Hall II's and a Music Hall IV to mix into. The only thing is I have to use my Mac with the Virtual Audio Cable software. (I have a USB adapter to go in-line with my Mac that converts the digital signal to analog at a slightly lower quality.) I'd like to just buy a pair of headphones and connect it directly to the speakers. Will the DAC have a problem working with headphones? And if I have a set of speakers that have been set-up with 6.1 ch with the high quality processing that costs the most money, will the DAC be able to bring this back up? A: A D/A converter is not going to have a problem. That said, once you have balanced speakers (cabinet speakers, satellite speakers, small center channel speakers, etc) if you use the D/A converter to convert them to unbalanced (RCA-type) inputs, you are going to end up with a very poor sound image. The reason being that the sound waves from the different speakers are only going to be one-way. Since sound waves are primarily two-way, then one speaker is going to be providing the "