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In their original description of cellular schwannomas, Woodruff et al reported a series of 14 cases that were characterized by high cellularity, frequent mitotic activity, moderate nuclear atypia, and a lack of organized nuclear palisades of Verocay bodies.
Any cellular telephone or PCS network is vulnerable to low-tech fraud.
The influx of new competitors means cellular service - still largely a tool of business users or affluent consumers - is likely to expand well beyond the estimated 40 customers now toting wireless phones in the United States.
Consumer demand for small, lightweight and versatile phones has made portable phones the fastest-growing sector of the cellular industry.
While Bell Cellular plans to expand its service in the same area, Sparks says, "It would be premature to announce anything right now because plans can change.
Eshoo said most cellular firms in the state have stopped blocking 911 calls after a California woman was shot and wounded when a cellular firm blocked her emergency call because she dialed from outside her service region.
The study, published in the Journal of Accident Analysis and Prevention - a British periodical - was immediately challenged by the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association in Washington, D.