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Abstract MUCH has been written concerning the occurrence of cholelithiasis in patients with congenital hemolytic anemia, but cholelithiasis complicating sickle-cell anemia is rarely encountered. Weems,1 in 1945, pointed out that gallstones were occasionally found at autopsy in patients with...
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Abstract The Indirect Effect of Irradiation on Rat Embryos.ROBERT L. Brent,* Walter Reed. (Introduced by Gilbert Forbes) The etiology of congenital malformations is a subject into which only a few inroads have been made. Even in the few cases where agents or environmental conditions are known to...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research.—The 11 th Annual M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research will be...
Abstract Last year the special circumstance of holding our meeting jointly with the other pediatric societies prevented us from hearing my predecessor give his presidential address. Undoubtedly we were thus deprived of a great intellectual pleasure, but not only the members but also Dr. Janeway...
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