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In this paper we describe our experiences with the transmission of serum (or plasma) jaundice and infectious hepatitis. Actually these two conditions may be closely related in, that the former may represent the artificial production of the latter; but, while this may be true in some...
The agent or agents of serum jaundice and of experimental hepatitis are both filtrable and both relatively resistant to heat.
A prominent difference between serum jaundice and infectious hepatitis, yet to be explained, lies in the length of the incubation period, which may be...
Eight years ago (1937) I observed a patient suffering from excruciating low back pain so severe that she was unable to get out of bed. Examination revealed a small tumor in the left sacroiliac region; pressure on this tumor intensified the pain. A biopsy was suggested, but the patient...
From Ramazzini to the modern outstanding works of Oppenheim,1 Natori,2 Prosser White3 and Schwartz and Tulipan4 much has been written on the subject of professional stigmas.
Many investigators have been interested particularly in a rapid detection of a person's occupation or...
Hepatitis due to inoculation with homologous serum has received considerable prominence in medical literature during the past few years owing to its widespread incidence following inoculation of troops with normal human serum employed as a vehicle for the yellow fever virus. While the...
The hormone pregnancy test is based on the following facts:
The gonadotropic reactions of the ovary in infantile rodents:1 anterior pituitary reaction I, follicle ripening and induction of vaginal estrus; anterior pituitary reaction II, hyperemization of the ovary and follicle...
The experience of the William Buchanan Blood, Plasma and Serum Center with routine Rh typing since May 1944 has led to the conviction that this additional routine service is essential for transfusions of maximum safety.1 It also appears that infant mortality due to hemolytic disease of the...
The obstetric history of mothers of erythroblastotic infants reveals that this condition, as a rule, does not occur in the first born. Frequently the first one, two or more Rh + infants are normal. From the point of view of isoimmunization, it is clear that oneor more pregnancies with Rh +...
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