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Single capillary studies at California Institute of Technology indicate that intravascular pressure, not metabolic need, governs blood flow at the local level, investigators say.
The work was done with cats by Paul C. Johnson, PhD, associate professor of physiology, Indiana...
On the walls of the Bellevue Hospital office of Joseph Dancis, MD, hang a number of cartoons. Each caricatures the placenta in one of its many roles: a martial fetal guardian, hard-working transporter of fetal nutrients, begrimed handler of fetal waste.
The drawings serve to...
When abnormal or prolonged, labor may prevent even the normally developed fetus from crossing the final barrier to neonatal life.
But what is the normal pattern of labor? And where do the earliest detectable departures from the norm take place?
These questions are...
Major medical measures still are pending in Congress as lawmakers talk of adjourning in October.
The House Ways and Means Committee was expected to act on legislation to limit federal contributions to the Title 19 "medicaid" part of medicare that...
Low cardiac output following open heart surgery often may be due to focal myocardial necrosis, say investigators at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit.
Compromise of the smaller coronary vessels by microthrombi, microemboli and particulate foreign matter appears to be a major...
It boasts neither journal nor specialty society. But the word is beginning to be heard in corridor conversations and seen in professional articles. And a few months ago a major medical society devoted a panel discussion to this fervid new concept in medicine—"fetology."
Phenothiazine compounds, which are known to produce false positive biological pregnancy tests, may also induce a false positive result in immunological tests for pregnancy.
Pathologists at Detroit General Hospital recently observed a false positive immunological test in an...
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