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The electroencephalograms of 80 families of epileptic patients were compared with those of 30 normal control families. Abnormal family EEGs were not only encountered in patients with centrencephalic seizures but also in patients with psychomotor epilepsy. One half of all patients with...
The mixed agglutination test with cell cultures was used for demonstration of humoral antibodies accompanying renal homograft. Negative results were obtained with sera of 11 patients carrying renal grafts with intact circulation. In contrast, antibodies were demonstrated in the serum of...
THE APGAR SCORE1 is designed to determine the physical condition or viability of the newborn 60 seconds after birth, and it has been established that there is a strong association between low scores and neonatal mortality.1-4 Two of the five segments comprising the score involve crying,...
A mong the brilliant investigators in the universities and industrial research laboratories in Germany late in the 19th century, no scientist is worthy of greater accolade than Emil Fischer.1 He was born in Euskirchen near Cologne into a well-to-do family of commerce. Emil joined his...
Successful gastric freezing designed to achieve protracted periods of achlorhydria depends upon the attainment of uniform mucosal-temperature depression over the period of perfusion, an objective regularly achieved on freezing the isolated canine gastric pouch and the intact rodent...
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Myoedema is a localized contraction of a skeletal muscle observed at the site of the infliction of a sharp but light blow by an object such as a percussion hammer. The contracted muscle forms a ridge, transverse to the long axis of the fibers of the...
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