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Limb regrowth held possible
New York scientists induce cell transformation and production by electricity, surgeons are told; investigators starting animal studies
Experiments by New York scientists may put man at the threshold of...
The frequencies of spontaneous abortions, premature births, and birth defects in 121 human pregnancies following relatively infrequent, low doses of medically administered lysergic acid diethylamide are within the normal ranges. The incidence of spontaneous abortions was above average...
Fourteen subjects exposed to illicit lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and nine exposed to marihuana were compared to age-matched controls for effects upon lymphocyte chromosomes. Eight out of 1,284 in the group given LSD, or 0.76%, exhibited chromosomal abnormalities; seven out of 816,...
The kinetics of heparin's anticoagulant activity were studied with four assay methods in human subjects, following single intravenous doses within the usual clinical dose range. The half-life of anticoagulant activity was about 1.5 hours. Minimum doses of heparin required to...
Five cases of nonresectable hemangioma of the liver were treated with radiation therapy. Four of the five patients had good results with both control of disease and preservation of normal liver function. We suggest that radiation therapy provides an effective method of managing...
The blood of patients with duodenal or gastric ulcer confirmed by x-ray film was tested on a strip of guinea pig ileum. The height of contraction of the ileum as well as the latent period are expressed as the ratio between these two values and the contraction and latent period to 1μg of...
Medical documentation and transmission are impaired because of failures in the selection and tabulation of significant data at the source. Excessive narrative and lack of preciseness and specificity in the presentations pose serious difficulties in reference and interpretation....
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