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Work with reimplanting ova moves another step ahead
Reimplanted ovum goes through five cell divisions in British laboratory; investigator says further study may lead to methods of preventing congenital defects—and may also produce a better method of contraception...
Forty-one (6.8%) adult patients hospitalized with primary nontuberculous bacterial pneumonia over a four-year period had empyema on admission. Staphylococcus aureus was the most common causative microorganism isolated. In 64% of the cases of empyema complicating some underlying disease,...
A disposable, autoclavable filter passes blood at high rates of flow without excessive hemolysis. It is constructed of polypropylene, except for the filter mesh which is made of a polyester material with a pore size of about 25μ The mean rise in the plasma hemoglobin level after four...
At the Cancer Detection Center at the University of Minnesota, 5,856 men underwent a total of 28,407 routine annual examinations, which included evaluation by digital palpation of the prostate gland. Seventy-five subsequently confirmed adenocarcinomas of the prostate gland were detected,...
Abstract Brain scans were performed on patients during the first hour following injection of sodium pertechnetate Tc 99m, and selected patients were rescanned 1 to 24 hours later. Eighty brain tumors were found among nearly 1,500 patients scanned during a two-year period. Diagnoses were...
Seven patients with extrinsic midline tumors of the posterior fossa had normal-sized lateral ventricles by radiographic contrast study or at autopsy. A small number of patients harboring such neoplasms may not show evidence of ventricular dilatation. This is emphasized because of the...
Malnutrition during development leads to high infant mortality and lowered physical size. While severe malnutrition may lead to intellectual impairment, the direct relationship between moderate malnutrition and intelligence is still unknown. This is because both nutrition and...
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