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Abstracts from Current Literature

Abstracts from Current Literature Literature Abstracts from Current and Anatomy Physiology in the of Heterogenous Epithelium Ovaries Children. S. Arch. Akagi, f. 134:390, 1928. Gynäk. Numerous ovaries of children examined were and several small cystic epithelial formations of ciliated cells or consisting cylindric cells, mucus-producing goblet cells were observed. one of was squamous epithelial Only type epithelium usually in the individual In lined ciliated cells or ova present cysts. cysts by goblet cells, were seen. But these are not considered as derivatives of cysts granulosa epithelium, but as results of which were in the specific congenital anlagen present granulosa of the ovum. The cells of the from layer heterogenous epithelial ovary originate of Mueller's corresponding congenital anlagen epithelium. W. C. Hueper. The Possibility of Measuring the Sella Turcica in Childhood. Walter Monatschr. f. Kinderh. 45:259 Sartorius, 1929. (Nov.) With a certain modification technic of the writer has found that he roentgen can make accurate determinations of size the of the sella turcica in childhood. Chicago. Gerstley, and Pathology, Bacteriology Biochemistry The Effect of on the of Roentgen Irradiation Velocity Erythrocyte Sedimentation. . H. Rubin and Otto Am. Glaser, J. Roentgenol. 18:520 (Dec.) The authors conclude that the increased sedimentation after irradia¬ erythrocyte tion http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

Abstracts from Current Literature

American journal of diseases of children , Volume 39 (3) – Mar 1, 1930

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1930 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0096-8994
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1538-3628
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10.1001/archpedi.1930.01930150150020
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Literature Abstracts from Current and Anatomy Physiology in the of Heterogenous Epithelium Ovaries Children. S. Arch. Akagi, f. 134:390, 1928. Gynäk. Numerous ovaries of children examined were and several small cystic epithelial formations of ciliated cells or consisting cylindric cells, mucus-producing goblet cells were observed. one of was squamous epithelial Only type epithelium usually in the individual In lined ciliated cells or ova present cysts. cysts by goblet cells, were seen. But these are not considered as derivatives of cysts granulosa epithelium, but as results of which were in the specific congenital anlagen present granulosa of the ovum. The cells of the from layer heterogenous epithelial ovary originate of Mueller's corresponding congenital anlagen epithelium. W. C. Hueper. The Possibility of Measuring the Sella Turcica in Childhood. Walter Monatschr. f. Kinderh. 45:259 Sartorius, 1929. (Nov.) With a certain modification technic of the writer has found that he roentgen can make accurate determinations of size the of the sella turcica in childhood. Chicago. Gerstley, and Pathology, Bacteriology Biochemistry The Effect of on the of Roentgen Irradiation Velocity Erythrocyte Sedimentation. . H. Rubin and Otto Am. Glaser, J. Roentgenol. 18:520 (Dec.) The authors conclude that the increased sedimentation after irradia¬ erythrocyte tion

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Published: Mar 1, 1930

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