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Goerttler L - - 1976
DMBA which is applied transmaternally via the mothers milk can initiate tumour cells in the F-1 generation. Subsequent application of the tumour promoter TPA to the back skin of the young animals induced the formation of skin papillomas and carcinomas. Animals treated according to this scheme also developed malignant neoplasms ...
Ramamurthy R S - - 1976
Newborn infants were observed with vesicopustular and pigmented macular skin lesions, which occurred more commonly in black and mature infants and which were distinct clinically and histopathologically from erythema toxicum. Histopathology of skin biopsies of the vesicopustules is characterized by polymorphonuclear infiltration. The lesions often present as, or evolve into, ...
Parkin J M - - 1976
A simple scoring system based on skin colour, skin texture, breast development, and ear firmness that can be performed even in an ill baby without manipulation or movement enables gestational age to be estimated to within +/- 15 days (95% confidence limits) at any time in the first 2 days ...
Takigawa M - - 1976
A Japanese girl aged 15 months had an eruption of 3 months' duration on the face, trunk, and extremities except for the palms and soles. The lesions were infiltrated papules varying from 2 to 3 mm in diameter. Blood eosinophilia of 5% was demonstrated. Skin biopsy specimen revealed a necrobiotic ...
Somogyi J - - 1976
Mortality from malignant skin melanoma (172 ICD) has an ascending trend in Czechoslovakia (CSSR) the rate being higher after the year 1960 in Bohemia (CSR) than the Slovakia (SSR). Mortality from other malignant neoplasms of the skin (173 ICD) declines; this decline for the whole of Czechoslovakia has been statistically ...
Dufour D L - - 1976
Skin temperatures were measured on three Quechua Indian infants resident at 4,000 meters above sea level in Peru. Nape temperatures were warmer than other skin sites, suggesting that the brown adipose tissue associated with non-shivering thermogenesis is metabolically active despite the reduced oxygen availability at high altitude. The question of ...
Villako K - - 1976
The state of the gastric antral and the fundic mucosa was examined by gastroscopic biopsy in randomly selected 16-69-year-old subjects of a rural medical district. Fundic gastritis was found in 45% of the series, being superficial in 25% and atrophic in 20%. Antral gastritis occurred in 68%, being superficial in ...
Watson C J - - 1975
A woman aged 54 was studied because of a severe acute porphyric (neurologic) relapse with clinical and chemical findings characteristic of porphyria variegata. During a family survey, her brother, aged 59, was found to have chemical abnormalities typical of porphyria cutanea tarda, without suggestion of neurologic manifestations. He had mild ...
Turesson I - - 1975
The CRE formula was used for calculation of biologically equivalent radiation doses with different fractionation schedules. The early radiation effects, skin erythema and pigmentation were measured with a reflectance spectrophotometer at wavelengths 578 and 660 nm. The course and maximum for both erythema and pigmentation agreed well with the two ...
Green M - - 1975
We have used ion-specific electrodes in an attempt to map the sodium and chloride activities on the skin under differing surface conditions. The range of values and the standard deviations are so wide that a baseline for the untreated dry skin is precluded. In patients with cystic fibrosis, a wide ...
Numaguchi Y - - 1975
An improved technique of selective cerebral angiography for infants and small chicken is described. The needle is inserted approximately 45 degrees to the skin in order to avoid subintimal placement of the tip. After good backflow is established, the guidewire is advanced to a position in the descending aorta. A ...
Bye P G - - 1975
The application of Ultralanum ointment to adult skin cases has produced levels of hexachlorophane in the plasma comparable with those found in infants who have undergone whole-body washing with hexachlorophane solutions. Clinical evidence of toxicity was not observed, but it is felt that the value of hexachlorophane in topical steroid ...
Ch'ien L T - - 1975
Among 13 neonates with herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection, eight had disseminated disease, one localized CNS disease, and in four the infection was confined to the skin and eyes. Ara-A, a purine nucleoside with anti-viral activity against DNA-VIRUSES, WAS GIVEN (10 TO 20 MG/MG/DAY) BY A CONTINUOUS 12-HOUR INTRAVENOUS DRIP ...
Gehlbach S H - - 1975
An outbreak of streptococcal and staphylococcal skin disease was discovered in a full-term nursery after the discontinuation of bathing infants with hexachlorophene. The epidemic was only temporarily controlled by conventional means and recurred despite reinstitution of hexachlorophene bathing. Measures that decreased infants' exposure to visitors and hospital personnel and enforced ...
Seashore J H - - 1975
Porcine skin grafts and human amniotic membranes have been used as biological dressings for the treatment of gastroschisis or omphalocele in 16 newborn infants. Eleven infants with gastroschisis were managed initially by the Silastic pouch technique but delayed healing resulted in separation of the Silastic sheeting from the wound margins ...
Gillespie W A - - 1974
In a maternity hospital in which the umbilicus and trunk of healthy newborn infants were treated with 0.33% hexachlorophane dusting powder, the hexachlorophane content of blood was measured in mothers before delivery, in infants' umbilical samples at birth, and at 8 days of age in capillary blood samples. One mother ...
McHattie J C - - 1974
Reports of toxicity from the routine bathing of newborn infants with hexachlorophene resulted in discontinuing its use in the newborn nurseries of the Ottawa Civic Hospital, only to be followed by an outbreak of skin infections. As a result, a controlled trial of bathing newborn babies with either Lactacyd or ...
Nickerson G - - 1972
Skin lesions in infants can herald serious internal problems or be relatively benign. Interpreting skin manifestations can be extremely confusing, therefore, and although many can be 'spot' diagnoses, puzzling rashes should be approached systematically according to the areas that are affected and the nature of the lesions. Dr. Nickerson describes ...
Lawton Sandra - - 2004
Dry skin conditions are common in infants and young people. Emollients are the mainstay of treatment and play an important role in rehydrating dry skin. Nurses need to have a good knowledge of the causes of dry skin, the importance of skin barrier function and the properties and effective use ...
Stechler G - - 1966
Newborn infants showed lower motility and greater reactivity of the skin potential while attending to a visual target than when equally alert but inattentive.
BILLINGHAM R E - - 1965
Comparison of the survival times of homografts of BN skin on 3-day-old Lewis rats born of mothers of the same isogenic strain with those of BN grafts on infant Lewis hosts that had developed in an F(1) (Lewis x BN) hybrid, gave no evidence of maternally induced tolerance as a ...
Vaughan K - - 1929
Both in the modern and the ancient world, among women who are out-of-door workers and among those who live in natural and primitive conditions, childbirth is easy and safe.The inlet of the female pelvis approaches a circle. The circular form of inlet allows a larger fœtal head to pass than ...
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