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Fitzgerald T - - 1981
In vitro cultivation of Treponema pallidum would facilitate many different aspects of syphilis research. This review summarizes developments in this field that have been published since 1975. Findings are discussed in terms of treponemes and the oxygen question, treponemal metabolism involving proteins, nucleic acids, and fatty acids, and treponemal interaction ...
- - 1980
The price of The Properties of Diamond, J. E. Field, Ed., Academic Press, reviewed by F. P. Bundy (29 Feb., p. 974), is $75.
Babst C R - - 1978
A review of current significant literature concerning bupivacaine hydrochloride (Marcaine) is presented with particular emphasis on clinical use in oral surgery. The major advantages compared with other presently used local anesthetics are an increased duration of action and a favorable potency to toxicity ratio.
Vanderberg J P - - 1977
Complete and continuous in vitro development of the sporogonic stages of the malarial parasite has not yet been accomplished, although success with erythrocytic stages (falciparum malaria) and exoerythrocytic stages (avian malaria) has been achieved. This lag in progress appears to be due to several inherent differences between sporogony and these ...
McGuinness B W - - 1976
A limited free vasectomy service providing for the needs of a rural area, with the counselling and operation conducted by a specially trained general practitioner is reported. The development of vasectomy as a contraceptive measure and some practical aspects of technique are reviewed and some characteristics of 100 patients operated ...
Murphy F A - - 1975
Despite a late beginning, the construction of the arenavirus taxon and its placement in the scheme of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses has now been completed. The bringing together of the member viruses has already provided valuable indications of promising laboratory and field study approaches; in the future ...
Weiss K R - - 1974
A review of research regarding the deleterious effects of stimulus preexposure upon subsequent learning is presented. The investigations are discussed with respect both to the generality of this phenomenon and variables controlling its magnitude. Complementary experiments are suggested. Theoretical interpretations are critically reviewed. It is concluded that some of the ...
Hodson-Walker N J - - 1970
The literature is reviewed to ascertain the values and dangers of safety belts. They are said to reduce the risk of major or fatal injury in impacts by nearly 60%. An incidence of abdominal trauma of the order of 0.5% is ascribed to the safety belt, and in addition there ...
Martin,Daniel
This site offers an online version of 'Symbiotic polychaetes : Review of known species' by D. Martin and T. A. Britayev published in Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, 36: 217-340 (1998). The review includes information on commensal polychaetes and parasitic polychaetes, and links to illustrations, tables and graphs. ...
Dutt Y - - 1969
A review of the analytical applications of tropolone and its derivatives.
Edwards A M - - 1965
Forty-three cases of regional enteritis of the duodenum were found in the world literature. Regional duodenitis is relatively uncommon; in one large series of 600 cases of regional enteritis only three involved the duodenum.At the University of Alberta Hospital, in a three-year period (1962 to 1965), the authors encountered five ...
FISHER J H - - 1964
Clinical and autopsy features in three cases of Wegener's granulomatosis are presented. The disease is characterized by the triad of necrotizing granulomatous lesions of the respiratory tract, segmental necrotizing angiitis of arteries and veins, and necrotizing glomerulitis commonly terminating in uremia. Correct antemortem diagnosis was made in two of the ...
GORDON D A - - 1962
Clinical and pathological findings in 100 cases of acromegaly were reviewed. Great individual variation in manifestations of the disease was apparent. The chronic course was evidenced by 30 patients presenting symptoms unrelated to acromegaly. Headache, visual disturbances, arthritis and elevated blood pressure were common. The incidence of diabetes mellitus, thyroid ...
PITCHFORD R J - - 1961
The non-residual molluscicides mainly used in the Transvaal for bilharziasis control are copper sulfate and sodium pentachlorophenate. The author reviews previous experience with these compounds in the Transvaal and discusses the physical and epidemiological conditions bearing on their use there.Extensive field trials with copper sulfate have shown that it does ...
BLAIR D M - - 1958
THIS REVIEW OF THE PUBLISHED WORK ON THE TREATMENT OF BILHARZIASIS WITH LUCANTHONE HYDROCHLORIDE DRAWS ATTENTION TO THE INCONCLUSIVE NATURE OF MANY OF THE TRIALS CARRIED OUT SO FAR: either the dosage was inadequate or the patients were not followed up for a sufficient length of time. The author stresses ...
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