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Bernasovský I - - 1976
Blood groups in 2,935 Roms (Gypsies) of East Slovakia show the following frequencies of phenotypes and genes: A1A2BO phentopes: A1--32.91%, A2--2.42%, B--25.21%, O--30.15%, A1B--8.45%, A2B--0.85%, A1--0.2363, A2--0.0217, B--0.1929, O--0.5491. MN phenotypes: M--27.16%, MN--51.60%, N--21.23%, m--0.5297, n--0.4703. RH phenotypes: Rh positive--89.54%, Rh negative--10.46%; Rh - (D)--0.6766, Rh (d) 0.3234. The frequencies ...
Thach B T - - 1976
A 46-year-old man with Behçet syndrome and a long history of recurrent bouts of colitis was studied by sigmoidoscopy, barium enema x-ray film, and colon biopsy. A nonspecific colitis characterized by shallow mucosal ulcerations and submucosal mononuclear infiltration in the absence of meaningful roentgenolographic changes was seen. A histopathological comparison ...
Weinreich J - - 1976
Patients with lower abdominal symptoms, indicating colonic disorder, were classified into predefined clinical syndromes. Two important syndromes were colicky sigmoid syndrome and chronic diverticular disease. The first one, characterized by presence of colicky lower abdominal pains but absence of colonic diverticula, probably covers what is generally referred to as 'irritable ...
Hornstein O P - - 1975
In the present study, a peculiar fibromatosis cutis in two siblings has been reported the dermatosis being characterized by innumerable perifollicular fibromas on face, neck and trunk as well as multiple fibromata pendulantia. Since the father allegedly had skin lesions resembling those of his two affected children, an inherited condition ...
Laufer I - - 1975
This is a report of a patient with the CRST syndrome, a mild variant of scleroderma consisting of calcinosismraynaud's phenomenon, sclerodactyly, and telangiectasia. Typical changes of scleroderma were present in the extremities, esophagus, duodenum and colon. In addition, there was a polypoid filling defect in a colonic diverticulum due to ...
Noble G A - - 1975
Nematobibothrioides histoidii, inhabiting the body wall tissues of the sunfish, Mola mola, is characterized by its great length, reaching over 12 m, diverticulated excretory horns, large excretory tube, presence of 2 suckers, rudimentary pharynx, absence of gland cells around pharynx and ceca, oblong vitelline reservoir, and oval eggs, 17 by ...
Thompson W G - - 1974
The irritable colon syndrome is a very common disorder with no serious sequelae. The cause is unknown but low dietary bulk and psychological factors are believed important. Sufferers may experience various combinations of diarrhea, constipation and abdominal pain. The mechanisms are obscure but abnormal colon motility has been amply demonstrated. ...
Ioachim N J - - 1974
The villous component of nine colonic polyps (three pure villous adenoma and six mixed adenomatous and villous adenomas) was studied by light and electron microscopy. Normal colonic mucosa was used for control. The predominant cell was an undifferentiated epithelial cell resembling those of the base of the crypts of normal ...
Lynne-Davies G - - 1974
The cases are presented of two siblings with multiple cutaneous tumours associated with adenomatous polyps of the colon and bony abnormalities. In one patient an adenocarcinoma of the colon supervened, and there was a history of adenocarcinoma of the colon without the presence of other abnormalities in a third sibling. ...
Shenkin H A - - 1973
Hydrocephalus complicated the clinical course of four patients with pituitary adenoma. In three it was noted late, long after surgical intervention and radiotherapy had been carried out. In one patient, hydrocephalus was part of the presenting syndrome. The differential diagnosis of hypopituitarism and occult hydrocephalus is difficult. The possibility of ...
Williams C - - 1973
By using a colonoscope diathermy snare a total of 75 polyps have been removed from sites throughout the colon in 43 patients. There was some haemorrhage in four cases but no other morbidity, and all patients were discharged home within 24 hours. The ease of this procedure suggests that it ...
Ritchie J - - 1973
The effects of inflating a balloon introduced through a sigmoidoscope to 35 cm in the pelvic colon have been observed and compared in 67 patients with the irritable colon syndrome and in 16 normal and constipated subjects acting as controls. Inflation to 60 ml caused pain in 6% of the ...
Meyer D R - - 1972
Our frontal- and temporal-lobe experiments to date support the following conclusions. Anterior temporal or inferotemporal lesions affect object learning set retention, and older work dealing with this task has indicated that temporal ablations, at the very least, retard initial acquisition of the set. Inferotemporal monkeys may lose object sets and ...
Ritchie J A - - 1970
The mean distance of travel and hourly incidence of propulsive and retropulsive movements of colonic contents have been assessed by means of time-lapse cinefluorography and compared in 98 patients with the irritable colon syndrome and in 90 control subjects.Net propulsion in patients with the irritable colon syndrome was less than ...
Davis A - - 1969
This paper describes the effect of oral metrifonate, an organophosphorus cholinesterase inhibitor, on Schistosoma haematobium infections.The methodology of initial studies in hospital patients and 3 field trials in schoolchildren, using spaced doses ranging from 5 mg to 15 mg per kg of body-weight is detailed.The expected fall in plasma cholinesterase ...
Corkery J J - - 1968
Four patients are reported in whom perforation of the colon followed exchange transfusion for haemolytic disease of the newborn. This association seems to be more than coincidental, and possibly the perforation is due to a vascular accident occurring as a mechanical result of the exchange transfusion. The insidious onset of ...
MCLEAN D M - - 1965
Virological or serological investigations of 72 children in Toronto and environs, who were hospitalized between January and October 1964 with a variety of syndromes, revealed evidence of enteroviral infection in 29 subjects. Coxsackie B2 was the dominant enterovirus, being isolated from feces and/or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of three children with ...
COLWIN A L - - 1961
This paper describes in some detail the structure of the acrosomal region of the spermatozoon of Hydroides as a basis for subsequent papers which will deal with the structural changes which this region undergoes during fertilization. The material was osmium-fixed and mild centrifugation was used to aggregate the spermatozoa from ...
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