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A patient with congenital factor VII deficiency (factor VII was 12%) had gynecologic surgery performed without prophylactic blood-product replacement therapy. Blood loss was not excessive. A review of 12 additional patients with factor VII deficiency who underwent surgery without replacement therapy showed that surgical bleeding was uncommon and that there(More)
Fasting hypergastrinemia was noted in 13-41% of 82 of outpatients with definite or classical rheumatoid arthritis. No differences were noted between the normogastrinemic and the hypergastrinemic subjects in their age, sex, duration of rheumatoid disease, serological status, or medications. The food-stimulated gastrin response was 117 mg/L, or 216% above the(More)
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