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THE NATURAL HISTORY OF BRONCHIECTASIS: A CLINICAL, ROENTGENOLOGIC AND PATHOLOGIC STUDY
This study was made in an attempt to trace the natural development of bronchiectasis in a series of cases. An examination of the voluminous literature yielded much that was helpful, but also muchExpand
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CHRONIC BRONCHITIS IN NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE
  • A. Ogilvie
  • Medicine
  • Royal Society of Health journal
  • 1 November 1957
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Asthma: A Study in Prognosis of 1,000 Patients
It is not easy to find adequate information about the prognosis in asthma. The condition is notoriously liable to spontaneous variation, the disease is not always clearly defined, and most studiesExpand
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Treatment of Massive Bleeding from Peptic Ulcer
3. A full-width anastomosis-the old-fashioned Polya. This operation may have two unhappy sequelae; filling of the proximal loop giving a sense of postprandial distension, and stretching of theExpand
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Changes in Skin Response in Asthma
The complications of vaccination have been estimeted and the methods used for combating them are described. A personal view is submitted regarding the desirability of adhering to the recommendedExpand
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TESTING FOR OCCULT BLOOD IN FAECES
  • A. Ogilvie
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 23 April 1927
THE great clinical value of a reliable test for oceLlt blood in the faeces is generally recognized, but there is divergence of opinion as to what constitutes a reliable result. A number of fallacies'Expand
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The treatment of patients with severe asthma and chronic bronchitis.
  • A. Ogilvie
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of tuberculosis and diseases…
  • 1 April 1958
IT is considered that asthmatics are peculiarly liable to develop chronic bronchitis, and the experience of a recent community survey in Newcastle (1957) gave very strong confirmatory evidence ofExpand
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