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Multiple equilibria.
  • A. Querido
  • Medicine
  • Folia psychiatrica, neurologica et…
  • 1958
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ENDEMIC GOITER IN WESTERN NEW GUINEA. II. CLINICAL PICTURE, INCIDENCE AND PATHOGENESIS OF ENDEMIC CRETINISM.
A complete survey of the 1426 inhabitants of the Mulia goiter valley in Western New Guinea showed that 80 subjects had presumably congenital defects. Mental deficiency, deaf-mutism and motor defects,Expand
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ENDEMIC GOITER IN WESTERN NEW GUINEA: IODINE METABOLISM IN GOITROUS AND NONGOITROUS SUBJECTS.
Studies of iodine metabolism were made in the Papuan population of Mulia (central highlands of Western New Guinea), which is affected by extremely severe endemic goiter and probably by cretinism. TheExpand
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DIRECT AND QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT BY IMMUNOPRECIPITATION ASSAY OF ANTI‐THYROTROPHIN RECEPTOR ANTIBODIES IN SERA OF PATIENTS WITH GRAVES' DISEASE
The presence of anti‐TSH receptor antibodies in the sera of 32 patients with untreated GRAVES' disease, 21 patients with euthyroid autonomous multinodular goitre, nine patients with Hashimoto'sExpand
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Soil and Water Conservation Strategies in Cabo Verde and Their Impacts on Livelihoods: An Overview from the
Severe land degradation has strongly affected both people’s livelihood and the environment in Cabo Verde, a natural resource poor country. Despite the enormous investment in soil and waterExpand
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Xanthomata in primary hyperlipoproteinemia. A classification based on the lipoprotein pattern of the blood.
Analysis of the lipid and lipoprotein levels in the blood of 23 hyperlipoproteinemic patients with xanthomata, permitted the separation of three clinical types on the basis of the % β-lipids. TheseExpand
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Primary hyperlipoproteinemia: the clinico-chemical classification of the most common types.
Abstract In this study, the classification according to Fredrickson of the most common types of primary hyperlipoproteinemia, i.e. types II, III and IV, was made on the basis of blood lipidExpand
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The response of the thyroid gland to thyrotropic hormone as an aid in the differential diagnosis of primary and secondary hypothyroidism.
THE differentiation of hypothyroidism of pituitary origin from that due to primary impairment of the thyroid gland may be very difficult. Proper treatment is dependent upon correct distinction of theExpand
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Endemic goitre and cretinism: public health significance and prevention.
The information presented in this article is offered as a guide to government agencies and public health personnel on the detection of endemic goiter and cretinism, the assessment of its severity,Expand
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