Albert A. Ghoreyeb

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From series 1 it is concluded that increases in pulmonary pressure improve the circulation in the embolic areas and that decreases in pulmonary pressure limit the circulation in the same areas. In this series the bronchial vessels showed no tendency to take up the circulation in the area of pulmonary embolism until the pulmonary pressure was as low as zero,(More)
In an earlier paper 1 it was stated that " simple bland embolism of the pulmonary artery produces definite circulatory changes in the lung area supplied" (consisting chiefly of congestion) "provided this area extends along the sharp edge of the lobe and the embolus is of sufficient size, but no evidence of true infarction is to be found. So far as technical(More)
1. Rabbits may have spontaneous nephropathy and show no casts or albumen in the urine. 2. If we leave out of consideration rabbits 17, 18, 19, and 20, which were perfused with Adler's solution, and rabbits 8, 9, 17, 18, and 28, which were injected subcutaneously with potassium chromate, rabbits 49 and 73 show that spontaneous nephropathy offers some(More)
The most striking point brought out in this study is that as long as a definite pressure is maintained in either the pulmonary or bronchial circulations, the admixture of bloods is extremely limited. It is easily conceivable that more mixture occurs normally than under the conditions of the experiment, but there is no reason for considering this to be a(More)
During the first four or five days after ligation of the ureter, the changes in the kidney are mainly degenerative in type. One week after ligation of the ureter connective tissue cells begin to appear infiltrating the kidney tissues. There is also an increase in the vascular cells of the glomeruli. These changes are well marked at the end of twenty days(More)
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