Benjamin Hamburger

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We reviewed retrospectively 40 children seen from 1980 to 1984 with vesicoureteral reflux in 53 ureters. All patients had a hyperreflexic bladder on urodynamic evaluation with or without vesicoperineal dyssynergia but they were otherwise neurologically normal. All except 1 child received prophylactic antibiotics. Of the children 37 received oxybutynin(More)
Seventeen children who had vesicoureteral reflux underwent urodynamic and rectal manometric studies. All had uninhibited bladder contractions. All had rectal dilatation confirming the presence of constipation by rectal balloon manometry. The recurrent association of constipation with ureteral reflux suggests the possibility of a nonfortuitous association.
Growth hormone release-inhibiting hormone (GHR-IH) was administered to five patients with abnormal pituitary-adrenal function. There was immediate suppression by about 50% of ACTH levels in two patients who had undergone bilateral adrenalectomy because of Cushing's disease; one of them had Nelson's syndrome. Bromocryptine (2-5 mg) suppressed ACTH levels by(More)
This article addresses how low-income urban adolescents view the fairness of different aspects of American society, including how wealth is distributed, the nature of legal constraints, and overall social opportunities and legitimacy. This research emerged from efforts to understand the moral and emotional nature of some adolescents' aggressive tendencies.(More)
Golden orfes were examined for uptake, distribution, and elimination of radioactivity administered in the form of a 14C-labelled fluorescent whitening agent (FWA) of the bis(triazolyl)stilbenedisulfonic acid type. Results of these studies are given below. Pilot trials using FWA concentrations of 10 and 100 ppb and a population density of 1 fish per liter(More)
Fourteen patients with acromegaly were treated with bromocryptine (CB 154, Sandoz), 4 X 2.5 mg, for periods of up to eleven months. One patient did not tolerate the drug, ten of the remaining thirteen experienced considerable clinical improvement. There was a dose-dependent suppression of plasma growth hormone levels, but growth hormone response to TRH(More)
Die wissenschaftliche Disziplin der Humanökologie untersucht Wirkungszusammenhän-ge und Interaktionen zwischen Gesellschaft, Mensch und Umwelt. Die Autoren und Autorinnen untersuchen, wie die Humanökologie von systemtheoretischen Ansätzen profitieren kann – und stellen so neue Verknüpfungen zwischen eher isoliert stehenden Erkenntnisbereichen her. An(More)