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CUTANEOUS LESIONS ASSOCIATED WITH A DEFICIENCY IN VITAMIN A IN MAN
During the winter and spring of 1928 and 1929 many cases of keratomalacia were seen in the hospital of the Peiping Union Medical College. Most of these occurred among Chinese soldiers, garrisoned inExpand
VARIATIONS IN THE CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY FROM INFANCY TO PUBERTY
In a former paper 1 dealing with the nature and age distribution of the cutaneous manifestations of vitamin A deficiency, it was pointed out that infants and children of prepubertal age did not oftenExpand
NATURE AND DISTRIBUTION ACCORDING TO AGE OF CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY: A STUDY OF TWO HUNDRED AND SEVEN CASES
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The relationship of the ocular changes to a deficiency of vitamin A has been established by frequent clinical and experimental observations in man and in laboratory animals and is thought to be a phenomenon of repair stimulated by atrophy of the original epithelium. Expand
THE HEMOCYTOLOGICAL CONSTITUTION OF ADULT MALE RABBITS FROM FIFTEEN STANDARD BREEDS
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It was concluded that the varying blood formulae could not be explained on any other basis, except an hereditary (genetic) basis. Expand
INCREASED RESISTANCE TO SYPHILIS IN THE RABBIT FOLLOWING PROLONGED ADMINISTRATION OF URINARY ESTROGENS I. FEMINIZING EFFECTS OF ESTROGENS ON ADULT MALE RABBITS
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A study bearing on the relationship between sex and immunity to syphilis in women and the probable importance of the waning sexual functions as a factor influencing the state of susceptibility is considered. Expand
COMPARISON OF THE HEMACYTOLOGICAL CONSTITUTION OF MALE AND FEMALE RABBITS
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Since high correlations were obtained for cells which have been found to be the most reliable indices of the natural immunity of the male host to subsequent inoculation with tumor or syphilis, it was concluded that these cells should give dependable information concerning the natural resistance of the female host to these two diseases. Expand
Isolation of Treponema Pallidum from a Subcutaneous Sarcoid
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Inoculation of animals susceptible to syphilis as well as those to tuberculosis offers a more hopeful method of study than has been heretofore pursued and has little, if any weight, as an argument for their syphilitic nature. Expand
SUBCUTANEOUS CYSTICERCOSIS CELLULOSAE IN MAN: A REPORT OF FIVE CASES
The localization of Cysticercus cellulosae in the subcutaneous tissues of man was reported by Lewin 1 as having occurred in some of the early cases of cysticercosis first recognized in Europe in theExpand
INCREASED RESISTANCE TO SYPHILIS IN THE RABBIT FOLLOWING PROLONGED ADMINISTRATION OF URINARY ESTROGENS II. CHARACTER OF THE REACTION TO TREPONEMA PALLIDUM IN FEMINIZED MALE RABBITS
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With the exception of the primary testicular and scrotal reactions to infection, it is unnecessary to describe separately the results of the two experiments as otherwise the disease followed parallel courses. Expand
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