D. J. Waks

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The programming of minicomputers to date has resembled Pooh Bear coming downstairs because although we feel that there really is another way, we rarely stop bumping. Programmers for small computers have long exhibited what we call "the minicomputer syndrome", which is a very low expectation of program support and facilities on a minicomputer and a lack of(More)
A new observation of inherited factor XIII deficiency is described. The patient had presented in the past with an umbilical haemorrhage, a cerebral haemorrhage, multiple haematomas with delayed onset after minimal trauma, and episodes of spontaneous haemarthrosis. The biological diagnosis was made at the age of 7 years. The child had undetectable(More)
The erythropoietin (Ep) plasma titre of 41 anaemic patients with normal renal function or with renal insufficiency (with or without kidney) was measured by RIA and compared to values observed with the polycythaemic mouse assay. A good correlation was found with both methods (r = 0.88). However, about 20% of samples gave higher values with the bioassay. 21(More)
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