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Benign fibrous histiocytoma of bone
The clinical, radiologic, and pathological features of eight cases of fibrohistiocytic bone lesions histologically identical to the nonossifying fibroma of childhood arc presented. They differed fromExpand
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Postural movements during normal standing in man.
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5-Hydroxytryptamine in the Circulation of the Dog
Estimation of the relative importance of platelets, lungs, liver and peripheral vascular beds in removing this amine from the circulation of the dog shows that the lungs are most active in thisExpand
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A comparison of pentosan polysulphate and heparin. II: Effects of subcutaneous injection.
A comparison has been made between the effects of pentosan polysulphate (SP54) and mucosal heparin following subcutaneous injection in man. Unlike heparin, pentosan polysulphate has relatively littleExpand
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Measurement of fibrinogen and fibrin degradation products in serum by staphylococcal clumping test.
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Anticoagulant activities of lung and mucous heparins.
Abstract It is generally assumed that heparins prepared from different tissues have equivalent actions. However, significant differences were found between lung and mucosal heparins when they wereExpand
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ABNORMALITIES OF PLATELET AGGREGATION IN PATIENTS WITH ALCOHOLIC CIRRHOSIS
  • D. Thomas
  • Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 October 1972
Patients with cirrhosis of the liver are known to suffer from a complex hemostatic defect, to which thrombocytopenia,' low levels of several blood clotting factors,' abnormal plasminogen-plasminExpand
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ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES, ANTITHROMBIN-III ACTIVITY, AND POSTOPERATIVE DEEP-VEIN THROMBOSIS
Deep-vein thrombosis (D.V.T.) was detected by the fibrinogen-uptake test in six out of a total of thirty-one young women undergoing emergency abdominal surgery who gave a history of recent oralExpand
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Acquired Dysfibrinogenaemia in Acute and Chronic Liver Disease
Plasma from patients with both acute and chronic liver disease has been examined for evidence of acquired dysfibrinogenaemia, using electrophoretic methods and coagulation tests. An examination ofExpand
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