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Functional characteristics of mechanoreceptors in sinus hair follicles of the cat
1. The discharge of impulses in afferent fibres dissected from the infraorbital and ulnar nerves of anaesthetized cats was recorded during controlled movements of the maxillary and carpal sinus hairs.
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The use of BELD combination chemotherapy (bleomycin, vindesine, CCNU, and DTIC) in advanced malignant melanoma
Twenty‐one patients with Stage III malignant melanoma have been treated with a 5‐day quadruple chemotherapy regime (BELD) comprising bleomycin 15 mg subcutaneously on days 1 and 4, vindesineExpand
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Plasmapheresis in hereditary angioneurotic edema and systemic lupus erythematosus.
A patient had hereditary angioneurotic edema coincident with systemic lupus erythematosus. This condition resulted in loss of hair, arthralgia, leukoplakia, collitis, and a nephrotic syndrome due toExpand
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Clinical diagnosis of ocular sarcoidosis
Purpose: To assess the value of raised serum angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) levels in making a clinical diagnosis of ocular sarcoidosis in patients with intraocular inflammation, compatible withExpand
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Improving laboratory usage: a review.
  • D. W. Young
  • Medicine
  • Postgraduate medical journal
  • 1 April 1988
Influencing the ordering of laboratory investigations, and in particular reducing unnecessary ones, is a vital concern to many hospitals. An account of the reasons why control is necessary isExpand
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High resolution computed tomography of the temporal bone in infants and children: a review.
Pathologic conditions involving the temporal bone in infants and children are now commonly diagnosed by computed tomography (CT). The importance of utilizing high resolution computed tomographyExpand
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Simple choristoma of the anterior segment containing brain tissue.
We report an unusual case of a simple choristoma of the anterior segment that contained only brain tissue. The clinical characteristics and findings of pathological examination of this unusual ocularExpand
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Assessment of rheumatoid activity based on clinical features and blood and synovial fluid analysis.
Joint inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis has been assessed, and the most useful guides to disease activity were determined by analysis of synovial fluid and blood together with the history of jointExpand
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Chronic Pulmonary Aspiration in Children
According to established diagnostic and therapeutic guidelines for chronic pulmonary aspiration, clinical suspicion is raised by coughing and choking with feeding, coughing during sleep, recurrentExpand
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Renal cortical scintigraphy and single proton emission computerized tomography (SPECT) in the assessment of renal defects in children.
Single photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) is finding greater clinical applicability in pediatric imaging. We applied the principles of SPECT imaging to renal cortical scintigraphy in theExpand
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