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Thymic origin of atypical lymphoid cells in infectious mononucleosis.
The peripheral-blood lymphocytes from eight patients with infectious mononucleosis included an abnormally high proportion of cells forming spontaneous rosettes with sheep red blood-cells, and it was concluded that the atypical cells of I.M. are derived from the T lymphocyte population. Expand
Smooth Muscle Autoantibodies in Infectious Mononucleosis
Smooth muscle antibodies (S.M.A.) were found in the sera of 81% of 126 patients over 10 years old with seropositive infectious mononucleosis tested within one month of onset and in children 10 years of age or less in these two categories S. M.A. were present in 75% and 25% respectively. Expand
Hereditary Heinz‐Body Anaemia
Five hitherto unreported patients suffering from hereditary Heinz-body anaemia are reported, four are members of the same family and only one has undergone splenectomy, and an abnormal heat-labile haemoglobin fraction has been demonstrated in each patient. Expand
The pattern of spread and survival in 596 cases of breast cancer related to clinical staging and histological grade.
Tumours were graded for malignancy either routinely or retrospectively on all patients with carcinoma simplex or scirrhous carcinoma, and the relation of grading to the subsequent development and distribution of metastases studied. Expand
Myxoedema as a Cause of Death
It was concluded that in mental institutions or elsewhere a positive toxoplasmin reaction is acquired like a positive Schick reaction with increasing age, and is very infrequently associated with clinical toxoplasmosis; and that toxoplasmaosis is not a common cause of mental defect. Expand
Kveim test in Crohn's disease.
Death in Myxoedema Coma
The prevailing opinion appears to be that pericardial effusion is only rarely a contributory factor in causing enlargement of the "myxoedema heart." Kern et al. (1949). describe four consecutive,Expand