Ewart G. Hinds

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Renal failure develops frequently in association with transfusion reactions, blackwater fever (12, 20), the "crush syndrome" (5), and a variety of other conditions characterized by marked intravascular hemolysis (21). Three features are more or less common to all of these, namely, the presence of hemoglobin or related pigments circulating freely in the(More)
1. A readily reproducible pathological lesion closely resembling that typical of the "transfusion kidney" has been obtained by the injection of hemoglobin into rabbits having acid urine, whose renal tubules had previously been damaged to a moderate degree by (a) a short period of complete renal ischemia, or (b) the administration of a specific chemical(More)
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