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WAR AMENORRHEA: A CLINICAL AND LABORATORY STUDY
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Soon after their arrival at the Santo Tomas Internment Camp in Manila, Philippines, on Jan. 4, 1942 a high incidence of amenorrhea was noticed and among the 1,042 women of menstrual age the authors were able to find 125 patients with Amenorrhea which had developed since the outbreak of the war. Expand
FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE LIVER IN PREGNANCY: REPORT OF A CASE WITH RECOVERY: CHEMICAL AND HISTOLOGIC STUDIES
TLDR
Although very rare, acute yellow atrophy of the liver in pregnancy may be epidemic, as reported by Kent, 2 who observed 14 cases within eighteen months, all in pregnancy. Expand
Pregnancy and Sickle Cell Disease
TLDR
This leaflet attempts to answer some of the questions women with SCD have about the effect pregnancy will have on their SCD, whether the SCD will affect the baby, and what will happen during pregnancy. Expand
Hydration treatment of eclampsia.
Early ectopic pregnancy.
The time for postpartum sterilization
TLDR
Bacteriologic studies support the well-known clinical fact that the removal of membranes or fragments of placental tissue from the uterus shortly after delivery is relatively safe, whereas, the same procedure after the first postpartum day may be a dangerous intervention. Expand
Newborn mortality and morbidity with continuous caudal analgesia; an analysis of cases in New York, Philadelphia and Memphis, with controls.
TLDR
Results in a significant number of deliveries from the U. S. Marine Hospital in San Diego are analyzed to analyze the well-being of the newborn infant who, with this technic, has escaped the penalty of transplacental narcosis from sedative drugs and general anesthetics. Expand
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