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Cryptococcus meningitis in a case of congenital hemolytic anemia.
Excerpt The following case of cryptococcus meningitis is reported because of three interesting facets: its occurrence in a patient with congenital hemolytic anemia, an associated leukemoid reaction...
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THE INDUCED DEVELOPMENT AND HISTOGENESIS OF PLASMA CELLS
  • F. Miller
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental medicine
  • 31 July 1931
As result of finding numerous plasma cells in the omenta of rabbits injected with tuberculo-protein, a method to induce the production of large numbers of these cells has been discovered. The tissuesExpand
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A STUDY OF THE TOXIC PROPERTIES OF TUBERCULO-PROTEINS AND POLYSACCHARIDES
The temperature reaction in tuberculous and normal guinea pigs and rabbits is elicited by the tuberculo-protein and probably not at all by the polysaccharides. The polysaccharides may have someExpand
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The Relation of Hodgkin's Disease, Lymphosarcoma and Reticulum Cell Sarcoma.
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CHANGES IN THE BONE MARROW AND BLOOD CELLS OF DEVELOPING RABBITS
1. The full number of erythroid cells in the blood stream of the rabbit is reached by the 3rd week of life. 2. During this period, there is a predominance of erythrogenesis in the bone marrow. 3.Expand
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ARTERIAL EMBOLISM AND EMBOLECTOMY: REPORT OF CASES
An embolus occluding one of the main arterial stems of the extremities is an uncommon occurrence. Bull 1 demonstrated embolism of the extremities fifteen times in 6,140 postmortem examinations. SuchExpand
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Negative Effect of Gastric Juice Administered Intravenously to Patients with Pernicious Anemia
Conclusion Normal, whole, neutralized gastric juice which had been passed through a Berkefeld V filter and administered intravenously to patients with pernicious anemia does not produce a hematologicExpand
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The concentration of myelokentric and lymphokentric acids from serum and plasma of leukemic patients.
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