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The pathogenesis and significance of menisceal cysts.
  • H. Barrie
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British…
  • 1 May 1979
From a total of 1571 surgically excised menisci, 112 (7.1 per cent) were found by gross and microscopic examination to contain one or more cysts. All of these cysts were associated with tears, eitherExpand
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Electrolyte and pH changes in Human Milk
Summary: Milk samples from 100 lactating mothers in the 10 days following delivery have been analyzed for pH, sodium, and potassium. The sodium concentration was high in the first 5 days, mean 21 ± 5Expand
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Hypertrophy and laminar calcification of cartilage in loose bodies as probable evidence of an ossification abnormality
  • H. Barrie
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of pathology
  • 1 October 1980
Of 83 loose bodies containing hyaline cartilage, 54 were composed of cartilage alone, and 29 of cartilage and bone. In both groups, hypertrophy of the cartilage was common but 53 per cent of theExpand
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Hypothesis--a diagram of the form and origin of loose bodies in osteochondritis dissecans.
  • H. Barrie
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of rheumatology
  • 1984
As an aid to explaining the relationship between the form and origin of loose bodies in osteochondritis dissecans (OD), diagrams are presented and discussed.
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Studies of respiratory physiology in children
Summary Studies of total lung diffusion measured by the single-breath carbon monoxide method have been reported for 59 normal subjects between the ages of 7 and 40 years. In addition determinationsExpand
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Studies of respiratory physiology in children. II. Lung volumes and mechanics of respiration in 64 patients with cystic fibrosis of the pancreas.
Tidal volume, respiratory rate and lung volumes have been measured in 64 patients with cystic fibrosis of the pancreas while lung compliance and resistance were measured in 42 of these. SerialExpand
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Acid-base control during exchange transfusion.
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Fatal pneumocystis pneumonia in an adult. Report of a case.
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Effect of feeding on gastric and oesophageal pressures in the newborn.
Abstract Gastric and oesophageal pressures were recorded in eighteen newborn infants while they were given milk via nasogastric tube. All infants regurgitated milk into the lower half of theExpand
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Metabolic acidosis and infant feeding.
Most cows' milk based formulae for infant feeding present a greater acid load to the infant than breast milk. To determine the effect of this difference the acid base state of 180 healthy termExpand
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