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Papillary necrosis due to Candida albicans in a renal allograft.
C andida infection of the kidney is a common complication of systemic candidiasis. 1-3 The usual route of infection is via the blood with production of renal abscesses, 2 but rarely local infectionExpand
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Pulmonary hypertension, resulting from tumor emboli to pulmonary arteries.
A rare cause of pulmonary hypertension is exemplified by a patient who developed symptoms 11 years after carcinoma of the breast was treated. Cardiac catheterization was performed, The autopsyExpand
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The Effect of Alpha‐Difluromethylornithine and Tartaric Acid on Sperm Count, Seminal yGT, FSH, LH, Testosterone and Steroid Excretion in Patients with Chronic Prostatitis
Der Einfluß von alpha‐Difluromethylornithin und Weinsteinsäure auf Spermatozoendichte, Sperma γGT, FSH, LH, Testosteron und Steroidausscheidung bei Patienten mit chronischer Prostatitis
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[In-vitro stimulation of sperm motility using a deproteinized hemodevivative and a luteinizing hormone].
The effect of a commercial deproteinized blood extract--on motility of human spermatozoa was examined in vitro. The improvement of motility as seen after addition of 5 and 10 percent of thisExpand
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[Average concentrations of FSH and LH in seminal plasma as determined by radioimmunoassay].
In 322 males, 25 to 50 years of age, levels of LH and FSH respectively were determined in seminal plasma by radioimmunoassay. Average values of 0,78 ng/ml and 3.95 ng/ml were found as for FSH and LHExpand
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[On the therapy of keloids].
  • H. Feller
  • Medicine
  • Munchener medizinische Wochenschrift
  • 23 October 1959
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Na‐Tartrate in the Treatment of Chronic Nonbacterial Prostatitis
In an open investigation 20 patients with a history of chronic abacterial prostatitis (24 month duration) and of multiple therapies were treated by 0.07 –0.15/kg Na‐tartrate.
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[Effectiveness of repeated antibiotic or chemotherapeutic treatments on Shigella carrier states].
A group of 39 former dysentery patients, who continued to excrete Shigella bacteria after a first cure of antibiotics when full clinical recovery was obtained, were treated differentially underExpand