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TEXTBOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
The second volume consists of truly excellent plates illustrating a wide range of pathological conditions; most are reproductions of coloured photographs of gross and microscopic tissue preparations.…
Conn's syndrome with severe hypertension.
DEFICIENCY OF VITAMIN C AND VITAMIN P IN MAN
- H. Scarborough
- 23 November 1940
CCCLXXXIII.—Substitution products of 4-hydroxybenzophenone and of its methyl ether
The nature of the action of renin and hypertensin on renal function in the rabbit
- N. Hughes-Jones, G. Pickering, P. Sanderson, H. Scarborough, J. Vandenbroucke
- Medicine, BiologyThe Journal of physiology
- 15 September 1949
It is found that hypertensin would produce effects on renal function in the rabbit similar to those produced by renin, and the opportunity has also been taken to study more closely the mode of action of these substances.
CONGENITAL AFIBRINOGENAEMIA REPORT OF A CASE WITH A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
The principal clinical features of congenital afibrinogenaemia are its hereditary character, a high incidence of consanguinity in the parents, the susceptibility of both sexes, a total absence of fibrinogens in the blood, and complete incoagulability of the blood.
CAPILLARY FRAGILITY (RESISTANCE) NEGATIVE- AND POSITIVE-PRESSURE TEST COMPARED
Incidence of Uraemia and Requirements for Maintenance Haemodialysis
- R. Branch, G. W. Clark, A. Cochrane, J. Jones, H. Scarborough
- MedicineBritish medical journal
- 30 January 1971
The hospital survey and replies to a questionnaire sent to all general practitioners in the area suggest that in the three-year period 14 patients may have been suitable for treatment by maintenance haemodialysis or renal transplantation.
Observations on the nature of vitamin P and the vitamin P potency of certain foodstuffs.
- H. Scarborough
- Chemistry, MedicineThe Biochemical journal
EFFECT OF HESPERIDIN (VITAMIN P) ON CAPILLARY FRAGILITY