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Normal and Impaired Retinal Vascular Reactivity
Normal retinal arteries and veins will constrict when the arterial blood oxygen tension is increased and dilate when it is lowered. A technic, employing fundus photography, is described for measuringExpand
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Studies of retinal circulation and A-V oxygen difference in man.
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Pulmonary lymphangiomyomatosis responsive to progesterone.
PULMONARY lymphangiomyomatosis occurs almost exclusively in women of reproductive age.1 The principal manifestation is a proliferation of immature smooth muscle throughout the peribronchial, periva...
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The effect of change in body position on lung volumes and intrapulmonary gas mixing in patients with obesity, heart failure, and emphysema.
Postural alterations in certain subdivisions of the lung volume and in intrapulmonary gas mixing have been preyiously demonstrated in normal subjects (1-6). The functional residual capacity becomesExpand
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The Continuous Recording of Central Venous Pressure Changes from an Arm Vein
With the subject in the right lateral decubitus position, changes of central venous pressure can be recorded accurately and conveniently from a vein in the antecubital fossa of the dependent arm.Expand
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Effect of altered intrathoracic pressure on renal hemodynamics, electrolyte excretion and water clearance.
Breathing against a continuous positive or negative pressure has been demonstrated to alter urine flow. Continuous positive pressure breathing is associated with a decrease in the rate of urine flowExpand
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Hashimoto encephalopathy: A brainstem vasculitis?
Since the first description of a characteristic clinical neuropsychiatric picture in a patient with Hashimoto thyroiditis by Brain et al.1 in 1966, several patients with similar or identical symptomsExpand
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The Effect of Moderate Changes in Blood Volume on Left and Right Atrial Pressures
The blood volume of 15 dogs was progressively increased an estimated 30 per cent by repeated blood infusions and decreased 30 per cent by stepwise hemorrhage. The pressures in the venous system, bothExpand
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Cardiopulmonary insufficiency i myotonic and progressive muscular dystrophy.
DESPITE the frequent occurrence of ventilatory insufficiency and congestive heart failure in myotonic and progressive muscular dystrophy,1 2 3 the cardiac and pulmonary disturbances in theseExpand
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Diffuse lung disease due to lymphangiomyoma.
Abstract A newly recognized disease is described, with a report of one case and review of sixteen others in the literature presented under various names. It occurs in female subjects, isExpand
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