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Fetal complications of amniocentesis.
Amniocentesis is an invaluable diagnostic tool. In the hands of the experienced, the complication rate is small but not unimportant. The possibility of puncturing the fetus at any point, injectingExpand
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Effectiveness of certified nurse-midwives. A prospective evaluation study.
A prospective evaluation study of the effectiveness of the services of certified nurse-midwives demonstrated that in a hospital setting the care of low-risk maternity patients provided byExpand
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Effectiveness of certified nurse-midwives
A prospective evaluation study of the effectiveness of the services of certified nurse-midwives demonstrated that in a hospital setting the care of low-risk maternity patients provided byExpand
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Studies of the human trophoblast in tissue culture. 1. Cultural methods and histochemical staining.
  • H. Thiede
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
  • 1 April 1960
Abstract There is disagreement in the findings of investigators working with explants of the placenta in tissue culture. A method of in vitro growth of cells from the immature chorionic villus inExpand
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Investigation of serum lipoproteins and apoproteins in abetalipoproteinaemia.
SUMMARY 1. The serum lipoproteins, apoproteins and lecithin-cholesterol acyltransferase activity of three patients with abetalipoproteinaemia have been studied. 2. Concentration of lipoproteins withExpand
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SERIAL CYTOGENETIC AND HEMATOLOGIC STUDIES ON A MONGOL WITH TRISOMY-21 AND ACUTE CONGENITAL LEUKEMIA.
A child with mongolism and acute congenital leukemia who had a year long spontaneous remission of the leukemia died at 2⅓ years of age of acute myeloid leukemia. Chromosome studies conducted when theExpand
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CARCINOMA OF THE BLADDER IN PREGNANCY: REPORT OF THREE CASES.
Abstract Three cases of carcinoma of the bladder complicating pregnancy are reported. The incidence, prognosis, and treatment of such cases are discussed. The need for the thorough evaluation ofExpand
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A Method for Obtaining Monolayer Cultures of Human Fetal Cells from Term Placentas.∗
  • H. Thiede, J. Rudolph
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Society for Experimental…
  • 1 July 1961
Summary Technics are presented for obtaining monolayer cultures of human fetal cells from the chorionic villi of mature placentas. Mixed cultures of epithelioid and spindle cells are obtained withExpand
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Chromosomes and human pregnancy wastage.
  • H. Thiede, S. Metcalfe
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
  • 15 December 1966
Abstract Those factors which predispose a conception to abortion are poorly understood. While investigating the cytogenetic aspects of this problem chromosome studies were completed on 91 humanExpand
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CHROMOSOME STUDIES OF HUMAN SPONTANEOUS ABORTIONS.
  • H. Thiede, S. Salm
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
  • 15 September 1964
Abstract 1. 1. The chromosomes of 12 spontaneous and 8 therapeutic abortions were studied. 2. 2. The idiograms of all 6 therapeutic abortions for purely maternal indications were normal. The abnormalExpand
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