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Controlled trial of exchange-transfusion therapy in fulminant hepatitis.
Abstract A controlled trial of exchange-transfusion therapy for fulminant hepatic failure is reported. The majority of patients with fulminant hepatitis and deep coma do not survive. Treatment with… Expand
Puzzling Jaundice: Probable Relationship to Laxative Ingestion
Four women, ages 47 to 86 years, had a similar, moderately severe illness characterized by fatigue, vague abdominal symptoms, jaundice, and moderate hepatomegaly. Laboratory abnormalities consisted… Expand
PHOSPHORUS EXCRETION TESTS IN HYPERPARATHYROIDISM WITH CONTROLLED PHOSPHORUS INTAKE.
- M. Bernstein, H. Yamahiro, T. Reynolds
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The Journal of clinical endocrinology and…
- 1 July 1965
Phosphorus excretion tests were performed in 27 patients with surgically confirmed hyperparathyroidism with a controlled phosphorus intake of 600 mg/m2/24 hr. Results were compared with previously… Expand
Effects of ascitic fluid infusion on sodium excretion, blood volume, and creatinine clearance in cirrhosis.
The effect of a side-to-side portacaval shunt on hepatic hemodynamics in cirrhosis.
Phosphate excretion in normal and hyperparathyroid subjects with controlled phosphate intake.
The use of carbethoxysyringoyl methylreserpate in hypertension.
- B. Barbour, G. Irwin, H. Yamahiro, W. Frasher, R. Maronde
- The American journal of cardiology
- 1 February 1959
Abstract 1. (1) Single intravenous doses of carbethoxysyringoyl methylreserpate given to 2 patients with moderately severe hypertension produced a marked hypotensive effect. 2. (2) Four individuals… Expand
Letter: Randomization of corticosteroid therapy in fulminant hepatitis.