J C Berlinguet

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The authors report on a series of 50 consecutive patients, admitted in emergency for complete urine retention of sudden onset. They all presented an enlarged bladder, containing 500 to 2 200 ml of urine. They all underwent vesical drainage through urethral catheterization, without concern for a slow decompression of the bladder. There were six cases of(More)
A technique for the autotransplantation of part of the right atrium in the rat kidney is described. The morphology of these grafts has been studied by light and electron microscopy at intervals varying from 15 to 346 days after transplantation. On light microscopy, the grafts show an organoid organization with a central cavity filled with blood surrounded(More)
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