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Renal medullary calcifications: a light and electron microscopic study.
A clinical and pathological study of seventy cases of myelofibrosis.
Excerpt Idiopathic myelofibrosis is commonly described as characterized by splenomegaly, replacement of the bone marrow by fibrous tissue, a leuko-erythroblastic peripheral blood picture, and extra...
Gonadal function, testicular histology, and meiosis following cyclophosphamide therapy in patients with nephrotic syndrome.
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Gonadal function, histology, and meiosis were studied in patients after puberty who had received cyclophosphamide in the treatment of nephrotic syndrome and found normal preadolescent ovaries and LH and FSH levels were elevated in the azoospermicgroup. Expand
Reversal of hypertension by transplants and lipid extracts of cultured renomedullary interstitial cells.
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The lowering of the hypertensive pressure before there was vascularization of the transplant appears to support the view that the transplanted cells secreted and/ or liberated an antihypertensive substance(s) that seeped out and was absorbed by nearby capillaries and/or lymphatics and circulated and acted in the manner of a hormone. Expand
Atypical fibroxanthoma of the skin. Report of ten cases.
Passive transfer studies with type II collagen antibody in B10.D2/old and new line and C57Bl/6 normal and beige (Chediak-Higashi) strains: evidence of important roles for C5 and multiple inflammatory
C5-normal B10.D2/new line mice were susceptible to passively transferred arthritis from purified type II collagen antibody, and in vitro studies demonstrated that, when bound to cartilage, thisExpand
Malignant hypertension in blacks. Malignant intrarenal arterial disease as observed by light and electron microscopy.
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The prominent, but not pathognomonic, lesion in this series is a myxoid intimal thickening of small arteries consisting of smooth muscle cells, acid mucopolysaccharides, basement membrane-like materal, collagen, and other amorphous and unidentified material, probably plasma derived. Expand
SECRETION OF MEDULLIPIN I BY ISOLATED KIDNEYS PERFUSED UNDER ELEVATED PRESSURE
1. Medullipin I (Med I) is a hormone extracted from renal papillae and its renomedullary interstitial cells (RIC). Med I is stimulated by elevation of the renal artery perfusion pressure.
Chemical protection of irradiated monkeys in combination with autologous and homologous marrow transfusion.
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When homologous marrow cell transfusions are employed with similar doses of whole-body irradiation, early regeneration of the marrow occurs, and proliferation of the donor cells can be demonstrated. Expand
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