Jenny Watson

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SENSITIVITY of the bladder epithelium to carcinogenic stimuli was demon-trated by the induction of cancer following the introduction of coal tar directly showed that the implantation of relatively large paraffin wax pellets without added chemicals into the bladders of rats induced papillomas. On the other hand Rudali, Chalvet and Winternitz (1955) were(More)
Artificial insemination in the C3HeB/FeJ inbred strain of mice has been shown to be more successful at the middle and end of the calendar year. The reasons are twofold: 1) an increase in the number of normal estrous cycles exhibited by females and 2) an increase in the tightness of the phasing of ovarian and vaginal events. The latter phenomenon was found(More)
BACKGROUND Poor co-ordination of services can have severe consequences for disadvantaged children with complex needs. Since 2003 national and local governments in England embarked on sweeping reforms aimed at improving and integrating local health, education and social services for children. These were to be organized locally by children's trusts and(More)
Eight children with symptoms of HIV infection were treated for 12-26 months (median 14 months) with infusions of intravenous immunoglobulin (200 mg/kg) every three weeks. Significant improvement was noted in all children in terms of weight gain, number of infectious episodes, and days spent in hospital. This resulted in a 49% saving in cost on treatment(More)
Jaundice developing after the neonatal period requires prompt investigation. Surgical causes of cholestatic jaundice, apart from extrahepatic biliary atresia and choledochal cyst, are rare. We describe a case of bile duct dilatation associated with an impacted calculus at the ampulla of Vater in a haemophiliac. The ultrasound finding of a dilated duct was(More)