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Familial primary amyloidosis with severe amyloid heart disease.
- T. Frederiksen, H. Gøtzsche, N. Harboe, W. Kiaer, K. Mellemgaard
- The American journal of medicine
- 1 September 1962
Abstract Among twelve siblings there were five cases of primary systemic amyloidosis. The anatomic findings are reported, based particularly on two autopsy cases. The predominant clinical feature was… Expand
On the Possible Significance of the Lymphoid Organs for the Production of Serum Proteins in the Rat.1
Summary. By means of subtotal extirpation (comprising until 90 per cent.) of the lymphoid organs in the rat an attempt has been made to throw some light upon the possible connexion between these… Expand
Another case of hyperglobulinemia and affection of the central nervous system.
Leukemic myelomatosis (plasma cell leukemia); a review with report of four cases.
Ultracentrifugation, electrophoresis and viscometry of serum proteins. I. Lymphogranuloma venereum.
Effects of Cortisone on Experimental Glomerulonephritis
Earlier attempts to produce glomerulonephritis in immune and sensitized animals with bacterial antigens gave equivocal results. The full picture of an acute glomerulonephritis (type 1 nephritis of… Expand
Plasma cellular reaction and reticulosis of the spleen in experimental scurvy in relation to the electrophoretic pattern of the serum proteins.
On the effect of corticotropin (ACTH) on myelomatosis with special reference to the bone marrow and the serum proteins.
The Effects of Adrenocorticotrophic Hormone (ACTH) in a Case of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis 1, 2
A 10 year old girl with a rheumatoid arthritis was treated with ACTH. At first a marked clinical improvement was seen as well as a decrease of the sedimentation rate to the normal. The treatment was… Expand