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Predominance of type 2 cytokine-producing CD4+ and CD8+ cells in patients with atopic dermatitis.
BACKGROUND Recently, increased IL-4 and decreased interferon-gamma (IFN-gamma) production in peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) from patients with atopic dermatitis have been reported byExpand
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Surgical treatment for transvenous tumor extension into the heart: four cases.
From 1984 to 1996, four patients with transvenous intracardiac tumor extension underwent operations in the Kobe University Hospital. The primary tumors of two were intravenous leiomyomatosesExpand
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[Absence of a primary division of the pulmonary trunk--aortic origin of the right pulmonary artery].
  • N. Ishii, S. Konno
  • Medicine
  • Kyobu geka. The Japanese journal of thoracic…
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[Atopic dermatitis on infant physical examination].
The prevalence rate of atopic dermatitis was investigated in 4-month-old infants, who were examined by dermatologists at regular health checks at a health center. Among 739 infants examined, 150 wereExpand
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Biological observations on the mosquito, Aedes albopictus.
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Results obtained in testing molluscacides in field plots containing Oncomelania nosophora, an intermediate host of Schistosoma japonicum.
Summary 1.  Out of 59 chemicals and mixtures tested in the laboratory on O. nosophora, 26 were selected for tests in field plots. 2.  Six of these gave encouraging results. They included: calciumExpand
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The use of molluscacides in the control of Oncomelania nosophora, an intermediate host of Schistosoma japonicum.
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[Results in surgical treatment of thymoma].
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Parasitological studies in the Far East. IV. An epidemiologic survey in Yamanashi Prefecture, Honshu, Japan.
This parasitological survey was undertaken in Yamanashi Prefecture during December 1947 and was completed by the end of February 1948. As in the case of the preceding surveys it was a cooperativeExpand
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Parasitological studies in the Far East. II. An epidemiologic survey in Fukui Prefecture, Honshu, Japan.
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