P. Gressner

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The case described is that of an 8 1/2 year old Turkish girl, who showed the clinical symptomatology typical of Louis-Bar Syndrome. Immunoglobulin-A, although present in the blood of both parents was in this case in neither blood or C.S.F. detected. On muscle biopsy a chronic granulomatous myositis was found, which can be interpreted as a special form of(More)
The patho-anatomical findings in 17 cases treated with a percutaneous subclavian catheter are described. There were small and insignificant parietal thrombi in two areas: i. at the angle formed by the veinous wall and the catheter entering the vessel (7 times); ii. thrombi up to the size of a lentil where the tip of the catheter was touching the intima (11(More)
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