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Peer social status of children with anxiety disorders.
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[Bone changes in Gaucher disease].
Among Ashkenazi-Jews, Gaucher' disease, an autosomal-recessive hereditary genetic defect of sphingolipid metabolism, occurs more frequently than in the general population. Because of lack of theExpand
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Trichosporon capitatum: thrush-like oral infection, local invasion, fungaemia and metastatic abscess formation in a leukaemic patient.
A thrush-like oral infection with subsequent alveolar abscess formation and a positive blood culture due to Trichosporon capitatum developed in a patient with acute myelogenous leukaemia. Later T.Expand
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[Prevention of thrombosis in gynecology].
  • P. Frick
  • Medicine
  • Gynakologische Rundschau
  • 1983
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Kernicterus in an adult
A 43‐year‐old woman was initially seen because of icterus. Clinical investigations revealed severe hepatic damage probably due to non‐A, non‐B hepatitis. She was treated with extracorporealExpand
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[Nail mycoses of opportunistic type].
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[High hemoglobin concentration and high hematocrit values in patients with homologous kidney grafts].
9% of kidney allograft recipients were found to develop high hemoglobin concentrations and high hematocrit levels. This abnormality was found only in patients carrying their own diseased kidneys. TheExpand
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[Spontaneous remission in chronic lymphatic leukemia].
  • S. Frick, P. Frick
  • Medicine
  • Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift
  • 27 February 1993
We describe three patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia who had a complete spontaneous remission, and review the cases reported in the literature. The mechanism leading to spontaneous remissionExpand
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[Current status of immunity to hepatitis A virus in various adult groups].
BACKGROUND As sanitary and economic conditions improve, the prevalence of antibodies to hepatitis A is now significantly lower. AIM To evaluate the prevalence of hepatitis A virus antibodies inExpand
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