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The biological and clinical significance of HCG-containing cells in seminoma.
It is concluded that immunocytochemical staining for HCG should form part of the routine histological assessment of seminomas, and that the presence of HCG-containing cells indicates a more aggressive disease. Expand
Renal accumulation of ammonia: the cause of post-ischaemic functional loss and the "blue line".
Prevention of ammonia formation by alkalinisation protects against ischaemic renal damage and the formation of the "blue line", a constant finding after a significant period of renal ischaemia. Expand
Sympathetic orchiopathia--an experimental and clinical study.
In 5 subfertile patients with oligozoospermia and unilateral testicular damage, removal of the damaged testicle did not result in an improvement in their semen analysis, and major impairment of sperm production was produced by contralateral testiculardamage which did not seem to be immunologically mediated or to involve the breakdown of the "blood-testis" barrier. Expand
An ultrastructural study on the effects of warm ischaemia on the inosine-protected kidney.
A major effect of inosine seems to be the preservation of the organelles and rush border of the cells of the proximal tubule during warm ischaemia. Expand
Urothelium and the Specific Red Cell Adherence Test.
The SRCAT was found to be a highly significant test for identifying those patients at risk from invasive bladder tumour and suggested that all subsequent biopsies from these patients should be tested. Expand