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Cutaneous Molt Induced by Calciphylaxis in the Rat
A molt, conducive to the loss and subsequent replacement of all cutaneous layers, can be induced by topical "calciphylaxis" in the rat. This is accomplished by sensitization with dihydrotachysterolExpand
Alternative medicine in ancient and medieval history.
The author, in an attempt to clarify whether the rise of alternative medicine is a phenomenon characteristic of our time or whether it existed in the past as well, has identified at least threeExpand
A history of medicine: primitive and ancient medicine.
In defence of abortion.
A history of medicine: Greek medicine.
Possible Reasons for Neolithic Skull Trephining
  • P. Prioreschi
  • History, Medicine
  • Perspectives in biology and medicine
  • 1991
The operation consisted in removing a piece of the skull from a parietal bone but sometimes from the frontal or occipital area to expose the dura mater, and it is assumed that, at least in the successful cases, the dURA mater was not perforated because meningitis would have followed almost inevitably, and the patient would not have survived long. Expand
Isolation of Krebs cycle acids from tissues for gas chromatography.
Abstract Modifications of several techniques commonly employed for quantitative isolation and partition or ion-exchange chromatographic separation of organic acids were investigated for theirExpand
Chlorides, Potassium and Experimental Cardiac Necroses
It is known that the cardiac necroses produced by 9α-fluorocortisol (F-COL) plus Na2HPO4 are prevented by the administration of chlorides or potassium salts. In this paper it is shown that variousExpand
Role of Potassium in the Pathogenesis of the “Electrolyte‐Steroid‐Cardiopathy with Necrosis”
The author concludes that, although it is conceivable that the diminution of potassium in the heart could favor the development of the necroses, the hypothesis of the ESCN as a result of a simple potassium depletion cannot be accepted. Expand