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Angina bullosa haemorrhagica: clinical and laboratory features in 30 patients.
Angina bullosa haemorrhagica (ABH) is a relatively recently recognized bullous disorder in which recurrent oral blood blisters appear in the absence of any identified systemic disorder. This studyExpand
Novel mutation in ferroportin1 is associated with autosomal dominant hemochromatosis.
Hemochromatosis is a common disorder characterized by excess iron absorption and accumulation of iron in tissues. Usually hemochromatosis is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern and is causedExpand
Angina bullosa haemorrhagica: lesional immunostaining and haematological findings.
The aetiology of angina bullosa haemorrhagica remains obscure. Fourteen patients with clinical features suggestive of angina bullosa haemorrhagica were investigated. Haemostatic function tests wereExpand
Rectal mucosal plasma cells in inflammatory bowel disease.
To achieve optimum staining and reproducible counts of plasma cells in paraffin embedded tissue with the immunoperoxidase technique we have found it essential to obtain a plateau count by titrationExpand
REVERSIBLE ACUTE RENAL FAILURE IN THE NEPHROTIC SYNDROME WITH MINIMAL GLOMERULAR PATHOLOGY
A case of minimal change glomerulonephritis, associated with the nephrotic syndrome and prolonged acute renal failure requiring two months of dialysis, is reported. Complete recovery of renalExpand
Renomedullary Antihypertensive Function
A B S T R A C T The antihypertensive function of the renal medulla was tested on accelerated (malignant) hypertension of the rabbit. A procedure for the development of accelerated hypertension of theExpand
Renomedullary antihypertensive function in accelerated (malignant) hypertension. Observations on renomedullary interstitial cells.
The antihypertensive function of the renal medulla was tested on accelerated (malignant) hypertension of the rabbit. A procedure for the development of accelerated hypertension of the rabbit ofExpand
Indomethacin in the Treatment of Rheumatic Diseases
Indomethacin is an indole-3-acetic acid derivative (Fig. 1), which has been shown by animal experiments to possess powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-pyretic properties without evidence of toxicityExpand
Fibrinolytic Therapy of Coronary Thrombosis
not therefore surprising that in the present study only slight or moderate fibrinolytic activity, less than one-third of that induced in healthy subjects by strenuous exercise, was seen afterExpand
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