Per F. Marton

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The healing of closed, non-immobilized femoral fractures in rats was seriously impaired by indomethacin given orally at a dose of 2 mg/kg daily. The fracture haematomas were larger and disappeared later in the animals receiving indomethacin. Mechanical strength testing of fracture healing showed that maximal tensile strength, elastic stiffness and maximal(More)
In a 55-year-old male a nodular mass of heterotopic ossification developed in the intestinal mesentery two weeks after coloproctectomy for severe ulcerative colitis. The lesion was located close to the ileostoma where it encroached upon the intestinal wall and led to luminal obstruction. Histological examination of the tumour mass showed actively(More)
Previous work has shown that parameters of cell activation studied on lymphoma biopsies can be used to discriminate between low-grade and high-grade non-Hodgkin's lymphomas and to predict prognosis in the low-grade malignancy group alone. We have now examined expression of several activation antigens and indicators of DNA synthesis in 29 patients with(More)
Fifty human B-cell lymphomas have been studied with regard to surface markers (surface immunoglobulins (sIg) and complement receptors (CR)), capping of sIg, and relative amounts of sIg by single-cell flow cytometry. The results show that these lymphomas can be subdivided into distinct immunological subsets. Whereas one histological subgroup (lymphocytic)(More)
In vitro stimulation of cells from 8 non-Hodgkin's lymphomas comprising several histologic types with a tumor promotor (TPA) and with or without anti-immunoglobulins directed against the surface immunoglobulin of the tumor cells is reported. Morphologic transformation to immunoblastic and plasmablastic cells, but not to plasma cells, and induction of Ig and(More)
  • Per F. Marton
  • Scandinavian journal of haematology. Supplementum
  • 1975
Previous light microscopic studies have revealed the erythroclastic potential of the rat bone marrow reticulum cells, and call for ultrastructural study of the finer details of this process. Electron microscopy of rat bone marrow which had been stimulated to increase its erythrophagic activity, either by splenectomy or by transfusion of heat denatured(More)
Two cases of granulocytic sarcoma in the cervix are described, adding to the six previously reported cases. Both our cases were primarily misdiagnosed as other types of small-cell malignant tumors. Misdiagnosis often occurs in granulocytic sarcomas, especially for those in extraskeletal sites or when the tumor precedes development of frank leukemia. A(More)
Erythrophagocytosis in human bone marrow has been studied in selected series of iliacal bone biopsies embedded in methacrylate or epoxy resin. Using established light microscopic criteria for recognition of the early digestive erythrophagic vacuole, intense erythrophagic activity was encountered in a series of 5 patients with haemolytic disease. A series of(More)
Sera from 53 patients with Hodgkin's disease (HD) and 56 patients with non-Hodgkin malignant lymphoma (NH) were investigated, prior to treatment, for the presence of circulating immune complexes (CIC) by the 125I-C1q-binding radioassay. The patients were then followed for 14-31 months. No significant association was found between the presence of CIC and(More)