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Nasal cancer in woodworkers in the furniture industry.
A method is described which uses non-radioactive sodium chromate enriched with chromium-50 (50Cr) for the measurement of the red cell survival time. The chromium content of serial blood samples wasExpand
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Nasal Cancer in the Northamptonshire Boot and Shoe Industry
A survey of the incidence of nasal cancer in Northamptonshire during the period 1953 to 1967 is reported. Of the 46 patients with nasal cancer ascertained during the 15-year period 21 (19 males and 2Expand
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Characteristics of women with dysplasia or carcinoma in situ of the cervix uteri.
To identify risk factors for various cervical abnormalities, 237 women with abnoromal cervical smears and 422 control women were interviewed. Cervical biopsy specimens taken from the patients withExpand
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Sarcoidosis: with special reference to diagnosis and prognosis.
  • R. Cowdell
  • Medicine
  • The Quarterly journal of medicine
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Adenocarcinoma of the nasal cavity and sinuses in England and Wales
Acheson, E. D., Cowdell, R. H., and Rang, Elizabeth (1972).Brit. J. industr. Med.,29, 21-30. Adenocarcinoma of the nasal cavity and sinuses in England and Wales. A survey of nasal adenocarcinoma inExpand
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Nasal cancer in England and Wales: an occupational survey.
A national survey of the incidence of nasal cancer in England and Wales during the period 1963-7 with special reference to occupation confirmed the well-known increases in incidence of nasal cancerExpand
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Chromosomes of precancerous lesions of the cervix uteri. New data and a review
In 28 previously undescribed cases of dysplasia, carcinoma in situ, and micro‐carcinoma of the cervix, direct preparations were used to study the cytogenetic changes. In each case, two separateExpand
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Constitutional anemia (Fanconi's syndrome) and leukemia in two brothers.
Two brothers physically very alike became ill in their third decade, one with severe bone marrow hypoplasia and the other with acute leukemia. Both died and the autopsy findings are described. TheExpand
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Case of Lipoid Proteinosis
Lipoid proteinosis (Urbach-Wiethe disease; hyalinosis cutis et mucosae) is a rare and striking disorder in which there is a peculiar infiltration of the skin and mucous membrane. Siebenmann (1908)Expand
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Adenocarcinoma of the cervix occurred in 13 women who had previously had ‘negative’ cervical smears. These smears were reviewed, and abnormalities were found in six cases, the intervals ranging fromExpand
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