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Health risks associated with pollution of coastal bathing waters.
A number of bacterial, viral and other diseases can be contracted by man through exposure to sewage-polluted bathing-water or beach sand. The increasing use of the sea for recreation has led to majorExpand
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Bactericidal Activity of Alveolar Macrophages is Suppressed by V-ATPase Inhibition
Bafilomycin A1, a selective inhibitor of V-type H+-translocating ATPase (V-ATPase), may be a useful adjunct in cancer chemotherapy (Altan et al. [1998] J Exp Med 187:1583–1598). Therapeutic uses ofExpand
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Harnessing and Understanding Feedback Technology in Applied Settings
Research on the influence of augmented feedback effects on both skill learning and performance has been examined from two differing positions, generally reflective of two core movement science disciplines: motor learning and biomechanics. Expand
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Aminocaproic acid. Use in control of hemorrhage in patients with amegakaryocytic thrombocytopenia.
The bleeding complications of some forms of thrombocytopenia are difficult to control. Many patients become refractory to platelet transfusions even when HLA-matched. We have successfully usedExpand
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Anaphylactic reactions following infusion of factor VIII in a patient with classic hemophilia.
A 28 year old white man with hemophilia A had, for several years, been successfully maintained on a home care program utilizing self-administration of factor VIII concentrates, but one such infusionExpand
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Bone-marrow imaging with indium-111 chloride in aplastic anemia and myelofibrosis: concise communication.
Twenty-nine patients with aplastic anemia and 11 patients with myelofibrosis were evaluated with indium-111 chloride bone-marrow imaging, ferrokinetics, and bone-marrow core biopsies. There was goodExpand
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Abnormal marrow fibroblasts in aplastic anemia.
Human bone marrow fibroblasts (BMF) were grown in vitro from normal (N) subjects and patients with aplastic anemia (AA). Growth studies in vitro revealed that both the N-BMF and AA-BMF had aExpand
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Hepatic artery occlusion with perfusion in the treatment of carcinoid syndrome.
In 2 patients with the malignant carcinoid syndrome, a Swam-Ganz balloon tip, flow-directed catheter was used to occlude hepatic arterial flow and perfuse hepatic metastases with 5-fluorouracil. TheExpand
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[Improved skull identification using the superprojection technique with the help of a video-tape system (author's transl)].
The photographic identification of a skull through the well-known superprojection technique can be modified and decisively improved by the use of a video-tape system. The identification method basedExpand
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