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X-ray manifestations of peptic ulceration during corticosteroid therapy of rheumatoid arthritis.
Peptic ulcers have been known to occur in the human race for many decades and indeed are not unknown in animals, such as dogs, cows, sheep, and, rarely, rats. 4 Furthermore, correlations have beenExpand
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Alcaptonuria and ochronosis; report of five cases occurring in an American family.
ALCAPTONURIA is a disease rarely encountered in a general hospital. We have had opportunity recently to observe a patient with alcaptonuria and secondary ochronosis. Our patient came from a largeExpand
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Use of cortisone in alkaptonuria.
  • R. L. Black
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Medical Association
  • 10 July 1954
ABSTRACT Alkaptonuria is a hereditary disease in which there is a defect in the metabolism of tyrosine, with the result that patients with this disorder excrete varying amounts of homogentisic acid,Expand
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Poplar Decay Study
Radulum Casearium, a Poplar Decay Fungus
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The Cincinnati telescope
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