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Continuous culture of human lymphoblasts from peripheral blood of a child with acute leukemia
Temporary remissions in acute leukemia in children produced by folic acid antagonist, 4-aminopteroyl-glutamic acid.
The occurrence of what the author interpreted as an "acceleration phenomenon" in the leukemic process as seen in the marrow and viscera of children with acute leukemia treated by the injection of folic acid conjugates1 and pteroyltriglutamic acid (teropterin) — and an experience gained from studies on folic .
Chemical differentiation along metaphase chromosomes.
The question of stemlines in human acute leukemia. Comparison of cells isolated in vitro and in vivo from a patient with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Some observations on the effect of folic acid antagonists on acute leukemia and other forms of incurable cancer.
- S. Farber
- 1 February 1949
No evidence has been presented which would justify the use of the word "cure" of acute leukemia, and two of the most pressing problems demanding solution are concerned with the nature, the prevention, and the treatment of toxic changes, including hemorrhage, produced by these folic acid antagonists.
Duplications of the alimentary tract.
Sixty-eight examples of duplications from one institution are briefly listed; this amount of material coming from one hospital would seem to indicate that these abnormalities must occur with sufficient frequency to warrant the attention of pediatrician, roentgenologist, and surgeon so that they can be recognized promptly and treated suitably.
Favorable response of metastatic osteogenic sarcoma to pulse high‐dose methotrexate with citrovorum rescue and radiation therapy
Ten patients with metastatic osteogenic sarcoma were treated with 6‐hour infusions of methotrexate in high dosage and Citrovorum factor, and two patients who relapsed after initial response to chemotherapy alone, responded to subsequent radiotherapy.
Lipogranulomatosis; a new lipo-glycoprotein storage disease.
STUDIES ON PULMONARY EDEMA : I. THE CONSEQUENCES OF BILATERAL CERVICAL VAGOTOMY IN THE RABBIT.
- S. Farber
- 1 October 1937
The term neuropathic pulmonary edema is employed to denote the pathogenesis of this type of edema, which is similar to that found in the lungs in the bulbar form of poliomyelitis.
NIEMANN‐PICK DISEASE: A REVIEW OF EIGHTEEN PATIENTS