• Publications
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Assessing quality of life.
  • S. Meyers
  • Medicine
  • The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York
  • 1 March 1983
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Disruption of bladder epithelium barrier function after spinal cord injury.
Neural-epithelial interactions are hypothesized to play an important role in bladder function. We determined whether spinal cord injury (SCI) altered several indicators of urinary bladder epitheliumExpand
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Treatment of Clostridium difficile infection.
  • S. Meyers
  • Medicine
  • The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York
  • 1 May 1995
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Role of membrane proteins in permeability barrier function: uroplakin ablation elevates urothelial permeability.
  • P. Hu, S. Meyers, +4 authors T. Sun
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • American journal of physiology. Renal physiology
  • 1 December 2002
Although water, small nonelectrolytes, and gases are freely permeable through most biological membranes, apical membranes of certain barrier epithelia exhibit extremely low permeabilities to theseExpand
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Qualitative and quantitative differences and patterns of variability in disfluencies emitted by preschool stutterers and nonstutterers during dyadic conversations
Abstract Disfluencies produced by 24 young stuttering and nonstuttering boys (4 to 5 years old) interacting in three dyadic sessions were analyzed. Each child interacted with his own mother, anExpand
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Olsalazine sodium in the treatment of ulcerative colitis among patients intolerant of sulfasalazine. A prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, dose-ranging clinical trial.
Sixty-six outpatients with active ulcerative colitis who were intolerant of sulfasalazine were treated in a double-blind randomized trial. They received placebo or olsalazine sodium in daily doses ofExpand
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Colchicine therapy of the renal amyloidosis of ulcerative colitis.
Two patients with severe proteinuria, due to renal amyloidosis complicating chronic ulcerative colitis, improved remarkably with colchicine therapy. One patient with an initial daily urine proteinExpand
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Fecal alpha 1-antitrypsin measurement: an indicator of Crohn's disease activity.
Random fecal alpha 1-antitrypsin levels were determined in 34 patients, 24 with Crohn's disease, and 10 "controls" having diarrheal illnesses not associated with intestinal protein loss, in an effortExpand
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Prediction of child abuse in an ambulatory setting.
A prospective random study was performed on 476 patients, up to 2 years of age, by full-time registered nurses in the emergency room. The parent (caretaker) and child were assessed in an effort toExpand
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