Suzanne Corazzi

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Human and rabbit peritoneal mesothelial cells have been successfully cultured and autoimplanted. An original biopsy technique was used to take samples of peritoneal mesothelial cells and after culture they were characterized from the structural and caryological points of view. Staphylococcal peritonitis was induced in 12 rabbits with indwelling peritoneal(More)
Success in culturing human and animal peritoneal mesothelial cells for the purpose of study, led us to determine whether these cells could be autoimplanted in animals and man during peritoneal dialysis in cases of acute and extensive loss of mesothelial surface area. Using an original biopsy technique, we were able to cultivate and characterize from the(More)
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