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A technique for the perfusion of laboratory animals for the recovery of schistosomes.
Improvements of the technique, made in this laboratory, include supplying a continuous flow of the perfusing fluid, arranging the apparatus in such a way that several animals may be perfused simultaneously, and adding details to obtain more complete collection of worms. Expand
Post-cercarial development of Schistosoma mansoni in the rabbit and hamster after intraperitoneal and percutaneous infection.
It is agreed by most authorities that the normal route of migration of the schistosomes of man which gain access to the mammalian host by penetration of the skin is as follows. Expand
The relationship of male worms to the sexual development of female Schistosoma mansoni.
Of course, the failure of the dog to pass cysts under most circumstances prevents a fair comparison between concentration and the other techniques in the present case; however, the efficiency of theExpand
Emergency medical service systems: a concept whose time has come.
  • T. K. Yolles
  • Medicine
  • Journal of emergency nursing: JEN : official…
  • 1975
Physician knowledge and attitudes toward an emergency medical services system.
A survey was conducted to measure the knowledge, attitudes, and practices concerning emergency medical services of physicians practicing in a suburban-rural county on Long Island, New York, to determine the value of information in the planning of EMS programs. Expand
EKG recordings.
An attempt to infect mice in utero with Schistosoma mansoni.