V F Seniuk

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A clinical, laboratory, and immunological analysis of 253 cases with chronic gastrointestinal diseases has revealed changed levels and ratio of serum immunoglobulins of the three principal classes in 46.6% of patients. These changes have been the most marked in chronic hepatitides, the least so in chronic inflammatory diseases of the intestine, in peptic(More)
The effect of intestinal microflora on the abdominal clinical signs was studied in patients with chronic diseases of the kidneys. Renal diseases are accompanied by morphological changes of digestive tract and by dysbacteriosis which may lead the clinical picture. The importance of these findings for the treatment of patients with renal diseases is(More)
The authors have developed a method for measuring the blood loss with feces using an available and inexpensive reagent--methyl-4-aminophenol sulphate (Metol). The diagnostic value of the method in ulcerative and hemorrhagic lesions of the alimentary tract is demonstrated, as well as its advantages over other techniques. The method helps choose a(More)
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