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The association of viral and bacterial respiratory infections with exacerbations of wheezing in young asthmatic children+
The relationship between exacerbations of wheezing and infection of the respiratory tract was studied prospectively in 32 young hospitalized asthmatic children. Of 139 episodes of wheezing, 58Expand
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Orthotopic homotransplantation of the human liver.
Orthotopic Homotransplantation of the Human Liver Thomas Starzl;Carl Groth;Lawrence Brettschneider;Israel Penn;Vincent Fulginiti;John Moon;Herve Blanchard;Alfred Martin;Ken Porter; Annals of Surgery
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Orthotopic Homotransplantation of the Human Liver
UNTIL last year, the kidney was the only organ which had been transplanted with subsequent significant prolongation of life. There had been nine reported attempts at orthotopic liver transplantation;Expand
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Extended survival in 3 cases of orthotopic homotransplantation of the human liver.
Orthotopic homotransplantation of cadaver livers was carried out in 3 children, aged 13 to 20½ months, for the treatment of primary liver-cell carcinoma or extrahepatic biliary atresia. TheExpand
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Smallpox vaccination: a review, part II. Adverse events.
Smallpox vaccination of health care workers, military personnel, and some first responders has begun in the United States in 2002-2003 as one aspect of biopreparedness. Full understanding of theExpand
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Serum immunoglobulin measurement during the first year of life and in immunoglobulin-deficiency states.
Serum immunoglobulin concentrations at several age intervals during the first year of life have been determined by a capillary immunoprecipitation technique. Immunoglobulin G was present in cord seraExpand
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The measles epidemic. The problems, barriers, and recommendations. The National Vaccine Advisory Committee.
The nation has experienced a marked increase in measles cases during 1989 and 1990. Almost one half of all cases have occurred in unvaccinated preschool children, mostly minorities. The principalExpand
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