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HEPATITIS B NOT TRANSMISSIBLE VIA FÆCAL-ORAL ROUTE
ABSENCE OF HBAg FROM CEREBROSPINAL FLUID DURING COMA IN FULMINANT HEPATITIS
[Behavior of trypanosomes and plasmodia subjected to the low temperatures of carbon dioxide snow and liquid nitrogen].
The action of low temperatures on Plasmodia.
- V. Molinari
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
- 1 September 1961
Hepatitis B antigen in ascitic fluid in cirrhosis.
histological picture was characterized by a massive, almost syncytial growth of reticulum cells with many Reed-Stemnberg cells, severe lymphocyte depletion, and albsence of eosinophils, plasma cells,… Expand
Differential diagnosis of bastianellii and vivax malaria.
With a view to establishing criteria-applicable, if possible, in field work-for differentiating infection with Plasmodium bastianellii (of simian origin) from that with P. vivax (which is not… Expand
Presence of HBsAg in the bile of subjects with acute HBsAg viral hepatitis.
During acute HBsAg serum positive viral hepatitis, the surface antigen was not detectable in duodenal bile but was almost always present in gallbladder and hepatic bile when cholecystokinin was… Expand
Letter: Hepatitis B not transmissible via faecal-oral route.
[Non-transmissibility of hepatitis B by orofecal mode].