Quantitative Studies of Prostatic Secretion


The canine prostate is peculiarly suitable for studies of the normal function of this organ and of its neoplasms as well. This gland in a normal young adult dog is of considerable size and its large host is docile and long lived under laboratory conditions, under which it thrives. In aging dogs, as in man, the prostate commonly becomes enlarged, often… (More)


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@article{Huggins1939QuantitativeSO, title={Quantitative Studies of Prostatic Secretion}, author={Charles E. Huggins and Philip Johnson Clark}, journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine}, year={1939}, volume={70}, pages={543 - 556} }