Biochemical deficiency of thiamine, vitamin B6, ascorbic acid or nicotinic acid occurred in 71% and 88% of patients with fulminant hepatic failure (FHF) and decompensated chronic liver disease (DCLD) respectively.
Lymph node tissue from 2 patients with Hodgkin's disease was studied by light microscopy using the immunoperoxidase technique with a panel of monospecific antisera.
Preventive immunization is the cheapest and most effective approach to the management of epidemic disease.
The well-known phenomenon of hangover after ingestion of alcoholic beverages is reviewed; it appears to be due to both .ethanol and congeners.
The effects of paraquat on the aerobic metabolism of rabbit lung slices were investigated.
Three newborn infants who developed gastric perforation are reported.
A 21-month old infant with endemic syphilis who presented with nephrotic syndrome is descriptionbed.
The immunopathogenesis of the nephrotic syndrome which occurs in about 0,3% of Black children with post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis has not been clearly defined.