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  • [Recurrent profuse hemorrhage in gastric angiodysplasia]. [Case Reports]
    Khirurgiia (Mosk) 1999; (9):4-8Fedorov VD, Kubyshkin VA, … Panova NV
  • Dieulafoy's disease--i.e. arteriovenous malformation--is a rare cause of gastric bleedings, which makes up 1.5-3% of all sources of hemorrhage. All the armory of diagnostic modalities may require to reveal arteriovenous malformations. Angiography of the stomach appeared to be the most informative method for diagnosis of this disease in 2 patients. Radical treatment of patients with Dieulafoy's di…
  • Age-dependent changes of the kidneys: pharmacological implications. [Review]
    Gerontology 1999 Sep-Oct; 45(5):243-53Mühlberg W, Platt D
  • About 40% of the intoxications after drug administration occur in the elderly. A significant proportion of the disease states in elderly patients is related to adverse reactions to prescribed drugs. Declining renal function, a reduction in both renal blood flow and glomerular filtration rate, is a major contributor to drug toxicity in the elderly. Therefore, a review (based on newer papers from M…
  • [Age-related changes in morphological studies in rat and human kidney]. [Journal Article]
    Nihon Jinzo Gakkai Shi 1996; 38(12):555-62Takeda T, Imada A, … Hashimoto S
  • There have been many reports on changes in renal morphology with aging. In this study, morphological comparisons were made on the influence of aging in humans and rats. Kidneys were obtained from 63 autopsies (except those from cases of tumor, severe cicatrization, and cysts 10 mm or more in diameter) performed on humans aged from 0 to 92 years, including 7 cases with a past history of hypertensi…
  • Research on viral hepatitis performed in the "Stefan S. Nicolau" Institute of Virology. [Review]
    Virologie 1979 Oct-Dec; 30(4):257-66Babeş VT
  • The first phase of research on viral hepatitis (VH) performed in the Institute of Virology (1949--1967) consisted of etiopathogenic, clinico-epidemiological and histopathological investigations which outlined the concepts of VH plurietiology, of infravirus, as well as the characteristic symptomatic triad, the "age group" phenomenon, the clinico-morphological characteristics of sclerogenous hepati…
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