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  • Bloodtransfusion and Problems of Bleedingby Cees Smit Sibinga; P.C. Das; J.J. van Loghem

    Springer Netherlands 2012; US$ 82.04

    J.J. Van Loghem Previously to this symposium, five others have taken place in Groningen. The first one in 1976. This yearly scientific happening has continued. It has greatly stimulated the in­ terest in blood transfusion and all allied disciplines in our country. It is clear that these meetings are organized not only by a good scientist, but at the... more...

  • Modern Trends in Human Leukemia IIIby R. Neth; R.C. Gallo; P.-H. Hofschneider; K. Mannweiler

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 117.21

    "Es ist ja ganz eineriei, wer es gejunden hat, die Hauptsache ist, daB es gejunden worden ist." This was said by Hermann Wilbrand, director of the department of opthalmology at the university hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (1919-1923), when others claimed priority for the long searched for cortical visuell center, which he had discovered. Five years ago... more...

  • Basic Aspects of Blood Traumaby Holger Schmid-Schönbein; P. Teitel

    Springer Netherlands 2012; US$ 82.04

    The contact between the human blood and foreign technical apparatus (circulatory) and respiratory assist devices, arti­ ficial kidneys) leads to changes in the plasmatic and cel­ lular components of the blood, which have often only been taken as signs of gross but passive blood destruction. There is much evidence to support this notion in parts (mechanical... more...

  • Rhesus haemolytic diseaseby Cyril A. Clarke

    Springer Netherlands 2012; US$ 82.04

    Jaundice ofnewbom infants was described by several authors in the 17th century. The condition, however, was usually thought of as being similar to adult jaundice and due ro occlusion of the bile ducts by 'glutinous humours'. On the other hand, some writers reported on the fact that more than one consecutive baby was often affected, and there is a classic... more...

  • Nomenclature, Methodology and Results of Clinical Trials in Acute Leukemiasby G. Mathe; P. Pouillart; L. Schwarzenberg

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 117.21

    Scientific and Ethical Discipline in Clinical Trials on Acute Leukemia G. MATHE Institut de Cancerologie ct d'Immunogenetique "', Hi'ipital Paul-Brousse "."", Villejuif/France Clinical research is still in an evolutionary stage. Although scientific technology was readily accepted and applied, scientific methodology has been accepted much more slowly... more...

  • Red Cell Shapeby M. Bessis; R. I. Weed; P. F. Leblond

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 95.90

    This monograph is a collection of invited contributions from a group of investiga­ tors who share a common interest in the interrelationships between the shape, struc­ ture, and functional characteristics of normal and pathologic erythrocytes. Most of the authors participated in a workshop on red cell shape held in June, 1972 at the Institute of Cell... more...

  • Leukämieby R. Gross; J. van de Loo

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2013; US$ 38.50

    Immer noch gilt - nach fast einem halben Jahrhundert intensiver Forschung­ das bertihmte Wort des Schweizer Kinderklinikers WILLI, daB es kaum eine arzt­ lich traurigere und zugleich medizinisch interessantere Erkrankung gibt ais die Leukamie. Dieser Band enthalt 19 Ubersichtsreferate und 73 Einzelvortrage zum Thema Leukamie, das die Veranstalter und... more...

  • Human Blood Coagulationby H.C. Hemker; E.A. Loelinger; J.J. Veltkamp

    Springer Netherlands 2012; US$ 82.04

    Since 1952, postgraduate courses for practising physicians and speci­ alists have been given by the Medical Faculty of the University of Leiden in the Boerhaave Quarter, in which most of its clinics and laboratories are located. During these years, recent advances in a wide variety of m~dical fields and subjects have been discussed by distin­ guished... more...

  • Blood Replacementby Ulrich Franz Gruber; L. Oxtoby; R.F. Armstrong

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 95.90

    The manifold problems of shock are still of great importance, diagnostic and therapeutic experience of the "severely ill" being supplied with new information almost every month. In the 5 periodicals which have found their way to my desk during the past few days there are no less than 10 interesting articles on questions concerning shock research [see... more...

  • Myelomaby Stephen A. Schey; Kwee L. Yong; Robert Marcus; Kenneth C. Anderson

    Cambridge University Press 2013; US$ 112.00

    A practical, clinically focused guide to diagnosis and management, covering the latest developments and written by leading global experts. more...