10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAEMATOGENETIC»
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Diocles of Carystus. 2. Commentary
On the other hand it is hard to believe that the doxographer has entirely
fabricated the Dioclean response, and he may well have used Dioclean material,
which he has cast into the form of a refutation of the haematogenetic view of
Philip J. “van der” Eijk, 2001
Seventh International Cancer Congress: London, 6th to 12th ...
These are the haematogenetic microsomes. (2) By different somatic cells. (3) By
germinative cells. The haematogenetic microsomes take a most important part in
carcinogenesis. The haematogenetic microsomes are the fourth constant ...
International Union against Cancer, 1958
Contributions from the Biological Laboratories in Princeton ...
More recently, Hellmich ('30) has also described a haematogenetic origin of
blastema cells. However, experiments, especially of G. Hertwig ('27) and of Butler
('35), demonstrate clearly that cells of the blastema arise in loco and do not
Princeton University, 1938
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal
... antiperiodic, antispasmodic, anodyne and general nervine, alterative, general
resolvent, deobstruent, seratosic, haematogenetic, antitoxico- sic, antilithiasic,
depurative, be.; and in its more special or local tendencies as an antidyspnoetic,
histology of the blook normal and pathological
... the systematic study of the blood by various new methods was resulting in the
acquisition of a large number of facts bearing on the pathology of the blood ;
though it was still difficult to localise many of the normal haematogenetic
The use of haematogenetic markers in paternity studies and in the diagnosis of
zygosity of twins L.E. Nijenhuis, Ph.D. Central Laboratory of the Netherlands Red
Cross Blood Transfusion Service, P.O. Box 9190, 1006 AD Amsterdam, The ...
C. P. Engelfriet, Johannes Jacobus van Loghem, Albert E. G. Kr. Borne, 1984
The Studia Philonica Annual
As also in Spec. 1.325 and 3.38-40, the phrase 0f|A.eia voaoc, is therefore
closely associated with the term av8poyuvo<;. The latter term was often 38 In
other words, Philo generally follows the haematogenetic type of ancient spermato
- genetic ...
David T. Runia, Alan Mendelson, Gregory E. Sterling, 1998
The Ransohoff Memorial Volume: A Collection of Papers ...
ments and in the liver in only one instance may be explained by the fact that the
spleen, which is the last to assume its blood-forming power, is the first to regain it,
whereas the liver, beginning its haematogenetic function at an earlier period of ...
Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences
Luca,“ in a series of experiments upon haematogenetic jaundice, concludes that
jaundice sometimes occurring in the treatment of the affections by blood
transfusion is not a purely haematogenetic one, but due in part to mechanical
effects of ...
Charles Eucharist de Medicis Sajous, 1888
Tuberculosis of bones and joints
Besides tubercle bacilli, streptococci or staphylococci were found in the cases of
mixed infection. The haematogenetic origin of this mixed infection could be
excluded, as in all cases a connection could be found between the focus and the