TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HAEMOPHILIOID»
The term «haemophilioid» is barely ever used and occupies the 211.180
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAEMOPHILIOID»
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Stedman's Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and ...
haemophilioid [Br.] SEE hemophilioid. Hae-/nop/J«A/US (he-mof i-lus) A genus of
aerobic to facultatively anaerobic, nonmotile bacteria (family Brucellaceae)
containing minute, gram-negative, rod-shaped cells that sometimes form threads
Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 2005
Danish Medical Bulletin
In 1952 A g g e 1 e r s' group in the U.S.A. (2) and Bi ggs & Macfarlane's group in
England (8) independently described a clotting defect of the haemophilioid type,
where the coagulation could be restored to normal by the addition of normal ...
Differential oral diagnosis in systemic disease
There are several haemophilioid diseases, i.e., haemophilioid A (
parahaemophilioid) , haemophilioid B, and haemophilioid C (Christmas disease
or haemophilia B). Christmas disease is due to deficiency of plasma
thromboplastin (PTC) ...
Excerpta Medica. Section 6: Internal Medicine
1962, 8/5-6 (442-454) Graphs 5 Tables 1 Data on the effect of defatted peanuts in
haemophilioid patients (deficient in factor VIII or factor IX) are presented. Oral
administration of peanuts is regularly followed by a decrease in spontaneous ...
Sydney, Australia: TheHaemophilia SocietyofNSW, 1966:18–21. 4 Brinkhous KM,
Langdell RD, Penick G, et al. Newer approaches tothe studyof haemophiliaand
haemophilioid states.JAm MedAssoc 1954; 154: 481. 5 Biggs R, Macfarlane RG.
Christine A. Lee, Erik E. Berntorp, W. Keith Hoots, 2014
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The Aetiology of Deep Venous Thrombosis: A Critical, ...
By 1954, the literature was distinguishing between 'haemophilias' and '
haemophilioid states', factor IX had been identified, and Christmas disease had
been recognised and named (Biggs et al. 1952; Aggeler et al. 1952; Graham and
P. Colm Malone, Paul S. Agutter, 2007
Human blood coagulation and its disorders
Graham and Brinkhous (1953) retained 'haemophilia' for AHG deficiency and
referred to other similar conditions as 'haemophilioid states' designated by the
letters of the alphabet, Christmas disease being haemophilioid state C, and PTA
Rosemary Biggs, Gwyn Macfarlane, 1962
The Medical Annual: A Year Book of Treatment and ...
Brinkhous and others141 have suggested the name ' haemophilioid state ' for
these diseases due to defects of coagulation, qualifying the term by the letter ' A '
when the deficiency is of Factor V, ' B ' when of Factor VII, and ' D ' when of PTA.
Percy Roberts Wilde, Carey Franklin Coombs, Arthur J. Rendle Short, 1955
10 Defective samples produce no thromboplastin and the test can be used in the
differential diagnosis of haemophilioid disorders. Instead of indirectly as by the
prothrombin consumption test the formation of thrombin can also be followed ...
Københavns universitet. Institut for human arvebiologi, 1957