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The Effect of H1 and H2 Blockade on Cutaneous Histamine Response in Man

Myung KB

Histamine-induced cutaneous wheal responses were measured in 24 healthy subjects. The effect of the potent H1 blocker, hydroxyzine HCI, the H2 blocker, cimetidine, and the two drugs in combination was...
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A Clinical Study of 1373 Hoarseness Cases During the Past 10 Years

Moon YI

A clinico-statistical analysis was performed on 1373 cases who complained of hoarseness at the dept. of Otolaryngology of Ewha Womans University hospital during the past 10 years from Jan. 1975...
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Clinical Study on Pregnant Women with Syphilis

Ahn JJ

Seventy one pregnant women who were admitted and delivered at Ewha Womans University Hospital were diagnosed as syphilis by VDRL(Venereal Disease Research Laboratory) rest and TPHA(Treponema pallidum, hemagglutination assay). These...
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The Significance of Postoperative Serial CEA Levels in Recurrent Colorectal Cancer

Park EB

The reliability of postoperative CEA testing in the recurrent colorectal cancer was studies using serial CEA determinations for the early detection of the recurrent colorectal cancer. The data was derived...
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Effect of Aflatoxin B1 on Changes of Biliary Epithelial Cells in Mice Experimentally Infected with Clonorchis sinensis

Chung KS, Min HK, Chun KS

The present study was carried out to examine the effect of a carcinogen, aflatoxin B1 on the pathogenesis of the bile duct changes in mice experimentally infected with Clonorchis sinensis...
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Diabetie Retinopathy

Cho BC

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