Chapter 1 contemporary advancements in Flocculation assessments (pages 1–10): N. F. Maclagan
Chapter 2 Lyophilic houses of Sera in Liver disorder (pages 11–21): Ch. Wunderly and F. Wuhrmann
Chapter three Amino?Acid Metabolism in Liver illness (pages 1–10): C. E. Dent and J. M. Walshe
Chapter four alterations within the elements of the Liver telephone in Early Choline and Protein Deficiencies (pages 32–73): H. W. Kosterlitz
Chapter five Experimental Hepatic Cirrhosis (pages 74–80): L. E. Glynn
Chapter 6 results of Antibiotics and nutrition B12 in Cirrhosis and Necrosis of the Liver (pages 81–89): P. Gyorgy
Chapter 7 Histological reports on Fatty Infiltration of the Liver in Choline?Deficient Rats (pages 90–100): W. S. Hartroft
Chapter eight Needle Biopsy reviews of the Liver in Cirrhosis and different stipulations (pages 101–122): L. Schiff
Chapter nine The Relation of convinced Mechanical components to the construction of Ascites (pages 123–129): W. Volwiler
Chapter 10 elements within the Mechanism of Ascites (pages 130–135): H. G. Kunkel
Chapter eleven The Pathogenesis of Ascites (pages 136–144): Poul Iversen
Chapter 12 Observations at the Surgical difficulties in Portal high blood pressure (pages 145–201): A. I. S Macpherson
Chapter thirteen Bile Pigment Metabolism (pages 202–210): Torben okay. With
Chapter 14 Appendix: the organic importance of the Direct Diazo response (pages 211–221): Torben ok. With
Chapter 15 Relation of Liver Blood circulate to alterations in Carbohydrate Metabolism (pages 222–234): Sheila Sherlock
Chapter sixteen reviews on Viral Hepatitis (pages 235–246): J. Stokes
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Certain characteristic changes are described. I n particular, we have consistently observed a rise in urine cystine levels, often as an isolated finding. We suggest that this may be a very sensitive indication of liver damage. , HARRIS, M. , and BILOON, S. (1930). J . biol. 5. COPISLANU,D. , and SALMON, W. D. (1946). Amer. J . , 22, 1059. DE\T, C. E;. (1947). ” Trans. Sixth Conf. , Foundation, New York. I > I : ~ TC. , ~ , and WALSHE,J. M. 51). Biochem. J . , 48, siii. I)i:vr, C. ,G. A. (1949).
Sym. Quart. , 12, 50. DAVIIXWX, J. X.. and MCINDOE, W. M. (1949). Biochem. J . , 45, Proc. xvi. J I m s K Y , A. , and RIS, H. (1949). Suture, London, 163, 666. ,and MUIR, H. (1950). Bwchem. J . , 46, 103. , and VENDRELY, C. (1948). Experientia, 4, 434. , and CHAIKOFP,I. L. (1948). J . biol. , 176, 193. ZILVERSMIT, D. , and FISHLER,M. C. (1943). J . gen. , 26, 325. DISCUSSION: EFFECT OF LOW PROTEIN DIET IN CIRRHOSIS T. C . CHALMERS With regard to the changes in the liver on low protein diets, I want to talk about some work done by Drs.
Only indirectly by the dysproteinzmia. The protein content of the serum was diminished and the combination of protein showed a high proportion of lipoid-containing a and j3-globulins. The affinity for Evans-blue is thus greatly diminished (see arrow in upper right corner Fig. 5 ) . On the other hand, the disappearance rate shows a marked aflinity of the tissue for this dye. I n this way one gets a t the same time two clues to its rapid disappearance from the blood stream. It will be interesting to make comparisons with cases where an amyloidosis has been demonstrated.
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