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TitleProgress in Lymphology [electronic resource] / edited by R. C. Mayall, Marlys H. Witte
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1977
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-9030-5
Descript XIV, 390 p. 174 illus. online resource

CONTENT

Basic Lymphology -- Lymphology and the Microcirculation โ{128}{148} A Synopsis of Fourth International Congress of Lymphology Symposia -- Variations of Lymphatic Endothelial Cell Junctions in Experimental Conditions -- Tissue and Capillary Force Changes During the Formation of Intra-Alveolar Edema -- Lymph Flow Transient Following Elevation of Venous Pressure in the Dogโ{128}{153}s Hind Paw -- Lymphatic Regeneration after Second Degree Burn -- Experimental Methods to Examine Substances and Pharmacological Possibilities to Influence the Permeability of the Blood-Lymph Barrier -- The Effect of Hydergineยฎ on Spontaneous and Bradykinin-Stimulated Lymph Flow in Dogs -- Lymphatic Drainage of the Inner Ear -- The Connections of the Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) with the Lymphatic System of Head and Neck -- Lymphatic Transport of Melanosomes from the Tissue to the Lymph Node. An Electron Microscopic Study -- Lymph and Tissue Fluid Flow Deduced from Microvascular Exchange Parameters -- Reabsorption from the Renal Pelvis and Renal Function during Total Ureteral Occlusion: An Experimental Study in Dogs -- Protein Content of Gastric Lymph -- Model of Fluid Transport in the Small Intestine: Effect of Venous Pressure Elevation on Fluid Transport -- The Cyclic Changes of the Lymph Vessels in the Uterus of the Mouse which has been Pregnant -- Hormonal Influence on the Recirculation of Lymphocytes Through the Regional Lymph Node and Regional Tissues of the Sheep -- The Origin of the Lipoproteins in the Peritoneal Fluid of the Rabbit: Permeability of the Mesothelium to Macromolecules -- Bilirubin in Afferent and Efferent Lymph in the Sheep -- The Effect of an Experimentally Induced Lymphoedema on the Compensatory Hypertrophy of the Rat Kidney Following Unilateral Nephrectomia -- Lymphography -- A Rating System as an Aid to Lymphographic Interpretation -- Correlation of Histologic Over Lymphangiographic Findings in Lymphoedema of the Extremities -- Lymphangiodenography in Filariasis Due to Wuchereria Bancrofti in Men -- Progress on the Lymphographic Study of Head and Neck -- Lymphography and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus -- Lymphographic Investigations on Renal Carcinoma for Classification and Staging According to the TNM-System -- On the Persistence of an Oily Contrast Medium (Lipiodol Ultrafluidยฎ) in Normal and Abnormal Lymph Nodes -- Hydrostatic Pressure in Peripheral Lymphatics โ{128}{148} Correlation with Lymphography and Clinical Data -- Correlation of Lymphography Findings in the Abdomen with B-Scan Ultrasonic Laminography -- Lymphokinetics โ{128}{148} Lymphangiographic Demonstration of Lymphokinetic Effect of Benzopyrone -- Technique of Funicular Lymphography Without the Use of Indicator Dyes -- Complications of Lymphography -- Malignant Diseases -- Supraclavicular Lymph-Vessels Ligation of Malignant Tumors of the Paranasal Sinus, the Cavity of the Mouth and the Hypopharynx -- Exploration of the Head and Neck Lymphatic System Using Colloidal Gold 198 -- Examination of the Thoracic Duct Lymph in Malignant Abdominal Diseases (with special reference to the pulmonary metastases) -- Endolymphatic Therapy of Lymph Node Metastases Using 32P and 131I Lipiodol UF -- The Cellularity of Peripheral Lymph in Lymphomas -- The Pedicled Greater Omentum in Reconstructive Surgery Following Treatment of Certain Cancers -- Stewart-Treves Syndrome โ{128}{148} Report of Three Cases -- Lymphedema -- Lymphedema: A Study of Collagen Metabolism -- Proline and Hydroxiproline in Lymphedema -- Lymphatic Malformations and Congenital Arteriovenular Abnormalities of the Limbs. Hyperostomy Syndromes in Congenital Lymphedemas -- Surgical Classification of Lymphedemas -- New Aspectโ{128}{153}s in the Therapy of Lymphoedema -- Medical Treatment of Lymphedema -- New Technique of Lymphatic-Venous Anastomosis for the Treatment of Lymphedema -- New Technique of Drainage of the Subcutaneous Tissue of the Limbs with Nylon Net for Treatment of Lymphedema -- New Techniques of Lymphovenous Anastomosis for Surgical Treatment of Lymphedema of Lower Limbs and Postmastectomy Lymphedema of Upper Limbs -- Miscellanea -- Treatment of Filarial Chyluria -- The Lymph Circulation in the Post-Thrombotic Syndrome -- Recurrent Acute Toxic Lymphangitis


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