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F Mayor
Neonatal anoxia induces a remarkable rise in brain bilirubin levels in the rat. The percentage of rats affected and the bilirubin levels reached are higher between the 3rd and 6th day after the anoxic episode. The accumulation of bilirubin in the brain could reflect the incidence of intracerebral hemorraghes (of different size and localization) caused by anoxia, and can plan an important role in the ethiology of the bilirubin encephalopathy and the neurological damage due to perinatal asphyxia.
1982: Revista Española de Fisiología
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/1034918/-clinics-and-genetics-of-glanzmann-s-thrombasthenia-author-s-translation
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J M Lévy, C Stoll, A Gardea, P Bigel
Glanzmann's thrombasthenia begins in infancy. The most important clinical signs are cutaneous and mucous hemorraghes (purpura, epistaxis, bleeding gums, menorraghia after puberty). The disease proceedes by alternate periods of activity and remission, the frequency and severity of which decrease with age. Death occurred during any of the attachs. Our 10 cases (7 girls, 3 boys) were in 5 "Manouche" gypsies sibships, interrelated by consanguineous marriages. Genetic studies demonstrated that the disease was inherited in the autosomal recessive pattern...
1976: Nouvelle Revue Française D'hématologie
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