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Social implications of economic progress and improving nutrition.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901276
Author(s) :
Valera JB
Source Document :
Nutrisyon. (Journal)
Physical Location :
DOH-NS
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Observations on colloidal hepatic scanning in cases of chronic granulomatous inflammation of liver.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901305
Author(s) :
Felizardo FO, Obmerga CO, Soriano EF, Sta Ana RV, Castro TB, Laguerta AS
Source Document :
RPH J. (Journal)
Abstract :
The study investigated the usefulness of liver sanning with colloidal agents in chronic granulomatous conditions of the liver particularly tuberculosis. Hospital records of 19 cases (15 males and four females) clinically diagnosed as tuberculosis of the liver from 1970-1980 were gathered and review . . .
Physical Location :
DOH
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The role of neonatal environment in the causation of sepsis neonatorum in Rizal Provincial Hospital.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901306
Author(s) :
Faustino MCS, Casino MCZ
Source Document :
RPH J. (Journal)
Abstract :
Fifteen patients admitted to the nursery during the month of July were studied. Different cultures and hematologic studies were done. The results of the different blood cultures were found to be similar to those obtained from various areas and equipments used. The most common offending microorganis . . .
Physical Location :
DOH
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Medullary carcinoma of the thyroid gland.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901307
Author(s) :
Reyes BR Jr
Source Document :
RPH J. (Journal)
Physical Location :
DOH
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Recent trends in the chemotherapy of gynecologic malignancies.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901308
Author(s) :
Agustin BM, Esteban DB
Source Document :
RPH J. (Journal)
Abstract :
The basic principles of cytotoxic chemotherapy and the cancer chemotherapeutic agents used in gynecologic malignancies are presented and discussed. Chemotherapy of ovarian carcinoma, endometrial cancer, gestational trophoblastic neoplasm, cervical cancer, and vulval carcinoma are mentioned
Physical Location :
DOH
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Malignant brenner tumor: a case report.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901309
Author(s) :
Casuela PB
Source Document :
RPH J. (Journal)
Abstract :
The paper cites a rare case of ovarian neoplasm, the first of its kind to be diagnosed in Rizal Provincial Hospital The patient, a 69-year old female, was admitted because of right lower quadrant pain and bulging of the abdomen With an impression of an ovarian cyst, exploratory laparotomy was perf . . .
Physical Location :
DOH
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Reportable diseases as diagnosed in the Laboratory, 1979.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901310
Author(s) :
Andres IS, Layda ER
Source Document :
RPH J. (Journal)
Physical Location :
DOH
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Rehabilitation of malnourished children at the Rizal Provincial Hospital.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901311
Author(s) :
Santos E
Source Document :
RPH J. (Journal)
Abstract :
This paper presented baseline information in the actual management of malnourished children. Of the 192 children (1-3 years old) admitted in 1979 at the Rizal Provincial Hospital Nutrition Rehabilitation Ward, 81 percent were marasmic cases, 12.5 percent were marasmic-kwaskiorkor and 6.1 percent wer . . .
Physical Location :
DOH
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A comparative anatomy of the stem and leaf structure of Scoparia dulcis linn. and Lindenbergia philippensis (Cham) Benth.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900931
Author(s) :
Maravillas AV, Dipasupil PM
Source Document :
Nat Appl Sci Bull. (Journal)
Abstract :
The anatomy of the leaf and stem of Scoparia dulcis is similar to L. philippensis. The mesophyll of both leaves is strictly dorsiventral Both species contain alkaloids and tannins but S. dulcis Linn. has also fatty globules in the epidermis and parenchyma cells of the leaf and stem. Calcium oxalate . . .
Physical Location :
UPLB
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Experiences with growing vanilla (Vanilla planifolia Andr.).

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC900934
Author(s) :
Davis EH
Source Document :
Acta Hortic. (Journal)
Abstract :
Vanilla planifolia Andr., commonly referred to as vanilla, is a tropical vine of the family Orchidaceae. The successful profitable culture requires proper management. A minimum of labor and a modest outlay of money is needed but to produce an acceptable quality of beans economically requires attenti . . .
Physical Location :
EGQ
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