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ABBREVIATIONS

MDA and the MOD MD. Vee S, JAMA 223:80-1, 1 Jan 73 Abbreviations boggle. JAMA 223:77, 1 Jan 73

ABDOMEN

Lipodystrophia centrifugalis abdominalis infantilis. Makino 6 6 106;899-900, Dec 72 Errors and pitfalls in ultrasonic of the abdomen. Holm HH, et al, Br J Radiol 45: , Nov 72 Abdominal epilepsy. Moore MT. JAMA 222:1426, 11 Dec 72 The cardiac artery compression syndrome: does it exist? Szilagyi DE, et al. Surgery 72:849-63, Dec 72

ABDOMEN, ACUTE

Cc t ist Dy ng Feb pA Ped estimates provided by clinicians. Leaper DJ, et Br J Surg 59:897-8, Noy 72

Computer-assisted diagnosis of abdomina! pain “estimates” provided by clinicians, Leaper DJ, et Br Med J 4:350-4, 11 Nov 72

ABDOMINAL INJURIES

A prospective study of infections in penetrating abdominal trauma, Thadepalli H, et al.

Am J Clin Nutr 25:1405-8, Dec 72

Diagnostic peritoneal lavage. Jahadi MR.

J Trauma 12:936-8, Nov 72

ABDOMINAL WALL

A method for preventing abdominal burns caused by electrocautery during laparoscopy. a mea JM. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1105-6, 15 72 Gastroschisis. Miller CW, et al.

Am J Surg 124:754-6,

Observations of fetal breathing movements transmitted through maternal abdominal wall. Boddy K, et al. Lancet 2:1219-20, 9 Dec 72

ABNORMALITIES

Teratologic study of rats exposed to ultrasound. McClain RM, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:39-42, 1 Sep 72

ABNORMALITIES, DRUG-INDUCED

45, X chromosome abnormality in the p ceeipatng ofa narcotic addict. Kushnick T, et

Am J Dis Child 124:772-3, Nov Hy

Possible reproductive detriment in LSD users. Jacobson CB, et al. JAMA 222:1367-73, 11 Dec 72 Maternal epilepsy and ties of the fetus and newborn. Spellacy WN. Lancet 3:1196-7, 3 Dec 73

ABNORMALITIES, MULTIPLE

The upper limb-cardiovascular syndrome. A report of two African cases with a review of the literature. Brans YW, et al Am J Dis Child 124:779-83, Nov 72 An 18p21q translocation in a patient with presumptive “monosomy G”. Cohen MM, et al. Am J Dis Child 124:908-10, Dec 72 The Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome. A clinical and muscle electron microscopic study. Der Kaloustian VM, et al. Am J Dis Child 124:897- Dec 72 Acrocephalopolysyndactyly, type II (Carpenter syndrome). Der Kaloustian VM, et al. Am J Dis Child 124:716-8, Nov 72 The Holt-Oram syndrome with previous © undescribed associated anomalies, Silver W, et al. Am J Dis Child 124;911-4, Dec 72 Trisomy D and the cyclops malformation. Taysi K, et al. Am J Dis Child 124:710-3, Nov 72 Familial occurrence of congenital absence of the vagina. Jones HW Jr, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1100-1, 15 Dec 72 Multiple hamartoma syndrome (Cowden’s disease). Weary PE, et al. Arch Dermatol 106:683-90, Nov 72 Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome. Wilms’ tumor, hamartoma, persistent visceromegaly, and ‘enesis in a 2-year-old boy. Reddy JK, et al, Arch Pathol 94:523-32, 72 Wildervanck’s syndrome. Hereditary malformations of the ear in three generations. Shenoi PM. J Otel 86:1121-35, Nov 72 The V. association. Vertebral defects, Anal oo a with i gto Radial and : a@ spectrum of associated defects. ew tee Jan 73 Ectrodactyly, ectodermal dysplasia, and cleft lip-palate syndrome. Its association with conductive hearing loss, Robinson GC, et al. J Pediatr 82:107-9, Jan 73 Facial profile of the Russell dwarf. Szalay GC. a Pediatr 81:1035-6, Nov 72 Case of the Massachusetts General Hospital. Weekly thological exercises. Case 51-1972. N Engl J Med 287:1291-7, 21 Dec 72

ABO FACTORS

ABO blood groups and abortion. Br Med J 4:314-5, 11 Nov 72

ABORTION

The impact of og on maternal and perinatal mortality rates. oR.

Am J Obstet ‘omar 118:415-8, 1 Jun 72 ABO blood groups and abortion.

Br Med J 4:314-5, 11 Nov 72

Family planning and abortion. Munday D. Lancet 2:1308, 16 Dec 72

ABORTION, HABITUAL

Temporary submucosal cerclage for cervical incompetence: report of forty-eight cases. Jennings CL Jr. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:1097-102, 15 Aug 72

ABORTION, INDUCED

The Karman catheter: a preliminary evaluation as an instrument for termination of pregnancies up to twelve weeks of gestation. Beric B, et al Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:273-5, 15 Sep 72 Factors associated with instillation-abortion time during saline-instillation abortion. Bracken MB, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:10-2, 1 Sep 72 Factors associated with delay in seeking induced abortions. Bracken MB, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:301-9, 1 Jun 72 Rh-immune globulin in induced abortion: utilization in a high-risk population. Judelsohn RG, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1031-4, 15 Dec 72 Divergence of opinion on placental damage due to hypertonic saline-induced abortion. Manabe Y, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1107-8, 15 Dec 72 Management of uterine perforations suffered at elective abortion. Nathanson BN.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1054-9, 15 Dec 72 Laminaria tent: relic of the past or modern medical device? Newton BW.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:442-8, 15 Jun 72 Serum human chorionic gonadotropin, human chorionic somatomammotropin, and progesterone following intra-amniotic injection of hypertonic urea. Raud HR, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:887-94, 1 Aug 72 New York State obstetricians and the new abortion law: physician experience with abortion techniques Wassertheil-Smoller SM, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:979-86, 1 Aug 72 Defibrination syndrome after intra-amniotic infusion of hypertonic saline. Weiss AE, et al

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:868-74, 1 Aug 72 Abortifacient efficacy of intravaginal prostaglandin F2 . Wentz AC, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 115:27-32, 1 Jan 73 Intra-amniotic administration of prostaglandin F 2 for abortion. Wentz AC, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:793-803, 15 Jul 72 Abortions among women on public assistance in Hawaii: implications for practice. Kumabe KT. Am J Public Health 62:1538-43, Nov 72 Abortion deaths. Godber GE. Br Med J 4:424, 18 Nov 72 Two deaths from mid-trimester abortion. Jewett JF. N Engl J Med 288:47-8, 4 Jan 73

Correlates of repeat induced abortions. Bracken MB, et al, Obstet Gynecol 40:816-25, Dec 72

ABORTION, LEGAL

Prevention of unwanted pregnancies. Daily EF. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:1148, 15 Aug 72 Abortion. Malone JM. Am J Obstet Gynecol

114:280, 15 Sep 72

ABORTION, LEGAL

New York State obstetricians and the new abortion law:

physician experience with abortion techniques. Wassertheil-Smoller SM, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:979-86, 1 Aug 72

New trends in legal abortion. Kestelman P.

Lancet 2:1307-8, 16 Dec 72

ABORTION, THERAPEUTIC

Four years’ experience with mid-trimester abortion by amnioinfusion. Ballard CA, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:575-81, 1 Nov 72 Ovulation following therapeutic abortion. Boyd EF Jr, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:469-73, 15 Jun 72 Intravenous prostaglandin F2 for therapeutic abortion: the efficacy and tolerance of three dosage schedules. Brenner WE.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:1037-45, 15 Aug 72 Plasma volume, electrolyte, and coagulation factor changes following intra-amniotic hypertonic saline infusion. Easterling WE Jr, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:1065-71, 15 Aug 72 Release of prostaglandin F 2 following injection of hypertonic saline for therapeutc abortion: a preliminary study. Gustavii B, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1099-100, 15 Dec 72 Intravenous prostaglandin F 2 for therapeutic abortion. Kirshen EJ, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:340-4, 1 Jun 72 Psychological reaction to therapeutic abortion. II. Objective resp Ni d KR, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:29-33, 1 Sep 72 Psychosocial sequelae of therapeutic abortion in young unmarried women. Wallerstein JS, et al.

Arch Gen Psychiatry 27:828-32, Dec 72

New trends in therapeutic abortion. Barron SL. Lancet 2:1193, 2 Dec 72

Rubella serology and abortions in - Vesikari T, et al. Lamcet 2:1375, 23 Dec

ABORTION, TH REATENED

The value of ultrasonic B-scanning in diagnosis when bleeding is present in early pregnancy. Varma TR. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:607-12, 1 Nov 72

ABREACTION

The expression of feelings. Marshall JR. Arch Gen Psychiatry 27:786-90, 72

ABSCESS

Subcutaneous abscess due to Coccidioides immitis. Feigin RD, et al. Am J Dis Child 124:734-5, Nov 72 Progressive synergistic bacterial gangrene arising from abscesses of the vulva and Bartholin’s gland duct. Roberts DB, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:285-91, 1 Oct 72 Hepatosplenic abscesses due to Yersinia enterocolitica. Rabson AR, et al. Br Med J 4:341, 11 Nov 72 Abscess and fistula in Crohn’s disease. Steinberg DM, et al. Gut 13:841, Oct 72 Facial paralysis due to petrous abscess: case report. Linthicum FH, et al. J Laryngol Otol 86:1163-7, Nov 72 The fuzzy fluid level sign: reappraisal of its cause and diagnostic value. Mettler FA, et al. Radiology 105:509-11, Dec 72

ABSORPTION

An absorption method for preparing anti-M-typing eet sera using acid-hydrolyzed cells. Beck , et al,

ACACIA

Mechanisms of the host response in the eye. VI. Immune and toxic stimulation of inflammation in the germ-free guinea pig. Aronson SB, et al Arch Ophthalmol 88:533-9, Nov 72

ACADEMIES AND INSTITUTES

American Academy of Pediatrics. President’s address 1972. Arena JM. Pediatrics 50:961-3, Dec 72

ACCELERATION

Accelerometry in gait analysis. Morris JR. Br 3 Surg 59:899, Nov 72

ACCIDENTS

Fatal unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning in motor vehicles. Baker SP, et al.

Am J Public Health 62:1463-7, Nov 72

Malaria acquired by accidental needle puncture. Cannon NJ Jr, et al. JAMA 222:1425, 11 Dec 72

J Lab Clin Med 80:834-8, Dec 72

ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC

Characteristics of drivers involved in accidents. A comparative study. Schmidt CW Jr, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 27:800-3, Dec 72

ACETABULUM

Chiari osteotomy for acetabular dysplasia in young subjects. Colton CL.

3 Bone Joint Surg (Br) 54:578-89, Nov 72 Late fracture of the acetabulum after total hip

replacement. Miller AJ. 3 Bone Joint Surg [Br]) 54:600-6, Nov 72

ACETAMINOPHEN

A comparison of the antipyretic effect of acetaminophen and aspirin. Another approach to poison prevention. Tarlin L, et al

Am J Dis Child 124:880-2, Dec 72 Self-poisoning with paracetamol. Barnes P, et al. Br Med J 4:429-30, 18 Nov 72

Hepatic damage from overdose of paracetamol. Thompson RP, et al. Gut 13:836, Oct 72

ACETONE

Dihydroxyacetone naphthoquinone sunscreen. Fusaro RM, et al. JAMA 222:1651, 25 Dec 72

ACHIEVEMENT

Predicting performance in the first year of a six-year medical school program. Burgess MM. 3 Med Educ 47:968-9, Dec 72

ACHONDROPLASIA

Abnormal glucose tolerance in children with achondroplasia. Collipp PJ, et al.

Am J Dis Child 124:682-5, Nov 72

Case report of achondroplasia. Jenkins DM, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:1135-7, 15 Aug 72

ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIUM

Urography in renal failure: acid-base balance. Becker JA, et al. Radiology 105:505-7, Dec 72

ACID PHOSPHATASE

Subcellular localization of human placental acid al.

phosphatases. Hoffman LH, et Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1087-96, 15 Dec 72 Ultrastructural cytochemical demonstration of tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase isoenzyme activity in “hairy cells” of leukemic

theliosi tayama I, et al. Dec 72

reti

Kata Am J Pathol 69:471-82, ACIDOSIS

Fetal asphyxia during the intrapartum period in intrauterine growth-retarded infants. Low JA, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:351-7, 1 Jun 72

Hypercalcaemia, hypophosphataemia, and inability to excrete hydrogen ions. Arcila H, et al.

Br Med J 4:400-3, 18 Nov 72

Comparison of the effects of metabolic acidosis and acute uremia on carbohydrate tolerance. Weisinger J, et al. Diabetes 21:1109-15, Nov 72

The effect of steroids and ammonium chloride acidosis on phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase in rat kidney cortex. II. The kinetics of enzyme induction. Longshaw ID, et al. J Clin Imvest 51:2284-91, Sep 72

The effect of steroids and ammonium chloride acidosis on phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase in rat kidney cortex. I. Differentiation of the inductive process and characterization of enzyme activities. Longshaw ID, et al. J Clim Imvest 51:2277-83, Sep 72

Hyperglycinemia with ketosis due to a defect in isoleucine metabolism: a preliminary report. Keating JP, et al. Pediatrics 50:890-5, Dec 72

ACIDOSIS, DIABETIC

Potassium balance during treatment of diabetic acidosis. Lindsay R, et al. Lancet 2:1309-10, 16 Dec 72

ACIDOSIS, RENAL TUBULAR

Treatment of osteomalacia of renal tubular acidosis. Dundon S. Lancet 2:1204, 2 Dec 72

Renal tubular acidosis. Lancet 2:1364, 23 Dec 72 The radiographic findings in renal tubular acidosis: analysis of 21 cases. Courey WR, et al. Radiology 105:497-503, Dec 72

ACNE

Tetracyclines in the treatment of acne. Jones HE. Arch Dermatol 106:923, Dec 72

ABRIDGED INDEX MEDICUS

“Acne cosmetica”. AM, et al.

Kligman

Arch Dermatol 106:843-50, Dec 72

Hairs in acne comedones. ne oe 106:851-3, Dec 72

Arch Dermatol ACOUSTIC NERVE

Technetium scan for acoustic neuroma. Rothballer AB, et al. N Emgl J Med 288:163-4, 18 Jan 73

ACOUSTICS

Acoustic impedance studies JB. J Laryngol Otol 20:1100-18,

ACRIDINES

Contact dermatitis from proflavine dihydrochloride. Mitchell JC. Arch Dermatol 106:924, Dec 72 Chromosome banding with acridine orange. Bobrow M,

et al. Lamcet 2:1311, 16 Dec 7

ACROCEPHALOSYNDACTYLIA

Acrocephalopolysyndactyly, type II (Carpenter syndrome). Der Kaloustian VM, et al. Am J Dis Child 124:716-8, Nov 72

ACRODERMATITIS

Treatment of acrodermatitis enteropathica by intravenous amino acid hydrolysate. Freier S, et al. 3 Pediatr 82:109-12, Jan 73

ACROMEGALY

Absence of hyperlipidemia in acromegaly. Aloia JF, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 35:921-3, Dec 72 Existence of two forms of immunoreactive growth hormone in human plasma. Goodman AD, et al. 3 Clin Endocrinol Meta» 35:868-78, Dec 72 Inhibitory effect of L-Dopa on GH release in acromegalic patients. Liuzzi A, et al.

3 Clin Endocrinol Metab 35:941-3, Dec 72 Medroxyprogesterone for acromegaly. Atkinson RL. JAMA 223:442, 22 Jan 73

ACTION POTENTIALS

Electric and motor activity of innervated and vagally denervated feline esophagus. ~~ M, et al. Am J Dig Dis 17:1075-88, Dec

Effect of vagotomy and D iieanons on the interdigestive myoelectrical complex of the stomach. Khan IH, et al. Gut 13:841-2, Oct 72

ACUPUNCTURE

Koebner phenomenon following acupuncture. Kirschbaum JO. Arch Dermatol 106:767, Nov 72 Possible renal complications of acupuncture. Keller WJ, et al. JAMA 222:1559, 18 Dec 72 Acupuncture. JAMA 223:77-8, 1 Jan 73

ACYLTRANSFERASES

Serum -glytamyl transpeptidase activity in liver disease. Whitfield JB, et al. Gut 13:702-8, Sep 72

ADAPTATION, PHYSIOLOGICAL

Protective adaptation of brain to water intoxication. Rymer MM, et al. Arch Neurol 28:49-54, Jan 73

ADAPTATION, PSYCHOLOGICAL

Social and psychological adjustment following pelvic exenteration. Brown RS, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:162-71,

ADDISON’S DISEASE

Chiari-Frommel syndrome in a patient with primary adrenocortical insufficiency. Refetoff S, et al N Engl J Med 287:1326-8, 28 Dec 72

ADENOCARCINOMA

Latent ectopic pulmonary choriocarcinoma associated with renal cell carcinoma. Bannayan GA, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1009-11, 15 Dec 72 Combined hormone therapy for recurrent adenocarcinoma of the endometrium. Collins J. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:842-3, 15 Jul 72 Extragenital adenocarcinoma metastatic to the cervix uteri. Daw E.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1104-5, 15 Dec 72 Adenocarcinoma of the endometrium. Twenty-five years’ experience in private practice. Jones WE, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:549-57, 15 Jun 72 Pregnancy following radical operation for rectal carcinoma. AW

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:504-10, 15 Jun 72 Steroid excretion patterns in postmenopausal women

y. Booth Nov 72

15 Sep 72

ABRIDGED INDEX MEDICUS

with benign and neoplastic endometrium. Sall S, et al. Am a Obstet _ Gynecol 114:153-61, 15 Sep 72 Esop in the treatment of carcinoma of the distal two-thirds of the esophagus. Clinical experience and operative methods. Fisher RD, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 14:658-70, Dec 72 Steroidogenesis in human and rat mammary adenocarcinoma. Miller W, et al.

Br 3 Surg 59:904, Nov 72

Renal peivic tumour associated with analgesic abuse. Liu T, et al. Cam Med Assoc J 107:768 passim, 21 Oct 72 Immuno-reactive material to bovine TSH in plasma from patients with thyroid cancer. Greenspan FS, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 35:795-8, Dec 72 Clear-cell adenocarcinoma of the genital tract in young females. Registry report. Herbst AL, et al.

N Engl J Med 287:1259-64, 21 Dec 72

ADENOCARCINOMA, PAPILLARY

Establishment of a cell line of human endometrial adenocarcinoma in vitro. Kuramoto H, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:1012-9, 15 Dec 72

ADENOLYMPHOMA

Lysosomes in the epithelial component of Warthin’s tumor. Kim SK, et al. Arch Pathol 95:56-62, Jan 73

ADENOMA

Pitfalls in the surgery of aldost tumors. Ackerman NB, et al. Am J Surg 124:774-6, Dec 72 Bronchial carcinoid: a malignant tumor. Wisniewski M, et al. Chest 62:760-2, Dec 72

ADENOSINE CYCLIC 3’,5’ MONOPHOSPHATE

Stimulation of cyclic AMP production by the rat testis during incubation with hCG in vitro. Dufau ML, et al. Endocrinology 92:6-11, Jan 73 An ultrastructural stereologic study of the effects of ACTH and adenosine 3’,5’-cyclic monophosphate on the zona glomerulosa of rat adrenal cortex. Nussdorfer GG, et al. Endocrinology 92:141-51, Jan 73 Cyclic AMP formation and thyroid secretion by incubated mouse thyroid lobes. Williams JA. Endocrinology 91:1411-7, Dec 72 Evaluation of urinary cyclic 3’5’-adenosine monophosphate excretion in the differential diagnosis of hypercalcemia. Dohan PH, et al. 3 Clin Endocrinol Metab 35:775-84, Dec 72 Competitive binding assay for adenosine 3’,5’-monophosphate employing a bovine adrenal protein: application to urine, plasma and tissues. Tsang PW, et al. 3 Clin Endocrinol Metab 35:809-17, Dec 72 Decreased urinary adenosine 3’,5’ monophosphate <= AMP) ~y asthmatics. Bernstein RA, et al. Clin Med 80:772-9, Dec 72

ADENOSIN E TRIPHOSPHATE

A new aspect of the role of blood 5’-adenosine triphosphate in fetal and neonatal hypoxia. Bacigalupo G, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:631-8, 1 Nov 72 Effect of different preserving media on the level of ATP in canine renal cortex. Keaveny TV, et al. Br J Surg 59:901, Nov 72

ADENOVIRUS

Undifferentiated intraperitoneal tumors induced by human adenovirus type 12 in hamsters. Mukai N, et al. Am J Pathol 69:331-48, Nov 72

Simultaneous oral administration of live adenovirus types 4 and 7 vaccines. Protection and lack of emergence of other types. Gooch WM 3d, et al. Arch Environ Health 25:388-94, Dec 72

ADENOVIRUS INFECTIONS

Simultaneous oral administration of live adenovirus types 4 and 7 vaccines. Protection and lack of emergence of other types. Gooch WM 34d, et al. Arch Environ Health 25:388-94, Dec 72

ADENYL CYCLASE

Rat liver adenyl cyclase activity in various thyroid states. Jones JK, et al. J Clin Invest 51:2498-501, Sep 72 The effect of sulfonylurea drugs on rabbit myocardial contractility, canine purkinje fiber automaticity, and adenyl activity from rabbit and human hearts.

Parkinson DK, et al. J Clin Invest 51:2292-8, Sep 72

ADIPOSE TISSUE

Role of the increased adipose tissue mass in the

apparent insulin insensitivity of obesity. Flatt JP. 3 Clim Nutr 25:1189-92, Nov 72

Reye’s syndrome. I. Blood ammonia and consideration

Reye’s syndrome. II. Occurrence in the absence of severe fatty infiltration of the liver. AM, et al. Am J Dis Child 124:834-6, Dec

Glucose metabolism and mon a i Ae to bovine insulin by adipose tissue from three mammalian species. Di Girolamo M, et al.

Diabetes 21:1151-61, Dec 72

ADOLESCENCE

A comprehensive adolescent maternity program in a community hospital Webb GA, et al.

Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:511-23, 15 Jun 72 Subsequent pregnancies among teenage mothers enrolled in a 4 program. Currie JB, et al. Am J Public 62:1606-11, Dec 72 Pceacetinn eadnamih anemeanns who stays in school? Foltz AM, et al. Am J Public Health 62:1612-9, Dec 72 Mobile medical care for alienated youths. Guthrie AD Jr, et al. J Pediatr 81:1025-33, Nov 72

To their mutual advantage. Solnit AJ. Pediatrics 50:837-8, Dec 72

ADRENAL CORTEX HORMONES

Diagnosis and classification of reactive hypoglycemia based on hormonal changes in response to oral and intravenous glucose administration. Hofeldt FD, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 25:1193-201, Nov 72

Corticosteroids and the development of intrinsic factor-mediated vitamin B 12 absorption in the rat. Gallagher ND, et al.

Gastroenterology 62:247-54, Feb 72

Change in jejunal structure and function in dermatitis herpetiformis: effect of gluten-free diet and corticosteroids. Kumar P, et al. Gut 13:847, Oct 72

Adrenocortical steroidogenesis: studies on the mechanism of action of angiotensin and electrolytes. Saruta T, et al. J Clim Imvest 51:2239-45, Sep 72

Adrenocortical steroidogenesis: the effects of Pi . Saruta T, et al.

3 Clin Imvest 51:2246-51, Sep 72

Plasma hormone concentrations wt women receiving steroid contraceptives. Briggs M, et al.

J Obstet Gynaecol Br Commonw 79:946-50, Oct 72

ADRENAL GLAND DISEASES

Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome. Wilms’ tumor, cardiac hamartoma, persistent visceromegaly, and

1 I sis in a 2-year-old boy. Reddy JK, et al. Arch Pathol 94:523-32, Dec 72

ADRENAL GLAND HYPERFUNCTION

Screening tests for congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Franks RC. J Clim Endocrinol Metab 35:831-5, Dec 72

ADRENAL GLAND NEOPLASMS

Pheochromocytoma: serial studies during pregnancy. Brenner WE, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 113:779-88, 15 Jul 72 Pitfalls in the surgery of aldosterone-producing tumors. Ackerman NB, et al.

Am J Surg 124:774-6, Dec 72

Secretion of dopa in phaeochromocytoma. Louis WJ, et al. Br Med J 4:325-7, 11 Nov 72 False-positive dopamine in pheochromocytoma treated with tyrosine derivative. Serrano PA, et al. JAMA 223:80, 1 Jan 73

ADRENAL GLANDS

Gastric pepsin secretion by hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal activation due to eee implantation of adrenaline.

Y. Am J Dig Dis 18:23-31, Jan 73 corte secretion in acidotic and nonacidotic diabetes mellitus. Sperling MA, et al. Am J Dis Child 124:690-2, Nov 72 Adrenocortical and ovarian function in the hirsute woman. Cooke CW, et al.

114:65-77, 1 Sep 72

in eclampsia. FP. Am J Obstet Gynecol 114:304-13, 1 Oct 72

Effects of adenoh y on blood and adrenal catecholamines and corticosterone in chickens Newcomer WS, et al. 91:1516-8, Dec 72

An ultrastructural stereologic study of the effects of ACTH and adenosine 3’,5’-cyclic monophosphate on

AFFECT

the zona glomerulosa of rat adrenal cortex. Nussdorfer GG, et al. Endocrinology 92:141-51, Jan 73 Corticosteroid levels in adrenal cell suspensions and plasma from normal and adrenal regenerating rats. Shapiro BH, et al. End 92:174-88, Jan 73 Absence of 20 -hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase ia neonatal calves’ adrenals. Sileox DC, et al Endocrinology 9%1:1530-4, Dec 72