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Articles and Reprints, 193[7]-1989 [subseries]:
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Publications of Clarence Dennis, M.D. Ph.D. 1939-1959, 193[7]-1959
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Publications of Clarence Dennis, M.D. Ph.D. 1960-1969, 1960-1969
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Experimental proof of the obstructive origin of appendicitis in man, 1939
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Oblique, aseptic, end-to-end intestinal anastomosis, 1939
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Histology of experimental appendiceal obstruction (rabbit, ape, and man), 1940
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Influence of various factors upon intestinal absorption involving osmotic work in the unanesthetized dog, 1940
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Injury to the ileal mucosa by contact with distilled water, 1940
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An inquiry into the functional capacity of the cecal appendage in representative birds and mammals, 1940
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Intestinal absorption in the adrenalectomized dog, 1940
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Studies on the rates of absorption of water and salts from the ileum of the dog, 1940
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Physiologic behavior of the human appendix and the problem of appendicitis, 1941
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Recovery of function following arrest of the brain circulation, 1941
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A modified Whipple operation for carcinoma of the head of the pancreas, 1942
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Treatment of acute appendicitis at the Univ[ersity] of Minn[esota] hospitals, 1942
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Experience with hematogenous osteomyel[itis] in children at the Univ[ersity] of Minn[esota] hospitals, 1943
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Oblique, aseptic, end-to-end ileac anastomosis; procedure of choice in strangulating small bowel obstruction, 1943
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Prolonged dependent drainage with 'lucite' drains in the treatment of chronic osteomyelitis, 1943
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A simplified suture-testing apparatus, 1943
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Pre-operative and post-operative care for the bad risk patient, 1944
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Disaster following femoral vein ligation for thrombophlebitis; relief by fasciotomy; clinical case of renal impairment following crush injury, 1945
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Ileostomy and colectomy in chronic ulcerative colitis, 1945
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Sugrery in relation to chronic non-specific ulcerative colitis, [1945]
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Modified Halsted bulkhead rectal anastomosis for use in resection of cancers of the rectosigmoid and upper rectum, 1946
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Neoplastic biliary obstruction, 1946
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Relationship between pregnancies and age of occurrence of breast cancer in the human, 1946
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Evaluation of vagotomy in chronic non-specific ulcerative colitis, 1947
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Femoral hernia with gangrenous bowel, 1947
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Rate of gain in strength in sutured abdominal wall wounds, 1947
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Resection and primary anastomosis in the treatment of gangrenous or non-reducible intussusceptions in children, 1947
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Evalution of anticoagulant therapy in deep venous thrombosis of the lower extremities, 1948
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The response to vagotomy in idiopathic ulcerative colitis and regional enteritis, 1948
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Vagotomy in the treatment of idiopathic ulcerative colitis and regional enteritis, 1948
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Acute intestinal obstruction, 1949
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Blood oxygenation, 1949
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The effect of diathermy upon abdominal adhesions. An experimental study, 1949
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Idiopathic ulcerative colitis, 1949
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An oxygenator with increased capacity: multiple vertical revolving cylinders, 1949
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Some considerations in intestinal anastomosis, 1949
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Therapeutic effect of choline chloride in dogs with fat emboli produced by bone marrow curettage, 1949
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Appendicitis, [ca. 1950]
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Acid-base balance and pyruvic acid changes during surgical procedures. A preliminary report, 1950
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Aids in the management of ileostomies: a new plastic bag, 1950
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Failure of dicumarol to interfere with adhesive localization of intra-abd[ominal] infections, 1950
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Production of a hemorrhagic state by the infusion of hemolyzed blood, 1950
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Development of a pump-oxygenator to replace the heart and lungs; an apparatus applicable to human patients, and application to one case, 1951
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The liver in ulcerative colitis, 1951
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Metabolic effects of paracolon bacteremia, 1951
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A pump-oxygenator to supplant the heart and lungs for brief periods. A method applicable to dogs, 1951
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Some effexts of paracolon bacteremia, 1951
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A surgical approach to atelectasis of the newborn infant, 1951
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Wound healing. Technical factors in the gain of strength in sutured abd[ominal] wall wounds in rabbits, 1951
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Acute metabolic changes associated with employment of a pump-oxygenator to supplant the heart and lungs, 1952
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Appendicitis - current therapy, 1952
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Intestinal obstruction - current therapy, 1952
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Management of idiopathic ulcerative colitis, 1952
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Surgical measures as supplements to the management of idiopathic ulc[erative] colitis; cancer, cirrhosis, and arthritis as frequent complications, 1952
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Intestinal obstruction, 1953
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The relationship of chronic ulcerative colitis and cirrhosis, 1953
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Utilization of wound splints and thr[ough]-and-thr[ough] figure-of-8 sutures of stainless steel wire for abdominal closure in the presence of poor wound expectancy, 1953
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Current procedure in management of obstruction of small intestine, 1954
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Surgical operation in idiopathic ulcerative colitis, 1954
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Complete and partial perfusion of animal and human subjects with pump-oxygenator, 1955
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The elimination of postoperative morbidity in the surgical management of chronic idiopathic ulc[erative] colitis, 1955
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The management of strangulating external hernias, 1955
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Minimization of risk and disability in idiopathic ulcerative colitis, 1955
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The surgical treatment of chronic pericardial effusion and cardiac tamponade, 1955
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The artificial heart-lung apparatus - experimental creation and repair of interventricular septal defects, 1956
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Certain methods for artificial support of the circulation during open intracardiac surgery, 1956
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Clinical and experimental studies relating to the stomach, small bowel and colon, 1956
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The creation and repair of interventricular septal defects in dogs utilizing the heart-lung machine, 1956
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Let us not abet the carnage, 1956
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A mechanical pump-oxygenator for direct vision repair of atrial septal defects, 1956
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Survival for more than [five] years after pancreatoduodenectomy for cancers of the ampulla and pancreatic head, 1956
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Experimental cerebral gas embolism, 1957
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Ileostomy and subtotal colectomy, 1957
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A prosthesis to replace the mitral valve, 1957
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Statistically controlled evaluation of three methods of management of upper gastrointestinal bleeding: a progress report, 1957
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The use of the heart-lung machine in selected cases of acute myocardial infarction, 1957
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Vagotomy in the treatment of idiopathic ulcerative colitis, 1957
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[Appendix - Nomencalture and measurements], 1958
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The multiple screen disc oxygenator, 1958
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Physiological considerations in the management of idiopathic ulcerative colitis, 1958
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Results of three methods of therapy for massive gastroduodenal hemorrhage, 1958
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Right atrial myxoma: a clinical study of a patient in whom diagnosis was made by angiocardiography during life. (surgically removed), 1958
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Heart-lung apparatus and hypothermia, 1959
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Pathological changes after partial and total cardiopulmonary bypass in humans and animals, 1959
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A quantitative evaluation of the permeability of wet surgical drapes to staphylococcus aureus, 1959
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The quantitative fecal urobilinogen test in the preoperative diagnosis of malignant obstructive jaundice [negatives], 1959
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[Ulcerating diseases of the gastrointestinal tract], 1959
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The arterial supply of the interventricular septum and atrioventricular conduction, 1960
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Gastrointestinal biliary conditions, 1960
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Partial bypass in treating the shock of myocardial infarction, 1960
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Cancer risk in ulcerative colitis: formidability per patient-year of late disease, 1961
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Controlled studies in three pumping systems, 1961
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Electrical hemostasis in uncontrollable bleeding states, 1961
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Idiopathic ulcerative colitis as a precancerous lesion, 1961
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Swedish sojourn, 1961
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The use of pump oxygenator support in heart failure, 1961
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Angiographic studies during total left heart by-pass without thoracotomy, 1962
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Clinical use of a cannula for left heart bypass without thoracotomy, 1962
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Emergency management of complications of acute coronary occlusion, 1962
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An experimental study of prolonged left heart bypass without thoracotomy, 1962
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Left atrial cannulation without thoracotomy for total left heart bypass, 1962
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Left heart bypass as a means of support for a failing heart, 1962
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People's health program in Sweden, 1962
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Protection from ventricular fibrillation by partial cardio-pulmonary or total left ventricular by-pass, 1962
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Reduction of the oxygen utilization of the heart by left heart bypass, 1962
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Studies of the effects of position on the development of cerebral air embolism during open-heart surgery, 1962
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Studies of plasma hemoglobin formation in three pumping systems used in extracorporeal circulation, 1962
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The prevention of air embolism during cardiopulmonary bypass, 1963
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Prevention or delay of ventricular fibrillation by mechanical assistance to the ischemic heart, 1963
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Studies on external counterpulsation as a potential measure for acute left heart failure, 1963
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Studies on reduction of work of the left ventricle by application of synchronized external counterpulsation, 1963
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Background for use of left heart bypass in treatment for acute left heart failure, 1964
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A basic inquiry into hemostatic problems in surgery, 1964
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The effect of transfusion and of certain hemodynamic factors on the spontaneous control of arterial hemorrhage, 1964
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Emil Goetsch, 1883-1963, [1964]
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External circulatory support in acute heart failure, 1964
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Strangulating external hernia, 1964
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Suppression of urinary flow during hypotension induced by trimethaphon camphorsulphonate and the reversal of anuric effect of tris aminomethane, 1964
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Validity of the bromsulphalein test in patients with acute severe upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage, 1964
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Cancer of the colon and ulcerative colitis, 1965
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Control of experimental hemorrhage with Arfonad, 1965
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Effect of various metal electrode sutures in the production of increased tensile strength of wounds, 1965
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Effects of hypertonic glucose, 1965
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Fundamentals of physiologic control of arterial hemorrhage, 1965
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Mediastinoscopy, a useful technique for undiagnosed parahilar lesions, 1965
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One-stage colectomy, protectomy and ileostomy for idiopathic ulcerative colitis, 1965
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Statistically valid ten-year comparative evaluation of three methods of management of massive gastroduodenal hemorrhage, 1965
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America's Littlewood crisis: the sentimental threat to animal research, 1966
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Left heart bypass, 1966
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Myocardial assist: comparison of left heart bypass with counterpulsation, 1966
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The preoperative diagnosis of cancerous obstructive jaundice - the quantitative fecal urobilinogen test, [1966]
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Response of myocardial fiber length to left heart bypass, 1966
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"Surgery": what is it?, 1966
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A comparison of left heart bypass under hypovolemic and Arfonad hypertension, 1967
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Effects of electric currents and interfacial potentials on wound healing, 1967
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Relative evaluation of left heart bypass, whether pulsatile or pulseless, with counterpulsation as technique for myocardial augmentation, 1967
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Small bowel injury as a factor in the dumping syndrome, 1967
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The use of various metal sutures to increase tensile strength of wounds, 1967
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Analysis of peripheral gas endarterectomy in 127 patients, 1968
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Artificial organs, 1968
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Effect of hypertonic solutions on intestinal mucosal integrity, [1968]
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A membrane combined oxygenator and pump - principles, 1968
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The suppression of experimental wound infections by biocidal sutures, 1968
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Thoughts on professional behavior, 1968-1969
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The gastrointestinal sump tube, 1969
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Response of myocardial fiber length to left heart bypass, 1969
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Effect of gastric juice on the absorption of water and chloride in the ileum, 1970
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Salvage of patients in cardiogenic shock, 1970
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Studies on the dumping syndrome, 1970
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Function of replanted ileac segments in the dog, 1971
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International Federation of Surgical Colleges symposium, 1972
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A quarter century of intracaval feeding, 1972
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[Discussion of membrane lung studies and assisted circulation], The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine vol. 40, no. 2, 1973
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The figure-of-8 through-and-through monofilament abdominal wall closure with wound splints: elimination of evisceration in poor-risk wounds over 25 years, 1973
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A technique for intestinal decompression: Sodium loss in intestinal obstruction, 1973
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Present and future of the artificial heart, 1975
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["Restraints block progress -- a lesson from Britain," Letter to the Editor] Modern Medicine, 1975 Mar 1
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The evolution of counterpulsation techniques, 1976
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A look down the road, 1980
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Intraoperative high-flow antegrade irrigation: a new bowel-cleansing system, 1985
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Laureate address [Perspective in review: one group's struggle with the development of a pump-oxygenator], 1985
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Surgical indications in intractable ulcerative colitis, 1987
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A heart-lung machine for open-heart operations: how it came about, 1989