|Series||Pathological monographs -- 1|
|Contributions||Hou, Pao-chang, 1895-,|
|LC Classifications||RC848 C5 C28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||214|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cameron, Roy, Sir, Biliary cirrhosis. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd  (OCoLC) Document Type: 1. Author(s): Cameron,Gordon Roy; Hou,Pao-chang, Title(s): Biliary cirrhosis[by] Sir Roy Cameron and P. C. Hou (Hou Pao-Chang). Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd  Description: p. ill. Language: English MeSH: Liver Cirrhosis* NLM ID: R[Book] While the former lesion has been studied by animal experimentation and has therefore given up a few secrets, "primary biliary cirrhosis" still remains an uncharted chaos, the exploration of which is as hazardous as ventures into outer space. Sir Roy Cameron and his colleague Professor P. C. Hou have Biliary cirrhosis Sir Roy Cameron and P.C. Hou （Pathological monographs, 1） Charles C Thomas,
The first part of this book describes the flow of bile in health and disease and the properties of bile. The second part deals with biliary cirrhosis and contains eight chapters on definition and classification, obstruction of extra-hepatic bile passages, primary biliary cirrhosis, Hanot's hypertrophie form, xantho-matous cirrhosis, canalicular stasis [caused by drugs like chlorpromazine and AP MEDICAL NEWS BUnSH MEDICALJOURNAL British Council for Rehabilitation of Disabled.-European international study course and conference, "FromDisability to Work," July , Cambridge University. Details from abnormal a-chains, and haemoglobin C (Hb-C) with abnormal /3-chains, segregate independently. Two of its memberspossess four major haemoglobins, which are Hb-A, Hb-G, Hb-C, and the doubly abnormal haemo-globin G/C (a2G/, the last resulting from the combination of the abnormal subunits of Hb-G and Hb-C. Methods Haematological examination was Papers and correspondence, (predominantly ), of Sir (Gordon) Roy Cameron, comprising notebooks of lecture courses, , givenhttps://aimcom/cats/13/htm.
Cameron, G.R. Hou, P.C. Biliary Cirrhosis () Charles C Thomas Springfield, Ill Watson, C.J. Hoffbauer, F.W. The problem of prolonged hepatitis with particular reference to the cholangiolitic type and to the development of cholangiolitic cirrhosis of the liver Ann. :// However, it is probable that, when cirrhosis is present, the relationship between cirrhosis and hepatic carcinoma is similar to that in adults.9 Cameron and Hou1state that no case of hepatoma in association with biliary cir- rhosis due to atresia of the bile ducts has been reported in :// Cholangiocarcinoma, also known as bile duct cancer, is a type of cancer that forms in the bile ducts. Symptoms of cholangiocarcinoma may include abdominal pain, yellowish skin, weight loss, generalized itching, and fever. Light colored stool or dark urine may also occur. Other biliary tract cancers include gallbladder cancer and cancer of the ampulla of :// Oberling, C., et C. Rouiller: Les effets de l'intoxication aiguë au tétrachlorure de carbone sur le foie du rat; étude au microscope éléctronique. Ann. Anat. path. 1, – (). Google Scholar