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Comparative Aspects of Haemolytic Disease of the Newborn is intended as a short account of present-day views on hemolytic disease and immediately related matters. It provides a bibliography to guide the interested reader towards the published work in whichever field he seeks to study.
This book is organized into nine chapters. The coverage of the chapters includes the comparative aspects and the experimental production of hemolytic disease in the newborn; historical aspects and serological considerations in hemolytic diseases in humans, horse, mule and pig. A chapter on the treatment of hemolytic diseases is also included. This book will be of interest to people interested in the care of young animals, whether in a medical or veterinary milieu.
Chapter I The Disease in Man: Historical Aspects
Icterus Gravis Neonatorum
The Unity of the Syndromes
Chapter II The Disease in Man: Haemolytic Anemia
Chapter III The Disease in Man: Kernicterus
The Origin of the Condition
Clinical and Pathological Features
Chapter IV Serological Considerations
The Antiglobulin Reaction
Chapter V The Disease in the Horse and the Mule
Chapter VI The Disease in the Pig
The Disease in the Piglet
Chapter VII The Experimental Production of Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn
Hetero-Immunization: The Guinea-Pig and Rat
Iso-immunization: The Dog
Iso-immunization: The Rabbit
Chapter VIII Comparative Aspects of Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn
Passage of Antibody to the Young
The Effect of the Antibody
The Manifestation of Hemolytic Disease in Different Species
Chapter IX Treatment
A Note on Nomenclature
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1957
- 1st January 1957
- eBook ISBN:
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