ALCUNI RILIEVI MORFOLOGICI SULLE NEOFORMAZIONI PANCREATICHE ASSOCIATE AD IPERINSULINISMO

Translated title of the contribution: Morphologic findings in pancreatic tumors associated with hyperinsulinism

C. Capella, E. Solcia, L. Mosca

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Abstract

One hundred eighteen patients between 4 and 69 yr were investigated with the immunofluorescence test for Epstein Barr virus antibodies before and after cardiac operations using the heart lung machine. Forty one patients had no antibodies before surgery (35%). In 28 of these no antibodies could be detected after operation whereas in 13 (11%) a rise in antibody titre indicated active infection. In 18 patients with antibodies before the operation the titre rose postoperatively either due to a boostering effect or to superinfection. In the remaining patients the titre was unchanged. A posttransfusion syndrome did not occur in any patient. The investigations show that the Epstein Barr virus can be transmitted from donor to receiver by blood transfusion.

Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationFOLIA ENDOCR.
Pages395-397
Number of pages3
Volume26
Edition5
Publication statusPublished - 1973

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Hyperinsulinism
Antibodies
Neoplasms
Human Herpesvirus 4
Heart-Lung Machine
Superinfection
Blood Transfusion
Fluorescent Antibody Technique
Tissue Donors
Infection

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Capella, C., Solcia, E., & Mosca, L. (1973). ALCUNI RILIEVI MORFOLOGICI SULLE NEOFORMAZIONI PANCREATICHE ASSOCIATE AD IPERINSULINISMO. In FOLIA ENDOCR. (5 ed., Vol. 26, pp. 395-397)

ALCUNI RILIEVI MORFOLOGICI SULLE NEOFORMAZIONI PANCREATICHE ASSOCIATE AD IPERINSULINISMO. / Capella, C.; Solcia, E.; Mosca, L.

FOLIA ENDOCR.. Vol. 26 5. ed. 1973. p. 395-397.

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Capella, C, Solcia, E & Mosca, L 1973, ALCUNI RILIEVI MORFOLOGICI SULLE NEOFORMAZIONI PANCREATICHE ASSOCIATE AD IPERINSULINISMO. in FOLIA ENDOCR.. 5 edn, vol. 26, pp. 395-397.
Capella C, Solcia E, Mosca L. ALCUNI RILIEVI MORFOLOGICI SULLE NEOFORMAZIONI PANCREATICHE ASSOCIATE AD IPERINSULINISMO. In FOLIA ENDOCR.. 5 ed. Vol. 26. 1973. p. 395-397
Capella, C. ; Solcia, E. ; Mosca, L. / ALCUNI RILIEVI MORFOLOGICI SULLE NEOFORMAZIONI PANCREATICHE ASSOCIATE AD IPERINSULINISMO. FOLIA ENDOCR.. Vol. 26 5. ed. 1973. pp. 395-397
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