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  1. 40202731010
    Author(s):Cantarow, A.
    Stewart, H. L.
    Title:Alteration in serum bilirubin and bromsulphalein retention in relation to morphological changes in the liver and bile passages in cats with total biliary stasis.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stasis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. J. Path.
    Date of Publication:1935
    Pagination:11: 561–81.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  2. 40202731020
    Author(s):Cantarow, A.
    Lieber, M. M.
    Title:Lipids in the liver of the cat during bile stasis and biliary decompression.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stasis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Arch. Path.
    Place of Publication:Chic.
    Date of Publication:1935
    Pagination:20: 535–47.
    Reprint Note:Also repr.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  3. 40202731170
    Author(s):Rous, P.
    McMaster, P. D.
    Title:Physiological causes for the varied character of stasis bile.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stasis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Exp. M.
    Date of Publication:1921
    Pagination:34: 75–95, pl.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  4. 40202731190
    Author(s):Stewart, H. L.
    Cantarow, A.
    Morgan, D. R.
    Title:Renal changes in biliary stasis and decompression in cats.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stasis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Arch. Path.
    Place of Publication:Chic.
    Date of Publication:1935
    Pagination:19: 807–18.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  5. 40202731230
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stenosis
    Cross Reference(s):See also Bile-ducts, Obliteration
    See also Bile-ducts, Obstruction
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:CrossReference
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  6. 40202731300
    Author(s):Eliot, E. jr.
    Title:Stenosis of the bile ducts by contiguous cicatricial tissue.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stenosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Tr. Am. Surg. Ass.
    Date of Publication:1935
    Pagination:53: 271–81.
    Reference Note:Also Ann. Surg., 1935, 102: 752–62.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  7. 40202731320
    Author(s):Judd, E. S.
    Burden, V. G.
    Title:Benign stricture of the bile ducts.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stenosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Arch. Surg.
    Date of Publication:1925
    Pagination:11: 459–72.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  8. 40202731350
    Author(s):Miller, R. T.
    Title:Benign stricture of the bile ducts.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stenosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Tr. Am. Surg. Ass.
    Date of Publication:1927
    Pagination:45: 122–33.
    Reference Note:Also Ann. Surg., 1927, 86: 296–303.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  9. 40202731360
    Author(s):Ransom, H. K.
    Malcolm, K. D.
    Title:Obstructive jaundice due to diffuse contracture of the extrahepatic bile ducts.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stenosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Arch. Surg.
    Date of Publication:1934
    Pagination:28: 713–26.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
  10. 40202731380
    Author(s):Sowles, H. K.
    Title:Obliterative cholangeitis involving the extrahepatic bile ducts.
    Subject(s):Bile-Ducts Stenosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:N. England J. M.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:214: 227–32.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 2/Page 273
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