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The main trends and prospects of development of soviet pathological anatomy of childhood diseases


, : The main trends and prospects of development of soviet pathological anatomy of childhood diseases. Arkhiv Patologii 38(10): 3-11

The main trends in pathological anatomy of childhood diseases in the USSR are discussed. New data are presented on respiratory infectious diseases in children, pneumonias, serum hepatitis, meningococcal infection, immunodeficiencies, nephrology, gastroenterology, pathology and therapy of tumors and leukemias and perinatal pathology. Further research in the field of infectious pathology, immunopathology, lesions of the CNS and the microcirculatory bed in children, tissue defects and diseases in fetus associated with late toxemia in mothers are suggested.

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