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John R. Haserick - bibliography

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American physician.


  • John R. Haserick; Robert E. Kellum:
    Primer for Patients with Lupus Erythematosus. 1979.
  • R. E. Kellum, J. R, Haserick:
    Systemic Lupus Erythrematous.
    The Archives of Internal Medicine, Chicago, 1964, 113: 92-99.
  • J. R. Haserick, Lena A. Lewis, Donald W. Bortz:
    Blood factor in acute disseminated lupus erythematosus. 1. Determination of gamma globulin as a specific plasma fraction.
    The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Hagerstown, Maryland, June 1950, 219: 660-663.
  • J. R. Haserick, L. A. Lewis, D. W. Bortz:
    Blood factor in acute disseminated lupus erythematosus. Induction of specific antibodies against LE-factor.
    Blood, New York, 1950, 5: 718.
  • T. Q. Kong, R. E. Kellum, J. R. Haserick:
    Clinical diagnosis of cardiac involvement in systemic lupus erythematosus: a correlation of clinical and autopsy findings in thirty patients. Circulation, Baltimore, 1962, 26: 7-11.
  • C. S. Buchanan, J. R. Haserick:
    FTA-ABS in pregnancy: A probable false positive reaction.
    Archives of Dermatology, Chicago, 1970, 102: 322.
  • F. W. Arundell, J. R. Haserick:
    Familial chronic atrophic polychondritis.
    Archives of Dermatology, Chicago, 1960, 82: 439-440.

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