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British physician.

Bibliography

  • M. H. Mayeur, M. K. Alexander:
    Stromatoid mural sercoma. (stromatous endometriosis).
    The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the British Empire, London, October 1951, 58 (5):805-809.
  • D. Annis, M. K. Alexander:
    Differential absorption of electrolytes from the large bowel in relation to ureterosigmoid anastomosis.
    The Lancet, September 27, 1952, 2 (6735): 603-606.
  • M. K. Alexander, S. Cope:
    Erythema multiforme exudativum major (Stevens-Johnson syndrome).
    The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, London, October 1954, 68 (2): 373-380.
  • W. M. Priest, M. Alexander:
    Islet cell tumor of the pancreas with peptic ulceration, diarrhoea, and hypocalemia.
    The Lancet, London, 1957, II: 1145-1147.
  • M. K. Alexander:
    A mixed tumour of the liver in an adult.
    The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, London, July, 1961, 82: 217-219.
  • T. P. Whitehead, M. K. Alexander, D. F. Barrowcliff, A. P. Prior, N. Marsh:
    Lipid and mineral matter in coronary arteries and aorta. I. Results in a group of men dying from causes unrelated to coronary artery disease.
    Journal of Atherosclerosis Research, Amsterdam, May-June 1962, 2: 199-209.
  • T. P. Whitehead, M. K. Alexander:, D. F. Barrowcliff, A. P. Prior, N. Marsh:
    Lipid and mineral matter in coronary arteries and aorta. II. Results in a group of men dying from coronary artery disease.
    Journal of Atherosclerosis Research, Amsterdam, May-June 1962, 2: 210-216.
  • M. K. Alexander:
    The postmortem estimation of total body fat, muscle and bone.
    Clinical Science, Oxford, April 1964, 26: 193-202.
  • R. F. Fletcher, M. K. Alexander, J. Gloster:
    Lipid composition of human psoas muscle.
    Clinical Science, Oxford, August 1965, 29 (1):171-178.
  • E. A. Jones, M. K. Alexander:
    Idiopathic retroperitoneal fibrosis associated with an arteritis.
    Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, London, July 1966, 25 (4): 356-360.
  • R. N. Allan, M. K. Alexander:
    A sex difference in the leucocyte count.
    Journal of Clinical Pathology, November 1968, 21 (6): 691-694.
  • M. K. Alexander:
    Data processing in histopathology.
    Journal of Clinical Pathology, Supplement (College of Pathologists), 1969, 3: 74-76.
  • J. M. Cruikshank, M. K. Alexander:
    The effect of age, sex, parity, haemoglobin level, and oral contraceptive preparations on the normal leucocyte count.
    British Journal of Haematology, Oxford, May 1970, 18 (5): 541-550.
  • M. K. Alexander, J. Connigale, T. Johnson, I. R. Poulter, J. Wakefield:
    A data processing system for hospital bacteriology.
    Journal of Clinical Pathology, London, February 1970, 23 (1): 77-80.
  • M. K. Alexander:
    Letter: Sex difference in normal neutrophil count.
    British Medical Journal, March 22, 1975, 1 (5959): 683.
  • M. K. Alexander, M. T. Corbett, R. W. Reed:
    Maintenance and use of cumulative haematology files on a laboratory computer.
    Journal of Clinical Pathology, London, April, 1977, 30 (4): 356-360.
  • R. F. Stevens, M. K. Alexander:
    A sex difference in the platelet count.
    British Journal of Haematology, Oxford, October 1977, 37 (2): 295-300.
  • B. W. Codling, M. K. Alexander, R. G. Parker, R. C. Curran:
    The Birmingham Histopathology Data Pool: a co-operative project among 10 laboratories.
    Journal of Clinical Pathology, London, December 1977, 30 (12): 1110-1118.
  • L. R. Goodman, M. K. Alexander:
    R.N.'s as non-traditional students: a faculty perspective.
    Imprint, April-May 1984, 31 (2): 57-63.
  • M. K. Alexander, M. S. Khan, C. S. Dow:
    Rapid screening for bacteriuria using a particle counter, pulse-height analyser, and computer.
    Journal of Clinical Pathology, London, February 1981, 34 (2): 194-198.

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