In Memoriam: Professor Bernard Portmann 1940–2018
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Alberto Quaglia
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Institute of Liver Studies, King’s College Hospital, London, UK
Roger Williams
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Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, King’s College London, UK
Corresponding author. Address: Institute of Hepatology, London, 111 Coldharbour Lane, London SE5 9NT, UK; Tel.: 0207255 9830; fax: 020 7380 0405.
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Prof. Roger S. Williams
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Bernard Portmann, Liver histopathology, King’s College London
[1]. B. Portmann - Orcein-positive liver deposits in Indian childhood cirrhosis
[2]. M.S. Tanner - Role of copper in Indian childhood cirrhosis
[3]. R.Y. Calne - Observations on preservation, bile drainage and rejection in 64 human orthotopic liver allografts
[4]. B. Portmann - Histopathology of the transplanted liver
[5]. B. Portmann - Intrahepatic bile duct lesions
[6]. S.E. Davies - Hepatic histological findings after transplantation for chronic hepatitis B virus infection, including a unique pattern of fibrosing cholestatic hepatitis
[7]. J. Neuberger - Recurrence of primary biliary cirrhosis after liver transplantation
[8]. J. Neuberger - Recurrence of autoimmune chronic active hepatitis following orthotopic liver grafting
[9]. N. Kerkar - De-novo autoimmune hepatitis after liver transplantation
[10]. D. Westaby - Androgen related primary hepatic tumors in non-Fanconi patients
[11]. M. Davis - Histological evidence of carcinoma in a hepatic tumour associated with oral contraceptives
[12]. B. Portmann - Histopathological changes in the liver following a paracetamol overdose: correlation with clinical and biochemical parameters
[13]. G. Koukoulis - Immunolocalization of regenerating cells after submassive liver necrosis using PCNA staining
[14]. B. Portmann - Detection of HBSAG in fixed liver tissue – use of a modified immunofluorescent technique and comparison with histochemical methods
[15]. N.V. Naoumov - Detection of hepatitis B virus antigens in liver tissue. A relation to viral replication and histology in chronic hepatitis B infection
[16]. S.E. Davies - Hepatic morphology and histochemistry of Wilson’s disease presenting as fulminant hepatic failure: a study of 11 cases
[17]. A.G. Manolaki - The prelaparotomy diagnosis of extrahepatic biliary atresia
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