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      Edith L Potter

      Edith L Potter

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the University of Chicago and the Chicago Lying-in Hospital Chicago, Illinois, USA | Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The ...

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      Edith L Potter:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichEdith L Potterhas direct influence:Perinatal mortality,Polycystic kidneys,Human kidney,Infant mortality,Twin pregnancies,Multiple pregnancies,Chicago lyingin hospital,Cent twins.

      Edith L Potter:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Edith L Potter has influence:Newborn infant,Renal agenesis,Pulmonary hypoplasia,Polycystic kidney,Amniotic fluid,Hydrops fetalis,Urinary tract.

      KOL Resume for Edith L Potter

      Year
      1969

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the University of Chicago and the Chicago Lying-in Hospital Chicago, Illinois, USA

      1964

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The Chicago Lying-in Hospital Chicago, Illinois USA

      1963

      the Chicago Lying-in Hospital Chicago, Illinois, USA

      1959

      Chicago Lying-in Hospital Chicago, Ill., USA

      1958

      Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Ill., USA

      1957

      the Chicago Lying-in Hospital Chicago, Ill., USA

      1954

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Chicago USA.

      1953

      Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Chicago; Pathologist, Chicago Lying-in Hospital

      1949

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the University of Chicago Chicago, Ill., USA

      1948

      The Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Ill. USA

      1947

      From the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the University of Chicago, and The Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago

      1946

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The University of Chicago Chicago, Ill. USA

      1945

      From the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the University of Chicago and the Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Ill.

      1944

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the University of Chicago Chicago, Ill. USA

      1943

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the University of Chicago and The Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Ill., USA

      1941

      From the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The University of Chicago and The Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Ill.

      1939

      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill., USA

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      Sample of concepts for which Edith L Potter is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      factor numerous investigations #1
      negative2 #1
      morbidity—some #1
      death rates infants #1
      population 1940 #1
      causation erythroblastosis #1
      statistics birth rate #1
      theory maternal immunization #1
      intragroup transfusions #1
      remarkably agreement findings #1
      ultimate place factor #1
      practice foretold #1
      time difficult period #1
      999 live births #1
      preventing erythroblastosis #1
      factor medical thought #1
      average weight fetus #1
      mendelian dominant4 #1
      erythroblastosis reactions #1
      10 400 gm #1
      400 gm dividing #1
      positive fetal erythrocytes #1
      foretold numerous problems #1
      erythroblastosis years #1
      chaotic state time #1
      rate 1915 #1
      health department illinois #1
      maternal morbidity—some #1
      hospital great majority #1
      father positive3 #1
      1915 period #1
      erythroblastosis theory #1
      reactions intragroup transfusions #1
      medical thought practice #1
      large globe #1
      10000 estimated population #1
      difficult period fact #1
      globe birth rates #1
      maternal circulation mendelian #1
      positive3 #1
      mendelian dominant4 factor #1
      fetus positive gene #1
      subject new discoveries #1
      age gradual decline #1
      1915 birth #1
      numerous investigations papers #1
      disease basic facts #1
      maternal immunization factor #1
      mother negative2 #1
      laborpresented regular meeting #2
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      Prominent publications by Edith L Potter

      KOL-Index: 10513

      The zygosity of 80 per cent of 293 pairs of twins was established with certainty at birth; a placenta with a single chorion identified 22.8 per cent as monozygotic, differences in sex identified 30.2 per cent as dizygotic, and differences in blood groups of those of the same sex identified an additional 27.0 per cent as dizygotic. The remaining 20 per cent are probably although not positively monozygotic.The data corroborate Weinberg's rule which indicates the total number of dizygotic ...

      Known for Twin Zygosity | Newborn Infant | Blood Groups | Pregnancy Sex | Membrane Disease
      KOL-Index: 4719

      In view of the frequent association of genital malformations and malformations of certain other organ systems, the discovery of one should invariably lead to an investigation of the possible presence of the other.Because of the close relationship of the urinary and genital systems in embryologic development and the marked preponderance of males among infants with complete bilateral renal agenesis, genital development and nuclear sex were studied in 48 fetuses and infants presenting this ...

      Known for Female Pseudohermaphroditism | Renal Agenesis | 4 Cases | Sex Development | Anorectal Malformations
      KOL-Index: 4462

      Although 86 per cent of the population is Rh positive, isoagglutinins are not ordinarily present in the 14 per cent who are Rh negative (in contrast to the A and B antigens on which the main blood groups are based); in an individual who is Rh- (who does not naturally have the Rh antigen), agglutinins can be produced by the introduction of the Rh antigen into the blood stream.This introduction can be accomplished either by transfusion or by transfer, during pregnancy, of the Rh antigen ...

      Known for Blood Factor | Fetal Maternal | Mother Positive | Cells Serum | Etiologic Agent
      KOL-Index: 4300

      Perinatal mortality for 110,316 fetuses and infants weighing over 400 grams born at the Chicago Lying-in Hospital between May 31, 1931, and July 1, 1966, fell from 42 per 1,000 births in 1931–1941 to 29 per 1,000 births in 1961–1966. Mortality for live-born infants weighing over 1,000 grams decreased from 17.2 per 1,000 births to 8.6 per 1,000 births at the same time. The greatest reduction took place in the first half of this period with little change occurring since then. The decrease ...

      Known for Perinatal Mortality | Newborn Infant | Fetal Diseases | Birth Weight | Hyaline Membrane
      KOL-Index: 4143

      Three hundred and thirty-four multiple pregnancies occurred in 31,131 total deliveries, an incidence of one in 93.4 for twins, and one in 15,514 for triplets.The average birth weight is 2,391 Gm. for an infant which is one of twins and 3,405 Gm. for other infants born in this hospital.The average length of gestation is 256 days in twin pregnancies, 281 days in all other pregnancies in this hospital.The combined fetal and neonatal death rate for 660 reportable twin infants is 13.3 per ...

      Known for Twin Pregnancies | Fetal Death | 1000 Gm | Chicago Lying | Cent Total
      KOL-Index: 4124

      In the six and one-half year period prior to July 1, 1947, there were 22,943 deliveries at the Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Among these there were 257 multiple pregnancies, an incidence of 1:91 for twins and 1:4,580 for triplets.The mean birth weight in this series was 2,354 Gm.The mean length of gestation for twin pregnancies was 256.7 days and for multiple pregnancies (including triplets) in which the combined weight of the babies was over 5,000 Gm. is 271.2 days.The mortality for all ...

      Known for Multiple Pregnancies | Single Infants | Birth Weight | Humans Pregnancy | Chicago Lying

      Bilateral renal agenesis


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      KOL-Index: 3065

      Twenty instances of complete renal agenesis have been observed during a ten-year period among approximately 5,000 infants who were subjected to postmortem examination following intrauterine death or death in the neonatal period.There was no relation to maternal age or parity, method of delivery, or to complications of pregnancy. The infants were predominately males. The three female infants exhibited a complete absence of uterus and vagina. The lungs of all infants were hypoplastic and ...

      Known for Renal Agenesis | Complete Absence | Female Infants | Postmortem Examination | Uterus Vagina
      KOL-Index: 2047
      Known for Squash Preparations | Meiosis Oocytes | Human Fetal | Germ Cells | Female Fetus
      KOL-Index: 1920

      Among 20,219 births at the Chicago Lying-in Hospital 0.94 per cent of the infants weighed more than 4,500 gm.The average length of gesttion calculated fromthe first day of the last menstrual period ws 288 dys for these infants.The size of the fetus is lrgely dependent onthe length of gesttion, but size of the parents, multiparity, advancing age, or diabetes in the mother may be contributing factors in producing excessive development.Labor presents greater hazard for both mother and ...

      Known for Postpartum Hemorrhage | Maternal Complications | Increased Incidence | Cent Infants | Hazard Mother
      KOL-Index: 1869

      Medullary sponge kidneys are characterized by the cystic dilatation of collecting tubules in the renal medulla. The cortex is generally normal. No sympioms are present unless there is infection or lithiasis. The abnormality appears to be an intrinsic enlargement of collecting tubules related to hamartomatous polycystic kidneys. It has only recently been recognized and most cases have been described in adults. Two examples in young infants are reported.

      Known for Sponge Kidney | Collecting Tubules

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