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Abstract • A network of small to medium-sized communities has been developed to increase the supply of cadaveric kidneys for renal allotransplantation. After a training period, community physicians and the community hospitals were designated as members of the transplant team to retrieve kidneys....
Abstract • An effective method of providing hemostasis in minor surgery on the lips is presented. (Arch Surg 111:918, 1976)
Abstract • A 9-year-old boy developed pneumococcal meningitis and peritonitis following appendectomy. Subsequent pathologic examination showed Gram-positive diplococci in the appendix. Cultures of the peritoneal fluid, blood, and spinal fluid showed Diplococcus pneumoniae. The experience...
Abstract • The incidence of anemia after total gastrectomy has not received sufficient clinical emphasis. During a follow-up period averaging 32 months, postresectional anemia developed in seven of ten patients without evidence of malignant neoplasm; all but one of these patients had received...
Abstract • Aneurysm of the splenic artery is found in up to 10% of the elderly. Usually, the lesion is discovered by chance and does not produce symptoms unless rupture occurs. Although there is general agreement that surgery is required in symptomatic patients and in women of childbearing age,...
Abstract • In three new cases of sweat gland carcinoma that we observed within recent years, the sites were the axilla, back, and arm. Axillary lymph node dissections were performed in two of the patients and the nodes were normal. Preoperative diagnoses were hydroadenitis, squamous cell...
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Abstract • A study of 88 patients showed a reduction in the estimated hepatic blood flow (EHBF), as measured by a colloidal gold technique, to 88% and 84% of its initial value during ether and halothane anesthesia, respectively. During the operative procedure itself, there was a further fall in...
Abstract • Local vasoconstriction produced by infiltration of a dilute solution of epinephrine during parotidectomy allows a more rapid and accurate dissection. (Arch Surg 111:917, 1976)
Abstract • A case of ruptured, benign hepatic adenoma occurred in a young woman taking oral contraceptives. Our observation of this patient after biopsy and control of hemorrhage is the subject of this report. We support the concept that these tumors may regress or remain dormant after estrogen...
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