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In people over 60 years of age the most massive and advanced atheromatous lesions are generally found in the distal third of the aorta and in the iliac arteries. Similar lesions in the arteries of the heart, brain and lower extremities therefore appear to be merely local manifestations...
For the past three and a half years postoperative venous thrombosis has been treated at the Lahey Clinic largely by anticoagulation therapy. For the last two and a half years femoral section and ligation have been reserved for cases of ambulatory recurrent calf phlebothrombosis with one...
Since 1941, 32 cases of infectious lymphocytosis have been reported as such in the literature.1 Other cases, probably the same disease entity but not so designated, also have been described.2 This syndrome occurs in children and young adults and is characterized by a decided increase in...
As the use of penicillin becomes more extensive, reports about its supposedly not too severe reactions increase.1 Prominent among these reactions, of course, are the cutaneous types. Such reactions have included pruritus, urticaria, toxic erythemas, vesicular and bullous dermatitis of...
Loss of blood from the gastrointestinal tract, no matter how slight, deserves serious consideration, particularly if it is persistent. Slow and intermittent bleeding with progressive anemia can be temporized with to a certain extent while a search for the source of the loss of blood is...
AGRANULOCYTOSIS INDUCED BY AMINOPYRINE SUPPOSITORIES
Recovery Following the Use of Penicillin in a Highly Allergic Individual
ERICH URBACH, M.D. and HAROLD L. GOLDBURGH, M.D. Philadelphia
Agranulocytosis caused by aminopyrine is well...
Because of the great distance of San Francisco, the convention city, from the headquarters of the American Medical Association in Chicago, we are unable to present in this issue of The Journal a complete report of the annual session. The attendance, which exceeded 7,500, the magnificent...
In 1933 it was alleged by Silber1 and associates of the Tarassewitsch Serologic Institute, Moscow, that smallpox virus is capable of multiplying in symbiosis with yeast cells and certain saprophytic bacteria. Other Soviet investigators2 afterward reported a similar symbiotic in vitro...
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