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Although descriptions of beriberi date far back in the oriental literature, the modern concept of heart disease due to beriberi is dominated by the vivid descriptions of Wenckebach1 in the Far East and by the observations of Weiss and Wilkins2 in the United States. Beriberi has not,...
Although of infrequent occurrence, reactions to penicillin therapy occur with sufficient intensity to warrant their study and investigation. This report is concerned principally with the delayed serum sickness type of reaction which makes its appearance after the course of treatment has...
Deaths related to the injection of foreign protein in man are fortunately few. The exact number of such occurrences is difficult to estimate from the available literature. By 1942 Kojis1 was able to find 61 such deaths, and he added 4 more from the Willard Parker Hospital. The most...
A review of the literature has failed to reveal information which might serve to evaluate thiouracil as a possible form of treatment for permanent cure of thyrotoxicosis. The main reason for this is that too few patients have been followed for a sufficiently long period to warrant...
The term "occupational cancer" applies to malignant tumors which originate in persons during the course of and as the result of the regular and usually prolonged exercise of certain occupational activities which entail contact with some exogenous, physical or chemical carcinogenic agent...
ACUTE SYPHILITIC NEPHROSIS SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH PENICILLIN
J. H. Barr Jr., M.D.; H. N. COLE, M.D.; J. R. DRIVER, M.D.; ROSCOE D. LEAS, M.D.; MAX MILLER, M.D., and L. G. STRAUSS, M.D. Cleveland
The nephrotic syndrome is defined as a clinical symptom...
In man and in certain of the lower vertebrates nodal collections of lymphoid cells occur; they may be classified as those provided with lymph sinuses, or the lymph nodes proper, and those provided with blood sinuses. The latter are variously known as hemolymph nodes, splenolymph nodes...
Recently newspaper and radio publicity has been given to a report1 of use in the treatment of 42 patients with "hyperesthetic rhinitis" of a new drug, "Anthallan." Anthallan is a benzofuran derivative; other information on its chemical or pharmacologic properties has apparently not been...
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