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MEETING OF THE COUNCIL ON NATIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE
Chicago, April 5-6, 1948
Abstracts of Papers read in Panel Discussion on Medical, Health and Sanitary Problems of the Military Establishment in the Event of a National Emergency.
Forty-nine infants borne of mothers with Hodgkin's disease have been reported in the literature1 We wish to report a case of a mother with Hodgkin's disease who has borne 2 children, making a total of 51 infants so far reported.
Report of Case
The patient was first seen in the outpatient...
CANCER IN DIABETIC PERSONS
Review of the literature having indicated an apparent association between cancer and diabetes mellitus, Jacobson1 made a statistical study to determine this point. Recent reports by Marble,2 Ellinger and Landsman3 were in definite agreement...
The clinical diagnosis of major infarction resulting from coronary insufficiency or occlusion is usually reliable, especially when confirmed by the presence of suitable electrocardiographic changes, slight fever, leukocytosis and an increased sedimentation rate.1 However, there are some...
To the Editor:—
In the May 1 issue of The Journal there appeared on page 16 an article signed by Dr. Lochner of Albany, N.Y., concerning the evaluation of foreign medical graduates. Unfortunately, that article contains misleading statements; here is a quick review of...
The experience of having unsatisfactory results in 2 patients on whom I performed nephropexy six years ago stimulated my interest in the posteriorly located renal pelvis. In the first case, the pain of the patient was not satisfactorily relieved and, in the second case, the kidney had to...
The earliest investigations into the properties of stored blood for purposes of transfusion clearly revealed the necessity for careful filtration of such material before use. That fibrin particles, clumps of white blood cells or disintegrated platelets, and even small blood clots were to be...
Adopting a technic previously used by them for a study of the immunologic depression due to thiamine, riboflavin and vitamin A deficiencies.1 Guggenheim and Beuchler2 of the Department of Bacteriology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, placed groups of young rats on well balanced diets...
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