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During the phenomenal development of chemotherapy in the past thirteen years, considerable confusion has arisen regarding the value of the various agents in the management of acute septic peritonitis. Although most surgeons agree that chemotherapy has been of great value, there is no...
Observations in brucellosis in human beings have indicated that the simultaneous administration of streptomycin and sulfadiazine is more effective therapeutically than when either drug is given alone.1 Experimental studies with infected fertilized hens' eggs have also supported this...
More and more stress has recently been laid on the importance of early carcinomas which have not as yet broken out of their parent epithelium to invade surrounding tissue and are hence known as "carcinomas in situ." At present, carcinoma in situ is well recognized as a type in the...
Recently there has been wider acceptance of the view that a particular group of diseases and certain reactions to therapeutic agents occur on the basis of an acquired hypersensitivity. There is evidence that rheumatic fever, glomerulonephritis, serum sickness and periarteritis nodosa...
The examination of a large proportion of the youths of this country by the various examiners of the selective service boards resulted in a considerable number of rejections for military service because of persistent elevation of the blood pressure. Many of these persons were advised to...
Prior to the advent of the cyclotron in 1931, sources of exposure to ionizing radiation were limited largely to roentgen rays, radium and its disintegration products. The occupational injuries such as radiation burns, ulcers and carcinoma,1 aplastic anemia,2 leukemia3 and radium...
I come to show you sweet Caesar's wounds; poor, poor dumb mouths, and bid them speak for me.—Mark Anthony.
In 1868 at Fort Sumner, the United States, entering into a treaty with the Navajo Indians, exacted submission with definite promises from the Navajos based on...
In May 1948, Barnett, Simons and Wells1 reported a case of a 16 year old patient in whom the manifestations of a nephrotic syndrome appeared while the patient was taking trimethadione ("tridione"). Certain features of the patient's course and condition seemed to differ from the clinical picture...
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