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Incidence of rheumatic diseases in this country is so high that only a small proportion of cases come to the attention of specialists. In most instances responsibility for diagnosis and treatment remains in the hands of family physicians. It is of utmost importance, therefore, for...
Crocker, Buckley, Pollitzer, Alderson and Reich, Gilman and other observers have presented interesting statistical studies of the incidence of common diseases of the skin. Goodman1 and Sohrweide2 have published statistical studies on more than 1,000,000 dermatologic diagnoses made in...
A therapeutic problem which remains unsolved is the one pertaining to recurrent arterial emboli. Once a peripheral embolus has occurred there is a high incidence of recurrence. Unfortunately, all too frequently the recurrent embolus is fatal, commonly involving one of the cerebral...
Engorgement of the lung is the most important complication produced by left ventricular failure or mitral stenosis. Medical treatment is effective, but only during a period of months or years. Sooner or later life becomes intolerable for the patient, and the physician finds himself...
Epinephrine and the corresponding primary amine l-nor-epinephrine (nor-adrenaline, arterenol®) normally exist in the mammalian body. Nor-epinephrine was first shown to be present in significant amounts in postganglionic, adrenergic nerves of cattle by pharmacologic methods.1 Recently its...
Shortly after the virus of Western equine encephalomyelitis was isolated from the central nervous system of affected horses in California by Meyer, Haring and Howitt,1 infections were noted in persons who worked in close association with infected animals.2 Howitt3 first recovered the virus from...
Under various names (severe erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson's disease, erythema multiforme exudativum and ectodermosis erosiva pluriorificialis), the literature indicates infrequent involvement of the alimentary canal in the toxic eruption commonly known as erythema multiforme. In 1874...
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