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Medical research is beneficial to health and welfare and most of the American people willingly support it financially and otherwise. Only the antivivisectionists are actively opposed to research using animals, although several religious groups are passive toward medical research. The...
Since the original report of Mahoney that syphilis had been successfully treated with penicillin, the management of neurosyphilis has been studied by many workers. The general trend has been a fairly revolutionary one in the direction of simplifying the treatment. Some workers advocate...
Differences of opinion are to be expected regarding the treatment of rheumatic fever and prevention of recurrences until additional knowledge explains the protean manifestations of the disease. One has to admit that no treatment specific for rheumatic fever is known.
Abstract Pain in the lower part of the back is one of the most common complaints presented to the general practitioner. So common is this ailment, indeed, that the physician is apt to minimize its importance. Even when low back pain is the patient's major complaint, the physician may simply make...
It has become apparent to many orthopedic surgeons that the occurrence of the congenital deformity of the foot characterized primarily by adduction of the fore part of the foot, without the equinus and the varus deformities of clubfoot, has been increasing. Only one authoritative...
North Carolina took its initial step in, clinical cancer controlon April 27, 1948, with the opening of the New Hanover County Cancer Center. This statewide project is directed by the Division of Cancer Control of the state board of health, with the Cancer Committee of the State Medical...
Prolonged treatment of rheumatoid arthritis with pituitary adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) has been given in 2 cases since the program for the use of this substance was initiated.
REPORT OF CASES
Case 1.—History and Initial Observations.—
The principal complaints of W. E. S. at the time of...
A tuberculous abscess arising from a tuberculous costal cartilage was successfully treated by aspiration of the contents of the abscess cavity and immediate injection of streptomycin into the cavity. As far as I know, no other such case has been reported in the medical literature.
Salmonellosis in man usually takes one of the following forms: Salmonella fever, Salmonella septicemia, gastroenteritis, localized infections (such as meningitis or arthritis) or the asymptomatic carrier form.
Although intestinal infections do not offer many special diagnostic problems,...
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