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Radioactive iodine as a form of therapy in human thyrotoxicosis is now about nine years old, although little or no exploration of this method was carried out during the period of World War II. The technic has now been studied sufficiently in numerous clinics that its efficacy has been...
The personnel policy of the Army, as published in Department of the Army directives, is based on the premise that the individual is the most important single asset in any army. This policy attempts to clarify and improve the daily working relationships between each person and unit by...
The prevention and control of intramural outbreaks of enteric infection in hospitals is a source of considerable concern. Outbreaks have occurred with alarming frequency even in the best institutions. The general pattern appears to be the same in all cases. An infected food handler or a...
Gastrojejunal ulceration is a major complication which follows the surgical treatment of duodenal ulcer with significant frequency. After gastroenterostomy the average incidence of this complication is about 15 per cent1 and after gastric resection considerably lower, varying from 0.5...
A test for the diagnosis of pheochromocytoma associated with persistent hypertension was published in The Journal in 1947.1 Since these neoplasms are more often associated with persistent elevation in blood pressure than with the more dramatic paroxysmal hypertension, and since the...
An atomic bomb explosion is accompanied with the release of enormous quantities of kinetic energy, at least 80 per cent in the form of ordinary heat, commonly recognized as infra-red, visible and ultraviolet radiation. Although it is now well known that the temperature in the immediate vicinity...
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Multiple sclerosis may begin suddenly with a single relatively minor symptom of transient duration, such as visual blurring in one eye, weakness or paresthesias of a single limb or clumsiness and awkwardness in the use of one hand, to be followed by an...
This clinical report of peripheral paralysis of the seventh cranial nerve (facial) was made because several attacks of this type of palsy occurred in each of 3 patients who were brothers. In 1 patient (case 2) in addition to two attacks of Bell's palsy (neuropathy of facial nerve) there occurred...
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