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In a recent summary of the literature, Seeley discussed the clinical indications for the use of intra-arterial blood transfusions. Intra-arterial transfusions have been employed to an increasing extent by surgeons and anesthesiologists, at times without regard to the hazards involved. Anatomic...
When a patient has vague gastrointestinal symptoms that persist unchanged, the surgeon should consider the possibility that the patient has ingested a foreign body, perhaps without knowing it. The literature on the subject reveals many interesting case reports but a high percentage of error in...
Congenital cystic disease of the lung was described over 300 years ago by Fontanus and was again noted by Bartholinus in 1687. For the most part, it remained a pathological curiosity until the advent of modern thoracic surgery. In 1925, Koontz 2 reported a case in a child 12 days old and...
Acute infectious mononucleosis occurring simultaneously with Hodgkin's disease in the same patient is a unique circumstance. Whether these conditions are related basically cannot be determined on the basis of this case; it is possible that they occurred coincidentally in this patient.
The occurrence of a chronic nonmalignant fistula between the esophagus and the tracheobronchial tree is a rarity, according to recorded medical literature. In infants, it is usually reported as a congenital anomaly associated with esophageal atresia, with a frequency of from one in 50,000...
The occurrence of edema and pain in one arm of a woman in her middle forties would not immediately suggest the diagnosis of venous obstruction caused by a congenital anomaly. Instead, one first might consider a commoner and more serious cause, such as malignant disease of the breast with...
Compound G-4, also known as "dichlorophene," has been reported as being a potent fungicide and bactericide. This compound has been advocated for use not only in dentifrices but also in antiperspirant creams, deodorant creams, powders, toilet waters, and various preparations for combating...
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