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As a rule auscultation in cases of bronchial asthma does not present any particular difficulty, there being a prolonged expiration with normal inspiration heard uniformly over all parts of the lungs, as stated by the classical school. Actually, however, there is "prolongation of both phases of...
We have recently observed a patient in whom agranulocytosis developed following treatment with the new antirheumatic drug phenylbutazone (butazolidin®). Because of the large number of patients who are potential users of phenylbutazone, it was thought advisable to report this severe toxic...
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