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Myositis ossificans is a benign condition in which there is degeneration of muscle and connective tissue, followed by replacement of these structures with a cellular fibrous tissue that eventually becomes ossified. The usual case of myositis ossificans circumscripta has a definite history of...
This book is now in the fifth edition and is widely used by many radiologists in this country. Over the years the clinicians, the orthopedists, and the radiologists have had great difficulty in interpreting bone and joint disease as portrayed on the roentgenogram. With experience it is...
This book was written to provide practicing physicians with a ready reference for treating patients who have been poisoned. The subjects considered include supplies and apparatus, emetics and gastric lavage, poisonings in children, collections and preservation of samples for analysis,...
The subject of this report is a patient who showed the phenomenon of contraction of the left leaf of the diaphragm synchronous with systolic movement of the heart. This is the fourth such case to be recorded in the medical literature. The presence of vigorous abdominal pulsations in each of...
Urinary tract infections are second in frequency only to infectious processes of the upper respiratory tract.1 Because of their frequency they are often dismissed as minor problems and may be treated in a rather haphazard manner, but this attitude may lead to serious difficulty and aid...
I have encountered only one serious hemorrhage following needle biopsy in over 600 such biopsies of the liver and other organs or tumor masses. In this case, the patient's prognosis was hopeless in any event. However, the experience suggests the advisability of listing uremia among the...
Scant attention has been paid to lesions and abnormalities of the xiphoid cartilage causing gastrointestinal symptoms. This is probably so because the xiphoid is seldom injured, and congenital or developmental abnormalities are seldom noted or looked for. The xiphoid process, the inferior...
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