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To the Editor:—
In his recent article on the treatment of hypertension (J. A. M. A. 158:359-367 [June 4] 1955) Dr. Grimson has taken issue with me on two points: (1) the use of neostigmine to overcome constipation produced by the ganglion-blocking agent, and (2)...
The portal venous system has generally been considered inaccessible except at laparotomy. During investigations in man on the relationship of the spleen and the liver in the dynamic physiology of the circulating formed elements of the blood, it became desirable to obtain blood repeatedly...
In recent years agammaglobulinemia, more properly called reduced gammaglobulinemia or hypogammaglobulinemia, has been reported in children.1 This recently described entity is characterized by recurrent, severe bacterial infections, which are evidence of deficient antibody production...
To the Editor:—
In the Correspondence section of The Journal, June 18, 1955, page 587, Dr. John T. Pewters describes a case of aortic aneurysm with rupture into the esophagus and refers to a letter in The Journal, Dec. 26, 1953, page 1571, by Dr. Samuel Baer, who...
Thyroid enlargement in young children and infants has been seen in 10 cases received at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology within the last two years. Cobaltous chloride and ferrous sulfate had been given in 5 of the 10 cases. Two recent communications, one by Gross, Kriss, and...
Among the great numbers of severely disabled persons in our society, the plight of the person with chronic rheumatoid arthritis has been like that of no other. Beset by a chronically progressive process, he has suffered pain and crippling from a disease that has not had the mercy to kill...
Gross, Kriss, and Spaet,1 in 1954, reported that thyroid hyperplasia and goiter had developed in several children receiving an experimental cobaltous chloride preparation. Details of what appear to be the same cases have more recently been reported by Kriss and coworkers.2 Although...
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