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The possibility of using surgical decompression of the ductal system of the liver for relief of chronic jaundice resulting from subacute and acute hepatitis, usually due to a virus infection, first suggested itself to us many years ago when we were doing surgery in cases of congenital...
It has become well established during recent years that Coxsackie group A viruses are the cause of herpangina and that group B strains are the etiological agents in epidemic pleurodynia (Bornholm disease).1 The relationship of Coxsackie viruses to infections of the central nervous system...
With the advent of chemotherapeutic and antibiotic agents, there has been a great decrease in mortality and morbidity resulting from infections involving the meninges. With early diagnosis and treatment, it has become possible to cure almost all patients with the more commonly occurring...
The manifold phenomena of hypnosis are being intensely studied today by physicians, surgeons, dentists and clinical psychologists to build a new science from the foundation of an ancient art. With psychoanalysis and psychosomatic medicine still meeting with some resistance by the medical...
Present Methods of Resuscitation
It has been written, "One of the serious indictments of modern specialized medicine is the lack of knowledge of many doctors of how to perform effective artificial respiration in emergency situations. For example, is it not true that...
The oldest society organized for physicians interested in anesthesiology in this country traces back to a group founded by Dr. A. F. Erdmann. He invited these physicians to a meeting at the Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn, N. Y., on Oct. 6, 1905. Eight physicians responded that...
Studies of total circulating hemoglobin and protein1 suggest that a similar quantitation of plasma sodium might be helpful in patients with sodium imbalances. This is a preliminary report of plasma volume and serum sodium determined simultaneously in patients with clinical evidence of...
Since Feb. 27, 1940, a total of 503 mentally ill patients have undergone prefrontal leukotomy at the Rochester (Minn.) State Hospital. The open method of Lyerly1 has been used exclusively. The early operations were graded 4 on the scale devised by Love.2 As much as possible of the white...
EVALUATION OF A RAPID SERUM AMYLASE TEST
Michel Gilbert, M.D., Rochester, N. Y.
The purpose of this paper is to report our experience at the Strong Memorial Hospital with the rapid serum amylase test described by Fishman and Doubilet.1...
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