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The three commonest acute complications in diabetic patients are ketogenic acidosis, acute infection, and surgical or traumatic events. It will be shown in this paper that the underlying pathological physiology is the same regardless of which condition prevails. With this concept in...
During recent years extracts of Rauwolfia serpentina have been utilized freely in the treatment of hypertensive vascular disease and varied psychiatric illnesses. Initial preparations for clinical investigation were provided only in crude form; but a highly purified alkaloid, reserpine,...
The use of reserpine has become widespread, both for its tranquilizing effect in hypertension1 and its curiously unexplained action in schizophrenic reactions and other psychotic and psychoneurotic states.2 The fact that a yohimbine-like drug will act upon specific functions of the...
Beginning with the provocative report by Vakil1 in 1949, and especially since Wilkins and his associates2 introduced the drugs into the United States, preparations of Rauwolfia serpentina have been used with increasing frequency in the treatment of essential hypertension. In 1952 the...
There is general acknowledgment that patients with hypertensive heart disease, valvular heart disease, or noncyanotic congenital heart disease who are not in heart failure present little, if any, greater operative risk than patients without such abnormalities.1 There is a feeling,...
GOITER IN NEWBORN INFANT DUE TO MOTHER'S INGESTION OF PROPYLTHIOURACIL
Harold H. Aaron, M.D. Samuel J. Schneierson, M.D. and Edward Siegel, B.S., New York
It is customary to classify congenital goiter into two groups: that occurring in endemic goiter...
During 1954, 452,049 persons traveled outside the United States, not counting the thousands who daily cross the Canadian or Mexican borders. The International Certificates of Vaccination form that physicians are called on to complete whenever a person is vaccinated for international...
The policies of the American Medical Association are determined by the House of Delegates. Twice a year it meets and considers the reports and resolutions introduced by members of the House, Board of Trustees, special committees, and standing committees. There is no body more influential...
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