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Diabetic renal complications of the intercapillary glomerulosclerosis (Wilson-Kimmelstiel) type are commonly seen at a stage where neither control of sugar or salt, drugs, or other known treatments avail to stop the progression to fatal uremia. The...
• Deaths from the complications of otolaryngological infections declined sharply after the advent of sulfonamides and antibiotics. The practice of the otolaryngologist has changed accordingly, and most patients now need good differential diagnosis, instruction in hygiene, psychotherapy,...
• Patients receiving sulfadiazine for acute streptococcic pharyngitis were compared with patients receiving other therapy for the same condition. The sulfadiazine reduced the incidence of complications during the acute phase. After the first week, however, the incidence of suppurative...
• The administration of a standard course of testosterone in a series of subfertile male patients resulted, as a rule, in the disappearance of spermatozoa from the semen after 12 weeks. After termination of this treatment, spermatozoa reappeared in two or three months. While in some...
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During transurethral surgery performed under thiopental (Pentothal) sodium-nitrous oxide-curare anesthesia, the anesthesiologist noticed a sparking sound accompanying each electrical manipulation, the smell of burning rubber, and the appearance of...
Much of the energy of practicing clinicians is focused on the problem of curing disease; less attention is directed to the problem of relieving distress. This book, which is offered as a practical guide for the relief of symptoms, is the culmination of the author's philosophy that to...
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