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• Chronic inflammatory disease in the middle ear sometimes leads to retraction and perforation of the pars flaccida of the tympanum. These attic perforations, marginal in location, are more difficult to remedy than perforations of the pars tensa. The latter are characteristic of acute...
Histaminic cephalalgia is a distinct clinical entity that usually begins in the later decades of life.1 It is characterized by a unilateral headache of short duration generally lasting less than an hour; it commences and often terminates suddenly. It tends to awaken the patient at night...
• The anatomy and etiology of torticollis were studied in 37 cases. Proper roentgen examination is essential; necessary views are lateral stereograms of the cervical vertebrae, with anteroposterior openmouth views to identify the odontoid process and to show the symphysis of the mandible...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal, Nov. 19, 1955, page 1214, the editorial "Medical Students as Scientific Discoverers" omitted several observers included in Victor Robinson's foreword to "Musical Sons of Aesculapius," by Dr. Willard Marmelszadt (New York, Froben Press,...
• Subacute bacterial endocarditis, which formerly was almost always fatal, can now be healed by antibiotics in many cases. Permanent recovery can be expected in 65 to 70% of the treated patients. This is illustrated in the present report on 17 patients in whom the diagnosis had been...
New therapeutic agents invariably introduce new hazards. The intravenous use of radiogold (Au198) is no exception. The intravenous administration of Au198 was the logical outcome of attempts to get the most effective doses of radioactivity to the reticuloendothelial organs, especially the liver...
To the Editor:—
In the Correspondence section of The Journal, Nov. 26, 1955, is a letter by Dr. J. W. Spelman, from the office of the Vermont state pathologist, wherein he comments on my article that appeared in the Aug. 27, 1955, issue. He points out that in the...
Of all the types of spontaneous fistulas reported, the cholecystogastric is one of the most infrequent. The case herein presented is one in which the presence of a gallstone in the stomach was diagnosed preoperatively by radiological examination. A review of the literature indicates the most...
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