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A study of 178 cases of sudden deafness of obscure origin led to the classification of 89 cases as having probably a vascular explanation. Of the 89 cases, 30% were in the 20-to-30-year age group; since less than 4% of all cases of angina pectoris fall within this group, these two...
FEDERAL MEDICAL LEGISLATION
First Session, 85th Congress
Congress was in session throughout the first eight months of the year, during which time 441 bills were introduced that were of enough interest to the medical profession to be...
To the Editor:—
InIn the July 6 issue of The Journal, page 1077, appeared an article entitled "Erroneous Blood Alcohol Findings at Autopsy: Avoidance by Proper Sampling Technique," by Henry W. Turkel and Houghton Gifford, which presents a careful study with...
Experience with 1,003 mentally ill patients over a three-year period confirmed earlier evaluations of tranquilizing and analeptic drugs. By controlling the overactivity and aggressiveness of some patients and inducing a new interest in life in others, these drugs made it possible...
This is a report of a symposium held in March, 1956. The eight parts deal with (1) the leukemic cell, its structure and antigenicity, (2) genetic and environmental factors in the transmission of leukemia, (3) radiation biology of leukocytes, (4) the leukemias and the malignant lymphomas,...
A review of studies relating to fetal oxygen levels during postmaturity seems to indicate that the oxygen demand of the fetus increases with intrauterine maturity. At the same time, animal tests show that blood coming from the uterine veins contains progressively less oxygen as pregnancy...
The purpose of this book is to crystallize presentday thought on the antepartum and postpartum care of the woman. In the preparation of the book, the author enlisted the aid of specialists in certain fields, including pelvic mensuration, the psychology of pregnancy, the toxemias, anemia,...
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