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Abstract When treating allergy with corticotropin and the adrenal steroids, it is necessary to realize how little we know about them and the influence they have upon allergic disease. They seem to have no appreciable effect at the antigen-antibody level of activity. It is also necessary to...
Abstract The severely injured patient with extensive lacerations on the face should receive thorough general treatment before any specialized maneuvers are considered. The use of antibacterial drugs and more careful wound management prior to surgery have made it possible to carry out definitive...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract A. M. A. MENTAL HEALTH SESSION Psychiatry and its relation to industry, community hospitals, general practitioners, and voluntary health insurance plans...
Abstract There is usually a high incidence of injuries to the musculoskeletal system in the severely injured patient. These injuries to the musculoskeletal system should be protected temporarily by adequate pressure dressings, splinting, or traction until more definitive treatment can be...
Abstract The causes of delay in getting a patient to definitive surgery have been studied in 112 men undergoing radical prostatectomy for prostatic carcinoma. The interval was measured from the time when the diagnosis could have been made by the examining physician to the actual date of surgery....
Abstract Dizziness, a feeling of motion that persists when the patient and his surroundings are really stationary, can be caused by disorders of the proprioceptive system, the eye, or the ear. When the ear is involved, the etiology is either central or peripheral. A complete examination of the...
Abstract IN THE WAKE of the recent rapid increase in chemotherapeutic agents of all kinds has come a profusion of undesirable side-effects. Among the most distressing of these are peptic ulcer and gastric bleeding. Kirsner,1 in a well-documented study of this problem, calls attention to the...
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