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Three patients suffered a subclavian arterial thrombosis as a complication of a mild cervical rib syndrome. All three patients had had only mild symptoms for several years preceding the thrombosis. The thrombosis occurred without premonitory increase in symptoms. Surgical intervention...
That venous thrombosis may mimic acute arterial thrombosis or embolism and produce major gangrene of an extremity has been suggested by Edwards1 and by Scupham.2 The latter quotes Pringle3 whose two cases, at pathological examination, showed post-traumatic venous thrombosis and patent arterial...
Dr. F. K. Mostofi has been appointed scientific director of the American Registry of Pathology of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, to succeed Dr. H. G. Grady, who resigned the post to become professor of pathology...
Numerous recent publications have attested the significance of elevations in the levels of ammonia in the circulating blood of patients with certain liver diseases.1 Stuporous phenomena have been observed when the ammonia-nitrogen level of blood has exceeded 200 meg. per 100 ml. The blood of a...
The specialist in public health must not be content to confine his interests to disease rate factors but must concern himself with the tremendous impact of an industrial environment on our entire population, almost half of which is employed. The techniques of studying environmental...
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