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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 Regional ileitis is a low-grade granulomatous disease of the small bowel, usually involving 8 to 16 inches of the terminal loop of the ileum, just...
Brig. Gen. Sam Seeley, chief, professional division, surgeon general's office, delivered an address before newly commissioned physicians and nurses who completed a military orientation course at Brooke Army...
A usable and effective way of managing acutely disturbed patients in an admissions ward is described. It consisted in developing a therapeutic community in which it was the role of the patient not to be sick, but to function as near to the norms of society as possible. The control of...
During 12 controlled experiments 87 untrained rescuers performed the mouth-to-airway method on anesthetized and curarized adults. Volumes of tidal air greater than 1,500 ml. could be moved by the mouth-to-airway method in all "victims." The mouth-to-airway method, as well as the mouth-to...
Norethindrone (norethisterone), 17-α-ethinyl-19-nortestosterone, is an orally given progestational compound that has been reported to be approximately 2 to 20 times as active in the human female as ethisterone (anhydrohydroxyprogesterone).1 Like other progestational substances, norethindrone...
Azapetine Phosphate.—6-Allyl-6,7-dihydro-5H-dibenz[c,e]azepine phosphate.—The structural formula of azapetine phosphate may be represented as follows:
Actions and Uses.—
Azapetine phosphate is a potent adrenergic blocking agent with actions and uses similar to those of tolazoline...
The symptoms of pheochromocytoma (hyperadrenalinism) and insulinoma (hyperinsulinism) may be very similar. With both afflictions, patients often display alarming episodes of anxiety, palpitation, tremulousness, faintness, and sweating.1 Hypertension occurs in pheochromocytoma but may also be...
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