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Sulfamethoxypyridazine (Kynex) has recently been introduced as a new antibacterial sulfonamide with good gastrointestinal absorption and prolonged action. It has been proposed for use both as a prophylactic agent and for the therapy of subacute or chronic infections where sulfonamides have...
Aberrant thyroid tissue is most commonly found in the thorax.1 Many case reports have been published about aberrant thyroid tissue, whereas reports of complete intrathoracic goiters without visible cervical connections are rare. Many of the so-called complete intrathoracic goiters will be found...
To the Editor:—
In view of the possible encouragement to practitioners to administer estrogens to tall peripubescent girls, there are some pertinent points in the interesting article of Dr. S. Charles Freed in The Journal, March 15, 1958, page 1322, wherein he...
THE U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, through the National Office of Vital Statistics of the Public Health Service, has issued a study of births and neonatal deaths by birth weight.1 The data cover the period 1952-1954, and all but one of the states are represented....
This new edition of a well-known book should be of great value to the student of coagulation, featuring as it does the coagulation disorders. One hundred ninety-four pages are taken up with the theories of blood coagulation and various blood clotting factors. There is an excellent...
This book consists of a collection of papers presented at the University of Kansas Medical School during a two-day symposium in February, 1956. Several additional papers on the history and metabolic fate of digitalis are also included. Since digitalis is currently the most frequently...
The final lecture in the eighth annual North Shore Hospital lecture series on Emotional Problems of Childhood will be held June 4, 8 p. m., on "Management of the Emotional Problems of the Physically Handicapped...
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