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This book by a clinical physiologist describes in graphic form the hemodynamic changes recorded in the various chambers of normal hearts as compared with hearts that are abnormal due to valvular disease or shunts. The data presented resulted from cardiac catheterization studies of...
In a five-year follow-up of men who had a myocardial infarction, 431 returned to some form of gainful employment in an average time of three months after their first infarction. In general, the onset of economic rehabilitation paralleled the functional cardiac status, but many patients...
Approximately 80 cases of exogenous hemosiderosis have been reported in the literature since 1948. This entity has been termed by various observers as iron overload, transfusional hemosiderosis, and secondary hemochromatosis.1 In a review of the literature on hemochromatosis and hemosiderosis we...
In 60 to 80% of all litigation today medical reports or medical testimony is required. The role of medical science and, hence, the role of the physician in the administration of justice are therefore assuming ever increasing importance. Medicine is not unaware of this situation. It...
Grant for Training of Researchers.—
The pathology department at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, Little Rock, has received a grant of $107,200 from the National Institutes of Health, to be used over the next five...
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