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The possibility that the concentration of pepsinogen in the blood serum might be correlated with other measurable structural or functional characteristics was investigated in 2,262 men selected randomly at a large army induction center. Pepsinogen values were expressed as micrograms of...
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
Conference Urges More Poliomyelitis Vaccinations
In order to review the nation's experience with poliomyelitis during 1958 and to map out ways of promoting more vaccinations before next summer, Dr. Leroy Burney, surgeon...
The occupational status of 43 men and 3 women with heart disease was studied with reference to the rehabilitative needs and potentialities of farmers. All were employed in agriculture, some with and others without changes or restrictions in their work. The most frequent diagnosis was...
This magnificently printed, beautifully illustrated volume may be considered a companion to the previously published four-volume "Roentgen Diagnostics," by Schinz and co-workers. It is made up of a series of concise articles and monographs that thoroughly cover the progress in diagnostic...
To the Editor:—
For at least 30 years methylene blue has been used by neurosurgeons as a dye to color the cerebrospinal fluid. In most instances the dye has been injected into hydrocephalic ventricles in the effort to demonstrate the presence or absence of a block...
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