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In the Nov. 1, 1958, issue of The Journal, pages 1224-1225, there is a clinical note entitled, "Arterial Thrombosis with Gangrene After Use of Promazine (Sparine) Hydrochloride," by Opinsky and others, in which I believe an inaccurate conclusion was...
The incidence of thromboembolic disease after operations is reported to be increasing. Review of the autopsy records of 196 postoperative deaths revealed that 60 were ascribed to thromboembolic disease and the remaining 136 to other causes. When the 196 cases were classified according to...
In the diagnosis of congenital cardiac defects, right to left shunts may be more difficult to detect and accurately localize than left to right shunts. A new procedure developed for detecting shunts consists of injecting a substance (131 -labeled sodium and methylglucamine diatrizoate)...
The basic treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease, except for the use of antibiotics, has undergone but little alteration since 1857, when Bernutz and Goupil first correctly described the pathology of the disease and gave recommendations for therapy.1 They suggested treatment by bed rest,...
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From 1950 to 1954, studies were made at the Chicago Medical School and at Mount Sinai and Cook County Hospitals (Luisada, Circulation 2:872-879 [Dec.] 1950; Luisada and others, ibid. 5:363-369 [March] 1952; Luisada, and Cardi, Circulation Res....
The clinical and laboratory responses to steroid therapy in four patients with sarcoidosis, hypercalcemia, and renal insufficiency are presented. The predominant complaints of these patients were anorexia, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pains simulating ulcer distress. The diagnosis of...
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