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In The Journal, Aug. 22, page 2131, Drs. Priest and Nixon refer to the editorial in the June 6 issue, page 678, on familial periodic disease, proposing for it the name "familial recurrent polyserositis." Our experience with this disease dates back to...
Treatment for the chronic alcoholic, after a prolonged bout of alcohol ingestion, must attempt to correct the effects of alcohol on the central nervous system and gastrointestinal tract, the possible damage to the liver, and any existing malnutrition. The patient is best managed in the...
The warning to "beware" or be "on the alert" will cause the thoughtful physician to slow his pace and possibly ponder the reason for the admonition. Should the unsuspecting physician be inattentive to the remonstrance, in some instances, it may cause him to contemplate seriously the...
A case of a patient with an endometrial sarcoma that was treated by radical pelvic surgery is of interest because of the manner in which acute loss of blood was managed.
A 43-year-old woman, gravida 3, para 3, was admitted to the New England Center Hospital because of pain and swelling in her...
In discussing the value of dermabrasion for the improvement of acne scars, there is a temptation, generally, either to endorse it or to condemn it without qualification. In the six years since Kurtin1 first reported on the method, it has been used on several thousand patients by a large number...
The index to volume 171 of The Journal will appear in the Jan. 9, 1960, issue. Those who wish extra copies of the index may receive them, without charge, on request to the Circulation and Records Department, American Medical Association, 535 N. Dearborn St., Chicago 10.
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