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HE adrenogenital syndrome due to congenital adrenocortical hyperplasia is another example of an inborn error of metabolism in man, which has enjoyed closer scrutiny and etiological clarification in recent years. This condition is hereditary and behaves as a Mendelian recessive...
Infectious mononucleosis is a common disease occurring mostly in the younger age groups. The disorder is well known for its protean manifestations. This report describes a complication, orchitis, which to our knowledge has not been previously reported.
Report of a Case
A 29-year-old man was...
Eighteen patients were treated for hyperadrenocorticism during its early stages by total adrenalectomy. In 14 of the patients the most significant problem before operation was cardiovascular deterioration; 9 of them had hypertension and 5 had congestive heart failure. The other four...
A physician is usually an intelligent and highly trained person. He is more than a brain. The task of the medical educator is not to insert an arbitrary collection of medical courses into a selection of brains; it is to educate each student. Osler says that the hardest part of the task...
Medical Aspects of Space Operations.—
A group of medical officers from the Army, Navy, and Air Force were given an intensive two-week course in space medicine at the Air Force Missile Test Center. Col. George M. Knauf was...
A psychophysiological test was developed to detect a specific behavior pattern previously found to be associated with a high incidence of clinical coronary artery disease. This test consisted of the polygraph recording of various physiological reactions of subjects listening to a...
Electroencephalographic findings in 101 patients with muscular dystrophy and related myopathies are reported. Abnormal electroencephalograms were found in a total of 39 patients; 45 % of 62 patients with pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy, 18 % of 22 with amyotonia congenita, 37% of 8...
Light energy is transformed into sight energy largely by complex enzymatic reactions primarily involving the retinal receptors, a group of bio-chemicals, and a complex coding mechanism in the visual pathways and centers. Three dimensional light waves ranging from about 550 to 750 μ in...
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