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LIGHTLY more than 200 cases of paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) have been reported; yet numerous articles have appeared concerning the pathogenesis of this disease. Although the basic abnormality in PNH resides in the red blood cells, hemolysis in PNH depends on a complex...
In the pristine days of recorded medical history the exiguous references to surgical anatomy in life or dissection in death lead one to a homely conclusion. The fabric of the human body was unknown. The lack of satisfactory anesthesia prohibited extensive surgery and the potential...
The ingestion of fruits is known to cause urticaria, diarrhea, angioneurotic edema, palatal itching, migraine, allergic rhinitis, asthma, and rarely, purpura. A search through the literature failed to reveal any previously observed case of anaphylactoid shock due to ingestion of an orange. Our...
Interest in pyelonephritis and its consequences1 appears to have been increasing in recent years. Although fundamental contributions to our knowledge of this disorder were made in previous decades, the recent quantitative investigations of the normal and pathogenic bacteriology of the...
This book is a welcome addition to the subject of human nutrition. The authors are authorities whose backgrounds provide the broad prospective represented by the subjects included in the book. The volume is divided into six parts dealing with physiology, food, primary nutritional...
STATEMENT OF THE A. M. A. TO THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND SAFETY, COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
H. R. 5260, FEDERAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES LABELING ACT MARCH 14, 1960
Mr. Chairman and members of the...
The disability caused by ventricular aneurysms and the possibility of repairing them by surgical excision are illustrated in these case histories of three patients. Two were men, aged 44 and 56 years, and one was a woman aged 55 years. The operations consisted of open cardiotomy with...
Various dietary schemes intended to reduce high serum cholesterol levels to normal have met with various degrees of success. In this study of 51 patients with elevated serum cholesterol levels, comparisons of serum lipid values were made with data from 106 normal subjects, and the...
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
Aerospace Medical Association Meeting.—
Retirement point credits may be earned by reserve medical corps officers who attend the 31st annual meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association at the Americana Hotel, Miami...
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