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Erythema nodosum was the primary complaint in two children (a girl aged 2 and a boy aged 2 3/4 years) and was found secondarily in connection with other problems in two other children (a girl aged 6 1/2 and a boy aged 7 1/2 years). In all four cases the skin tests for tuberculosis gave...
To the Editor:—
In the article "Impaction of Food Bolus in the Esophagus" in The Journal, April 23, page 1922, reference is made to the use of digestant agents for the treatment of food boli impacted in the esophagus. I would like to point out that the use of such...
Although there has been mention in the literature of the past 30 years of long-term survival of patients with renal cell carcinoma, case reports of patients who have survived for 20 years with this disease are rare.1 In a study by Deming,2 it was found that 19.5% of patients with cases of proved...
The author has followed Dr. Carter's methods of presentation, giving the new enlarged and improved edition the unique features of the previous volumes, but she has rearranged the old and added new material. The illustrations are refreshing, practical, and instructive and include...
Proper management of the patient with chronic renal failure entails a knowledge of how the normal kidney does its work, common kidney function tests and their differential value, chemical abnormalities in chronic renal failure, and chemical derangements in various types of renal disease....
The antigenicity and safety of modified live virus measles vaccine was studied in monkeys and in two children. None of the monkeys inoculated orally, intramuscularly, or intercerebrally showed signs of disease, and all produced antibodies. Two children inoculated with the vaccine had a...
The nutritional approach to the treatment of atherosclerosis was tested in 100 patients with proved coronary atherosclerosis. Fifty patients were treated with a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet. The other 50 patients were not given any specific treatment and acted as controls. By the end of...
This is believed to be the first reported case of ruptured peptic ulcer resulting from triamcinolone (Aristocort) therapy.
A 76-year-old man was brought to the office of one of us (M. P. L.) on Nov. 10, 1958, with a severe case of pemphigus vulgaris of five weeks' duration. Bullae involved 80%...
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