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There are two oriental scientists whose names appear repeatedly in medical contributions in America in the first quarter of the 20th century. H. Wu, collaborating biochemist with Otto Folin, was content to be the junior member in the description of the Folin-Wu procedures. Hideyo Noguchi, on the...
COLISTIN, a polypeptide antibiotic closely related to polymyxin B, has been in use in the United States for approximately three years. Despite the accumulation of considerable clinical experience with this agent, it is still subject to a good deal of controversy. Three topics are at issue: (1)...
In cases of myasthenia gravis, crisis can result either from increase in severity of the disease (myasthenic crisis) or from overtreatment with anticholinesterase drugs (cholinergic crisis). The patient is in imminent danger of death because of inability to breathe. Since 1958, the authors have...
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—To any undiscerning Dr. Homer, the clinical note by Dr. Paul Spear, "The Use of Aminopyrine to Control Fever in Hodgkin's Disease" (JAMA 180:970 [June 16] 1962) might appear to be the therapeutic plum in a somewhat prolegomenous pie. However, before Dr. Horner swallows this...
—Figures for enrollment and number of degrees awarded for two Tennessee medical schools (University of Tennessee, marginal number 74, and Meharry Medical College, marginal number 75) were transposed in Appendix Table 4 (Graduate Programs in the Basic Medical Sciences) of the Nov 17 Medical...
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