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This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract Map Health Proposals. —HEW Secretary Anthony Celebrezze said that President Kennedy proposed several suggested changes in the HEW program for 1963....
PHS Urged by AMA to Lead Battle for Cleaner Air
In a telegram to Surgeon General Luther L. Terry at the National Conference on Air Pollution in Washington, D. C., AMA Executive Vice-President Dr. F. J. L. Blasingame urged the U.S. Public Health Service to provide leadership in fighting air...
—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...
—In the statement of normal chronaxy findings in the Clinical Note by LaFratta and Porterfield (An Unusual Case of Muscular Dystrophy, JAMA 182:1125 [Dec 15] 1962) the abbreviation "ms" was incorrectly spelled out as "meter per second" rather than "milliseconds."
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—Dr. Charles N. Pease informs us that the word "avitaminosis" should have been "hypervitaminosis" in the next-to-last sentence of the "Comment" section of his manuscript on Focal Retardation and Arrestment of Growth of Bones Due to Vitamin A Intoxication (JAMA182:985 [Dec 8] 1962).
Thirty-six patients with persistent cardiomegaly of indeterminable origin were studied to observe the effects of prolonged bed rest on heart size. All patients previously had exhibited little or no response to conventional treatment. Treatment consisted in the institution of prolonged bed rest...
The condition diagnosed as porphyria cutanea tarda in adults began with bullous lesions which progressed to ulceration and generally healed, leaving pigmented scars characterized by the presence of microcysts. In children, the initial lesions resembled comedones and milia. In severe cases the...
Hypertension produced by experimental renal artery constriction in dogs can be corrected by decreasing renal mass by partial nephrectomy. Application of a restricting, but not constricting, clamp to a renal artery of a dog results in hypertension only after contralateral nephrectomy. It is...
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