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Accepting the theory of metabolic - similarity between obesity and diabetes, investigators at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore are attempting to discover why diabetes occurs in some obese individuals but not in others.
Dr. David Rabinowitz said the current investigation is...
THE VARIABLE NATURAL course of Boeck's sarcoid involving the lungs has made prognosis in general—and the value of corticosteroid therapy in particular—difficult to define.1-5 As a result, despite the extensive use of corticosteroids for "pulmonary" sarcoidosis, the extent to which such...
Analysis of accounts in newspapers revealed that, in Norway, victims of asphyxiation treated by mouth-to-mouth inflation were mostly children and young people. The mortality rate was the same whether submersion had occurred in fresh or sea water. Close questioning of 40 successful...
To the Editor:—
Anent the editorial, "et al, The New Fraternity" in the May 11 issue of The Journal (184:497), perhaps a further deterrent to the obnoxious practice of extreme multiple authorship will be offered if the medical profession is made aware of the new...
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A case of diastematomyelia is presented because of its rarity and confusion with poliomyelitis. Diastematomyelia is a congenital anomaly in which the distal part of the spinal cord is divided into two parts.1 An early diagnosis leads to correction by...
The use of urea-induced diuresis and alkalization of the urine is described for the treatment of severe barbiturate intoxication with compounds of slow spontaneous elimination. These patients represented only a small percentage of the total number with acute barbiturate intoxication...
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