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WITHOUT TREATMENT, the malignant (accelerated) phase of hypertension is a rapidly progressive disease with a predictably fatal outcome; the median survival time is four to six months after the diagnosis has been made.1,2 Therapy has altered the prognosis for many of our patients, as demonstrated...
Hodgkin, one of the renowned physicians of Guy's Hospital, was born at Pentonville in 1798. His father, a grammarian and fashionable tutor to ladies of wealthy families of London, was largely responsible for the education of his children. Comparative philology greatly interested Thomas, as...
NUMEROUS SYNDROMES reflecting altered metabolism have been described in association with primary neoplastic disease.1 The following case tells of a patient in whom primary carcinoma of the liver was associated with polycythemia, hypercalcemia, and profound hypoglycemia. Although the polycythemia...
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