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In an editorial published under this title in the Nov 9 issue (Vol 186, p 592), the third sentence reads, "These common pathogens may assume a variety of clinical disguises, such as lupus simplex, erythema nodosum, tuberculosis, or pharyngitis." Roger H. Brodkin, MD, writes that "The...
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There are two major errors in the article, "Alveolar Hydatid Disease," by La Fond and associates in the Oct 5 issue of The Journal (186:35): (1) The authors state that treatment of the disease is usually impossible. Contrary to this, alveolar hydatid...
THE ANEMIA seen in nontropical sprue is commonly associated with folic (pteroylglutamic) acid deficiency which seems to be due to unknown interferences with absorption of this vitamin. In nontropical sprue there is impaired absorption of orally-administered folic acid as measured by...
Sulfamethoxazole is a new sulfonamide resembling sulfisoxazole. However, its rate of absorption from the gastrointestinal tract and the urinary excretion of the unconjugated drug are slower and, as a result, sulfamethoxazole is retained longer in the blood. This allows use of a lower...
This volume represents the summarizing report of the "Mental Health Project for the Deaf" in New York State which was begun in 1955 by the Department of Medical Genetics of the New York State Psychiatric Institute. The book is divided into four sections: (1) the protocol and findings of...
Colloidal zirconyl phosphate P 32, used as a preferred initial and long-term therapy, has given prolonged survival in 179 patients with chronic leukemia and lymphoma. A median survival time of 93.6 months from apparent onset of disease was obtained in 97 patients with chronic lymphocytic...
This is really two books in one. Part I with 262 pages is a lucid account of the more common problems of psychiatry, with emphasis on the etiological role of disturbed growth and development. The frame of reference is largely Freudian, although the authors have not hesitated to add from...
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