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Three women became ill within a few hours after eating a common meal of tuna fish, bread, salad dressing, and coffee. One died 13 hours after onset; another died five days after onset; the third woman, who ate very little, survived a brief mild illness. The clinical diagnosis was...
Americans not familiar with the British surgical literature of the past 15 years will find that this book puts forth concepts on the treatment of the infected hand which are new and practical. The basic principles, clearly stated, differ from older classical teachings mainly in that the...
The Marfan syndrome was found in a male descendant of Mordecai Lincoln II, great-great-grandfather of Abraham Lincoln. The common ancestry of the patient and the 16th president appears to establish genealogically that Lincoln's unusual morphological characteristics were manifestations of...
Scientific and empirical information exchanged at last month's Symposium on the Use of Anticoagulants, held in Miami Beach, dealt principally with these two questions: Should anticoagulant drugs be used in treating ischemic heart disease? How should a controlled study be administered to...
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