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AMA Urges Senate to Turn Down King-Anderson.—
American Medical Association witnesses went before the Senate Finance Committee Aug 13 to present the medical profession's views on proposals to amend the House-passed Social Security Amendments bill with a King-Anderson...
A variety of central nervous system (CNS) disorders may result from abnormal metabolism of vitamin B6, David B. Coursin, MD, director of research at St. Joseph's Hospital, Lancaster, Pa, told an international symposium on the role of vitamin B6 [ill]n nutrition and metabolism in New...
The autoimmune character of at least three experimental diseases (thyroiditis, allergic encephalomyelitis, and aspermatogenesis) "has been established beyond all reasonable doubt," but the precise role of autoantibodies found in sera of patients with pernicious anemia, myasthenia gravis,...
A group of 37 children born to diabetic mothers who were under proper management throughout pregnancy has exhibited normal growth patterns and weight development, Joseph Pierre Hoet, MD, reported to the fifth congress of the International Diabetes Federation.
Hoet, professor of...
Hypophysectomy in patients with. diabetic retinopathy does not appear to have a exacerbate effect on diabetic nephropathy, although clearance of inulin and p-aminohippuric acid are decreased, the fifth congress of the International Diabetes Federation was told.
Andre Gonda, MD,...
The cortisone-glucose tolerance test (CGTT) may enable investigators to detect diabetes in patients who exhibit neither overt symptoms of diabetes nor abnormal responses to the standard glucose tolerance test, two University of Michigan investigators have reported.
When diabetic retinopathy is clinically of slight or moderate degree, its presence and site, rather than its extent, determine the prognosis for vision, a study at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, England, indicates.
Results of the study were reported to the fifth congress of the...
Eighty medical society-sponsored libraries in the US range in size from small office collections to more than 350,000 bound volumes; book and journal budgets vary from "no guaranteed support" (donations) to $50,000 or $60,000, according to a recent survey by the Archive-Library...
Harry A. Towsley, MD, has been appointed president-elect of the American Academy of Pediatrics, succeeding the late Harold F. Flanagan, MD. Towsley will serve as president-elect and vice-president of the Academy until the Academy's annual meeting Oct 24-29...
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