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The relationship between obesity and several social factors was investigated among 1,660 adults representative of a residential area in midtown Manhattan. An inverse relationship previously described between obesity and parental socioeconomic status was also found between obesity and...
Testimony on Drug Patents.—
The Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association told Congress a proposal to give the federal government patent rights to drugs developed in whole or in part with government funds would destroy incentive in the industry and control the...
To the Editor:—
Reference is made to your question, "Can This Be True?" (JAMA 192:434 [May 3] 1965). This question related to a secondhand report that in an Indian village 400 miles from Rangoon a 3-year-old girl was pregnant and due to be delivered soon....
This first volume of a proposed series presents six concise, factual, and critical essays written by respected authorities on surgical subjects which are at the frontiers of clinical development. The breadth of the topics selected exceeds the interest of most individual surgeons, but...
NALIDIXIC ACID (NegGram) is an antibacterial agent used in the treatment of urinary-tract infections. Nalidixic acid (1-ethyl-7-methyl-1,8-naphthyridin-4-one-3-carboxylic acid) is not related to sulfonamides, antibiotics, or nitrofurans. It may be an effective agent against some of the...
DURING the past three winters, the Sun Valley Medical Department has tested modifications of an inflatable splint for the handling of skiing casualties. An average of 800 ski injuries are treated each winter at the Sun Valley Village Hospital. Of these accident victims, somewhat more...
UPPER gastrointestinal hemorrhage is always serious and its source can usually be determined by preoperative study or laparotomy; yet in some cases its precise localization eludes the most intensive investigation.
Recently a patient was treated for massive upper gastrointestinal...
ACTUAL FIGURES regarding the incidence of thyroiditis in patients seen in private practice are difficult to obtain. After having the disease, the author became convinced that many patients never seek professional aid owing to the mild nature of the symptoms. Even if the patient sees a...
Experience with a specific method of angiographic study of bladder carcinoma indicates that the method provides valuable information regarding the extent of neoplastic spread within the bladder wall and is therefore useful in planning treatment.
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