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The House Commerce Committee unanimously approved a Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke Bill after adopting a number of amendments designed to make it less objectionable to the medical profession.
The changes will make it necessary for...
Emphysema has been defined as an anatomic alteration of lung tissue characterized by an abnormal enlargement of air space distal to the terminal nonrespiratory bronchiole, accompanied by degenerative changes of the alveolar walls.
This is the disease seen at autopsy. What...
To relieve spasticity, and to overcome a major hindrance to rehabilitation for some patients with strokes, cerebral palsy, and multiple sclerosis, three physicians in California are trying a new therapeutic approach—peripheral nerve blocks by phenol injection.
Clinical and experimental evidence supporting a new emphasis in the pharmacological treatment for shock is growing rapidly.
This was the evaluation of many participants in the sessions on shock at the recent American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics sessions...
Enteric-coated potassium chloride is responsible for a striking increase in ulcerative lesions of the small intestine. Pathologically these lesions are venous infarctions of varying severity; patients present with obstruction or signs of perforation, or both, and rarely with bleeding....
Abstract The etiologic role of potassium in the development of characteristically circumferential, stenosing ulcers of the small bowel has been previously inferred and is now established as fact. Precisely how the potassium effects ulcerogenesis is the subject of this communication. The...
Epidemiological histories from reported cases of viral hepatitis have been collected by state and local health departments and submitted to the Communicable Disease Center. This information provided data concerning 538 cases of transfusion-associated viral hepatitis during a one-year...
A cultural and serologic study of primary atypical pneumonia (PAP) was done prospectively in 239 randomly chosen recruit admissions to the US Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, III. Cold-agglutinin reactive sera were found in 172 patients, while evidence of Mycoplasma pneumoniae (Eaton agent)...
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