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Health Bills Ahead.—
President Johnson has indicated health is the top priority item on his "great society" program.
Johnson declared that health legislation, including the controversial medicare program that Congress is approving this year, represents the...
Can man live and work beneath the sea?
The answer to that question, which could have major import in the fields of medicine, mining, agriculture, water control, drug production, and national defense, is beginning to take shape off the coast of southern California. The answer is a...
A special session of the American Medical Association House of Delegates will be held Oct 2 and 3 at the Palmer House in Chicago, said Milford O. Rouse, MD, Dallas, the Speaker of the House.
Dr. Rouse said the special session was called after the receipt of written requests for...
Emphysema can be defined only in morphologic terms, according to E. Osborne Coates, MD, Division of Pulmonary Diseases, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit.
The amount of actual destruction of lung tissue is the criterion. But emphysema is only one of three conditions which may produce...
In a study of 244 employed men, it has been found that rheumatoid arthritis is significantly associated with tuberculosis and peptic ulcer. These diseases are negatively associated with the coronary hypertension-obesity cluster.
The inherited association of congenital cardiovascular anomalies and malformations of the upper extremities is documented in a family with 18 affected members in three generations. The most common cardiac lesion was an atrial septal defect but more extensive and severe cardiovascular...
High-molecular-weight dextran and millipore filtration have been successfully utilized for isolation of cancer cells and large hematopoietic elements from blood. Circulating tumor cells were detected in peripheral blood from nine (3.5%) of 255 patients. Regional blood samples were...
The bipolar catheter pacemaker was used as a temporary measure in 58 patients with complete heart block. The external jugular veins were the preferred sites of passage, and a fluoroscopic image intensifier was almost a necessity. Complications were frequent including two deaths during...
The diagnosis of solvent poisoning or exposure can be rapidly established by breath analysis. The analytical methods employed specifically identify the solvent and are sufficiently sensitive to permit detection hours to weeks after exposure, depending upon the amount of solvent absorbed,...
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