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Dumont and Mulholland1 2 in 1962 were the first to describe gross contamination of the thoracic-duct lymph with blood in man. They made the observation in 20 patients with Laennec's cirrhosis and postulated that this phenomenon resulted from an increased hepatic sinusoidal pressure. In...
A computer-controlled artificial patient that can breathe, cough, vomit, and otherwise react to some therapy is being developed at the University of Southern California.
Primarily, the life-size torso manikin will be used as a teaching device to simulate responses to drug...
Physicians, humanists, and behavioral scientists everywhere will welcome this distinguished contribution to the understanding of several phases of perplexing human behavior over a period of 4,000 years. As more materials, including works of art, become available for tracing the...
The diagnosis and management of spinal myelomeningocele is here treated with a thoroughness, familiarity with the literature, sympathy, and breadth of experience never before encountered in print. The author has crystallized his opinions with regard to terminology and offers useful...
This new textbook does not differ greatly from others on the same subject. It begins with anatomy and embryology, continues with physiology, functional disturbances, organic disorders, and tumors of the genitalia, and closes with chapters on urology related to gynecology and obstetrics,...
Thirty-three patients requiring prolonged drainage of the urinary bladder in 35 separate instances were treated with a constant bladder irrigation of a dilute solution of neomycin sulfate and polymyxin B sulfate. This system was highly effective in preventing the acquisition of...
The clinical efficacy of a pollen allergen intended to build antibodies in ragweed-sensitive persons currently is being mulled by computers in Buffalo, Baltimore, Iowa City, and elsewhere.
Physicians' evaluations of 29 subjects treated with "antigen E" at Johns Hopkins Hospital...
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