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This is a preliminary report on ammonium alum as a substitute for the tannic acid formerly used in barium sulfate enemas to promote colon contraction and barium coating of the colon mucosa. The "mucosal pattern" thus produced on postevacuation films is useful in tumor diagnosis because a...
THE UNIVERSAL USE of polyethylene catheters for prolonged intravenous fluid therapy prompts me to report this unusual and fatal complication. In 1954, Turner and Sommers1 reported the first case of a polyethylene catheter which had become lodged in the right atrium after it had escaped...
Initial clinical studies indicate that a new approach to vena cava ligation and use of heparin in patients with pulmonary embolic disease may prevent recurrent, often fatal embolization and chronic hypertension.
In the past, femoral vein ligation, and the apparently more...
To the Editor:—
I am one physician who requests that all his prescriptions be labeled. Perhaps, since I deal with children, I feel that the parents have the right to know what medication they are giving and, when they call me at night, it is much more helpful for...
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