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Somehow within the framework of our own particular folklore, the three Princes of Serendip are presented as practitioners of fortuitous misdirection. They have become the fellows who set out to look for a new refrigerant and wound up making a fortune from a new rocket propellant after...
In the original contribution by Calvin Woodruff, MD, titled, "Nutritional Aspects of Metabolism of Growth and Development" (196: 214-218 [April 18] 1966), Figure 2 (p 215) and Figure 5 (p 217) are transposed. The legends for these figures, however, are not transposed.
Doxapram hydrochloride, an analeptic that is similar in its action to other nonspecific central-nervous-system stimulants, occasionally may be useful in the management of apneic patients during the immediate post-operative period. Doxapram may cause untoward effects due to generalized...
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Our first reaction on reading "Anterior Communicating Aneurysms: A Rebuttal" (195: 115, 1966) was that had Drs. Pool and Colton been in law and not medicine, no reply would be necessary. One cannot rebut the evidence of a careful analysis of a...
Althoughre is still much to be learned about L the relations of hearing loss to noise exposure, we have accumulated enough information through experience and research to enable us to organize and conduct hearing conservation programs. This basic information is, in brief:
LEIOMYOSARCOMAS of the duodenum are rare lesions, only 63 cases having been previously reported. The preoperative diagnosis of this neoplasm is particularly difficult and is often made by exclusion.1,2 A 71-year-old woman who presented with signs and symptoms of acute peritonitis was...
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Jabbour et al and Winograd (194:1245, 1247, 1965), report cases of fatal encephalopathy in children, with degenerative changes in liver and kidneys, similar in character, and resembling others reported in recent years from Australia.
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