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Congress Quits; Keogh Law Change Approved—
Congress adjourned after the usual last-minute flurry of legislating. One of the final bills approved was a more favorable income tax treatment of retirement savings by the self-employed.
Four major changes in the...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract The long-term prophylactic use of anticoagulants in patients who have suffered a myocardial infarction does not, on the whole, appear to convey any...
Investigators at the La Rabida-University of Chicago Institute have developed extracts from the cell walls of group A streptococci which upon injection into humans elicit significant antibody titers without toxic side reactions.
This achievement by Eugene N. Fox, PhD; Albert...
An artificial membrane has replaced the corneal endothelium—focus of many failed keratoplasties—in a procedure devised by Boston surgeons.
The silicone rubber membrane has been implanted on 21 occasions with resultant clearing of fluid clouding the cornea, according to Claes H....
A new method for measuring aqueous humor formation rates and the effect of intravenous acetazolamide on this production, the developer of the technique believes, "could be important in understanding the physiology and pathology of glaucoma."
The investigator is W. Walter Oppelt,...
Herpes simplex can be a killer as well as a cold sore and fever blister problem, neurosurgeons meeting in San Juan, PR, were reminded.
Prompt diagnosis, extensive external decompression for brain swelling, and perhaps cautious clinical trial of idoxuridine, seem to be the key...
The villain in many an irritated eye viewed by today's ophthalmologist may be a "chemical geniein-a-can."
Careless use of the many products now contained in spray cans is causing the more frequent appearance of keratitis epitheliatis, a Johns Hopkins clinician told the American...
Despite origin of the vasculature in skin grafts has not been unequivocally established. Two possibilities remain: Either the graft's own vessels are used to reestablish circulation, or a new vascular supply is provided by capillary invasion from the host bed.
A group of...
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