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A 65-year-old white man had hyperparathyroidism associated with an oxyphil adenoma. Review of the literature reveals this cell type to be a rare cause of parathyroid hyperactivity. Oxyphil cells have been considered inactive, or involutional forms. Electron microscopic examination of...
RELAPSING, nodular, nonsuppurative panniculitis is rare and of unknown etiology. It is characterized by fever (87% of cases)1 and spontaneous appearance of subcutaneous nodules on the extremities or trunk. The following have been suggested as possible causes of subcutaneous, nodular...
HEPATIC COMA, when associated with acute viral hepatitis, has a high mortality rate,1 and the usual methods of therapy2 are helpful only when the coma is due to some exogenous factor such as gastrointestinal hemorrhage which precipitates decompensation of the injured liver. Any...
To the Editor:—
I must disagree with John L. Caughey (198:1105, 1966) that the "only... major deterrent to this ample supply situation [of medical students] is Money." AMA-ERF, state, federal, and local loan programs have recently made it possible for the medical...
Something new has been added. This slender volume is neither an atlas nor a textbook but a richly illustrated survey of medical ophthalmology. It presents more than 270 color prints in its 64 pages and spans the whole of ophthalmic manifestations of systemic disease, from albinism to...
Sponsored by the Department of Defense and handsomely gotten out by the Government Printing Office, the first volume is now available. For almost a quarter-century, its author, a physician, has been preparing the work, initially to be limited to fishes, but now devoted to all marine...
This volume contains the edited proceedings of a seminar on the serum electrolytes in clinical medicine, held under the auspices of the Association of Clinical Scientists. The work of 51 contributors is divided into sections on analytical methods, physiological aspects, and clinical...
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