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MUCOCUTANEOUS DISEASES, such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome and Behcet's syndrome, have been attributed to a variety of inciting factors1,2 including drug allergies, infectious agents, and foods. The most prevalent view has been that some form of hypersensitivity results in the typical...
Abstract OVER 50 million people have been treated with the phenothiazine drugs.1 Among the toxic side effects to phenothiazines which have now been described are colestatic jaundice, dermatitis, extrapyramidal reactions, and granulocytic suppression. Agranulocytosis, first reported in 1954,2 is...
These charming essays ( The Midwife and the Witch, by T. R. Forbes [Yale University Press, 1966], $6.50) are held together by some common threads—they all have to do with aspects of obstetrics, conception, pregnancy, or sex, and they all deal with folklore, customs, and superstitions....
The author is writing for the interested layman as well as the specialist, presenting the current status of experimental research on psychological aspects of sleep. Several recently published popular accounts of sleep research have emphasized the physiological work. It is a little...
'I am a physician, and nothing that concerns man do I consider foreign to me." This slight modification of the well known quotation by Terence expresses a definite philosophy of medicine. The true physician concerns himself with not merely the technical aspects of medicine but with the...
In May 1966 an international symposium on Leonardo da Vinci was held at the University of California, Los Angeles, in which nine major authorities from five different nations presented lectures on some of the widely diverse facets of Leonardo's extraordinary life and activities. The...
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