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This book is a collaborative effort by contributors from the various specialty fields who deal with dizzy patients. An attempt is made to survey and classify our present knowledge of the vestibular system from the viewpoints of otolaryngology, neurosurgery, neurology, internal medicine,...
To the Editor:—
This letter concerns the paper by Kauffman and Lubera entitled "Preoperative Use of Atropine and Electrocardiographic Changes" (200:197, 1967).
It should be pointed out that the electrocardiographic evidence in support of their conclusions...
The existence of a health manpower shortage was perceived initially as a faint echo. It did not create a din to galvanize medical educators, already preoccupied with lack of institutional funds and adequate facilities, and with problems in the recruitment of talented teachers; nor was...
Since Heberden's classic description of angina pectoris in 1768, a satisfactory treatment has been sought. Nitroglycerin, which is the standard treatment, may have unpleasant side effects due to vasodilatation, and its duration of action is relatively short. From the rapid turnover of a...
Two cases of regional enteritis occurred in which a blood smear contained atypical lymphocytes and an increased number of monocytes. Similar blood smears were found in reviewing hospital cases of regional enteritis.
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David R. Rubin MD, (201:143, 1967) described some of the effects, techniques of use, and lack of legal control of two hallucinogenic substances, dimethyltryptamine (DMT) and diethyltryptamine (DET).
Some comments are in order. On May 27,...
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