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The autopsies of two automobile drivers and five pedestrians injured in traffic accidents revealed lesions in various parts of the central visual pathways which must have produced visual defects prior to the accidents. The manner in which the accidents took place suggested that the...
The diagnosis of splenic rupture with subcapsular hematoma is difficult, and there are few reliable diagnostic aids. This report documents the value of spleen scan in a patient whose injury was sustained six days previously.
In patients with severe burns joint function may be compromised by para-articular ossification, septic arthritis, dislocation, or soft-tissue contracture. Ectopic bone forming as a sequel to burns, once excised, does not tend to recur. Septic arthritis may be dealt with as in patients...
A Practical Guide to the Care of the Injured, by P. S. London, 777 pp, with illus, $21.75, Edinburgh and London: E. & S. Livingstone Ltd. (Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co.), 1968.
Three editors have skillfully led a superb team from the Johns Hopkins Hospital staff in assembling...
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Fatal complications of tetracycline intravenously administered have been reported several times in pregnant women,1-3 but it is less generally appreciated that the same effects may be induced in the absence of pregnancy. Peters et al4 have recently...
Three patients had scleroderma of the gastrointestinal tract manifested by chronic partial small bowel obstruction and pneumatosis cystoides intestinalis. In two of them rupture of cysts caused pneumoperitoneum. Melabsorption of fat, vitamin B12, and xylose led to rapid wasting. Massive...
This is an attempt at a compendium for which many people have felt a need. Malformations are indexed mainly according to organ system primarily involved; a section at the end provides systematized information organized according to etiology: infectious agents (cytomegalic inclusion...
The acquisition of a modern Gobelin tapestry (see cover picture) by the University of British Columbia has caused some excitement among members of our profession addicted to history. One of Canada's best-known philanthropists, P. A. Woodward, the prime mover in the Health Science Centre...
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Pentazocine lactate (Talwin Injectable) can produce respiratory depression when given in large doses or when given to susceptible patients. Naloxone hydrochloride (Narcan) is an antagonist for pentazocine, as well as narcotic analgesics....
O Schmiedeberg, successful reformer of experimental pharmacology, was born in Kurland, Germany, the son of a forester. Schmiedeberg spent his youth in Dorpat where he attended the Gymnasium. He received his medical training from the University faculty, which included as members K....
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