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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 In a series of gem-like encapsulations, Drs. Marshall and Shepherd have succeeded in producing succinct though remarkably comprehensive coverage of...
Arare and disturbing new syndrome associated with general anesthesia has been identified by several authors. Christened "malignant hyperpyrexia,"1 "profound hyperthermia,"2 or "fulminant hyperthermia,"3 it consists of accelerating hypermetabolism and high fever appearing after the onset...
Not very long ago the pathologic examination of infants was relegated to the lowest man on the pathology totem pole. This may still happen occasionally, but it is now uncommon; an important reason for the change has been the appearance of monographs devoted to this subject, headed in...
Writing succinctly and often with humor, Dr. Ask-Upmark carries his readers so lucidly from the investigations of Stephen Hales through those of Goldblatt, Page, Conn, and others that this book is not laid aside. Chapters concerning the hemodynamics and pathological anatomy of...
To the Editor:—
Recently, Kolodny and Sherman described a case of "Hyperglycemic Nonketotic Coma in Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus" (203:461, 1968), which is the first such case to be reported. It was postulated that the syndrome developed in their patient...
Angiography and brain-scanning have not abolished pneumoencephalography; indeed, air studies, especially via the subarachnoid spaces, have become more numerous in the last decade. Gross deviations of the air-filled spaces are well known and relatively easily recognized, but the finer...
Intended as an abridged text for medical students, this primer introduces the reader to the diagnosis and management of skeletal injuries.
Opening with several background chapters, the authors define basic nomenclature and discuss fracture healing. Throughout this portion, they...
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I would like to take belated but nevertheless emphatic exception to a consultant's response in the QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS column (202:1157, 1967).
The first question asked:
"Should patients with uncomplicated primary myxedema be...
A respiratory syncytial (RS) virus strain grown in bovine embryonic kidney tissue culture at 34 C or at 28 C infected the majority of inoculated adult volunteers. An acute mild upper-respiratory tract illness developed in most infected individuals. Subsequent cultivation of the virus...
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