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This communication reports a case of basal cell carcinoma (originating in the skin of the left flank) which penetrated the abdominal cavity, invaded the spleen, and caused death by sepsis and gastrointestinal hemorrhage....
RhO (D) immune globulin (RhoGAM) was administered to Rh negative women within 72 hours after they had given birth to Rh positive, ABO compatible infants to prevent Rh immunization. Two studies, differing only in the dose of anti-Rh immune globulin administered, have shown almost complete...
Most physicians who write medical history emphasize the scientific aspects and neglect the sociological interrelations. Mr. Kett, a professional historian and not a physician, attends particularly to the sociological and political aspects of medicine in the period before 1860. He is...
Menotropins (human menopausal gonadotropin) was used in the treatment of infertility in a group of 236 patients. Ovulation was frequently accomplished when this hormonal preparation was used in instances where prior use of clomiphene citrate alone had failed. Forty-two pregnancies...
Dr. William Clark, Junior Assistant Resident in Medicine, Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, and Assistant in Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine: The patient is a 68-year-old retired white woman who entered Jewish Hospital for the fourth time on June 27, 1967, with the chief...
Although William Gilbert has not been immortalized by any eponym in the physical sciences as have Volta, Faraday, Ampere, or Galvani, his epitaph describes him as "physician and the founder of the science of electricity." Gilbert's father, a prosperous burgess and recorder of Colchester,...
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Many forms of matter, including solids, liquids, and gases, have traveled through the circulation to become impacted as emboli at some more distant site. The most frequently encountered varieties include thrombi, fat, air, bacteria, and bone marrow,...
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