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Myasthenia Gravis Hormone-Based?
New evidence in guinea pigs suggests that increased amounts of a hormone released from the thymus contribute to human myasthenia gravis.
These increased levels of the substance, called thymin, cause both myopathic changes...
In pacing on demand, electric stimulation is coupled to the QRS complex and takes place only if ventricular contraction fails to occur within the preset time interval. Pacing is cancelled if the spontaneous heart rate exceeds the preset pacemaker rate. In demand pacing, the electrode...
The Family Health Care Project is an experimental attempt to answer the need for a health care system which will bridge the gap between patient needs and available but fragmented health resources. The health care team, which consists of physician, public health nurse, and health aide,...
The frequency of Australia antigen is high in patients with Down's syndrome in large institutions (27.7%) and is low in patients without this syndrome in the same institutions (3.2%). It is rare in patients with Down's syndrome in small institutions (1.5%) and absent in newborn patients...
In five cases of chronic discoid lupus erythematosus which began in childhood and lasted into adulthood no systemic disease was present, and long follow-up confirmed the cutaneous localization of the disease. This syndrome in children is comparable to the continuing, recurrent nature of...
Dr. Richard Miller, Senior Assistant Resident in Medicine, Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, and Assistant in Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine: A 32-year-old, Negro woman was admitted to the Jewish Hospital for the first time on Aug 4, 1967, because of a ten months' history...
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