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Leukocyte granulation and alkaline phosphatase activity in leukocytes were studied in a group of patients with infantile amaurotic familial idiocy (Tay-Sachs disease) and a comparable group of control children. Statistically significant differences could not be demonstrated. The only...
Winter May Bring Flu Outbreaks Resulting From 'Drift' In Virus
A major outbreak of influenza, against which current vaccines will have little effect, is impending in the United States.
The outbreak threatens despite a prediction by the Public Health Service...
Of the many verbal morsels that titillate the taste of the medical writer, one of the juiciest is "parameter." It has the ring of fundamental science, not just biological or medical science. It imparts an air of erudition to a paper and, quite incidentally, to the author. Furthermore, it...
The book is a sequel to A Portfolio of Chest Radiographs, and both books attempt to fuse the clinical and radiologic approaches to chest disease.
An interesting collection of roentgenographic reproductions, organized by a British thoracic surgeon and a British radiographer, is...
Growth rates of 50 hypopituitary dwarfs averaged 0.25 cm/mo before and 0.65 cm/mo during initial treatment with human growth hormone (HGH). Studies by 11 groups of investigators showed growth rates on treatment decreased with time in at least one third of the patients and were slower or...
The supernatant plasma remaining after factor VIII cryoprecipitate preparation is a most useful product and should not be returned to the plasmapheresis donor or to the refrigerator as factor VIII-poor whole blood. Stable coagulation factors are well preserved for up to 35 weeks at...
This study was conducted to test for an increase in the incidence of leukemia in hyperthyroid patients treated by radioactive iodine131I as compared to the incidence in patients treated differently. Of 36,000 patients from 26 medical centers, approximately 22,000 were treated with131I...
Although several states in the western United L States are considered to be endemic for plague, human infections with Pasteurella pestis are infrequent in this country. Many American physicians, however, will practice in areas of the world where plague is not only endemic but frequently...
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