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PHS Prediction: Fewer Cases of Flu This Season
Little or no Asian (A2) influenza is expected in the United States during the coming fall and winter season, the Public Health Service predicts. A possible exception is the Pacific Coast.
Only scattered reports...
Fungus infection occurred in 12 steroid-treated patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. Candida albicans was the fungus most commonly isolated. Disseminated infection occurred in four patients, and fungus infection contributed to the death of eight. The clinical characteristics of...
Fifteen percent of the 1,026 drivers dying within 15 minutes of their single-vehicle accidents in California, 1963 through 1965, died of natural causes. Ninety-six percent were men with a mean age of 60 years. Ninety-four percent died of heart disease, primarily coronary artery disease....
The traffic accident and violation rates of Washington's 39,242 medically restricted drivers were compared with the accident and violation rates of all 1.6 million licensed Washington drivers. Statistically higher accident rates were reported for persons whose licenses are restricted as...
A new, practical method of clinical measurement of coronary blood flow (CBF) has proved its value with use on more than 1,000 patients. Demonstrated also is the relation of CBF to other cardiac dynamics and the comparative influence of some pharmacologic agents on CBF. This method of...
The case report is the archetypical medical article. Medical journalism began as the publication of scientists' letters. Only a moderate formalization was needed to convert a letter about an interesting patient into a communication having the usual pattern of introduction, report of...
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