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I have some doubts that electroencephalographic tracings always tell the exact truth about the viability of the brain. It seems possible that portions of the recordings obtained after pupillary fixation are due to artifacts. The thought of spurious...
The Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System (MEDLARS), in operation at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), is a multipurpose system, a prime purpose being the production of Index Medicus and other recurring bibliographies.1 This two-year study concentrated on the evaluation...
If Hugh Hefner has not accepted this book for serialization in Playboy, he should look into the possibility. The publisher, in fact, may have had Playboy in mind when he placed at the top of each page a paired male ideogram ([unk]). Ideogrammatic humor is a staple of the Hefner journal....
The recent warning concerning oral contraceptive drugs sent by direct mail from the Food and Drug Administration to all physicians in the nation pointed to the small but definite risk of thromboembolism. This has caused many to reconsider the merits of alternative contraceptive measures....
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After reading the letter entitled "Hyperlipoproteinemia—A Difference of Opinion" (206:375, 1968), I should like to add support to the article of Fallon and Woods (204:1161, 1968). Perhaps the criticisms by Stanley Schor, PhD, were stimulating, but I...
Dr. John W. Sullivan, Junior Assistant Resident in Medicine, Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, and assistant in Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine: A 67-year-old white woman was admitted to the Jewish Hospital for the first time on July 30, 1968, because of shoulder and neck...
It seems a pity we have to spend so much time discussing and documenting not the scientific aspects of heart transplantation but the diverse problems related to it. However, a critical evaluation of these "happenings" can be most valuable, particularly in exposing for possible correction...
The brain scans of 50 patients with complete nonhemorrhagic strokes were classified as normal or abnormal. Those patients with an abnormal brain scan had a significantly greater chance of a persisting neurological deficit and less chance of a worthwhile neurological recovery.
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