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Nearly one third of all physicians and osteopaths in private practice treated at least one new case of venereal disease in three months of 1968. Only a few of these cases were...
This report confirms the value of a modification of the rubella hemagglutination inhibition (HI) antibody test which has eliminated the source of a troublesome problem, the random, unpredictable appearance of false positive results caused by inadequate removal of nonspecific serum...
Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) was determined in 12 patients by simultaneous clearance of inulin and inulin labeled with chromium 51 (inulin51Cr). Paired GFRs calculated by the classic C=UV/P formula showed excellent correlation (r±0.995; P<0.001; y =1.01x - 2.03, where y indicates...
Renal clearances of diatrizoate sodium I 125 or iothalamate sodium I 125 measure 90% to 100% of simultaneous classic clearances of inulin; clearances of iodohippurate sodium I 131 or iodopyracet I 131 are 84% and 79%, respectively, of simultaneous clearances of aminohippurate sodium....
Forty-three patients with cerebral vascular accidents were divided into groups according to whether the available data and brain scans indicated cerebral hemorrhage or thrombosis and according to the intervals between scanning and onset of symptoms. There was a higher incidence of...
In the Laboratory Procedures communication titled "Haptoglobin Electrophoresis," published Oct 7 (206:362-363), two labels for the Figure —those for "patient's serum" and "Hp control"—were mistakenly transposed. The corrected illustration and the legend appear below.
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 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...
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