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Glue Sniffing May Alter Chromosomes
Other Solvents Also Implicated
Evidence of liver damage and strong indications that chromosomes can be severely injured by sniffing airplane glue and other solvents, including nail polish remover, have...
Diagnostic management of 1,400 patients with severe, active upper-gastrointestinal tract hemorrhage by immediate esophagogastroscopy and contrast roentgenography provided confident identification of the bleeding lesion in 93%. Preexamination ice-water lavage of the stomach by Ewald tube...
Postmortem studies on 57 Mexican children with acute, lower motor neuron paralytic disease indicated that 32 had poliomyelitis and 25 had no inflammatory changes in the central nervous system. In the latter group, ten exhibited neuropathologic changes compatible with a diagnosis of...
A rare neoplasm, disseminated visceral Kaposi's sarcoma, appeared rapidly during the late rejection of a homograft kidney in a 35-year-old Negro woman. No evidence of tumor was present in the recipient prior to transplantation, and postmortem examination of the donor also revealed no...
The intellectual functioning (intelligence quotient) of 73 patients with familial idiopathic epilepsy was compared with that of their close nonepileptic relatives, including those with epileptoid electroencephalograms and those with normal brain-wave recordings. Approximately 70% of the...
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