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Testicular Capsule May Be Mechanism For Initiating Movement Of Sperm
The mechanism of initial sperm movement in the testis may have been determined by a Chicago investigator, who explored what had literally been thrown away in past research.
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Impairment to drivers or pedestrians from chronic medical problems, frequently acting at a subclinical level, is believed to be a contributing factor in 15% to 25% of crashes. In addition, alcoholism is a factor in a third of fatal crashes. Most drivers with medical problems should be...
An examination of institutionalization patterns of 121 civilly committed addicts over a period of 58 to 80 months (approximately 5 to 6 1/2 years) shows that while some succeed in supervised outpatient status, most do not, and those who do not will probably spend a majority of their...
In a patient with renovascular hypertension, renal venous renin-activity determinations were carried out during normal sodium intake, after sodium depletion, and after sodium repletion. When the patient was eating a normal sodium diet, renal venous renin-activity levels failed to...
Despite the growing concern over the future of the American family doctor, there have been few studies of his background or current work. In this study 103 randomly selected family physicians in New York state were visited. The data show that these physicians do provide continuing care...
Four patients with severe diabetic ketoacidosis in coma had proven mediastinal and subcutaneous emphysema and, in each patient, the probable cause was emesis. There was no evidence of esophageal laceration or rupture. Recovery was complete without surgical intervention or other specific...
A rapid electrocardiographic technique, using a semireclining chair fitted with copper skin electrodes for arms and legs, has been employed in a screening survey of athletes during the routine preseason physical examinations. Mutually perpendicular leads I and aVF were recorded on 1,219...
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