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To the Editor:—
The editorial, "Botulism: Still a Tragedy," appearing in The Journal (210:338, 1969) is excellent but contains one statement which is incorrect and if followed may lead to more outbreaks of botulism.
In the second paragraph, line 7, there is...
Hyperparathyroidism was proved in a patient who had intermittent hypercalcemia, with one period of normocalcemia which lasted for 12 months. We are in general agreement with others that parathyroid exploration should not be carried out in patients with normocalcemia, but the...
To precipitate Beyond the prepuce.—stoned!
G. U. Know "You're in" he said A stream of thought
To take a ride Down diuretic way
And view the plumbing governor Of the mammal.
Have a squirt In this enlightened dignity By the peahouse of the August Moon....
The Landry-Guillain-Barré syndrome developed in a 19-year-old patient two weeks after the onset of a serologically proved Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection. The occurrence of the syndrome within one month of respiratory-tract infections is not uncommon, but the association with proved M...
Can diseases like theatrical films be classified into "general" and "restricted"? Do some maladies invite persons of all ages, while others restrict admission to "mature" audiences? Though we are accustomed to think in terms of these categories, we may find it increasingly difficult to...
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The anginal pains in pheochromocytoma raises the question of the mechanism of this pain during the release of sympathetic neurohormones (epinephrine and norepinephrine) which are coronary dilators.
These adrenergic neurohormones produce at...
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