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Four firemen with acute toxic reactions to nitrogen dioxide were observed over a period of 18 months. A wide spectrum of responses was noted. All had initial symptoms of acute toxic conditions. One subsequently developed chronic pulmonary insufficiency; the other three eventually became...
To the Editor.—
There seems to be some misunderstanding on the part of Dr. Epstein.
Our purpose in this article was to suggest that physicians employing extemporaneous prescriptions of corticosteroids should evaluate them and determine if they had...
At the 99th annual meeting of the American Medical Association in 1950, I presented a report entitled "Spontaneous Compression of the Median Nerve at the Wrist," before the section on Orthopedic Surgery.1 The report based on my experience with 11 patients with compression neuropathy of...
Difficulties encountered by congenital anomalies of the kidneys, vascular pedicle, and ureters are of greater importance today with the frequency of reconstructive vascular surgery of the abdominal aorta and its branches.
From August 1964 to June 1969, fifteen of 41 patients treated by long-term hemodialysis died. Four patients died of intracranial hemorrhage and two had convulsive disorders of unknown etiology which directly contributed to their death. Predialysis hypertension was present in four of...
In one of the episodes of the popular television series, "It Takes a Thief," Al Mundy, father-taught master thief and government agent, foils a trio of dastards who plan to blow a hole in the roof of an underground atomic test site in Nevada. Their purpose, of course, is to release the...
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