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Pregnancy and diabetes: how risky
Investigators from several different countries now believe that the prognosis for infants born to diabetic mothers is better than many physicians think.
In presentations at the Sixth World Congress of...
Sixty-three single, male, sophomore medical students volunteered to respond fully and sincerely to a 352-item questionnaire covering approximately the same topic areas described in the Kinsey Report. In addition to describing their own sexual behavior, the respondents, constituting a 57%...
A prospective study of the conditions of 100 open-heart surgery patients elicited more precise information about incidence, characteristics, and causes of central nervous system dysfunctions after surgery. Neurological, psychometric, and behavioral observations were made preoperatively...
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...
A newborn had congenital syphilis, which was characterized by wide-spread infection of meninges, liver, pancreas, peritoneum, and long bones. In spite of treatment given to the mother ten days prior to delivery, and massive doses of penicillin G potassium given to the infant for 17 days...
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 an eight-year interval, 40 consecutive ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms were surgically resected in a community hospital. The resulting 43% mortality (18 patients) compares favorably with those reported from the larger university hospitals. A review of cases suggests that a...
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