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A student developed acute eczematous contact dermatitis in response to the application of tincture of benzoin to the skin under a cast. This was followed within 48 hours by the appearance of generalized noneczematous exanthem. Analysis led to the conclusion that absorption of benzoin...
During an epidemic, in November and December 1968, the influenza A Hong Kong/68 virus was isolated from 127 adult patients. The procedures for isolation and identification of this virus are described. The clinical manifestations were similar to those of Asian influenza in 1957. Pneumonia...
The worldwide worry about population growth has received its full share of publicity. It is evident that if the "steady state" advocated by Dubos1 is to be achieved in the United States, the time for action is now. In considering the "perfect contraceptive" population—a condition in...
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The opinion that angina pectoris is not related to the ischemia of the heart, but, on the contrary, to vasodilation of the coronary arteries, which is associated with a greater increase of myocardial demands than is met by this increase of blood...
Pretibial edema was observed in nine consecutive manic-depressive patients who were ingesting therapeutic amounts of lithium, carbonate. The edema was slight to modest in amount, occurred during periods of high sodium intake, and was associated with sodium retention. In four of the nine...
Producing a multiauthored short review of the entire field of neurosurgery might seem an insurmountable task. John Gillingham, however, edited such a volume by thoughtfully selecting 14 British authorities on diseases of the nervous system. Eleven of the authors are neurosurgeons. In a...
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Much discussion in the recent literature concerns Sternberg-Reed cells in tissue sections from patients with conditions other than Hodgkin's disease.1-3 These cases have been especially perplexing in patients with abnormal lymph node proliferations...
Pyoderma refers to any purulent disease of the skin, but this communication is restricted to only certain bacterial infections of the skin. Such infections can be either primary or secondary. Although "pyo-" indicates the presence of pus, certain instances of infection may not be...
In the QUESTION AND ANSWER titled "Unilateral Total Nerve Deafness of Sudden Onset in Elderly Man," published Oct 5 (214:153), the eighth sentence, third paragraph, of the answer contains the phrase "atropine, 75 mg." Correctly, the figure should read "atropine, 0.75 mg."
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