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This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract Freeze-thaw technique keeps valves viable "For the first time," reports William W. Angell, MD, "we have been able to preserve the viability of heart...
A total of 876 males in prisons and facilities for the mentally ill and mentally retarded underwent cytogenetic screening. Of the 23 individuals identified with sex chromosome errors, seven with 47,XYY chromosome pattern and eight with Klinefelter's syndrome were compared. Both groups...
On receiving therapeutic doses of hydrochlorothiazide, two long-term compulsive water drinkers developed acute hyponatremic encephalopathy. Although pure water intoxication is a possible explanation for their symptoms, the circumstances suggest that hydrochlorothiazide had an important...
—In the Sept 14 issue (213:1853-1858,1970) an error occurred in the ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION titled "Whither the Foreskin?" On page 1855, column 3, line 11, the sentence should end "... among non-Jewish women with noncircumcised husbands."
The conditions of 25 patients with external arteriovenous shunts were studied to determine the factors important in control of shunt flow. Shunt flow varied between 1.9% and 9.8% of the cardiac output in seven studies performed in five patients. Change in posture, exercise, and dialysis...
A simple, inexpensive, disposable plastic mask for controlled low-concentration oxygen inhalation has been developed. An inspired oxygen concentration of about 24% is obtained with an oxygen flow rate of 1.5 to 2 liter/min through a Venturi device, with negligible rebreathing of carbon...
Dr. Bertram W. Carnow, Associate Professor and Head of the Section of Environmental Health in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health, the University of Illinois School of Medicine: A 30-year-old white woman with chronic asthma was admitted to a Chicago hospital on Nov...
Through the centuries of medicine, blood letting was a common practice. The first European representation of bleeding occurs on a Greek vase c 500 BC, now in the Louvre in Paris. Hippocrates, born at Cos in 460 BC, wrote that "venisection holds first place in conducting the treatment" of...
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