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Excision of acute infarct helps tachycardia patient
An acute myocardial infarct has been excised from the left ventricle of a 69-year-old man to control unremitting ventricular tachycardia and shock.
More than seven months later, the man is alive and well and can walk two...
Halothane was believed to be the offending agent in five cases of suspected hepatitis. All the patients were women. Two had chronic active hepatitis proved by liver biopsy, but the diagnosis in the other three, including the woman who died, was not clearly established. Until a specific...
Reports from private medical offices of data obtained when routine laboratory screening studies were made a part of each health evaluation have not been common. This report analyzes 2,919 laboratory profiles secured on 1,204 patients examined in a five-year period. Repeated profile...
Changes in body weight were measured in 747 wrestlers from 30 Iowa high schools. During a 17-day period before certification, the average weight loss was 6.8 lb (3.1 kg) or 4.9% of the initial body weight, with most of these changes occurring during the final ten days. Questionnaire...
Conventional therapy for hyperthyroidism is designed to reduce the rate of thyroid hormone release from the gland and also to ameliorate the effects on the tissues and consists of iodine, antithyroid drugs, adrenergic blocking drugs, and corticosteroids. Because of the long half-life of...
To Earl W. Sutherland, MD, who, in a series of brilliantly designed and carefully controlled experiments, discovered a new chemical intermediary, cyclic adenylic acid (AMP), and showed that it participates in a wide range of biochemical and physiological control and regulatory...
Before discussing the role of cyclicadenylate, or adenosine 3′,5′-monophosphate (cyclic AMP) in biology, I would like to make a few brief remarks about another subject, the role of the basic scientist in medicine. I would like to hope that this and the subject that I have been asked to...
Rapidly developing understanding of the lymphoid system and immunologic function make these exciting days in immunobiology. When I began my studies of the relation of structure to function in the lymphoid system nearly 27 years ago, the function of lymphocytes was enigmatic; we could see...
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