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Seven hundred and fifty men were screened for the presence of mild chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and 134 subjects were enrolled in a therapy program. The findings of follow-up interviews, physical examinations, and laboratory tests were correlated with the screening results....
In this age of automation, computerization, and increasingly sophisticated instrumentation of laboratory medicine, the fourth edition of this book continues to provide the nonspecialist with instruction and guidance in the vast and complex field of biochemical physiopathology. The...
To the Editor.—
It is encouraging to note that my observation1 of 1966 that aspirin increased the bleeding time and my efforts to alert the medical profession to its potential danger, especially in bleeders,2 are slowly gaining recognition and support. Particularly...
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There were 101 American medical schools with students in attendance during the 1969-1970 academic year, including two new schools, the Medical College of Ohio at Toledo and the Louisiana State University at Shreveport School of Medicine. Of...
Peripheral vascular complaints first raised the question of polycythemia vera in 16 of 26 patients with this disease. Manifestations suggestive of polycythemia vera included red or cyanotic fingers or toes with or without burning pain, notably when pulses were palpable; occasional...
Dr. Meyer: The patient is a 19-year-old girl who was well until one year prior to admission, when she noted the gradual onset of intermittent, mild pain in her right knee. This continued to be an annoying but tolerable symptom until she fell on the knee one month prior to admission,...
Four tables describe maintenance dosage intervals for common therapeutic agents used in patients with renal disease. Particular emphasis has been given to the use of biological half-life and creatinine clearance for modification of the usual dose schedules, and to the adjustments...
Though some would color these times dark, one of the redeeming facts of global 1970 is that we are increasingly indebted to more and more persons, not only to those with whom we have faceto-face contact each day, but perhaps even more so to those whom we meet seldom if ever, but whose...
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