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Hepatitis is main subject at blood banks meeting
Just as blood bankers all over the country are feeling intense pressure to use and improve tests for the Australia or Hepatitis Associated Antigen, a New York investigator announced a test which he believes to be 98.6%...
A total of 263 patients with histopathologically proved, well-differentiated papillary and follicular thyroid carcinoma were treated with sodium iodide I 131 after surgery. A 100% follow-up was achieved with a mean of 6.3 years, and an observation period of 0 to 20 years. The death rate...
In a patient with bilateral malignant familial pheochromocytomas, medullary thyroid cancer, and parathyroid adenomas (Sipple's syndrome), high concentrations of calcitonin were assayed in the medullary cancer. A striking morphological similarity is noted between the medullary thyroid...
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....
Elastic compression of the lower limb was critically evaluated in 105 hospital patients relative to reduction of the venous pool, effect upon venous hemodynamics, and the degree of compression commensurate with maximum reduction of venous stasis. Pressure studies and phlebograms were...
In the ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION, "Adrenal Venography in Virilized Women," published Sept 7 (213:1623-1629, 1970), the illustration on the left in Fig 1 (page 1624) was printed upside down.
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...
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...
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