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A recent article, "Whither The Foreskin"1 again questions the value of circumcision, a problem bandied by physicians for years. It also calls to attention that this subject lends itself to some fanciful titles for medical articles, eg, "Penile Plunder,"2 "The Fate of The Foreskin,"3 and "The...
Two patients developed Coombs' positive hemolytic anemia while receiving cephalothin sodium therapy. An anticephalothin antibody was detected in the IgG fraction of sera and in the red blood cell (RBC) eluates in both patients. This complication of cephalothin therapy is rare, and must be...
To the Editor.—
This letter is in regard to the treatment of patients with Parkinson's disease who are non-responsive to levodopa. For the past six months, six patients with Parkinson's disease who have been unresponsive to levodopa in doses of 6 to 8 gm per day for a period of 6 to 12 months...
Efforts to improve the structure of medical care services through revisions in financing and administration are increasingly attracting pérsons from outside the medical profession with previous training in finance, insurance, engineering, and administration. Because such persons are unfamiliar...
When Dr. Courville died in 1968, he had completed the manuscript of this monograph, which his colleagues have seen through the press and which Mrs. Courville has published in handsome format and binding. Although Dr. Courville made contributions to many areas of neuropathology, his name is...
The fetus and newborn incur cerebral hypoxic lesions which result in minimal brain dysfunction. The lesions are basically of a venous infarctional nature. In the premature, the damage affects primarily periventricular deposits of germinal tissue. At term, the loss is mainly in the cortex....
In most medical practices, advice about the possibility of the recurrence of a genetic disease or a congenital anomaly is usually sought by parents who have already produced an affected child or by prospective parents, one of whom may be affected or has a family history of what may be a...
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