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Composite grafts find clinical use
A casual question in the surgeons' room over a postoperative cup of coffee four years ago has led to the development of a new technique that could have wide applications in the field of reconstructive surgery.
John Conley, MD, of New York and Joseph Giatini,...
Low serum vitamin B12 levels were found in healthy young women who were taking oral contraceptive agents (OCA). The fall in serum B12 values occurred rapidly and, in some instances, serum levels were indistinguishable from other forms of vitamin B12 deficiency. Serum B12-binding proteins or...
The relationship of sexual activity to vaginal colonization with the genital mycoplasmas (T-strain mycoplasmas and Mycoplasma hominis) was studied in 183 student and graduate nurses. Participants with no history of sexual contact were virtually free of mycoplasmas, whereas 37.5% of those with a...
The protein content of ascitic fluid was determined in 26 patients with intra-abdominal neoplasms or inflammation in whom patency of the portal venous system was evaluated directly at laparotomy or autopsy. Ascitic fluid was high in protein content (respectively 54% and 62% of the plasma level)...
Social systems theory provides a frame of reference for understanding interactions between physicians and lawyers. The legal system in any community has its unique boundaries, processing methods, concepts, vocabulary, and ethics, which vary markedly from those of the medical system. Like...
All sources of fuel are needed to supply the increasing power needs of a growing population. Atomic fuel competes economically with fossil fuels under most conditions and eliminates undesirable environmental pollution by stack effluents. Both fossil- and atomic-fueled plants have waste hot water...
The first of two studies on the use of computer-based techniques for reporting blood smear interpretations involved nine physicians, each reporting the analyses of 24 blood smears via a light pen-video console. Ten physicians participated in the second study with analyses of 40 blood smears...
In the CLINICAL SURVEY, "Control of Gonorrhea: Guidelines for Antibiotic Treatment," published June 19 (220:1587-1589), on page 1588, second column, the last complete sentence beginning "Ampicillin sodium..." should begin "Ampicillin trihydrate
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