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Lead hazard is 'ubiquitous' in substandard housing
Potentially toxic levels of lead have been found on the walls of deteriorating dwelling units in every area of the country.
In fact, a recent HEW survey shows "the presence of high lead (content) paint on the walls was so ubiquitous as to be...
Coronary arteriography in conjunction with cardiac catheterization has been performed one year following heart transplantation in three patients. The coronary vessels were normal and left ventricular contractility as assessed by ventriculography was also normal. No technical problems were...
Medical oncology, a subspecialty of internal medicine, has increasing relevance to the practice of Air Force medicine because of the rapidly expanding population of military retirees and their dependents, as evidenced by the medical oncology program at the USAF Regional Hospital, Carswell Air...
It has been said that Candida albicans can be a better clinician than most physicians and may detect systemic abnormalities before they are recognizable at the laboratory level. Chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis developed in a 7-year-old boy long before a diagnosis of marked hypothyroidism...
Fifty-three patients with permanently implanted pacemakers, predominantly of the triggered unipolar variety, were exposed to the active electromagnetic field of a weapons detector. Standard unipolar and bipolar ventricular pacers were unaffected. Certain sensitive unipolar atrial and...
In the QUESTION AND ANSWER titled "Tetanus Toxoid Wound Booster Interval Recommendations," published April 3 (220:136, 1972), the correct figure in the fourth paragraph, fifth line from end of the answer, should be "5.1%," not "50%."
The past year has highlighted an increased concern for effective health care delivery and improved consumer health education. Encompassing both areas are the problems of health manpower shortage and, of great urgency to the future of rural health, the problems of distribution. If workable...
Dr. J. Russell Little, Chief, Division of Infectious Disease, the Jewish Hospital of St. Louis and Associate Professor of Medicine and Microbiology, Washington University School of Medicine: Our guest this morning is Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, MD. Dr. Ross has become something of a celebrity since...
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