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A workshop on human bone-marrow transplantation was held at the University of California at Davis on Dec 1, 1971. Attending were those scientists largely responsible for the 133 bone-marrow transplant attempts in 119 patients which have been reported to the American College of...
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Perforation of the uterus by a Lippes Loop has a reported incidence ranging from 0.4 to 8.1 per 1,000 insertions.1-3 Most are asymptomatic and the loops are either free or adherent to the omentum.4 We present a case in which an intrauterine device (IUD) was incidentally found in...
This two-volume work is the latest in a series of editions which began in 1949 with Frankis T. Evans' Modern Practice of Anaesthesia. In 1959 Professor Gray, who is now Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Liverpool, joined Dr. Evans as coeditor when the textbook was enlarged to two volumes and...
As the authors state in their introduction, the object of their text is to bridge the gap between light microscopy and electron microscopy as applied to ocular structures. With this objective in mind the cytological approach employed is a logical one. After an introductory chapter on electron...
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The appearance of the liver scan of a patient with proven Budd-Chiari syndrome (BCS) is presented. While the liver scans in cases of hepatic neoplasm show focal defects and those of cirrhosis of liver have been characterized as "shift of colloid"—increased splenic and skeletal...
The habitual use of large amounts of cosmetic talcum powder produced significant pulmonary talcosis in a 39-year-old black truck driver. Pulmonary disease was apparent on his chest roentgenogram, and was initially interpreted as miliary tuberculosis. The patient died from peritonitis following...
In the letter of Weinstein and Fischer on benztropine toxicity published June 19, some garbling appeared (220:1616, 1972). Halfway down the third column, two lines were lost along the production route. The sentences should have read: "Their patients were given 12 mg, 6 mg, and 8 mg,...
This is the House of Medicine. Shall it be a House united, or a House divided? That, in my judgment, is the central question before us at this moment in our history. Shall we as a profession continue to speak, through this House of Medicine, with one, strong, effective voice, or shall we succumb...
The Drug Abuse Controversy, edited by Clinton C. Brown and Charles Savage, 270 pp, with illus, $8.50, Friends Medical Science Research Center, National Educational Consultants (711 St. Paul St, Baltimore 21202), 1972.
Of the recent flood of books on drug abuse few have been aimed specifically at...
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