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Transfemoral cardiac catheterization can cause fatal blood clots
It's no secret that the transfemoral technique of coronary arteriography, while simpler to do, is associated with a higher rate of complications and deaths than the transbrachial technique.
Eight physicians from five different...
Between June 1970 and January 1971, 633 cases of measles occurred in Texarkana, a city bisected by the Texas-Arkansas state line.
A total of 606 (95.7%) of the cases occurred in Texarkana (Bowie County), Tex, a community that had never had a measles vaccination campaign. The level of prior...
Serum levels of IgM and thymol turbidity were determined in 31 patients with Australia antigen-negative, documented short-incubation infections with the infectious hepatitis (IH) virus, and 65 patients with Australia antigen-positive, long-incubation serum hepatitis (SH) infections. During the...
Several social factors have been closely linked to obesity and thinness in adults. This study, based on 3,344 measurements of triceps skin-fold thickness found similar relationships in white urban children. Obesity was far more prevalent in the lower-class girls than in those of the upper...
Asthma powders, designed to be burned and inhaled, produce hallucinations when taken by mouth. They are popular with the younger set because of their availability and lack of legal restrictions. They may also be incorporated into various hallucinogenic drugs to potentiate their effect or for...
The medical preceptorship program, begun in 1926 as a bold, new experiment in medical education at the University of Wisconsin, has been an integral part of the senior medical student's education at the University of Wisconsin for the past 45 years.1,2 It has been designed to take the students...
Prophylactic antibiotics, though routinely used by most surgeons for patients undergoing open-heart surgery, are of questionable value and may cause serious side effects. Cephalothin-sodium-induced tachycardia accompanied by hemolysis and hyperpyrexia presents problems of diagnosis. The reported...
A 38-year-old man developed polyarthritis, light-sensitive butterfly area eruption, pleurisy with effusion, leukopenia, and fever after taking 400 mg of chlorpromazine daily for 17 months. Lupus erythematosus (LE) cells and antinuclear antibodies (ANA) were present. Following cessation of the...
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