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Fatal systemic magnesium intoxication followed the administration of a magnesium sulfate enema for the therapy of presumed hyaline membrane disease in a newborn infant. Despite antemortem recognition of its occurrence and attempted therapy with an exchange transfusion, the infant died. Coupled...
Sulfonamides were ineffective in the treatment of pulmonary nocardiosis in one recipient of a renal homotransplant and produced severe sensitivity reactions precluding their further use in another. Favorable antinocardial and clinical effects were achieved by treatment with erythromycin plus...
Chronic bacterial prostatitis, caused primarily by gram-negative bacteria, is a common cause of relapsing urinary tract infection. "Prostatosis," a common condition, is characterized by symptoms that simulate chronic bacterial prostatitis but the urine is sterile and the prostatic fluid cultures...
The practicing phyician has long been a welcome participant in the training of medical students. Since World War II, however, his influence in medical education has diminished. A study at the University of Illinois College of Medicine was made with 20 practicing physicians who have returned to...
Ever since King Solomon exalted the ant (Proverbs 6:6) by enjoining the sluggard to go to it, "consider its ways, and be wise," man has sought paradigms for his behavior by observing the ways of living creatures. The busy bee, the eager beaver, the faithful dog, the watchful hawk, the playful...
To the Editor.—
Since Cheng and Wadhwa wrote their report of sinus standstill following intravenous administration of lidocaine (223:790, 1973), three similar cases have been published.1-3 In these, sinus arrest occurred under one or more of the following conditions: (1)) advanced age (55, 78,...
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A solid-phase radioimmunoassay for detection of hepatitis B antigen (HBAg) has recently been described,1 and a commercial version of this test (the AUSRIA = 125 HAA diagnostic kit) is rapidly becoming the standard for comparison in proficiency testing (Federal Register, July 28,...
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The statement by Hinkes and Plotkin (223:1490, 1973) that "perhaps 0.1% to 1% of patients with acute leukemia survive five or more years" gives an erroneously bleak outlook. No longer is the fiveyear survivor a rarity. Recently, Ingelfinger quoted the Director of the National...
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