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Specific antibodies—next aid in cancer diagnosis, treatment?
The use of specific antibodies directed against tumor cells for both diagnosis and treatment of some cancers now seems within reach, according to researchers at Harvard Medical School.
Diagnostically, such antibodies—which are made in...
Seventeen of 106 patients with triple-vessel coronary artery disease had completely normal electrocardiograms. Of those patients with abnormal ECGs (89 of 106, 84%), a total of 75 had QRS disturbances, with Q waves of myocardial infarction accounting for 64 of 75 (85%). Patients with 100%...
Although cerebrovascular disease is the third most common cause of death in the United States, there is little information about the actual mechanism of death in patients with an acute, terminal stroke. We have investigated the records of 200 patients who were admitted to the Evanston Hospital...
Nine patients with polymyalgia rheumatica and biopsy-proved, systemic, giant-cell arteritis had significant abnormalities of liver function. The abnormalities were reversible with steroid suppression of the arteritis activity. Awareness of this association should enable the clinician to...
From 392 men examined at a venereal disease clinic, 238 cases of gonorrhea (60.7%) were identified by culturing gonococci, using traditional loop and swab techniques of gathering urethral specimens and a new procedure employing the sediment from a patient's voided urine as a specimen source. In...
The "Love Drug," "Heroin for Lovers,"1,2 "The Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Drug,"3 "Hottest Drug on the Streets,"2 "bigger than marihuana—methaqualone sweeping west."4 With such grandiose publicity within the past few months, methaqualone, "pharmacologically equivalent"4 to the short-and...
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