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This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract In this dissertation the author attempts to convince the reader that, although some diseases produce specific tissue changes, skeletal tissues frequently...
To the Editor.—
The name of Adrian Bleyer has long been buried among the footnotes of the medical history of Down syndrome. Many who were repeatedly wrong about mongolism have been duly hailed for changing their minds, but history seems to have forgotten this American physician, even though he...
To the Editor.—
Halpren et al (223: 1239, 1973) report two cases that, in their opinion, support the thesis of a two-stage renal failure following methoxyflurane therapy.
Closer review of the first history indicates that the anuric phase began about three days after abdominal aortic...
Various methods for glucose analysis of whole blood and plasma are currently utilized and the clinician should be familiar with them when interpreting a glucose value.
Three methods of glucose analysis of whole blood and plasma have been evaluated: Somogyi-Nelson, hexokinase, and copper...
Effects of overnight fasting and potassium salts given orally (10 gm) on phenothiazine-induced repolarization abnormalities were evaluated in 100 psychiatric patients. Overnight fasting resulted in complete normalization of the electrocardiograms of 57 patients, while the remainder were...
This outstanding book reflects the author's extensive knowledge in both basic research and clinical experience regarding problems of the shoulder joint. He presents embryology, functional anatomy, and surgical exposure in a most interesting, logical, and concise manner. He correlates the...
Hypotension exceeding 24% of mean arterial blood pressure, including one episode of complete circulatory collapse, occurred in two awake and eight anesthetized patients after infusion of 100 to 250 ml of 5% plasma protein fraction (PPF). To establish the cause of the hypotension, 50 ml of 5%...
Two cases of herpes zoster were associated with neurogenic bladder dysfunction. The zosteroid eruption involved the sacral nerve distribution (S2-4) in both cases. Associated symptoms of constipation and massive bladder hemorrhage in one case and clinical recognition and conservative management...
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