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We present a simple model for teaching coronary artery anatomy and distribution. The thumb and first two fingers of the left hand can be formed into a baseball "pitcher's grip" that can be used to portray the commonly used arteriographic positions.
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In their recent article, Wagner et al (224:199, 1973) commented on a brief quote from an obscure passage of a paper I wrote shortly1 after widespread publicity had appeared in the lay press concerning the Lindenbaum et al2 report on certain lots of digoxin tablets. Wagner et al...
This small, excellent book covers all aspects of medical education—clinical and preclinical years; the scope, content, and goals of curricula; acquisition of information, skills, and attitudes; the diverse natures of students and teachers; and methods of teaching and assessment. It offers a...
The cars in Caracas create a ruckukus a four-wheeled fracacas taxaxis and truckes "The Cars in Caracas" John Updike (The New Yorker, Dec 30, 1972 p 27)
The printer's ink was hardly dry on the above humorous verse when a scientific report bearing the title "Caracas has a car problem" appeared in...
Though the primary target of addictive psychoactive substances is the brain, the heart does not always remain unmolested. It may become involved directly, as in alcohol cardiomyopathy, or indirectly, as in bacterial endocarditis of heroin addicts. Evidence is accumulating that even marihuana,...
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Staphylococcal vaccines, autogenous and stock, have been widely used for many decades with results that have been, on the whole, disappointing. On the contrary, appropriate use of staphylococcal antigens in the hands of certain clinicians has been notably successful in many...
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Cor pulmonale due to upper airway obstruction is a rare disease in young children1; however, its recognition has great importance because correct management can be lifesaving. Therapeutic intervention can be achieved in many cases by removing the tonsils and adenoids.1-3 Any...
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In the course of working with epileptic children in a pediatric neurology clinic, we have shared the observations of others that parents often possess substantial gaps in their factual knowledge about epilepsy and its treatment. Common misconceptions are that youngsters will...
Earlier studies of the coagulation mechanism in patients undergoing hypertonic saline-induced abortion yielded data ranging from a normal clotting mechanism to evidence of frank disseminated intravascular coagulation. Because of this wide variability, patients were monitored to determine the...
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