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One can easily imagine the instructions given by Dr. Black to his several authors. "Write a state of the art essay for me on the following topic. Do not be afraid to use humor and wit. Do not be reluctant to appear literate." Most of his contributors have complied with these instructions. What...
We treated a patient with Serratia pyarthrosis who also had rheumatoid arthritis. With prompt diagnosis, vigorous needle aspiration of joint exudate, intravenous but not intra-articular administration of antibiotics, and appropriate splinting, surgical treatment may not be necessary in all cases...
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 To the Editor.— Over the years, I have encountered several patients with the presenting complaint of "lump in the stomach." All of these patients were...
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I wish to call attention to the beneficial effects of chlorphenesin carbamate (Maolate) in the medical treatment of trigeminal neuralgia. This is a centrally acting drug that depresses internuncial spinal neurons and presumably reduces multisynaptic spinal reflexes.
This newest comprehensive textbook of otolaryngology compares in its large scope with two other large works currently available—the Scott-Groves four-volume set and the Maloney five-volume loose-leaf set. Of the three, the Paparella and Shumrick is the most up to date and the most pleasingly...
Some books by their nature, timeliness, and scope in medicine have initially the aura of a classic; such is the case for Obstetric and Perinatal Infections. Addressing themselves to "information concerning infections that may afflict mother, fetus and infant..." at a time when the era of the...
Until the discovery of chlorpromazine in 1952, there were no specific drug treatments in psychiatry, only sedatives and stimulants. The efficacy of chlorpromazine hydrochloride in schizophrenia began a hunt for other specific remedies leading to the discovery of imipramine hydrochloride for...
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