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An antigen and an antibiotic may find use in tumor scanning
Work with two new tumor-scanning agents is showing encouraging results in animal studies and early clinical trials.
Investigators from two institutions in the United States and Japan reported to the Society of Nuclear Medicine meeting...
Twenty-seven patients with disseminated carcinoma of the prostate underwent adenohypophysectomy by either open craniotomy (8 patients) or stereotaxic cryohypophysectomy (19 patients). All patients had growth hormone assay following insulin-induced hypoglycemia during the preoperative (control)...
Abstract Pleural fluid glucose and amylase levels were measured in a prospective study of 176 effusions. Contrary to some previous opinions, we found that in the great majority of tuberculous pleural fluids the glucose concentration was high (mean, 81.7 mg/100 ml) rather than low. Glucose levels...
Seven patients with deep second- and third-degree burns covering 15%, 31%, 34%, 40%, 47%, 51%, and 60% of their bodies were treated with large doses of heparin sodium administered parenterally and topically. Heparin relieved the pain and prevented burn extension so that the initial burn size was...
Two patients with adult-onset Still disease had a characteristic eruption most prominent during the febrile episodes, splenomegaly, and prolonged fever with temperature elevations to 40.6 C. Extensive investigation excluded other possible causes of fever. One patient partially responded to gold...
Two patients with penetrating wounds to the left anterior descending coronary artery were treated with emergency aortocoronary saphenous vein bypass grafts. On follow-up angiography, the first patient's bypass graft to the distal anterior descending coronary artery was not patent. The second...
It is wrong to consider epilepsy as a disease and accept as a corollary the proposition that the individual with this disease either should or should not participate in contact sports. Epilepsy is a symptom rather than a disease, and the causes of epilepsy are multiple. Categorical...
To obtain endomyocardial biopsies, a catheter sheath is introduced into the right internal jugular vein with the patient under a local anesthetic, and a catheter bioptome is advanced under fluoroscopic control to the apex of the right ventricle. Adequate specimens are obtained for light and...
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