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Cytological studies have proven very helpful in the evaluation of conditions in patients with small and solitary bronchogenic carcinomas. The use of the transcricothyroid approach for combined examinations has proven satisfactory in a series of 600 patients, 200 of whom had brush biopsies with...
We have analyzed 419 cases of Bell palsy within three years, with no evidence for an age differential in seasonal occurrence or for epidemicity. Cold weather could not be entirely ruled out in a geographic region of mild climate without wide seasonal variation. Bell palsy is probably not...
Products of conception from 19 women immunized against rubella shortly before or during pregnancy were studied. Ten pregnancies went to term, and nine ended in abortion (eight induced). Vaccine-like rubella virus was recovered from the eye of one aborted fetus, the only instance in which fetal...
To the Editor.—
As the senior author of "Instantaneous and Sudden Deaths" (225:1319, 1973), I should reply to the critical comments of both Dr. Bruce and Dr. Dodge (226:1229, 1973) concerning this article.
The main thrust of our article did not concern itself with the possible injurious effects...
To the Editor.—
In the editorial (222:827-828, 1972), "Cardiac Toxicity of Aerosol Propellants," Silverglade defended the safety of fluorocarbon propellants when used properly in asthmatic patients. Statements that failure to reproduce the cardiac toxicity in animals as originally reported by...
Extensive clinical investigation is usually demanded by the report of thrombocytopenia. Therefore, it is important to be aware that, even with automated equipment, low platelet counts may be erroneous due to causes such as giant platelets, platelet agglutinins, and platelet satellitism. Each of...
The isolation of penicillin is the major historical event that dominates this and any biography of Walter Florey. From his successes in the laboratory promptly came immense benefits to the sick; it is a pattern of research we would like to understand. In addition to describing this grand...
To the Editor.—
Detoxification from methadone maintenance therapy is the subject of a study and of separate editorial comment in the same issue of The Journal by the same author, Dr. Vincent Dole (226:747 and 780, 1973).
The optimal dosage and duration of medication are important subjects...
We are at a point in the antibiotic era where one can begin to look back on the historical development of chemotherapy. These events have affected our lives in many ways including discovery, investigation, education, regulation, and miraculous cure of disease. It is clear that by our use,...
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