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The distribution of occlusive atherosclerotic lesions in the aortocranial circulation as determined by arteriography was correlated with results of plasma lipid and lipoprotein determinations of patients with symptoms and signs of cerebrovascular disease. The incidence of hyperlipoproteinemia in...
To the Editor.—
Last Dec 16, The Journal published an article (230: 1529, 1974) and an editorial (230: 1564, 1974) that called on Congress to abolish the tobacco support programs. While The Journal has the same privilege as any other publication in this country to make recommendations for...
THE USE of antibiotics in feeding animals is connected in a remarkable way to clinical medicine, for this use came as a by-product of the discovery of a new antibiotic, aureomycin (now known as chlortetracycline), in 1948. Aureomycin was the first of the tetracyclines, and it was immediately put...
A CONTEMPORARY expert might suggest three forms of treatment for the rascal: advice and encouragement, prescribing antidepressants, or conditioning with an alarm system. The three methods are reviewed in this communication, together with the evidence for their effectiveness.
The first method is...
WITH modern chemotherapy, the mortality rate for amebic abscess of the liver is low. Complete recovery without permanent functional or anatomical abnormality is the rule.1
We have had experience with a patient who had an amebic abscess of the liver in 1967, 1968, and 1972. Such recurrence or...
A 60-year-old man with symptomatic neurosyphilis was treated with penicillin G procaine in the dosages recommended by the Public Health Service, and a less than spirocheticidal level of penicillin G was found in the cerebrospinal fluid.
(JAMA 232:270-271, 1975)
To the Editor.—
Dr. Scoggin's article on catfish stings (231:176, 1975) reminds me of my own experience.
Last fall, my son Craig and I were catfishing on an estuarine body of water that connects with the Gulf of Mexico. As usual, Craig was catching most of the fish, and when he landed a 30-cm...
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