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Bone chips in plastic mesh tray help in repair of facial defects
A Dacron mesh tray packed with bone particles is producing good results in the reconstruction of mandibular and other facial bone defects, California and Florida investigators report.
The tray can be prefabricated at low cost for...
To the Editor.—
In reading the editorial on methanol intoxication (229: 1335, 1974), I recalled an endemic outbreak we faced at the Children's Hospital of Buenos Aires, Argentina, back in 1967. All patients were infants, averaging 2 to 8 months in age, who, due to a common illness (diarrhea,...
To the Editor.—
I should like to respond to Goldberg's rebuttal (232:143, 1975) to our commentary, "The FDA, Politics, and the Public" (232:141, 1975). To begin with, Wardell and I are certainly not arguing that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) should approve labeling for uses of new...
Dr. Wenger's observations on an outbreak of diarrhea in infants that was thought, but not proved, to be complicated by methanol poisoning, are of interest from the dual standpoints of the effects of peritoneal dialysis on severe diarrhea of infancy as well as of its role in methanol...
In the ANNUAL CONVENTION UNIT, published in the April 28 issue (232:417-452, 1975), errors occurred in the Section on Allergy program as listed on page 433. The "Symposium on the Troublesome Nose: What Causes It and What To Do About It" will be held Wednesday, June 18 at 9 AM (not Wednesday,...
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A 27-year-old woman who had cine-esophagraphically confirmed aerophagia was electively admitted to the hospital for further evaluation of her long-standing problems of regurgitation and abdominal pain. She was extremely lethargic on arrival at the hospital, but roused in...
"MARIHUANA! Can it hurt you?" was a question asked with some urgency by a boy in a group of ninth-grade students visiting the US Capitol Building. The youngsters, curious about a group of men walking by, were told that they were scientists who just completed a day of testimony on the toxicity of...
Acute rheumatic fever (ARF) in 53 adults was characterized by a severe, febrile migratory polyarthritis involving primarily large joints in the lower extremities, with evidence of an antecedent streptococcal infection. Carditis, present in only eight (15%) of the adults, was mild and transient....
Primary Gram-positive bacterial peritonitis developed in three patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). These cases suggest a possible association between these two entities. Furthermore, they emphasize the importance of accurate diagnosis when evaluating abdominal symptoms in patients...
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