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To the Editor.—
I happened on an editorial note by Dr Vaisrub (231:1370, 1975) on adverse reactions to enemas. One important and not infrequent complication was omitted: an attending septicemia or bacteremic shock occurring in elderly men with a focus of infection in the prostate.
To the Editor.—
In response to a question about Raynaud phenomenon during pregnancy (233:283,1975), Dr Edmund Dubois stated that a ten-year history of "Raynaud disease" in a 30-year-old woman first raises the question whether the term "Raynaud phenomenon" would not be more appropriate. Analyses...
This is the second edition of a landmark work that introduced to the English reader in a definitive manner the subject of medical ethics as viewed in terms of halacha or Jewish religious law. The original work, first published in 1959, has been updated with additional chapters focusing on...
The author's plan in writing this textbook is to apply modern concepts of neurosciences to explanation of clinical disease and brain function. From an introduction comparing the brain to a computer, he proceeds to discuss the circuitry and biochemistry of the brain and relates this to disease...
I certainly appreciate the significance of Dr Gilden's criticism and, in fact, tried to anticipate it in my article. Therein it is indicated that the hemiballismus began three weeks before I first saw the patient in the hospital and had been progressively increasing in intensity and...
THE ASSOCIATION of the use of oral contraceptive pills with increased risk of thromboembolism in women has been well documented.1 This report describes the occurrence of pulmonary embolism in a normal, healthy man taking estrogens to alter secondary sex characteristics.
Report of a Case
A RETIRED regular Army colonel was asked how he liked civilian life. "I don't know," he said. "All these people running around, and nobody's in charge." Obviously, the colonel, used to doing things the Army way for 30 years, was finding it tough to understand and adapt to a different way of...
Recommended Procedures for Biomedical Research Articles
Most biomedical research requires some form of statistical analysis of the experimental data. Although physicians who read the results of such research should not concern themselves with the details of the statistical methods, these...
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