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An obese, shortnecked, patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and an old closed tracheostomy suffered a cardiopulmonary arrest postoperatively. Extreme bronchoconstriction made mouth to mouth and bag ventilation difficult. Several attempts to pass an endotracheal...
Gastrointestinal Problems in the Infant, by Joyce Gryboski, 811 pp, 193 illus, $30, Canada $31.80, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1975.
Prior to 1971, there were no publications devoted exclusively to pediatric gastroenterology. In the latter half of 1975, both the above texts appeared and have indeed...
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With the number of tennis players, many inexperienced, increasing rapidly, more injuries related to eye-ball contact (no pun intended) can be expected. The article by Seelenfreund and Freilich entitled "Rushing the Net and Retinal Detachment" (235:2723, 1976) does much to alert...
This lucidly written monograph superbly organizes the vast literature dealing with this fascinating pediatric tumor. Authoritative chapters delineate the multifaceted clinical problems including congenital neuroblastoma, head and central nervous system involvement, abdominal and chest problems,...
Yes, the examination was "satisfactory." After surgery, the pathological specimen disclosed that the tumor was not homogeneous, but had areas of necrosis and hemorrhage.
Recent information also appears to implicate diagnostic ultrasound in the delivery of premature infants where data have...
A review of 95 patients seen at the Mayo Clinic with mediastinal granuloma indicated that ten (10.5%) had esophageal involvement. The primary complaint was dysphagia. Esophageal roentgenographic features included compression, stricture, diverticulum, sinus tract formation, and tracheoesophageal...
THE SIMULTANEOUS popularity of the ten-speed bicycle (bicycle sales now outnumber automobile sales in the United States.1) and the shoulder bag has introduced yet another hazard into modern life. The forward position of a cyclist on the modern, diamond-frame, ten-speed bicycle adds efficiency to...
Abstract To the Editor.— This is in reference to the recent editorial by Drs Mavligit and Freireich entitled "Progress in the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer" (235:2855, 1976).I believe that their statement "treatment results have not improved much over the past two decades, in spite of surgery...
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