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Of the 187 women who underwent laparoscopic tubal division at the Massachusetts General Hospital between September 1969 and June 1973, one hundred thirty-nine were interviewed in a follow-up study. The mean age was 33.9 years; the mean gravidity was 5.0 and mean parity 3.8. Most women were...
Many writers have discussed the impact of disease on history, but never before has there been such an overall synthesis, such a weaving together of biology with political and social history. The result is a panorama wherein many separate details fall together into an interesting pattern. To be...
Recent communications to The Journal have attested to the declining number of autopsies and, by the same token, to the decreasing opportunities to see and study gross pathology of the brain. McCormick and Schochet have put together a large number of photographs of brains, some angiograms, and a...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract To the Editor.— I wish to gently protest the statement in the article "Medical Notes on Columbus's First Trip to America" by Dr Cesar A. Lopez (236:1598,...
Forty-five persons severely bitten by rabid dogs and wolves in Iran were treated after exposure with a new rabies vaccine produced in cultures of human diploid cells. All except one also received one injection of rabies immune serum. This treatment, in contrast to past experience with other...
No one should be put off by the title. A natural reaction is, "What, another book on clotting?" But this is not just another monograph; it may turn out to be one of the classics in this field. It is written by one of the senior scholars in coagulation research who therefore can make critical...
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Kapdi and Wolfe reported that 5,505 patients were referred for mammography; 380 (6.9%) were found to have carcinoma of the breast, and 22.6% of these breast carcinoma patients were receiving thyroid supplements for hypothyroidism or for simple goiter. They also reported that the...
Fine needle biopsy can reach tumors beyond bronchoscope range
Transthoracic biopsy by fine needle aspiration appears to be gaining acceptance in the United States for diagnosing pulmonary lesions beyond the bronchoscope's reach.
One advocate of the technique is Willard A. Fry, MD, assistant...
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