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PHENYLBUTAZONE is an effective and widely used anti-inflammatory agent in animals as well as man. We observed a patient in whom fatal aplastic anemia developed after taking phenylbutazone prepared for veterinary use in horses.
Report of a Case
A 20-year-old professional jockey was admitted to...
A woman with a benign tumor of the left adrenal cortex had a six-year history of hypertension. Serum potassium level and plasma renin activity were low. Plasma aldosterone and cortisol levels were low normal, and plasma desoxycorticosterone (DOC) level was extremely high. Iodine 131-labeled...
To the Editor.—
In a recent article (235:1983, 1976), the authors refer to previous work by Dr Chick and myself (ref 5) and quote us as stating that little clinical effect is seen below 10μg/ml of serum of theophylline. This is the converse of what we showed, and in contrast to two other...
To the Editor.—
Laforet (235:1579, 1976) wrote interestingly and at length about the concept of informed consent. He implied that it is a concept that is ambiguous to those involved in patient care at the physician-patient level and also that it is a redundant term.
Probably, the concept of...
Selective coronary arteriography performed on a 41-year-old woman with angina pectoris demonstrated proximal stenosis of the right and left main coronary arteries that was unaffected by nitrate therapy. To exclude coronary artery spasm, the study was repeated, and a striking increase in the...
The first edition of this book has become established as a needed standard for teaching of radiology in medical schools across the United States. The present edition continues the high standard set by the first. It is clear in its explanations and logical in its presentations. It utilizes the...
The authors' book of eight chapters and 200 pages takes a clinical approach that is intended for use apparently in the later years of the curriculum. It lacks a basic biologic section that could serve for earlier courses. The senior author has had a distinguished career both as a teacher and...
This is a good book, for the most part completely rewritten by many experts under the direction of Dr Bockus and his five associate editors, Berk, Haubrich, Kalser, Roth, and Vildardell. Inevitably, there is some unevenness—eg, 16 pages are devoted to chronic duodenal stasis and none as such to...
To the Editor.—
We wish to thank Dr Manley for his editorial comments (235:846, 1976) referable to our study (235:819,1976) and for sharing his recent experience.
We believe it is pertinent to answer the questions he posed regarding our report and have the following comments.
As regards the...
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