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Forty patients (including 37 juvenile diabetic patients) with insulindependent diabetes mellitus and end-stage renal failure received 42 renal allografts during the interval from June 1970 to December 1975. Of the 30 patients who are alive (between six and 72 months after transplantation;...
In the Medical Education issue of The Journal (Dec 27, 1976), the number of PhD degrees granted in physiology in 1974 to 1975 was incorrectly given in Table 7, page 2960. The correct number is 171 instead of 550. The correct total number of PhD degrees granted in 1974 to 1975 should therefore be...
To the Editor.—
An editorial (236:1612, 1976) commented on articles in the same issue by Robins and Chopra (236:1609, 1976), R. Bell and colleagues (236:1609, 1976), and on the occurrence of multiple myeloma with other neoplasms. We wish to report another patient.
Report of a Case.—
Seventy-one children with the diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) (39 cases), dermatomyositis (25 cases), or scleroderma (7 cases) were studied retrospectively. The children with SLE were much sicker than those with the other two diseases and were found to have a poorer prognosis...
To the Editor.—
The article by Robinson and Barker (236:2089, 1976) regarding tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) toxicity has its good and bad features. The good is that the Food and Drug Administration and its advisors are continuing to present their data and views in a general scientific forum....
IN RECENT years, a number of effective regimens for the treatment of acute asthma in both children1 and adults2 have been devised. If there is one system that is clearly superior, such is not evident either from the literature or from my experience. Hence, in addition to a basic regimen,...
The unitary facade of angina pectoris was cracked 18 years ago when Prinzmetal et al1 chipped off a "variant" form that departs from the classical pattern of Heberden angina of effort in several respects. The pain occurs at rest and is often accompanied by arrhythmias or heart block; it is...
The past decade has seen an eruption of medical controversies that have puzzled physicians and laymen alike, the former because strategies required in their resolution are often outside the sphere of "routine" scientific thinking or model manipulation, the latter because these controversies...
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