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A case of X-linked infantile agammaglobulinemia with preserved synthesis of IgE and resultant normal serum levels of IgE is described. The patient had manifestations of atopy and an anaphylactic reaction following the administration of penicillin G. Because he had multiple respiratory tract...
Electronystagmography: Technical Aspects and Atlas, by Joseph U. Toglia, 160 pp, with illus, $13.50, Springfield, Ill, Thomas, 1976.
Electronystagmography, more correctly electro-oculography, has been related to dizziness the way electrocardiography is related to chest pain. Unfortunately, this...
BEHÇET syndrome was originally characterized by a diagnostic triad of aphthous stomatitis, genital ulceration, and uveitis. However, the spectrum of this entity has progressively broadened with the recognition of multiple organ system involvement; most frequently, dermal vasculitis and arthritis...
Derived from a series of articles on elementary statistics published in the British Medical Journal during 1976, this inexpensive soft-cover booklet lays out major topics in plain, pithy language. The introductory confessional of the powers and the limitations of statistics is alone worth the...
PLAGUE, like other severe systemic illnesses acquired during pregnancy, may cause spontaneous abortion.1 In his comprehensive review of plague, Pollitzer2 noted, "Unless specific treatment is started early, serious attacks of plague in any form usually lead to abortion or miscarriage in pregnant...
This excellent monograph is part of the collection of Cardiovascular Clinics edited by A. N. Brest. Dr Spodick is both the editor and one of the 27 authors.
The clinical and morphological aspects of these diseases are presented by Spodick and Roberts, Spray, and Dunn and Rickengergen. Tamponade...
What was particularly impressive about the original Swiss edition of this book was unexcelled black-andwhite photographic illustrations of the ocular fundus, a concise, accurate text in German, and a useful listing of German, French, and English articles on the subject of ocular symptoms of...
To the Editor.—
A retrospective chart review was undertaken at the University of Florida in an attempt to determine the relative incidence of nephritis caused by methicillin, oxacillin, ampicillin, and penicillin. As only a single case of nephritis was suspected from data available in 489...
To the Editor.—
We read with interest the editorial by Dr Nelson on nutrition instruction in medical schools (236:2534, 1976). We were not surprised by the results. In fact, because we were so concerned that the teaching of nutrition, not only in medical schools but in other health professional...
In the ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION "LeVeen Continuous Peritoneal-Jugular Shunt: Improvement of Renal Function in Ascitic Patients," which appeared in the Jan 10 issue of The Journal (237:131-133, 1977), "LeVeen" was incorrectly spelled "LaVeen" in the title.
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