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THE CONCEPT of "cancer families" was first introduced in the early part of this century and refers to those kindreds with a high incidence and early onset of adenocarcinoma in various organs, but particularly the colon. The incidence of adenocarcinoma of the colon is well recognized to be...
A study of antibiotic use at Duke University Medical Center in June 1973 showed that 34.2% of all patients received antibiotics (43.6% surgical, 21.4% medical patients). Cephalothins were most frequently ordered for surgical patients, ampicillin sodium and penicillin G or penicillin V with...
A patient with dialysis cachexia became paraparetic within hours of therapeutic renal artery embolization. At autopsy, emboli of absorbable gelatin sponge filled spinal arteries, accompanied by spinal cord infarcts. The renal arteries of patients with end-stage renal disease are smaller than...
To the Editor.—
I was pleased to see the article on selective renal artery embolization in the treatment of metastatic sarcoma with hematuria by Drs Mariasoosai, Wilson, and Gonick (237:363, 1977).
The authors point out that A. F. Lalli1 and associates were the first to produce infarction of...
GENERALIZED sepsis and disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) developed in a 26-year-old woman who had a long history of regional enteritis and granulomatous colitis.
During bleeding into the retroperitoneal space, which necessitated repeated blood transfusions, acute bilateral femoral and...
To the Editor.—
Most of the comments concerning immunoblastic lymphadenopathy (236:2098, 1976) are quite appropriate. However, I would like to emphasize the original authorship of this entity. It is stated that Frizzera et al1 are the "first authors to give sufficient emphasis to the...
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