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The ability of echocardiography to detect segmental ventricular asynergy was evaluated in 41 patients before cardiac catheterization. Of 24 normal posterior wall segments by echocardiography, 23 were also normal by ventriculography, while one was hypokinetic. Of 17 asynergic posterior wall...
To the Editor.—
I was distressed to see the recent article by Myron R. Schoenfeld, MD, on aspects of Paganini's medical history (238:40, 1978). The author makes various sweeping medical claims without proper deductive proof and authentication. A careful analysis of extant data is not given.
To the Editor.—
Ziegler and Biggs (238:2167-2169, 1977) report on the effect of age, sex, smoking, and race on plasma levels of amitriptyline hydrochloride and nortriptyline hydrochloride. It seems to us that they made an error in the logic of their data analysis.
The patients were not assigned...
IN 1860, Gascoyen1 reported an association between cutaneous nevi, intestinal lesions, and gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding. Bean2 separated the blue rubber-bleb nevus syndrome (BRBNS) from other cutaneous vascular lesions and gave the syndrome its name. Demonstration of these lesions has been...
Politicians, consumers, and third-party payers are all interested in saving money on drugs, although drug costs represent only approximately 10% of the national health bill. Most people naturally object to paying more money for anything than they have to, but few would argue that inadequate...
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I appreciate Lyons and Porter's article "Cross Country Skiing: A Benign Sport?" I managed to sustain a spiral fracture of the tibia as the result of a twisting fall in deep, powder snow while wearing ankle-top boots and cable bindings when I was indulging in this "completely...
THE COUMARIN congeners, especially warfarin sodium, are clinically important for prolonged anticoagulation in patients with various thromboembolic disorders such as pulmonary emboli, deep venous thromboses, and arterial emboli. There is widespread clinical awareness of the hemorrhagic side...
This volume, the 24th in its series, honors Dr Lyle French; six chapters are devoted to material by or about him. The remaining 42 chapters can be divided into the following topics: parasellar lesions, occult hydrocephalus, peripheral nerve injury, cervical spondylosis, trigeminal neuralgia, and...
A follow-up period averaging 21.6 years was obtained for patients with low-grade papillary intraductal carcinoma initially treated only by biopsy between 1940 and 1950. Subsequent carcinoma was diagnosed in the same breast in seven of the ten patients after an average interval of 9.7 years. Six...
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