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To the Editor.—
We report a case of progressive systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) that we believe involves the urinary bladder.
Report of a Case.—
A 33-year-old woman was noted in 1971 as having Raynaud's phenomenon. This progressed with skin changes of the hands, forearms, and face that led...
Sinus-tract cultures were compared with cultures of operative specimens from 40 patients with chronic osteomyelitis. Thirty-five patients (87.5%) had a single pathogen isolated from their operative specimens. Only 44% of the sinus-tract cultures contained the operative pathogen. Isolation of...
Here we are, physicians Prescribing from our shelves Devising our scenarios Writing out ourselves Here we are, plain patients Part of your daily rounds Sifting every utterance Hanging on your sounds.
THE PHYSICIAN treats with words; within the physician-patient social system, the patient is...
We established the percentage of thymus-derived lymphocytes associated with cellular immune responses and bone marrow-derived, antibodyproducing cells in maternal blood throughout normal gestation. The data are in conflict with a recent proposal that reversal ot the T:B cell ratio associated...
Three cases of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in seamen, all acquired while working off tropical West Africa, and all in patients coming in for treatment at a New Orleans hospital during one six-week period, are described in the context of the importance of considering recent travel history for...
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Glucose-insulin-potassium (GIK) solution was originally introduced as a possible means of preservation of the ischemic myocardium.1 In this institution GIK solution has been used preoperatively for 12 hours in adult patients undergoing coronary-artery-bypass graft procedures to...
This title hides a description of operations designed to increase the blood supply to the brain when it has been impaired by a lesion not accessible to more conventional vascular surgery in the neck. These operations include anastomosis of a branch of the superficial temporal artery to a branch...
Transfusion of 500 ml of blood, contributed by a donor three days before the onset of Rocky Mountain spotted fever and refrigerated for nine days, caused this disease in the recipient. The blood donor died of Rocky Mountain spotted fever after six days; rickettsia were identified in various...
THIRD HEART SOUND
The S3 (ventricular gallop) occurs in early diastole, 130 to 180 msec after A2, and coincides with the end of rapid filling of the left ventricle (LV). Ultrasonic studies have shown that the S3 occurs just as the LV septum and posterior free wall reach their greatest diastolic...
Hodgkin's disease, mixed cell type, was diagnosed in a 38-year-old woman after biopsy of an enlarged left supraclavicular lymph node in May 1975. Chest roentgenogram showed right and left paratracheal masses (Fig 1), and her lymphoma was subsequently staged as IIIA after splenic...
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