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Aspiration Cytology of the Breast (Volker Schnider, trans), by Hubert Schondorf, 141 pp, 92 illus, np, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1978.
Two new books on cytology are available. One confines itself to a specialized procedure in a specific area—aspiration biopsy of the breast; the second is a text of...
Patients with idiopathic chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction suffer from malnutrition because of inability to maintain adequate oral intake without the development of obstructive symptoms. We have successfully used central venous nutrition in two patients with this syndrome, both on a...
To the Editor.—
At times foreign bodies present diagnostic dilemmas. The following is a case of an unusual but distinctly shaped foreign body in the esophagus.
Report of a Case.—
A 54-year-old nurse with a five-year history of ovarian cancer had been treated with radiotherapy and later with...
A STRIKINGLY large endobronchial metastasis of a uterine leiomyosarcoma developed in a woman. It is reported because of its size and location and because report of such a lesion, to our knowledge, is not found in studies of endobronchial metastases.
Report of a Case
A 53-year-old, gravida 10,...
Although the multiple sclerosis (MS) clinic at the University of Arizona in Tucson was set up primarily for comprehensive patient care, its epidemiologic approach is doing double duty.
According to Colin R. Bamford, MD, assistant professor of neurology and director of the clinic, approximately...
To the Editor.—
While the Wenckebach phenomenon and moderate sinus bradycardia from clonidine had been reported in 1971 by Yeh et al,1 only recently were two cases of atrioventricular block recorded by Kilber and Gazes (238:1930, 1977) and two cases of symptomatic sinus bradycardia recorded by...
The title of this book is misleading. Because the neuroses have traditionally been associated with psychodynamic and psychoanalytic approaches to diagnosis and treatment, at least in American psychiatry, a book titled Neuroses leads one to expect a heavy emphasis on Freud, Abraham, Horney, and...
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