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Sports can be painful. Football alone may produce more than 1 million injuries per year. But for a handful of athletes the price is even steeper because they die.
Sudden and unexpected death in young athletes who have not sustained any apparent trauma is a special concern of the National Heart,...
To the Editor.—
The article by Greenberg et al entitled "Physician Opinions on the Use of Antibiotics in Respiratory Infections" (240:650, 1978) concerned itself with the management of 18 common respiratory infections in infants. The discrepancy in the use of antibiotics by family physicians...
How many RBCs per high-power field in a routine urinalysis are notable and warrant further investigation?
Periodic review of a subject frequently taken for granted, eg, microhematuria, is not only appropriate but essential. With improvement of techniques and better understanding of various...
As increasing numbers of Americans return to the United States after attending foreign medical schools, questions must be raised and answered about educational quality and the students' capabilities as they enter our system of medical education and subsequent practice. These returnees have...
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I read with considerable interest the MEDICAL NEWS item "Treatable Brain Diseases in the Elderly" by May Annexton (240:1325, 1978). There is no doubt that correlation between reversibility of brain disease in the elderly does require a better understanding of disease processes....
Legionnaires' disease is apparently a product of the American way of life, agreed researchers attending the recent International Symposium on Legionnaires' disease at the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Atlanta.
The illness is produced by an aerobic Gram-negative bacillus that finds its way...
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