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To the Editor.—
I read with interest the article "Perihepatitis Associated With Salpingitis in Adolescents" (240:1253, 1978) by Iris F. Litt, MD, and Micheal I. Cohen, MD. I have two comments.
Eschenbach and Holmes' have noted a 31% incidence of right upper quadrant tenderness in acute pelvic...
Each of the disciplines in the physical, biological, and social sciences has developed monitoring devices that enable orderly access to its intellectual content. These are the massive indexing and abstracting services, among them, Chemical Abstracts, Engineering Index, and Mathematical Reviews,...
The last complete sentence on page 1384 of the EDITORIAL "Non-A, Non-B Hepatitis" (240:1384-1385, 1978), published in the Sept 22 issue of The Journal, should have indicated that alanine aminotransferase (rather than the less sensitive aspartate aminotransferase) has been suggested for the...
Two hundred sixty-six patients with metastatic nonsquamous carcinoma of unknown origin underwent upper and lower gastrointestinal series, intravenous pyelograms, and chest roentgenograms (CR) for location of a primary cancer site. Of 129 identified primary cancer sites, only 22 were verified...
Consensus for treatment of 'the sickest patients you'll ever see
An estimated 2 million Americans suffer serious burns each year, says the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Of these, about 130,000 are hospitalized and 70,000 require intensive care at a cost exceeding $300 million per year....
To the Editor.—
Dr Aldona Jonaitis' comments (240:736, 1978) on my article "North American Indian Rock Art and Hallucinogenic Drugs" (239:1524, 1978) are appreciated. I trust that my deliberations—which by necessity were confined to an examination of a possible relationship between the rock art...
KAWASAKI disease (mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome) is an acute febrile illness of unknown cause, which is usually seen in young children.1 A young asplenic adult had the features of Kawasaki disease occurring in association with heterophilantibody-negative Epstein-Barr virus infectious...
Extracranial-intracranial arterial bypass is a microneurosurgical procedure recently introduced in the treatment of a variety of cerebrovascular ischemic states. Fifty patients with transient ischemic attacks (TIAs) localized to the distribution of the internal carotid artery underwent this...
To the Editor.—
It is certainly remarkable to make a diagnosis after 3,500 years, but 2,500 would probably be just as good. On the cover of the July 14, 1978, issue of The Journal, the age of 3,500 years was ascribed to the mummy of Harwa, the storekeeper in the Temple of Amun, and the same...
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