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Ten patients designated as hepatitis B surface antigen (HBAg) carriers were screened for inappropriate reactions to their disease. Assessment with a 32-item questionnaire showed three carriers to have underreacted to the risks of HBAg transmission through misunderstandings or denial concerning...
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The article concerning the diagnosis of lymphadenopathy in primary care practice by Sheldon Greenfield, MD, and M. Colin Jordan, MD (240:1388, 1978), correctly states that in the workup of persistent enlarged lymph nodes, "after local lesions have been effectively excluded,...
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Not infrequently in the roentgenographic examination of the distal femur has there been identified a so-called exostosis of the medial distal femoral shaft. The congenital supracondylar process of the distal humerus is well known and has been described both in radiologic human...
We too have become concerned with the sensitivity of CT for the diagnosis of subarachnoid hemorrhage. The initial draft of our communication was written 16 months before publication and expressed great enthusiasm for CT diagnosis of subarachnoid hemorrhage. At revision of the proofs six months...
An innovative program at a private psychiatric facility in Des Plaines, Ill, is achieving success in the treatment of drug addiction.
Perhaps the most significant departure from many other treatment approaches is the near-compulsory involvement of the addict's family, friends, and even employers...
THE PAST decade has seen considerable changes in epilepsy management, to which the introduction of new anticonvulsant drugs has contributed. Unfortunately, the ideal drug, one that is long-acting, nonsedative, well-tolerated, useful against various types of seizures, and without a substantive...
We compared the findings from gastric aspiration for blood with the site of gastrointestinal (GI) hemorrhage ultimately identified by endoscopy or angiography in 1,190 patients whose cases were analyzed retrospectively and prospectively during a six-year period. Gastric aspirates were positive...
INCREASINGLY, reports of effective multidrug chemotherapy programs for small cell carcinoma of the lung are describing remission rates of 60% to 90%, prolonged survival,1 and possible cure.2 Results of such multidrug regimens for patients with lung carcinoma of types other than small cell have...
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