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Nuclear medicine, including its cardiovascular application, began many years ago after pioneer experiments by Blumgart and Somma Weiss in 1927, yet it is only in the last 20 years and particularly during the last decade that the technology has been sufficiently developed to be of use to the...
A note of caution—volume 2 of The Whole Pediatrician Catalog is not, repeat not, a remake and has a new author (Stockman) as well. But those who liked the first will not be disappointed in this sequel.
Retaining the flavor of the original, volume 2 is similarly organized, with a new chapter on...
Malignant Melanoma is a fine monograph authored by Alfred Kopf and his colleagues in dermatology at the New York University School of Medicine and with the special input of A. Bernard Ackerman of the Departments of Dermatology and Pathology. The book is an expansion of an extensive review...
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Indianapolis' histoplasmosis outbreak appears to be over, but Indiana University School of Medicine investigators are urging physicians to be alert for long-term sequelae.
The 1978-1979 outbreak claimed 15 lives (JAMA [MEDICAL NEWS] 242:1010, 1979). Before it subsided, 435 histoplasmosis cases...
LUDWIG'S angina is a life-threatening infection of the sublingual and submandibular spaces, first described by Von Ludwig in 1836. Before the widespread use of antibiotics, the disease seems to have occurred relatively frequently, as evidenced by several large series.1,2 In recent years,...
Two patients experienced endogenous Candida endophthalmitis after childbirth. One case was successfully treated with vitrectomy and intravitreal injection of amphotericin B. Although rare, Candida endophthalmitis must be included in the differential diagnosis in the postpartum patient with...
Esmond Ray Long, MD, PhD, died Nov 11, 1979, in Philadelphia at age 89 of natural causes.
A distinguished physician, research scientist, and editor, Long exerted a profound influence on the fields of pulmonary and infectious diseases.
Born in Chicago on June 16, 1890, Long received his PhD in...
To the Editor.—
We would like to support the article by Story and colleagues (242:654, 1979) concerning cardiogenic shock and disopyramide phosphate. We recently had a similar case in one of our patients.
Report of a Case.—
A 63-year-old man was taking digoxin and had a previous history of...
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