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We examined the effect of state and federal legislative actions on the incidence of human salmonellosis associated with pet turtles. Using the Salmonella Surveillance System of the Center for Disease Control, we identified Salmonella serotypes that were and were not specifically turtle...
Fifty-three patients receiving antineoplastic chemotherapy who had experienced severe nausea and vomiting refractory to standard antiemetic agents were treated with Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). These patients were given THC 8 to 12 hours before, during, and for 24 hours after chemotherapy. Ten...
Elsewhere in this issue (p 1239), Alexander deplores the attitudes of some physicians to the deceptive practices of their patients. He is particularly concerned with the acquiescence of physicians to exaggeration or falsification of symptoms in compensation cases or in any other setting in which...
Two occupational inhalants are definitely associated with an increased risk of death from coronary artery disease among employees who are exposed to them:
Viscose rayon workers, who inhale carbon disulfide, have an excessive, apparently dose-related risk of mortality from coronary artery...
To the Editor.—
Although pancreatitis resulting from trauma may be severe, relatively minor trauma may produce mild pancreatitis manifested only by transient abdominal pain and hyperamylasemia. We have recently observed a patient with mild, recurrent, unintentionally self-inflicted traumatic...
The presence of hypernatremia in patients with hepatic failure has not received major attention. We examined the records of 25 patients admitted to the hospital with decompensated liver disease (usually Laënnec's cirrhosis) and found hypernatremia in 15. Probable causes include increased...
This book was edited by Erich Lindemann's wife, Elizabeth, a conjoint venture that started before his death in 1974. It consists of a series of previously published articles, some in their original form, others edited, and some from lectures and talks never published, covering a span of more...
TOLMETIN sodium has been associated with anaphylactic reaction.1 The following case describes anaphylactoid reaction with rechallenge.
Report of a Case
A 51-year-old man with a history of neurodermatitis treated with topical triamcinolone acetonide suffered a pulled rectus abdominalis muscle...
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