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Early ambulation after myocardial infarction is no longer news. We have taken in our stride the speed with which patients traverse the trajectory of intensive coronary care unit—ward— home.1
It may take longer to adjust to early exercise testing after myocardial infarction, even though this...
A simple method for interpreting and reviewing the anatomy of the coronary arteries as seen on angiograms uses the concept of two imaginary circles around the interventricular and atrioventricular grooves, respectively. The hands and fingers of the viewer are used to represent the various...
Peripheral Neurology, by Liveson and Spielholz, is written for persons who have an understanding of the basic physiology of the lower motor neuron and some fundamental knowledge in the use of routine electrodiagnostic techniques. The first part of the book is a summary of various...
One hears that considerable trouble is now taken to prevent the inhalation of asbestos dust, so therefore the disease is not likely to appear in the future." So proclaimed a British public health official in 1906 concerning the major health problem posed by the fledgling British asbestos...
The title of this book should alert those knowledgeable about medical care that it contains little or no information of practical value. The criteria by which to judge one physician as expert and good and another as inexpert and poor have yet to be agreed on. One can make judgments about...
A MAN was involved in a fight during hospitalization in a state hospital. A chest roentgenogram was obtained, which showed a rib fracture and other features (Fig 1). What are the other features? Answer: emphysema of the chest wall; pneumothorax, left; pneumomediastinum.
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Traveler's diarrhea is a cosmopolitan illness, afflicting tourists in many developing countries. The disease has been most intensively studied in Mexico, principally because there is a huge volume of US visitors to Mexico, approximately 3 million per year, and the local authorities have been...
Sudden death from cardiovascular causes will claim some 400,000 lives in this country during 1980.
By definition of the World Health Organization, these are deaths occurring unexpectedly within six hours of symptom onset in apparently previously healthy persons or in patients considered to be in...
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