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The number of psychopharmacologic agents used in psychiatric and other medical fields has increased tremendously over the years. Their extensive use in outpatient clinics and private offices especially has put these drugs into the common repertoire of practitioners. Most textbooks in the field...
One hundred seventeen unselected women with symptoms of acute cystitis were randomized to groups for immediate therapy with one of the following four single-dose regimens: (1) 1 g of sulfisoxazole; (2) 2 g of sulfisoxazole; (3) a combination of trimethoprim, 160 mg, and sulfamethoxazole, 800 mg;...
Drs Purtilo and Johnson suggest that EBV infection in an immune deficient XX/XY chimeric host could have led to the fatal lymphohistiocytic proliferation in our patient, analogous, perhaps, to the XLP. They base their suggestion on the high incidence of XX/XY chimerism in marmosets,...
A 20-year-old woman was examined for a mediastinal mass detected on chest roentgenograms. Biopsy diagnosis of chronic active hepatitis had been made at age 12 years, three years after an episode of acute infectious hepatitis. Three episodes of significant hemorrhage from esophageal...
To the Editor.—
The β-agonist ritodrine hydrochloride is widely used to delay premature labor. We recently witnessed notable sinus bradycardia after withdrawal of this drug.
Report of a Case.—
A 33-year-old woman was admitted to the gynecologic department on her 33rd week of pregnancy because...
During the past several years, there has been an accumulation of evidence indicating that portable insulin infusion devices have the potential to provide an approximation of normoglycemia in the compliant, insulin-dependent diabetic patient.1-5 The greatest experience with these devices has been...
A community hospital has developed a successful model for establishing affiliated primary care centers in semirural areas without the use of federal or foundation money. Unique features of the program include funding through community stock sales and ultimate control by a community board of...
The demonstration that pneumococcal vaccine protects young, healthy people in unique high-risk settings, such as South African gold mines, hardly justifies licensing the product specifically for use in the elderly or the chronically ill, a population comprising more than 54 million...
Manuscript editors working on as many journals as are published by the American Medical Association must come to hundreds of decisions every day on proper use of abbreviations and symbols, correct punctuation, clear structure of tables, and other aspects of publication style. The AMA wants...
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