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EXTRAHEPATIC complications of confirmed hepatitis A infection are uncommon and, with the exception of hepatic encephalopathy, have not included CNS involvement.1-3 Cases of encephalitis presumed to be due to hepatitis A were previously reported before laboratory confirmation of hepatitis A...
In most countries of the world, breast cancer remains the most serious malignant neoplasm of women. During the first half of the 20th century, the radical mastectomy of Halsted was the "gold standard" by which any new treatment method was evaluated. In the latter half of this century it is clear...
The usefulness of the results of serial cultures of synovial fluid in assessing the response to medical therapy of acute bacterial joint infections was examined. A five-year retrospective survey disclosed 32 synovial fluid culture-proved cases of septic arthritis in adults. Thirteen of the...
From correspondence received subsequent to the publication of our article on "The Treatment of Cutaneous Malignancies With Irradiation," it appears necessary to stress the point made in the article that proper protraction and selection of a well-filtered, high-quality beam leads to...
Dr Craig's comments on the EOA are pertinent and relevant. It is clear that the esophageal obturator is, as he states, an esophageal blocker primarily and that the airway component of it is akin to that of a nasopharyngeal tube. The fact that the two are combined would, in my...
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In July 1978, while in California, a 41-year-old woman noted the gradual onset of pain in both knees, spreading to her feet and lower back over a period of weeks. In November,...
Most types of joint inflammation can be controlled with empirical therapies, but only in septic joint inflammation is there an opportunity for cure. The retrospective analysis of 32 culture-proved cases of hematogenous septic arthritis in men by Ho and Su in this issue of The Journal (p 797)...
Dr Baker and Ms Rest expound the view that has led to the elaborate testing programs and the extensive search for possible carcinogens by federal agencies in recent years. The council report on carcinogen regulation to which they refer challenges the wisdom of investing too many of...
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