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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is about to leave the strictly experimental realm and—at least to a degree—enter the clinical world of two mediumsized hospitals in Central Missouri. The state's Health Facilities Review Committee (HFRC) has granted Columbia Regional Hospital and Boone Hospital...
The tragic mistake of several young drug abusers has led scientists at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to develop a unique animal model of Parkinson's disease. The animals are rhesus monkeys, and their parkinsonism is produced with 1-methyl4-phenyl-1,2,5,6-tetrahydropyridine...
Although the recent renewed interest in cellular oncogenes has forced certain viruses known to be associated with cancer from the limelight, research on these agents is quietly yielding dividends. In fact, according to reports aired at a recent American Cancer Society seminar in San Diego,...
Evidence that immunization of infants with hepatitis B vaccine is effective was reported at the recent annual meeting of the American Gastroenterological Association in Washington, DC, by Cladd Stevens, MD, of the New York Blood Center, New York City. Stevens has studied more than 400 children...
Complete clinical recovery from active hepatitis B (HBV) viral infection is no guarantee that the disease will not recur if the experience of a group of investigators at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is any guide.
Of 25 patients seen at the NIH's Clinical Center with a history of...
The standard for diagnosis of depression in the United States is the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III). To ascertain which DSM criteria patients meet and to assess their symptoms, psychiatrists often rely on psychodiagnostic...
To the Editor.—
The recent article entitled "Mechanisms of Gene Evolution" by Leder (1982;248:1582) details the remarkable achievements that have been made in molecular genetics. However, the article content is based on the assumption that gene evolution is a fact and not an unprovable theory....
To the Editor.—
In an article entitled "Reliability and Validity of American Medical Association's Guide to Ratings of Permanent Impairment" by D. S. Gloss, PhD, and M. G. Wardle, PhD (1982;248:2292), the authors close with a cautionary note on malingering, stating that their rating "scale is...
To the Editor.—
We are beginning to see certain clinical situations wherein captopril therapy has been temporally associated with the development of acute renal failure.1,2 For the most part, these observations have been made in persons exhibiting serious degrees of renal artery stenosis in the...
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