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Olympic athletes with hyperactive airways could be at a disadvantage when participating in the Los Angeles games this summer because of the presence of high levels of pollutants in the atmosphere, in the opinion of one of the Australian team physicians.
Considering that the major pollutants,...
The postnatal course of a form of infantile porencephaly under pressure in monkeys was evaluated by comparing brain development between animals that had received the hydrocephalic antenatal vent for intrauterine treatment and those that had not been treated antenatally. Brain development was...
A 37-year-old woman with documented primary aldosteronism died of a cerebral hemorrhage. At postmortem examination she was found to have bilateral, adrenal hyperplasia and nodular basophilic hyperplasia of the anterior and intermediate lobe of the pituitary. Based on these findings and...
Mrs Blue's eyes sparkled whenever she skewered some stupidity or pomposity from her headquarters at the Ward Clerk's desk, Ward 35, Men's Medicine. She saw all, heard all, and knew all that went on at Cook County Hospital.
As I worked my way up the ladder from nurse technician to junior medical...
In 546 women with a first episode of salpingitis, the degree of inflammation of the fallopian tubes, as seen during laparoscopy, was graded into mild, moderate, and severe. The patients were subgrouped according to contraceptive use into (1) reference group (women not using intrauterine...
To the Editor.—
Why did the death by starvation of a tiny male infant afflicted with Down's syndrome and a defective esophagus so stir the soul of a nation? Why, too, have extensive national television, print media, and court attention been devoted to the question, "What are the basic human...
Don't look for any world records to be broken at this summer's Olympic Games in Los Angeles. The pollution level is likely to adversely affect athletic performance. At least, that is the conclusion reached by a number—although by no means all—of the experts in the physiology of exercise....
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