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To the Editor.—
I wish to clarify minor inaccuracies in an interesting report entitled "Caustic Burns From Contact With Wet Cement."1 The word cement in the title and case studies should probably be replaced with concrete, since cement per se is unlikely to be used in construction without the...
In 1985, breast cancer will be diagnosed in approximately 120,000 women; in 90% of these women, the disease will apparently be limited to the breast and axillary lymph nodes. Despite advances in early diagnosis and primary treatment with surgery, radiation therapy, or both, more than a third of...
To the Editor.—
Dr Mayhew's comment on the medicolegal jeopardy of the word "inadvertent" is timely.1 As a director of a physician-operated insurance company, I heartily agree we should exclude that word from our vocabulary. However, a recent decision by the Supreme Court of Oklahoma may be...
Four hundred ninety-seven patients were identified as having been treated for cysticercosis at four hospitals in Los Angeles during the 11-year period 1973 through 1983. Eleven deaths were recorded. Over 90% of these patients were Hispanics in productive age groups; the majority were Mexican by...
How "what you eat may affect the way you act" was the theme of a conference convened by the American Medical Association, the International Life Sciences Institute, and the Nutrition Foundation. "Diet and Behavior: A Multidisciplinary Evaluation" attracted a group of about 275 scientists, who...
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Rubin et al1 reported a case of fatal fulminant hepatitis caused by herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 2 in a previously healthy young woman. It may not be coincidental that the patient had been taking oral contraceptives. We reported a similar case of disseminated HSV-2 infection...
This multiauthored monograph is devoted to those factors that will produce or prevent psychological abuse in children or adolescents who are undergoing medical or surgical treatment on an inpatient or outpatient basis.
As several of the authors point out, helping children through procedures will...
LYMPHOMATOID granulomatosis (LYG) is a disease entity that shares clinical and histological features with several lesions that affect the lung. The basic histological characteristics of these lesions consist of a combination of granulomatosis and destructive angiitis.1,2 Our experience with six...
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