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Hardy et al,1 in their recent article on the incidence rate of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in selected populations, described the difficulties in estimating incidence rates of AIDS. Their calculated data were based on single males aged 15 years or older...
The editors review the status of cardiac transplantation mainly as practiced at the Groote Schuur Hospital and the University of Cape Town Medical School. The contributors are all members of the staff of the Groote Schuur Hospital, and this leads to both the advantages and some disadvantages of...
Child maltreatment is a serious and pervasive problem. Every year, more than a million children in the United States are abused, and between 2,000 and 5,000 die as a result of their injuries. Physicians are in a unique position to detect child abuse and neglect and are mandated by law to report...
Frequent smoking of cannabis (marijuana) has been shown to be associated with a decline in social, mental, and perceptual skills and, during adolescence, with maladaptive emotional development. Urinalysis for the detection of such use can be a useful tool for the physician responsible for...
Congratulations to Dr Steier and several others who wrote expressing the same interpretation. When I initially studied the painting, I had the same thought but decided not to develop it in the essay because of space. Thanks to our readers, it wasn't necessary.
Clinical and biochemical data collected during the Holy Cross College football team hepatitis A outbreak in 1969 suggested that 32 team members had icteric hepatitis, 58 had anicteric illness, and only seven were not infected. Using a currently available radioimmunoassay, we tested stored serum...
The efficacy of high-dose salicylates in reducing the coronary artery involvement of Kawasaki disease was compared in 36 children who received acetylsalicylic acid, 80 to 180 mg/kg/day, and in 18 who did not receive high-dose salicylates during the febrile phase of the disease and whose fever...
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