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A reliable predictive test to identify perimenopausal women who are vulnerable to the adverse effects of severe estrogen deficiency may be useful in deciding for whom and when to begin estrogen replacement therapy. Primate models were employed to determine (1) whether short-term treatment with...
In the Sept 20, 1985, issue of The Journal, an error occurred in the Letter to the Editor entitled "Evidence for a 1980 HTLV-III Infection in a Currently Asymptomatic B Hemophiliac in Italy" (1985;254:1449-1450). On page 1450, under "Report of a Case," the last sentence of the first paragraph...
An error occurred in the article entitled "Growth in the International Physician Supply: 1950 Through 1979," published in the June 7 issue of The Journal (1985;253:3129-3132). In Table 1, the first two numbers in the column labeled "%" should have been 92 and 181 (not 96 and 223).
This article summarizes the report of a comprehensive review by the American Medical Association (AMA) of the medical standards for civilian airmen. The present standards were promulgated by the Federal Aviation Administration in 1959; the alcoholism and cardiovascular standards were revised in...
Nearly a decade ago, I proposed the term "estrogen withdrawal syndrome" to emphasize the importance of health and well-being and socioeconomic impacts during and after the transition of menopause.1 While menopause is a component of the complex process of aging, a well-recognized set of...
Drs Jørgensen and Rosenberg have raised a number of questions about application of our prediction algorithms to recovery from nontraumatic coma.1
The letter cites Dr Black's2 reservations about the usefulness of predictive techniques derived from retrospective data but does not...
Evoked potential tests have assumed an increasing importance in the practice of a number of specialties, but mostly in neurology. The surprisingly rapid growth in popularity of these procedures seems to have outstripped the care and circumspection that should be exercised when accepting a...
An error occurred in the article entitled "Drake, the Many-Sided Physician," published in the Oct 18 issue of The Journal (1985;254:2117-2119). The author, Arthur G. King, was incorrectly cited in the footnotes on page 2117 as a retired physician. Dr King still practices medicine in Cincinnati.
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