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A NEW SURGICAL PROCEDURE, a growth factor, and a new laser could be a boon to ophthalmology, if their research promise holds out. Many ophthalmologists are optimistic. They hope that adding these tools to their physician's bag will improve the ophthalmic surgeon's ability to change the shape of...
AS MORE and more medical specialties are incorporating laser techniques into their armamentarium, some of the leading advocates are standing back to survey where the laser field is going.
One indisputable fact is that the medical community's enthusiasm for laser medicine is growing. One...
WHAT IS the laser's future?
John Parrish, MD, professor of dermatology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, and director, Wellman Research Laboratories, is among those who are pondering that question. He observes that, until recently, physicians had to adapt laser systems originally designed for...
WHERE THERE'S SMOKE there's... likely to be an increased risk for some disease. Recently stroke was added to the list of diseases and medical events linked to cigarette smoking.
The link, forged by the Framingham Heart Study, was reported at the 12th International Joint Conference on Stroke and...
LESS IS MORE is the early word from the latest and largest aspirin trial. The preliminary results of the United Kingdom Transient Ischemic Attack/Aspirin Trial (UK TIA)—the first large study to evaluate low-dose against high-dose aspirin—indicate that 300 mg of aspirin daily is just as effective...
WHILE CLINICAL investigators continue their empirical search for the optimum aspirin dose to prevent thrombogenesis, basic researchers have been looking at the effect of aspirin on two prostaglandins that are instrumental in clot formation.
Laboratory studies have determined that aspirin...
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