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Interventional Radiology refers to the diagnostic and therapeutic activities of radiologists who manipulate needles, guidewires, catheters, or other instruments into blood vessels, the hepatobiliary system, the urinary tract, and thoracic and abdominal fluid collections and masses. These...
Glucocorticoids are commonly given to patients with global brain ischemia, although their efficacy has not been proved. The database of the Brain Resuscitation Clinical Trial I, a multi-institutional study designed to evaluate the effect of thiopental sodium therapy on neurological outcome...
EVEN AS jambalaya, crawfish pie, and filé gumbo tempted some 14 000 cardiologists and other health professionals in New Orleans, La, during the American Heart Association's (AHA) 62nd Scientific Sessions, the organization was putting the final touches on a controversial food-rating program...
The Obituary Listing of the October 13 issue of JAMA (1989;262:2031) erroneously included James Rankin Duncan, MD, of Pittsburgh, Pa. The Journal regrets the error and any inconvenience its publication may have caused Dr Duncan and his family. The correct obituary is as follows:
IN TWO weeks, JAMA will present the "MDs of the Millennium," the 12 physicians and scientists who, in one medical historian's informed opinion, represented turning points in the development of medicine. There are no representatives from this century, and the last of these great physicians—Robert...
Dr Kaufman argues that support for the use of animals in biomedical research represents a political stance rather than a reflection of scientific necessity. He has chosen the development of the Blalock-Taussig operation for tetralogy of Fallot as an example of how "medical history...
We appreciate the comments of Dr Ravenholt and Dr Kuller. In response to Dr Ravenholt's first point, we are reasonably sure that all our nonsmoking miners were indeed nonsmokers. We defined nonsmokers as persons who never reported smoking one or more cigarettes per day (or any pipes...
The Obituary Listing of the October 20 issue of JAMA (1989;262:2031) erroneously included George James Francis, MD, of Pittsburgh, Pa. The Journal regrets the error and any inconvenience its publication may have caused Dr Francis and his family. The correct obituary is as follows:
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