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—Using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique, we found evidence of cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA in paraffin-block sections of lesions of alopecia areata.
Our interest in this association was first aroused by a 15-year-old male patient who developed sore throat, arthralgias,...
Physical Diagnosis: Bedside Evaluation of Diagnosis and Function was written on the premise that "the human interaction of diagnostician and subject, of healer and patient, must not be undermined by inadequate preparation of the early learner or incomplete maintenance of skills by the...
—To assess the efficacy and safety of lowering dietary intake of total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol to decrease low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) levels in children.
—Six-center randomized controlled clinical trial.
—Prepubertal boys (n=362)...
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—The article by Dr Ridker and colleagues1 associates alcohol consumption with plasma levels of tissuetype plasminogen activator (t-PA) antigen. An accompanying Editorial2 illustrated the problem of complex situations and oversimplified interpretations. Weighing the benefits and...
A TOTALLY new step in vaccine development is nearing clinical trials and, if successful, is headed for clinical practice.
The new work may open the way to preventing diseases such as hepatitis C, tuberculosis, malaria, and those caused by the herpes simplex and human papilloma viruses—and even...
For well over 3000 years, members of our species have talked, written, and at times even thought long and hard over questions like "Why do we name things/ behaviors good?" or "What is it to be moral?" Before and since Plato, classical philosophers have not had to bother with the present...
MEDICAL STUDENTS and primary care residents may not be receiving enough training in preventing disease.
Two sessions at the 12th annual preventive medicine meeting, Prevention 95, held in New Orleans, La, focused on the teaching of preventive medicine in medical school and primary care...
THE SUBJECT of professional boundaries (and boundary violations) has received a great deal of recent attention in the psychiatric literature.1-5 The emphasis on defining guidelines for professional conduct has expanded beyond the confines of ethics committees and has worked its way into...
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