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—To evaluate measurement of percentage of free prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in serum to improve the specificity of prostate cancer screening in men with serum PSA levels between 4.1 and 10.0 ng/mL.
—Retrospective, nonrandomized analysis using a research assay for...
TWO LONG-AWAITED trials of drugs to treat HIV disease and AIDS are yielding results that may prompt a shift away from using AZT (formally known as zidovudine) monotherapy as a first-line treatment for the viral infection.
Speaking to a standing-room-only crowd at the annual Interscience...
To the Editor.
—I was surprised that the discussion of Wegener's granulomatosis in the Grand Rounds at the National Institutes of Health1 made no mention of the ophthalmic clinical manifestations of this disease. Although the authors listed the eye and orbit as an organ system commonly affected...
A series of studies published between 1980 and 1985 reported that hepatitis B vaccine effectively prevented hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection of adults,1,2 children,3 and infants.4 Recognizing that these discoveries set the stage for control of HBV infection and its associated disease, I, from...
—Dr Flach raises some important points about ocular manifestations of Wegener's granulomatosis. In my original Grand Rounds presentation at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, the various ocular manifestations of Wegener's granulomatosis were discussed. However, because...
Tales in Pursuit of Quality in Health Care is an extraordinarily pragmatic handbook that will serve not only the busiest of health care administrators, quality improvement program managers, quality assessment committee members, and medical staff leaders, but also any clinical provider or office...
—I share Dr Dietrich's sense of irritation with telephone solicitations during the dinner hour and acknowledge that "dinnertime bias" may very well have been one reason why a significant proportion of the respondents to our survey said that they would not like to be reminded when they...
—We appreciate Dr Folts' letter highlighting another possible mechanism by which the intake of fruits and vegetables may protect against the development of stroke. If the chief protective mechanism of flavonoids involves platelet inhibition, the benefit of these compounds might apply...
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