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MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS

MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS occurrence of UNITED STATES quent strains during terramycin therapy pathogenic of hemolytic var. the Staphylococcus aureus; infections pyogenes for which were they apparently included responsible staphylo- A.M.A. Arch. Internal Medicine, Chicago coccal pneumonia, endocarditis with embolie and phenomena, 89:171-352 1952 staphylococcal In some instances (Feb.) dysentery. vomiting and/or diarrhea was severe to interfere with Walter Control of That enough Reed: "He Gave to Man Dreadful terramycin therapy, Scourge— Yellow Fever." W. B. and this was a factor most Bean.—p. major in of the fatal cases. of Studies Fluid, in Acute In¬ Electrolyte, and Nitrogen Balance Renal T. T. M. A. J. and G. L. Iseri, Boyle B. Myers. Viremia sufficiency. Batchelor, in Anemia and the Virus of Newcastle Dis¬ Hemolytic —p. ease.—A case of acute anemia with hemolytic autohemagglu- Practical of Fluid and in Control Electrolyte Balance Carbon Tetra- tinative vascular is which phenomena reported in the virus of of Cases. R. Partenheimer and D. S. chloride Nephrosis: Report C. Newcastle disease was 216. (avian pneumoencephalitis) isolated from Citron.—p. Metabolism Diet: in Electrolyte During Rice I. Serum Electrolytes Hyper¬ the blood patient's after the acute of her illness shortly phase Without of Advanced tensive Patients Evidence http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS

JAMA , Volume 149 (2) – May 10, 1952

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1952 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1952.02930190095032
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Abstract

MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS occurrence of UNITED STATES quent strains during terramycin therapy pathogenic of hemolytic var. the Staphylococcus aureus; infections pyogenes for which were they apparently included responsible staphylo- A.M.A. Arch. Internal Medicine, Chicago coccal pneumonia, endocarditis with embolie and phenomena, 89:171-352 1952 staphylococcal In some instances (Feb.) dysentery. vomiting and/or diarrhea was severe to interfere with Walter Control of That enough Reed: "He Gave to Man Dreadful terramycin therapy, Scourge— Yellow Fever." W. B. and this was a factor most Bean.—p. major in of the fatal cases. of Studies Fluid, in Acute In¬ Electrolyte, and Nitrogen Balance Renal T. T. M. A. J. and G. L. Iseri, Boyle B. Myers. Viremia sufficiency. Batchelor, in Anemia and the Virus of Newcastle Dis¬ Hemolytic —p. ease.—A case of acute anemia with hemolytic autohemagglu- Practical of Fluid and in Control Electrolyte Balance Carbon Tetra- tinative vascular is which phenomena reported in the virus of of Cases. R. Partenheimer and D. S. chloride Nephrosis: Report C. Newcastle disease was 216. (avian pneumoencephalitis) isolated from Citron.—p. Metabolism Diet: in Electrolyte During Rice I. Serum Electrolytes Hyper¬ the blood patient's after the acute of her illness shortly phase Without of Advanced tensive Patients Evidence

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 10, 1952

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