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Benign stenosis of the trachea.
Blood Transfusion in Irradiation Hemorrhage.
LXXIX Benign Stenosis of the Trachea
Benign stenosis of the trachea is described in most texts as usually luetic in origin. The fact that this has been only rarely encountered in bronchoscopic examinations during the past few years has… Expand
Bronchiogenic carcinoma. I. A pathologic clinical correlative study of full-size monts from operated carcinomas.
CHOICE OF OPERATION IN THE TREATMENT OF BRONCHOGENIC CARCINOMA. (A REVIEW OF 813 CASES OF WHICH 209 WERE TREATED BY RESECTION).
T HE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF BRONchogenic carcinoma was seldom, if ever, attempted in western Michigan until after World War II, when the practice of thoracic surgery was established in this area.… Expand
The causes of death from total body irradiation; an analysis of the present status after fifteen years of study.
Pneumonectomy, lobectomy and segmental resection.
Traumatic rupture of a papillary muscle of the heart. Report of a case.
Grand Rapids, Michigan RUPTURE OF A PAPILLARY MUSCLE OF the heart is a rarely recorded event. Most cases arc secondary to myocardial infarction. We recently encountered a case in which the mptum was… Expand
SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF CARDIAC ARREST OCCURRING TWICE IN THE SAME PATIENT. REPORT OF A CASE.
The physiology of intravascular coagulation in health and disease: with reference to safeguards and hazards in the prophylactic and therapeutic use of heparin and dicumarol.