Constance Lee Menefee

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Properties of a population of carbenicillin- and gentamicin-resistant, tobramycin-susceptible Pseudomonas aeruginosa at Veteran's Administration Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, have been followed during a 16-month period. As originally described, the strains were isolated from patients with urinary tract colonizations and were predominantly Parke-Davis(More)
Aphasia is an “acquired disorder of previously intact language ability secondary to brain disease.” 1 Aphasia may affect the production of, or comprehension of, speech, as well as the ability to read or write. According to current accepted estimates, one million people in the United States and an additional one million in the rest of the world have aphasia.(More)
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