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Relationship of height to lung volume in healthy men.
Measurements of vital capacity and total lung capacity were made on healthy men of heights up to 206 cm. (81 inches), extending previous measurements on boys and men of average height. In the rangeExpand
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Graded Pulmonary Vascular Changes and Hemodynamic Findings in Cases of Atrial and Ventricular Septal Defect and Patent Ductus Arteriosus
With use of a previously described system of grading, a study was made of the relation between each of the grades of hypertensive pulmonary vascular disease and the hemodynamic findings in the lesserExpand
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Effect of Acetylcholine on Pulmonary Vascular Resistance in a Patient with Idiopathic Pulmonary Hypertension
Necropsy studies in cases of pulmonary hypertension of unknown cause show structural changes in the pulmonary vessels that are called irreversible. Acetylcholine chloride was infused at a rate of 2Expand
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CHRONIC ULCERATIVE COLITIS IN CHILDHOOD
A careful search of the literature has failed to reveal a single article dealing with chronic ulcerative colitis in childhood. Of the five cases to be considered in this paper, four were observed inExpand
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EIGHT YEARS' EXPERIENCE WITH THE KETOGENIC DIET IN THE TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY
As the use of the ketogenic diet in the treatment of epilepsy was started at the Mayo Clinic, it seems well to report at this time on the original series of cases of children who have been observedExpand
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Changes of relative volume and ventilation of the two lungs with change to the lateral decubitus position.
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Assisted ventilation.
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The treatment of pulmonary emphysema and of diffuse pulmonary fibrosis with nebulized bronchodilators and intermittent positive pressure breathing.
Twenty-two patients with chronic pulmonary emphysema were treated for two weeks with oxygen administered by intermittent positive pressure breathing (IPPB) four times daily for 20-minute periods. AExpand
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Relation between Structural Changes in the Small Pulmonary Arteries and the Immediate Reversibility of Pulmonary Hypertension Following Closure of Ventricular and Atrial Septal Defects
The relative importance of organic changes and vasoconstrictive influences in the production of increased pulmonary vascular resistance in congenital heart disease is problematic. With use of aExpand
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