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The natural history of pacemaker wires.
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The production, origin and role of dehydroepiandrosterone and delta 5-androstenediol as androgen prehormones in hirsute women.
ABSTRACT Blood production rates (PB) of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and Δ5-androstenediol (Δ5-diol) were measured in a group of 22 women with hirsutism. The averaged 14.9 mg/day (2½ times normal),Expand
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Idioventricular Rhythm in Acute Myocardial Infarction
An ectopic ventricular rhythm (IVR) with a rate of 60 to 100/min was detected in 36 of 100 consecutive patients with acute myocardial infarction by constant monitoring of the electrocardiogram. ThisExpand
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Follow-up of implanted pacemakers.
Summary A waveform analysis clinic augmented by telephone transmission of pacemaker interval in the late stages of pacemaker life will yield a considerable amount of information and will permitExpand
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Abstract A new cardiac catheter has been developed that obviates the need for the reintroduction of special catheters to perform different functions. The catheter measures all cardiovascularExpand
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Antiarrhythmic drugs in the prevention of ventricular arrhythmias related to paired pacing.
Excerpt Despite the advent of coronary care units and more aggressive management of the patient with acute myocardial infarction, the mortality rate due to the cardiogenic-shock—low-output failure ...
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Idiopathic hirsutism--an ovarian abnormality.
We investigated increased production of testosterone and androstenedione in 44 women with unexplained adult-onset hirsutism, 41 of whom had normal-sized ovaries. Twenty women in this group had atExpand
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Concurrence of aldosterone, androgen, and cortisol secretion in adrenal venous effluents.
Adrenal effluent concentrations of aldosterone were measured along with testosterone, androstenedione, and cortisol in 17 women with idiopathic hirsutism. In the basal state, aldosterone secretionExpand
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