J J Streifler

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Empyema of the left pleural cavity developed suddenly in a nonalcoholic cirrhotic patient. Cultures of the pleural fluid under anaerobic conditions grew Clostridium perfringens, an organism normally found in the enteric flora. The infection developed in an old pleural effusion. Since there was no evidence of trauma, necrotizing pneumonitis or subphrenic(More)
Undiagnosed myocardial infarction of the right ventricle presented as Dressler's syndrome. Radioisotopic diagnostic procedures including first-pass and multigated acquisition nuclear angiography ( MUGA ) and thallium-201 perfusion studies enabled a retroactive diagnosis of myocardial infarction, showed it to be in the right ventricle, and clarified the(More)
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