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Amaurosis fugax followed by retinal infarction occurred as an early manifestation of exacerbation in a 46-year-old woman with allergic angiitis and granulomatosis (Churg-Strauss syndrome). There was evidence of widespread intraluminal branch retinal artery occlusions without accompanying retinal vasculitis. Low molecular weight dextran and heparin, in(More)
From its introduction into Europe in 1640, cinchona bark (and then quinine) was the only reliable antipyretic drug known until, in 1875, the antipyretic action of salicylic acid was discovered. This was followed by a period of intense activity in the examination of the quinine molecule and the synthesis of new febrifuge drugs which would be free from the(More)