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BREECH PRESENTATION AND PERINATAL MORTALITY; A STUDY OF 6,044 CASES.
Clinical experience with oxidized regenerated cellulose.
Systemic blastomycosis treated with stilbamidine; a preliminary report.
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When the patient suffering from systemic blastomycosis, whose case history will subsequently be described, was admitted to the Veterans Administration Hospital at Ft. Expand
Clinical experience with streptokinase and streptodornase.
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It is demonstrated that the catalytic agent streptokinase and the enzyme desoxyribonuclease, or streptodornase, may be successfully employed as highly useful topical adjuncts to surgical or other treatment of certain acute and chronic infections and in other instances of disease in which clotting of blood or its elements creates a therapeutic problem. Expand
The treatment of erythroblastosis fetaliswith replacement transfusion
Summary One hundred six cases of erythroblastosisfetalis have been treated with exchange transfusion. There were seven deaths, giving an over-all mortality of 6.6 per cent. The indications for earlyExpand
Clinical experience with streptokinase administered buccally; treatment of infection and edema.
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The mechanism initiated by streptokinase by which inflammation and edema are reversed may permit the passage of bacteria from the site of infection to the rest of the body. Expand
Streptomycin in the treatment of tuberculous tenosynovitis.
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An opportunity has been afforded us to treat 2 patients with tuberculous tenosynovitis with streptomycin without surgical measures or immobilization. Expand
Congenital duplication of the stomach.
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Although duplications of the stomach are rare in occurrence, with only a small number having been reported in the literature, they should not be disregarded for practical purposes. Expand
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