Milton B Kress

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It is less than a score of years (1941)’ since the first confirmatory bronchial biopsy was obtained from a case of pulmonary sarcoidosis. The literature concerning means of effecting a diagnosis in this pleomorphic, often systemic disease, is voluminous. In three large series including a combined study from the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Massachusetts(More)
change and contrast media are improved, one is tempted to assemble the various findings and correlate them with the known pathologic alterations in chronic bronchitis and pulmonary emphysema. The following text and illustrations deal with certain aspects of morphologic findings as seen by the clinician in the course of a pulmonary study. This study is based(More)
Carbarsone is an arsenic compound and has been used for a number of years in the treatment of amebic dysentery. It is the trade name for p-carbamino phenyl-arsonic acid (H2O: As.C6H4NHCONH2) which was first prepared by Ehrlich. It is a white, crystalline, odorless solid, stable in air, with a slightly acid taste, and is practically insoluble in water, but(More)
P ULMONARY EMBOLISM MAY BE ATTRIButed to foreign objects, fat, oil, air, and other unusual conditions; however, the usual contributing factor is related to cardiovascular thrombosis, of which the common and frequent cause is venous thrombosis. Pulmonary embolism and its effects cannot be understood without considering venous thrombosis, the common source of(More)