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A 62-year-old man had necrolytic migratory erythema in association with hyperglucagonemia and multiple hepatic tumors. A diagnosis of metastatic glucagonoma was made. He was treated with human lymphoblastoid interferon given subcutaneously in the dose of 2.8 to 7.1 X 10(6) IU/day. This produced a considerable fall in plasma glucagon and resolution of the(More)
Twenty-nine patients with osteoarthritis of the hip and/or knee(s) were entered into an 8-week, open, parallel group study of sulindac (400 mg daily) and piroxicam (20 mg daily). The results showed that both drugs produced improvements in the patients' overall condition with a trend for sulindac to be superior to piroxicam. There was no difference between(More)
In a double-blind parallel group randomised study 191 patients with acute sprains and strains of ankle, hip, shoulder or knees were treated with either 400 mg sulindac or 1200 mg ibuprofen per day for 4 days; of these, 176 completed the trial. Spontaneous pain (day and night), pain on active movement, swelling and tenderness were assessed before and after(More)
Ninety-five geriatric patients with osteoarthritis of the hip and/or knee were entered into an open parallel group study of sulindac (400 mg/day) and naproxen (500 mg/day), both given in twice-daily regimens. Patients received the drugs for 12 weeks. Both drugs produced improvements in the patients' overall condition. There were no statistically significant(More)
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