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On the basis of the data expressed in the world medical literature the Authors examine the syndrome of disseminated intravascular coagulation, discussing the etiopathogenetic motives, the most significant physiopathologic aspects and the diagnostic-differential and therapeutic problems. They conclude pointing out the necessity of including the eventuality… (More)
Total parenteral nutrition constitutes a recent resource of intensive therapy that can be applied to a great number of clinical cases. Its realization however requires precise knowledge of metabolic problems and of possible technical complications. As it is not exempt from risks it must be applied with specific competence and in carefully chosen cases.
The Authors have followed several cases of alcoholic patients and studied their cardiocirculatory conditions, pointing out the fundamental differences between the Anglo-saxon alcoholic described by Evans and the Mediterranean patient observed and studied in our hospitals. Tachycardia, in a subject that presents, at first, a heart of normal dimension, is an… (More)