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Fever of obscure origin. Diagnosis and treatment based on a series of sixty cases.
Abstract The signs, symptoms and laboratory results in sixty patients with fever of obscure origin are presented. The diagnosis was established in thirteen patients with infections, eight withExpand
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Obstructive-type jaundice due to chlorpromazine (thorazine); report of three cases.
Chlorpromazine (Thorazine) (10-[γ-dimethylaminopropyl]-2-chlorophenothiazine hydrochloride) has become an extremely popular and widely used drug in all fields of medicine and surgery. The remarkableExpand
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The hereditary occurrence of testes and absence of sexual hair in amenorrheic women: a type of pseudohermaphroditism.
HERMAPHRODITISM has intrigued man from time immemorial. Innumerable references to the subject have appeared in both medical and nonmedical literature. Although the great majority of such cases areExpand
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Chlorpromazine jaundice; clinical course, hepatic-function tests, and pathologic findings; summary of twenty cases.
Jaundice due to chlorpromazine (Thorazine) hydrochloride has been reported in more than 120 cases in the medical literature. Since our original report of 3 cases, 1 we have seen 17 additionalExpand
The treatment and prophylaxis of subacute bacterial endocarditis.
Gram-negative bacteremia of long duration. Clinical study of 29 patients.
Presented in part at the Eleventh Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, American Society for Microbiology, Atlantic City, New Jersey, October 19,1971. Bacteremia caused byExpand
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