Shaul Leiman

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In the past 3 years, percutaneous catheter drainage (PCD) was performed for 24 abdominal and retroperitoneal abscesses while open surgical drainage (OSD) was used for treatment of 24 similar abscesses at the affiliated hospitals of UMDNJ-Rutgers Medical School. Although the method of treatment was arbitrarily selected by the attending physician, the two(More)
Using a double-blind crossover design, we studied the effect of tolazamide, an orally administered sulfonylurea, in 11 patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, poorly controlled on 40 units/day or more of insulin; all had previously failed to respond adequately to oral hypoglycemic agents and diet. In addition, six nondiabetic sex-, age-, and(More)