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The long-term results of resection for bronchiectasis.
Bronchial Carcinoma Treated with Nitrogen Mustard and Cyclophosphamide
The objective evidence of improvement in patients with bronchial carcinoma treated with nitrogen mustard and cyclophosphamide was assessed and the effect of early " follow-up " treatment on the survival time in the patients who had improved was assessed. Expand
Long-term oxytetracycline (terramycin) therapy in advanced chronic respiratory infections.
The diagnosis and treatment of bronchial carcinoma in the presence of active pulmonary tuberculosis.
Sixteen cases of bronchial carcinoma in association with pulmonary tuberculosis are reported and the possibility of resection in these cases is stressed. Expand
The Importance of Sleeping Posture in the Spread of Pulmonary Tuberculosis
- W. H. Helm
- 1 December 1951
The present investigation is confined to its occurrence in pulmonary tuberculosis, and concludes that gravity in the presence of a cough reflex depressed by sedatives or sleep is the cause of the spread and the explanation of its localization. Expand
Bronchial Asthma and Chronic Bronchitis Treated with Hydrocortisone Acetate Inhalations
Brockbank. W., and Pengelly. C. D. R. (1958). Lancet, 1. 187. Cope. C. L.. and Black, E. (1958). Brit. med. J., 1, 1020. Findeisen. D. G. R. (1958). Allergie u Asthma, 4. 95. Foulds, W. S.. Greaves,… Expand
Inhalation of Hydrocortisone Acetate for Bronchial Asthma
We are indebted to the late Dr. W. J. Dunn, Dr. J. Shafar, and many other doctors for their co-operation; to Dr. G. Behr and Mr. H. Lawrie for carrying out the biochemical estimations; to Dr. J. Edge… Expand
A Comparison of the Toxic and Allergic Reactions Occurring with Streptomycin and Streptoduocin in the Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis
The investigation took place during two consecutive years and patients who completed three months' treatment with either preparation, or in whom treatment had to be stopped because of a reaction, were included in the series. Expand