A study was conducted to determine whether the speed and degree of acclimatization achieved with the climatic room procedure were affected by different amounts of water intake, salt replacement, or both.
An unusual case of coarctation of the thoracic aorta situated just proximal to the diaphragm, which was successfully treated surgically, is presented, with a short review of the literature on the subject.
The results of 2213 consecutive brain scans were compared with those of cerebral angiography, electroencephalography (EEG), lumbar puncture, air encephalography (AEG) and X-ray examinations of the skull.
This is an attempt to provide general practitioners with a simple scheme for classifying marital problems commonly encountered, and to indicate action to be taken in particular circumstances. Special types of marital problems, usually unrecognized or misinterpreted, are discussed.