The treatment of 51 patients with proven cerebral aneurysms is reviewed.
Intramuscular injections of 10 mg morphine or 100 mg tilidine hydrochloride were administered in a double-blind fashion and in random order to 40 patients after minor surgical operations.
The cytopathology of benign and malignant breast lesions is descriptionbed and correlated with the histopathology.
Fifty healthy mothers, with normal placental function, were anaesthetised with ketamine (2 mg/kg body mass) for Caesarean section.
Metiamide (a histamine H2-receptor antagonist) and propantheline (an anticholinergic) are both inhibitors of gastric acid secretion.
Two patients with salt-losing adrenal hyperplasia are reported.
A quantitative standard of radioactive impulse activity can be determined as an indicator of renal functional ability during renal transplantation and after perfusion by simple methods.
Addiction to opioids has become a widespread disorder, particularly in the USA.
A medical practitioner's formalised education and practical training prior to private practice does not usually include methodology in keeping patients' accounting records.