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CONTENTS 


Introduction 


List of Journals Indexed 


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ABRIDGED INDEX MEDICUS Subject Section 


Author Section 


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INTRODUCTION TO ABRIDGED INDEX MEDICUS 


The Abridged Index Medicus (AIM) is designed to afford rapid 
access to selected biomedical journal literature of immediate interest 
to the practicing physician. 


Each issue contains citations from about 120 English-language 
journals, representing a subset of one month's input into the 
National Library of Medicine's computer-based MEDLARS® 
(Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System). In the selec- 
tion of materials for indexing, the National Library of Medicine 
(NLM) is advised by a chartered committee of distinguished physi- 
cians, medical editors, and medical librarians. This group, the 
Literature Selection Technical Review Committee (LSTRC), meets 
three times a year to review new titles, and periodically to re- 
examine current titles. Consideration was given to the quality of 
the journals, usefulness of journal content for the medical prac- 
titioner, and the need for providing coverage in the fields of clinical 
medicine. In some fields, where there are more high-quality 
journals than could be included in the bibliography, consideration 
was given to the availability of the journals to the American 
practitioner. In limiting the size of AJM it was necessary to omit 
many excellent publications. On those occasions when a physician's 
interests require a scanning of the literature that is not contained 
in AIM, he may turn to the full Index Medicus® and to numerous 
other bibliographic sources. 


Journal issues do not arrive at the National Library of Medicine 
with perfect regularity, nor is it possible to maintain a precise 
schedule for indexing. Therefore, a given month's AJM may con- 
tain citations to articles from more than one issue of a monthly 
journal, or a journal may not be covered in a given issue of AJM. 


USING ABRIDGED INDEX MEDICUS 


Subject Headings 


Input to MEDLARS begins with the indexing of journal articles. 
The content of each article is analyzed and described by a group 


of terms (subject headings) selected from Medical Subject Headings 
(MeSH®), the National Library of Medicine's authority list of 
technical terms. The bibliographic citations in Abridged Index 
Medicus appear under those subject headings. An acquaintance with 
MeSH will help the user of AJM determine which specific headings 
to consult. 


When articles are indexed, the most specific term available in 
MeSH is used. Thus, if an article were concerned with aortic co- 
arctation, it would be indexed under that term, rather than the 
broader HEART DEFECTS, CONGENITAL. Under the latter 
term, one would find only: (a) articles dealing with congenital heart 
defects generally; (b) those that deal in a very general way with 
a large number of named congenital heart defects; and (c) those 
that deal with specific congenital heart defects that have not been 
separately listed in MeSH. 


The physician who is interested in one concept may find that 
the broader term is also worth examining for articles of possible 
interest. Although one may be interested primarily in the etiology 
of aortic coarctation, reports on the general subject of the etiology 
of congenital heart defects may be useful. The user who wants 
information on some aspect of therapy for congenital heart defects 
in pediatric practice would certainly want not only the general 
materials that would appear under HEART DEFECTS, CON- 
GENITAL, but also those concerned with specific congenital 
heart defects. 


Monthly issues of Abridged Index Medicus are arranged in two 
sections: Subject Section and Author Section. 


Subject Section 


Each article cited in AJM will be found under several subject 
headings which represent the central concept of the articles. The 


citation appears in full under each subject heading. Each citation 
contains the following elements, in order: title of article; first 
author; journal title abbreviation; date of issue; volume number; 
issue, part or supplement; and inclusive pagination. 


Example: 


The post-transcriptional regulator Rex of the human 
T-cell leukemia virus type I is present as nucleolar 
speckles in infected cells. Nosaka T, et al. Exp 
Cell Res 1995 Jul;219(1):122-9 


The above citation appears under six subject headings: 


CELL NUCLEOLUS 
GENE PRODUCTS, REX 
HIV-1 

HTLV-I 
LYMPHOCYTES 
NUCLEAR PROTEINS 


In the citations, under each of the subject headings, only the first 
author's name appears. For names of other authors, refer to the 
Author section. 


Journal titles are abbreviated; the full title may be found by 
reference to the abbreviation listing starting on the next page. 


Author Section 


References in the Author Section cite authors’ names; title of 
article; journal title abbreviation; date of issue; volume number; 
issue, part or supplement; and inclusive pagination. 


Example: 


Saint S, Bent S, Vittinghoff E, Grady D. Anti- 
biotics in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 
exacerbations. A meta-analysis. JAMA 1995 Mar 
22-29;273(12):957-60 


Effective with articles published in 1996, the National Library 
of Medicine increased the number of author names in /ndex 
Medicus from 10 to 25. If there are more than 25 authors for an 
article, the 25 names listed will be the first 24 named authors and 
the last author in the sequence. All authors listed between the 24th 
and the final author will be represented by "et al." The complete 
citation is printed only under the first author's name; names of the 
second through the twenty-fifth author are cross-referenced to the 
full citation under the first author's name, thus: 


Vacek JL, Dittmeier G, Chiarelli T, White J, Bell 
HH. Comparison of lovastatin (20 mg) and 
nicotinic acid (1.2 g) with either drug alone for 
type II hyperlipoproteinemia. Am J Cardiol 1995 
Jul 15;76(3): 182-4 


Dittmeier G see Vacek JL 
Chiarelli T see Vacek JL 
White J see Vacek JL 
Bell HH see Vacek JL 


Users of Abridged Index Medicus are invited to send comments 
and suggestions to: 


Donald A.B. Lindberg, M.D. 
Editor-in-Chief, Index Medicus 
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LIST OF JOURNALS INDEXED 


A 


ACADEMIC MEDICINE (WASHINGTON DC) 
Acad Med 


AJR. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF 
ROENTGENOLOGY (RESTON VA) 
AJR Am J 


AMERICAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN (KANSAS CITY 


AMERICAN HEART JOURNAL (ST. LOUIS MO) 
Am Heart J 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY (NEW 
YORK NY) 
Am J Cardiol 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION 
(BETHESDA MD) 
Am J Clin Nutr 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL 
PATHOLOGY (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Am J Clin Pathol 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL 
SCIENCES (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Am J Med Sci 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE (NEWTON 
MA) 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING (NEW YORK 
NY) 
Am J Nurs 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY (ST. LOUIS MO) 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY 
(CHICAGO IL) 
Am J 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY 
(BETHESDA MD) 
Am J Pathol 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE 
AND REHABILITATION (BALTIMORE MD) 
Am J Phys Med Rehabil 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY 
(WASHINGTON DC) 
Am J Psychiatry 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 
(WASHINGTON DC) 
Am J Public Health 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND 
CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE (NEW YORK NY) 
Am J Respir Crit Care Med 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY (NEWTON 
MA) 
Am J Surg 

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE 
AND HYGIENE (MCLEAN VA) 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 


ANAESTHESIA (LONDON) 
Anaesthesia 


— AND ANALGESIA (BALTIMORE 
) 
Anesth Analg 
ANESTHESIOLOGY (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Anesthesiology 


—s OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE (IRVING 
) 
Ann Emerg Med 


ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE 
(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Ann Intern Med 


ANNALS OF OTOLOGY, RHINOLOGY AND 
LARYNGOLOGY (ST. LOUIS MO) 
Ann Otol Rhinol 


ANNALS OF SURGERY (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Ann Surg 


ANNALS OF THORACIC SURGERY (NEW YORK 
NY) 
Ann Thorac Surg 


ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY (CHICAGO IL) 
Arch Dermatol 


ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD 
(LONDON) 
Arch Dis Child 


ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD. 
FETAL AND NEONATAL EDITION (LONDON) 
Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 


ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 
(WASHINGTON DC) 
Arch Eaviron Health 


ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY 
(CHICAGO IL) 


ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE (CHICAGO 
IL) 
Arch Intern Med 


ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY (CHICAGO IL) 
Arch Neurol 


ARCHIVES OF OPHTHALMOLOGY (CHICAGO 
IL) 
Arch Ophthalmol 


ARCHIVES OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY — HEAD 
AND NECK SURGERY (CHICAGO IL) 
Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 


ARCHIVES OF PATHOLOGY AND LABORATORY 
MEDICINE (CHICAGO IL) 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 


ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS AND ADOLESCENT 
MEDICINE (CHICAGO IL) 
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 

ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND 
REHABILITATION (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 

ARCHIVES OF SURGERY (CHICAGO IL) 
Arch Surg 

ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM 


(PHILALDELPHIA PA) 
Arthritis Rheum 


BLOOD (DULUTH MN) 
Blood 

BMJ (LONDON) 
BMJ 

BRAIN (OXFORD) 
Brain 


BRITISH JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNAECOLOGY (OXFORD) 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 


BRITISH JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY (LONDON) 
Br J Radiol 


BRITISH JOURNAL OF RHEUMATOLOGY 
(LONDON) 
Br J Rheumatol 


BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY (GUILDFORD) 
Br J Surg 


Cc 


CA: A CANCER JOURNAL FOR CLINICIANS 
(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
CA Cancer J Clin 


CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL 
(OTTAWA) 
Can Med Assoc J 


CANCER (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Cancer 

CHEST (NORTHBROOK IL) 
Chest 


CIRCULATION (DALLAS TX) 
Circulation 


CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED 
RESEARCH (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Clin Orthop 

CLINICAL PEDIATRICS (OSSINING NY) 
Clin Pediatr (Phila) 


CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AND 
THERAPEUTICS (ST. LOUIS MO) 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 


CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE (BALTIMORE MD) 
Crit Care Med 


CURRENT PROBLEMS IN SURGERY (ST. LOUIS 


MO) 
Curr Probl Surg 


D 


DIABETES (ALEXANDRIA VA) 
Diabetes 


DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES (NEW 
YORK NY) 
Dig Dis Sci 


DiSEASE-A-MONTH (ST.LOUIS MO) 
Dis Mon 


E 


ENDOCRINOLOGY (BALTIMORE MD) 
Endocrinology 


G 


GASTROENTEROLOGY (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Gastroenterology 


GERIATRICS (DULUTH MN) 
Geriatrics 


GUT (LONDON) 
Gut 


HEART (LONDON) 
Heart 


HEART AND LUNG (ST. LOUIS MO) 
Heart Lung 


HOSPITAL PRACTICE (OFFICE EDITION) (NEW 
YORK NY) 
Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 


HOSPITALS AND HEALTH NETWORKS 
(CHICAGO IL) 
Hosp Health Netw 


J 


JAMA (CHICAGO IL) 
JAMA 


JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL 
IMMUNOLOGY (ST. LOUIS MO) 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 


JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF 
CARDIOLOGY (NEW YORK NY) 
J Am Coll Cardiol 


JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF 
SURGEONS (CHICAGO IL) 
J Am Coll Surg 


JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC 
ASSOCIATION (CHICAGO IL) 
J Am Diet Assoc 





LIST OF JOURNALS INDEXED 


JOURNAL OF BONE AND JOINT SURGERY. 
AMERICAN VOLUME (BOSTON MA) 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 


JOURNAL OF BONE AND JOINT SURGERY. 
BRITISH VOLUME (LONDON) 
J Bone Joint Surg Br 


JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND 
METABOLISM (BETHESDA MD) 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 


JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION (NEW 
YORK NY) 
J Clin Invest 


JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 
(LONDON) 
J Clin Pathol 


JOURNAL OF FAMILY PRACTICE (EAST 
NORWALK CT) 
J Fam Pract 


JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY (BALTIMORE MD) 
J Immunol 


JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES (CHICAGO 
IL) 
J Infect Dis 


JOURNAL OF LABORATORY AND CLINICAL 
MEDICINE (ST. LOUIS MO) 
J Lab Clin Med 


JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY 
(LONDON) 
J Laryngol 


JOURNAL OF NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE 
(BALTIMORE MD) 
J Nerv Ment Dis 


JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY (BALTIMORE 
MD) 
J Neurosurg 


JOURNAL OF NURSING ADMINISTRATION 
(WAKEFIELD MA) 
J Nurs Adm 


JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL 
SURGERY (PHILADELPHIA PA) 
J Oral Maxillofac Surg 


JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS (ST. LOUIS MO) 
J Pediatr 


JOURNAL OF THORACIC AND 
CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY (ST. LOUIS MO) 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 


JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY: CLINICAL 
TOXICOLOGY (NEW YORK NY) 
J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 


JOURNAL OF TRAUMA (BALTIMORE MD) 
J Trauma 


JOURNAL OF UROLOGY (BALTIMORE MD) 
J Urol 


JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY. SERIES A, 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL 
SCIENCES (WASHINGTON DC) 

J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 


JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY. SERIES B, 
PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL 


SCIENCES (WASHINGTON DC) 
J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 


L 


LANCET (LONDON) 
Lancet 


M 


MAYO CLINIC PROCEEDINGS (ROCHESTER MN) 
Mayo Clin Proc 


MEDICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA 
(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Med Clin North Am 


MEDICAL LETTER ON DRUGS AND 
THERAPEUTICS (NEW ROCHELLE NY) 
Med Lett Drugs Ther 


MEDICINE (BALTIMORE MD) 
Medicine (Baltimore) 


N 


NEUROLOGY (CLEVELAND OH) 
Neurology 


NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 
(BOSTON MA) 
N Engl J Med 

NURSING CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA 
(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Nurs Clin North Am 


NURSING OUTLOOK (ST. LOUIS MO) 
Nurs Outlook 


NURSING RESEARCH (NEW YORK NY) 
Nurs Res 


O 


OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY (NEW YORK 
NY) 
Obstet Gynecol 

ORTHOPEDIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA 


(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Orthop Clin North Am 


P 


PEDIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA 
(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Pediatr Clin North Am 


PEDIATRICS (EVANSTON IL) 
Pediatrics 


PHYSICAL THERAPY (ALEXANDRIA VA) 
Phys Ther 

PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY 
(BALTIMORE MD) 
Plast Reconstr Surg 

POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE (MINNEAPOLIS 
MN) 
Postgrad Med 

PROGRESS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES 
(NEW YORK NY) 
Prog Cardiovase Dis 

PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTS (HYATTSVILLE MD) 
Public Health Rep 


R 


RADIOLOGIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA 
(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Radiol Clin North Am 


RADIOLOGY (EASTON PA) 
Radiology 


S 


SOUTHERN MEDICAL JOURNAL (BIRMINGHAM 
AL) 
South Med J 


SURGERY (ST. LOUIS MO) 
Surgery 
SURGICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA 


(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Surg Clin North Am 


U 


UROLOGIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA 
(PHILADELPHIA PA) 
Urol Clin North Am 


Ww 


WESTERN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE (SAN 
FRANCISCO CA) 
West J Med 





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Practice guidelines. January 1985 through December 

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Meta-analysis. January 1980 through October 1992. 337 

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Audiovisuals in dermatology. January 1970 through Sep- 
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Off-label use of prescription drugs. January 1986 through 

December 1992. 103 citations. [S/N 817-008-0001 1-9] 
Early identification of hearing impairment in infants 
and young children. January 1988 through December 
1992. 861 citations. [S/N 817-008-00010-1] 

Multidrug resistance. January 1988 through September 
1992. 2,250 citations. [S/N 817-008-00009-7] 

Impotence. January 1986 through September 1992. 
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Seafood safety. January 1990 through July 1992. 961 
citations.[S/N 817-008-00007-1] 

Silicone implants. January 1989 through July 1992. 985 
citations. [S/N 817-008-00006-2] 

Saliva as a diagnostic fluid. January 1982 through 

April 1992. 2298 citations. [S/N 817-008-00005-4] 

Gallstones and laparoscopic cholecystectomy. January 

1989 through August 1992. 683 citations. 
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Adolescent alcoholism. January 1986 through April 
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Laboratory animal welfare. January 1991 through 
December 1991. 86 citations. [S/N 817-008-00002-0] 
Methods for voluntary weight loss and control. January 
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Biomedical effects of volcanoes. January 1980 through 
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Seasonal affective disorder January 1986 through Decem 

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Health effects of global warming. January 1986 through 

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Triglyceride, high density lipoprotein and coronary heart 

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ABC TRANSPORTERS 


Multidrug resi protein ion in clinical 
pee So ee Endo K, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 
ppl): 1681-7 


Development of CD8 alpha alpha + intestinal intraepithelial 
T cells in beta 2-microglobulin- and/or TAP1-deficient 
mice. Fujiura Y, et al. J Immunol 
156(8):2710-5 

ly coordinated induction of TAP1 and HLA class 
I by IFN-gamma: the rapid induction of TAP1 by 
IFN-gamma is mediated by Statl alpha. Min W, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3174-83 

Alle! ific differences in the interaction of MHC class 
I molecules with associated with antigen 

processing. Neisig A, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1; 
156(9):31 206 


ABDOMEN 
Abdominopelvic MR imaging in the a evaluation 


of pregnant its. Forstner R, 
AIR Am J = 1996 May; 16645): 1139-44 

Uterine contractility as assessed by abdominal surface 
a of electromyographic activity in rats during 
pee y. Buhimschi C, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 

eb; 1740) 744-53 

The Kustner tec ue: a neglected transverse 
abdominal incision ‘letcer] Vercellini P, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1394-5 

The effects of neuromuscular block on peak airway pressure 
and abdominal elastance during pneumoperitoneum. 
Chassard D, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):525-7 

Changes in lung and chest wall ies with abdominal 
insufflation of carbon dioxide are immediately reversible. 
Fahy BG, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):501-5 

Gossypiboma of the abdomen. Moyle H, et al. Arch Surg 
1996 May;131(5):566-8 

Gastric myoelectric activity changes following open 
abdominal surgery in humans. Hotokezaka M, et al. 

Dig Dis Sci 1996 May;41(5):864-9 


ney wae Oe abdominoplasty [letter] Spear SL, et 
Surg 1996 May; 3116): 1311 


ABDOMEN, ACUTE 


What radiographic views constitute acute abdominal series? 
Mindelzun RE, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 
166(3):716-7 

Cost-effective evaluation and management of the acute 
abdomen. Gill BD, et al. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Feb; 
76(1):71-82 (13 ref.) 


ABDOMINAL ABSCESS 

Clostridial infection of the abdomen: CT findings in two 
an treated patients. Spencer JA, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May;166(5):1094-6 (8 ref.) 

Constituent analysis may permit improved diagnosis of 
intra-abdominal abscess. Galandiuk S, et al. Am J Surg 
1996 Mar;171(3):335-9 


ABDOMINAL INJURIES 


Radiologic management of abdominal trauma in pregnancy. 
Goldman SM, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr; 
166(4):763-7 (33 ref.) 

Low attenuation of acute traumatic hemoperitoneum on CT 
scans. Levine CD, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May; 
166(5):1089-93 

Acute rupture of the diaphragm due to blunt trauma: 

sensitivity and specificity of CT. Murray JG, 

Am J ey. May; 166(5):1035-9 
Abdominal trauma in the t patient. Hill DA, et al. 
Am Fam Physician 1996 PMar.53(4). 1269-74 

Evaluation of pancreatic injury after blunt abdominal trauma. 
Emmick RH Jr, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May; 
27(5):658-61 

Shotgun slug injuries: case report and literature review. 
—s ML, et ai. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):650-3 (23 

) 


ow | 





1996 Apr 15; 


lower 


Embolization of splenic artery branch pseudoaneurysm after 
blunt abdominal trauma. James CA, et al. J Trauma 1996 
May-40(5):835-7 

1,000 consecutive ultrasounds for blunt abdominal trauma. 
McKenney MG, et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):607-10; 
discussion 611-2 

Significance of intraabdominal extraluminal air detected by 
CT scan in blunt abdominal trauma [letter] Sherck J, et 
al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):674-5 


ABDOMINAL MUSCLES 
sterotopt ossification of midline abdominal incisions: CT 


imaging findings. Jacobs JE, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):579-84 


The fetus with gastroschisis: impact of route of delivery and 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


SUBJECT SECTION 


prenatal ultrasono hy. Adra AM, et al. 
Am J Obstet 1996 Feb;174(2):540-6 — 

Wound strength in abdominal incisions: a com 
continuous mass closure techniques in rats. Meeks GR, et 
al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1676-82; 
discussion 1682-3 

Acceleration of fetal head induced by vibration of maternal 
abdominal wall in sheep. Peters AJ, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):552-6 

Outcomes of newborns with gastroschisis: the effects of mode 
of delivery, site of —— and interval from birth to 
surgery. Quirk JG Jr, Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 
Apr; 174(4):1134-8; discussion 1138-40 

Lipoteichoic acid from Staphylococcus aureus depresses 
contractile function of human arteries in vitro due to the 
induction of nitric oxide synthase. Tsuneyoshi I, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):948-53 

Advantages of autologous fascia versus synthetic patch 
abdominal reconstruction in ex; animal defects. 
Disa JJ, et al. Plast Reconstr , ening 1996 Apr;97(4):801-6 


ABDOMINAL NEOPLASMS 


CT and MR imaging of abdominal liposarcoma. Kim T, et 
al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):829-33 

Symptom reporting in cancer patients: the role of negative 
affect and experienced onsiel 6 stigma. Koller M, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):983-95 

Metastatic umbilical transitional cell carcinoma from a 
bladder diverticulum. Rajan N, et al. J Urol 1996 May; 
155(5):1700 


ABDOMINAL PAIN 


Unusual cause of abdominal pain: pelvic vein thrombosis in 

. 1. regnant woman. Ellis JM, et al. Ann Emerg Med 
eb;27(2):254-7 

2 roeodas man with abdominal 


of two 


and rash. Kudva YC, 


pain 
et al. Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):489-92 


ABNORMALITIES 


Synchronization of the factors critical for diabetic 
teratogenesis: an in vitro model. Reece EA, et al. 
J Obstet G 1996 Apr;174(4):1284-8 
The surveillance of birth defects: the usefulness of the revised 
US standard birth certificate. Watkins ML, et al 
Am J Public Health 1996 May;86(5):731-4 


ABNORMALITIES, DRUG-INDUCED 


Pharmacologic management of psychiatric illness during 
pregnancy: dilemmas and guidelines. Altshuler LL, et al. 
Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):592-606 

Chlorpyrifos (Dursban)-associated birth defects: report of 
four cases. Sherman JD. Arch Environ Health 1996 
Jan-Feb;51(1):5-8 

Drugs and the fetus [editorial] Vallance P. BMJ 1996 Apr 
27;312(7038): 1053-4 

High maternal vitamin A intake and risk of anomalies of 
structures with a cranial neural crest cell contribution 
[letter] Shaw GM, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 
347(9005):899-900 


ABNORMALITIES, MULTIPLE 


Isolated innominate artery in asplenia syndrome with aortic 
atresia: newly recognized cardiovascular complex. 
Papagiannis J, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5): 1042-4 

Transient congenital hypoparathyroidism: resolution and 
recurrence in chromosome 22q11 deletion. Greig F, et al. 
J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):563-7 

Venoarterial connections in visceral heterotaxy [letter] 
Anderson RH, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):1106-9 

Systemic and venous connection in asplenia syndrome [letter] 
Marino B, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):1109 

The use of magnetic resonance angiography prior to 
pharyngeal flap surgery in patients with velocardiofacial 
syndrome. Mitnick RJ, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(5):908-19 


ABORTIFACIENT AGENTS, 
NON-STEROIDAL 


Change in serum beta-human chorionic gonadotropin after 
abortion with methotrexate and misoprostol. Creinin MD. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):776-8 


ABORTION 


Selenium deficiency and miscarriage: a possible link? 
Barrington JW, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb; 
103(2):130-2 

Chlamydial antibodies in women who suffer miscarriage. 
Osser S, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb; 103(2):137-41 


ABORTION, HABITUAL 


The modern a treatment of recurrent miscarriage. 
Rai R, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb; 103(2):106-10 


(41 ref.) 

T, B, Se 
pang abortion. Altered profile and ip mye 
tcome. Lachapelle MH, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 

136(10)-4027- 34 

Are —T antibodies predictive of recurrent 
miscarriage? [letter] Ogasawara M, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 
27;347(9009): 1183-4 


ABORTION, INDUCED 


Change in serum beta-human chorionic gonadotropin after 
abortion with methotrexate and rostol. Creinin MD. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;1 

Pill scare linked to rise in abortions ‘an i 
L. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):996. Comubent on: BMJ 
1996 Apr 20;31 37):987-8. 

Abortion without the woman's consent is unlikely to improve 
her depression [letter] Menage J. BMJ 1996 Apr 6; 
312(7035):908 

i i ustified? ter] Papp Z, et al. 


ified? Peston Simms M 

Ghetet Gpunenst 1996 Feb; 103(2):187-8 
Is third trimester abortion j coer Sirisena J. 

Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb;103(2): ee 
Pregnancy terminations after oral Faeyr ee 

TJ, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4: 347 9010} 126 mer 

The adolescent's right to confidential care when considering 

abortion. American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on 

Adolescence. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):746-51 


ABORTION, LEGAL 


Bavaria threatens to reduce abortion access [news] 
Goldbeck-Wood S. BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039):1118 


ABSCESS 

Epidural abscess—-early ——. 
detection and conservative Wang JS, et al 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5): 1069-71 

Primary tuberculous muscle abscess in a patient with systemic 
lupus erythematosus. Belzunegui J, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1995 Dec;34(12):1177-8 

Pott's puffy tumor: the forgotten entity. Case report. Babu 
RP, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):110-2 

Spontaneous drainage of an appendiceal abscess into an 
orthotopic neobladder. Petrus C, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):2028 

Wegener's granulomatosis mimicking a sternal abscess. 
Hennington MH, et al. South Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):438-41 


ABSENTEEISM 


Effects of smog on absenteeism in forestry workers. Moll 
Van Charante AW, et al. Arch Environ Health 1996 
Jan-Feb;51(1):34-41 (39 ref.) 


ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTERS 


Comparing the hospitalizations of transfer and non-transfer 
patients in an academic medical center. Bernard AM, et 
al. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):262-6 

Preventing academic medical center from becoming an 
oxymoron. Berns KI. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):117-20 

Business strategies for the survival of the academic medical 
center. Chessaré JB, et al. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):215-7 

Learning to care, for a healthier tomorrow. Cohen JJ. 
Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):121-5 

Research collaboration between an HMO and an academic 
medical center: lessons learned. Donahue DC, et al. 
Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):126-32 

A perspective on academic medicine from the nation's largest 
managed care purchaser. Fried BM, et al. Acad Med 1996 
Mar;71(3):260-1 

Impact of recent economic changes in psychiatry on 
a — programs [editorial] Kane JM. 

J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):307-8 

The evolution of a contemporary academic health care 

a Crichlow RW. Arch Surg 1996 Mar;131(3):237-41 

The effect of health care reform on academic medicine in 
Canada. Editorial Committee of the Canadian Institute for 
Academic Medicine. Hollenberg CH. Can Med Assoc J 
1996 May 15;154(10):1483-9 (0 ref.) 

Inpatient costs of specific cerebrovascular events at five 
academic medical centers [see comments] Holloway RG, 
et al. 1996 Mar;46(3):854-60. Comment in: 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):602. 


ACANTHAMOEBA 


Confocal microscopy findings of Acanthamoeba keratitis [see 
comments] Pfister DR, et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb; 


1 


resonance ages 





ACANTHAMOEBA 


121(2):119-28. Comment in: Am J Ophthalmol 1996 
Feb; 121(2):207-8. 
Effect of adhered bacteria on the binding of Acanthamoeba 
to hi lenses. Gorlin Al, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 
May; 1 14(5):576-80 
a ye -prne KERATITIS 


keratitis 
" cduorial, comment} Ca HD, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):207-8. Comment on: Am 
J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):119-28. Comment on: Am 
J = 1996 Feb;121(2):129-42. 
Outbreak keratitis to be caused 
po [see comments] Mathers WD, et ai. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;! tay 128-42. Comment in: 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):207-8. 
Confocal findings of Acanthamoeba keratitis [see 
comments] Pfister DR, et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb; 
121(2):119-28. Comment in: Am J Ophthalmol 1996 
Feb; 121(2):207-8. 


ACCIDENTAL FALLS 

Traumatic spinal subdural hematoma: 
al. J Trauma | Apr;40(4):654-5 

eo ay OCCUPATIONAL 


nny a8 disability caused by forklift trucks. 
Poon cr, et Stroma 19 1996 Apr;40(4):636-9 


ACCIDENTS, RADIATION 


Gye 4 biodosimetry in Chernobyl cleanup workers 
Baltic coun’ ts] Bigbee WL, et 
al. BMJ 1996 A; 


tries [see commen 
27; 13058 1078-9. Comment in: BMJ 
1996 ey 27;31 


38): 105. 
on Jodivoria comment] Henshaw DL. 
27;312(7038):1052-3. Comment on: BMJ 
12(7038): 1078-9. 
f 


resolution after 
. Lee JI, et 


10 
BMJ 1996 A 
1996 Apr 27; 
Characteristics of 


Chernoby! disaster. Nikiforov. YE, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):900-9 
dy in Chernobyl! thyroid tumours [news] 
Bonn D. vduty | 1996 Apr 27; °341(9009): 1176 


Oe Thane wer eneaa ¥. Lancet 1996 
447(9009), 


ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC 


Effect of integration of injury control information into a high 
school physics course. Martinez R, et al. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Febs27(2):216-24 
Crashes and violations among drivers with Alzheimer disease. 
Trobe JD, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 ae 
Moose-motor vehicle collisions. An incr i 
northern New . Farrell TM, ral Arch Sere 1996 
Apr;131(4):377-81 


parison of accident and emergency with police road 
injury data. Cercarelli LR, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 
40(5):805-9 
Evaluation of the medical ement and preventability 
of death in 137 road traffic fatalities in Victoria, Australia: 
an overview. Consultative Committee on Road Traffic 
—— in Victoria. McDermott FT, et al. J Trauma 1996 
;40(4):520-33; discussion 533-5 
 ptmen a automobile accidents involvin patients with 
“ottrctve seep apes Wu H, et al. Neurekory 1996 May; 


ACCOMMODATION, OCULAR 
Accommodation in primate eyes after implantation of refilled 
. Sakka Y, et al. Am J Ophthaimol 
1996 Feb;121(2):210-2 
Aging effects on jon and outflow facility 
responses to pilocarpine in humans. Croft MA, et al. 
Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May;114(5):586-92 


ACCREDITATION 


New ryomy ty Pe pose issues for schools, NLN. 
Am J Nurs | ‘eb;96(2):63-64 

Nurses go to the home [letter] Kobs AE. J Nurs Adm 1996 
Mar;26(3):8 


ACETABULUM 


An acetabular fracture with superior gluteal 
disru; Patel NH, et al. AJR Am J 


artery 
ption. 
aa 166(5): 1074 


Roentgenol 1996 


Radiographic course after acetabuloplasty and femoral 
osteotomy in hip d Fritsch EW, et al. 

Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):215- 25 (52 ref.) 
Dega acetabuloplasty combined with intertrochanteric 
osteotomies. Reichel H, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb; 
(323):234-42 
Prosthetic reconstruction for py ag mali t 
tumors. Uchida A, et al. Orthop 1996 y; 
(326):238-45 


2 


Rate of degeneration of human acetabular 
sy [letter] Blasier RB. 
J Bone Surg Am 1996 Apr;78(4):635 
ACETAMIDES 
Mintsiatep ie a0 tenumstieiens eseraa es Gaue 


and differentiation of cultured aoe Manas) 
we Ti NG et al. 3 Neemenury 1996 Maye 5):831-8 


ACETAMINOPHEN 


New ways of looking at an old molecule [editorial; comment 
Brent J. J Toxicol Toxicol 1996;34(2): 149-53. 
Comment on: J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):145-7. 

= use of ondansetron in the treatment of nausea and 


RF. et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):163- 
acetaminophen the heart? [see comments] Lip 
GY, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996; 42): 145-7 (3 ref) 
Comment in: J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):149-53 
Comment in: J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2): 155-6. 
APAP-induced heart injury? Maybe yes, maybe no. Next 
uestion? [editorial; comment] Smilkstein MJ. 
Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):155-6. Comment on: J 
Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):145-7. 
Pharmacokinetics of extended relief vs 
Tylenol in simulated human overdose. 
J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):157-62 


ACETAZOLAMIDE 
Effect of cough induced by 
comparison 


cartilage after 


release 


CM, et al. 


acetazolamide 
low-chloride-ion solutions in pn subjects: 
with furosemide. Foresi A, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1093-9 


ACETIC ACIDS 
Choreoathetotic movements: A possible side effect of 
tin. Buetefisch CM, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar; 


gabapen 
Epings +44 2 
- pat [letter] Reynolds NC Jr. Neurology 
a7 May;46( ):1497-8 
Exacerbation of seizures in Lennox-Gastaut syndrome by 
gabapentin. Vossler DG. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):852- 3 


2-ACETY LAMINOFLUORENE 


Blast-like cell compartment carcinogen 
proliferating bile ductules. Novikoff PM, et al. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1473-92 


ACETYLCARNITINE 


Primary preventive and secondary interventionary effects of 
acetyl-L-carnitine on diabetic neuropathy in the 
bio-breeding Worcester rat. Sima AA, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1900-7 


ACETYLCHOLINE 


Acetylcholine-induced prolongation of the QT interval in 
ee ee syndrome. Aizawa Y, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):879-82 
Cerebrospinal fluid norepinephrine and acetylcholine 
concentrations during acute pain. Eisenach JC, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):621-6 


ACHILLES TENDON 


Relation of cholesterol-year score to severity of calcific 
atherosclerosis and tissue deposition in homozygous familial 
hee holesterolemia. Schmidt HH, et al. Am J Cardiol 
1 Mar 15;77(8):575-80 


ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIUM 

Anion gap in t tine-induced ral effusions. 
Correlation with pH and protein level. Paulson WD, et 
al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):504-9 

Metabolic base production and mucosal vulnerability during 
acid inhibition in a mammalian stomach in vitro. Glauser 
M, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May; wang gl 

The kidney in acid-base balance. Hanna 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1995 Dente tIeS! 95 “as ref.) 


-induced 


ACID PHOSPHATASE 

Bone resorption by tartrate-resistant acid 
phosphatase-positive multinuclear cells isolated from 
rheumatoid synovium. Fujikawa Y, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Mar;35(3):213-7 

Congenital muscular Gute syndromes distinguished by 
alkaline and acid hatase, merosin, and Cs = 
staining. Connolly AM, et al. Neurology 
46(3):810-14 


ACIDOSIS 


Follow-up of children born with an umbilical arterial blood 
pH < 7. Nagel HT, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec; 
173(6):1758-64 (26 ref.) 

The prediction of fetal acidosis at birth by computerised 


um ae y [letter] Keith 
1 Jan; 103(1):94-5 
ee ee ty cones 


cardiotocography. _[letter] 
et al Br J Obstet Gyaaesol 1996 Feb; 


proteasome pai 
1 Invest 1996 Mar 15,96): 1447-53. 
of rabbit cortical collectin 
transport to ic acidosis in vitro. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):1076-84 


ACIDOSIS, LACTIC 


— of mitochondrial DNA in the liver of a patient 
with lactic acidemia and hypoketotic hypoglycemia [see 
comments] Maaswinkel-Mooij PD, et al. J Pediatr 1996 
May;128(5 Pt 1):679-83. Comment in: J Pediatr 1996 
May;128(5 Pt 1):597-9. 
Oxidative horylation defect associated with primary 
adrenal i iency. North K, et al. J Pediatr 1996 May; 


duct HCO3- 
suruoka S, et al. 


128(5 Pt 1):688-92 


ACIDOSIS, RENAL TUBULAR 


Thyrotoxicosis and renal tubular acidosis presenting as 
hypokalaemic paralysis. Szeto CC, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Mar;35(3): 289-91 


ACNE VULGARIS 


Minocycline for acne. Doctors should not change the way 
they prescribe for acne [letter] Cunliffe WJ. oM3 1996 
Apr f. ;312(7038):1101 

Minocycline for acne. Food reduces minocycline’ 
bioavailability [letter] Meyer FP. BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038): 1101 


ACOUSTIC STIMULATION 


ae familiar and unfamiliar auditory stimuli + 
| ee anesthesia. Donker AG, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
;82(3):452-5 


Metronome in Parkinson's disease [letter] 
et al. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1337 


ger W, 


ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY 
SYNDROME 


Charting a new course through the chaos of KS (Kaposi’ 
sarcoma) [comment] Nickoloff BJ, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 
May;148(5):1323-9 (82 ref.). Comment on: Am J Pathoi 
1996 May;148(5):1387-96. 

Presentation of AIDS-related pulmonary 
diagnosed by bronchoscopy. Huang L, et al 
‘Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 A; £1534 Pt 1):1385--90 

Esophageal ulcers in AIDS [letter] Couderc LI, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):928; discussion 928-9 

Esophageal ulcers in AIDS letter Domingo P, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):928; a a 928-9 

Survivor treatment selection bias in observational studies: 
examples from the AIDS literature. Glesby MJ, et al. 
Aan Med 1996 Jun 1; “124(11)-999-1005 (46 ref.) 

AIDS associated with blood transfusion and haemophilia in 

Europe [letter] Hamers F. BMJ 1996 Mar 30; 

312(7034):847-8 

Concerns about AIDS in general practice. 
al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):285-6 

AIDS now more chronic than fatal [news] Roberts J. 
BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):796-7 

China steps up battle against AIDS [news] Tomlinson R. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1056 

Successful treatment of Reiter's eo in a patient with 
AIDS with xate corticosteroids [letter] 
Berenbaum F, et al. Br J eal 1996 Mar;35(3):295 

ement of primary central nervous system lymphoma 
for the patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. 
SS gege y a clinical « catch-22 [editorial; commun Corn 
BW, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):163-6. Comment on: 
ane 1995 Jul 15;76(2):328-32. 

U airway obstruction in a woman with AIDS-related 

geal Kaposi's sarcoma. Beitler AJ, et al. Chest 1996 
Mar; 109(3):836-7 

Weight loss in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: 
wasting or wanting not? Koretz RL. 1996 
Apr; 1104: 1316-7 

Patterns and predictability in emerging infections. Morse SS. 
Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15;31(4):85-91, 96-101, 104 
oui (il ref.) 

Hyperglycemia in an AIDS patient taking megestrol. 
Pimentel G, et al. Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15; 
31(4):27-8 

Transmission of HIV-1 in the breast-feeding process. Black 
RF. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):267-74; quiz 275-6 
(61 ref.) 

Human herpesvirus 8 is present in the lymphoid system of 
healthy and can reactivate in the course of AIDS. 
Bigon) , et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):542-9 

Cardiomyopathy related to acquired immunodeficiency 


+ sarcoma 


. Moons MA, et 


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syndrome in children [letter] Steinherz LJ. J Pediatr 1996 
ion 128(5 Pt 1):721 

Malignant testicular neoplasms in immunosuppressed 
[yer 3 Leibovitch I, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1938-42 

Kaposi sarcoma of the conjunctiva [letter] Flowers CW Jr, 
et al. JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1545 

Politicians, AIDS experts wage budget debate [news] 
Voelker R. JAMA 1996 May 8;275(18):1390-1 

A young child with Kawasaki syndrome and AIDS [letter] 
Aladhami SMS, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):912-3 

Unnatural death, AIDS, and coroners. Brahams D. 
Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):777 

Baboon xenotransplant fails but patient improves [news] 
Fricker J. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):457 

French patients will get protease inhibitors [news] Gozlan 
M. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):821 

Clinical staging system for AIDS in Edinburgh [letter] 
Hutchinson SJ, et al. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1341 

Revelations rock Canada’s tainted-blood inquiry [news] 
Kondro W. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1178 

India's railways relent over AIDS passengers [news] Kumar 
S. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1178 

Report calls on US to revamp AIDS research effort [news] 
McCarthy M. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):823 

AIDS prevention—sexual ethics and responsibility. Bayer R. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6,334(23):1540-2 

w sarcoma and herpesvirus-like DNA sequences in 

= Sno [letter] Corbellino M, et al. 
led 1996 May 16;334(20):1341-2 

Viral lew load and response to treatment of HIV [letter] Fessel 
WJ. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1672; discussion 
1672-3 

Ocular motor dysfunction in HIV-1-infected subjects: a 
quantitative oculographic analysis. Johnston JL, et al. 
N 996 Feb;46(2):451- 

Gastrointestinal and nutritional problems in children with 
immunodeficiency and AIDS. Winter H, et al. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1996 Apr;43(2):573-90 (40 ref.) 

WHOS: primer on AIDS [news] Public Health Rep 1996 
Jan-Feb;111(1):7 

Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia with an 
granulomatous response. Flannery MT, et al. 
South Med J 1996 Apr;894):409-10 


ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINT 


The results of operative resection of the lateral end of the 
clavicle. Eskola A, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr; 
78(4):584—7 


ACRYLATES 


Stress fractures after folding an acrylic intraocular lens. 
Pfister DR. Am J 1996 May;121(5):572-4 


ACTH SYNDROME, ECTOPIC 


Use of somatostatin analog for localization and treatment of 
ACTH secreting bronchial carcinoid tumor. 
Christin-Maitre S, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):845-6 


ACTININ 


Proteolytic cleavage of eon by calpain in T cells 
stimulated with anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody. Selliah N, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3215-21 


ACTINS 


Contractile proteins in human fetoplacental vessels. Cavaillé 
F, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1793-9 
Altered expression of alpha~smooth muscle isoactin in 
Hirschsprung's disease. Fromont-Hankard G, et al. 

Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Mar;120(3):270-4 


tT i 


atypical 


hemical observation of foci of muscle 
mas. Tsuchida T, et 


actin-positive tumor cells in meningio 
al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Mar;120(3):267-9 





ACTION POTENTIALS 


Generator sources for the early and late ulnar hypothenar 
premotor potentials: short segment 7? aa 
studies and cadaveric dissection. Park TA, et al 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May;77(5):467-72 


ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING 


Functional outcomes of acute medical illness and 
hospitalization in older persons. Sager MA, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):645-52 

= performance of a limited set of items from the Functional 

Measure for use in acute trauma care and 

rchekiltation, Mortifee PR, et al. 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May;77(5):436-9 

The SIP68: a measure of health-related functional status in 
rehabilitation medicine. Post MW, et al. 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May;77(5):440-5 

Intermodal agreement of follow-up telephone functional 
assessment using the Functional Independence Measure in 
patients with stroke. Smith PM, et al. 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May;7(5):431- 5 

Young adults with arthritis: meeting their transitional needs 


August 1996 


Abridged Index Medicus 





[see comments] Chamberlain MA, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):84-90. Comment in: Br J 
Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):80-3. 

Future expectations: adolescents with rheumatic diseases and 
their transition into adulthood [editorial; comment] White 
PH. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):80-3. Comment on: 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):84-90. 


ACTIVITY CYCLES 


Urinary leukotriene E4 in the assessment of nocturnal asthma. 
Bellia V, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
97(3):735-41 


ACUPRESSURE 


Efficacy of P6 acupressure in the treatment of nausea and 
vomiting during pregnancy. O'Brien B, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):708-15 


ACUTE DISEASE 


Functional outcomes of acute medical illness and 
hospitalization in older persons. Sager MA, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):645-52 


ACUTE-PHASE PROTEINS 


Serum acute phase reactants and prognosis in renal cell 
carcinoma. Ljungberg B, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15; 
76(8): 1435-9 


ACYCLOVIR 


Topical acyclovir is beneficial in recurrent herpes labialis 
[letter] Lamey PJ. BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):975 


ACYL COENZYME A 

Lysophosphatidylcholine increases 
3-Hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-coenzyme A reductase gene 
expression in CaCo-2 cells. Muir LV, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1068-76 


ADAPTATION, PHYSIOLOGICAL 


Increased gastroduodenal concentrations of transforming 
growth factor alpha in adaptation to aspirin in monkeys 
and rats. Romano M, et al. Gastroen 1996 May; 
110(5):1448-55 


ADAPTATION, PSYCHOLOGICAL 


The Melbourne Family Grief Study, I: Peper of family 
functioning in bereavement. Kissane DW, et al. 
Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):650-8 

The Melbourne Family Grief Study, II: Psychosocial 
morbidity and grief in bereaved families. Kissane DW, et 
al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):659-66 

Research update on the psychosocial treatment of 
schizophrenia. Penn DL, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 
153(5):607-17 (89 ref.) 

Israeli preschoolers under Scud missile attacks. A 
developmental perspective on risk-modifying factors. Laor 
N, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 May;53(5):416-23 

Tympanic temperature asymmetry and - behavior in 
rhesus macaques and children. Boyce WT, et al. 

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May; 150(5)-518- 23 


ADDISON’S DISEASE 


Addison's disease. Brosnan CM, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038): 1085-7 

Autoantibodies to steroidogenic enzymes in autoimmune 
polyglandular syndrome, Addison's disease, and premature 
ovarian failure. Chen S, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 
1996 May;81(5):1871-6 

Clinical problem-solving: identifying Addison's disease 
[letter] Babich DJ. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23; 
334(21):1403-4, discussion 1404-5 

Clinical problem-solving: identifying Addison's disease 
[letter] Baum GL. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1404; 
discussion 1404-5 

Clinical problem-solving: identifying 
[letter] Baxter DG. N Engl J 
334(21):1404; discussion 1404-5 

Clinical problem-solving: identifying Addison's disease 
[letter] de Loos WS. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23; 
334(21):1403; discussion 1404-5 

Clinical problem-solving: identifying Addison's disease 
[letter] Hoffer EP. Engi J Med 1996 May 23; 
334(21):1404; discussion 1404-5 

Clinical problem-solving: identifying Addison's disease 
[letter] Shannon DC. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23; 
334(21):1404; discussion 1404-5 


ADENOCARCINOMA 


Local staging of prostate cancer with endorectal MR 
imaging: correlation with histopathology. Jager GJ, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):845-52 

Radiologic features of carcinomas arising in hiatal hernias. 
Maglinte DD, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr; 


Addison's disease 
Med 1996 May 23; 


ADENOCARCINOMA 


166(4):789-94 

p53 expression in colorectal cancer: relation to tumor t 
DNA ploidy and short-term survival. Lanza G Jr, 
et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May;105(5):604-12 

Vaginal hysterectomy versus abdominal hysterectomy for the 
treatment of stage I endometrial adenocarcinoma. Massi 
G, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1320-6 

Preoperative evaluation of colon 
factor levels in patients with endometrial 

Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4): 1316-9 
»chemical analysis of bcl-2, bax, bcl-X, and 
mcl-1 expression in prostate cancers. Krajewska M, et al. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1567-76 

Multiple primary neoplasms. Ovarian carcinoid tumor, 
mucinous cystadenoma of low malignant potential tumor 
of left ovary, and adenocarcinoma of the colon. 

GR, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr;120(4):393-6 

Racial factors cannot explain superior Japanese outcomes in 
stomach cancer. Hundahl SA, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
131(2):170-5 

Surgical aspects of patients with adenocarcinoma of the 
stomach operated on for cure. Séreide JA, et al. 

Arch Surg 1996 May;131(5):481-6; discussion 486-8 

Preoperative “chemoradiation” for stages II and III rectal 
carcinoma. Stryker SJ, et al. Arch Surg 1996 May; 
131(5):514-8; discussion 518-9 

Enhancement of anti-DNA topoisomerase I autoantibody 
response after lung cancer in patients with systemic 
sclerosis. A of two cases. Kuwana M, et al. 

Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):686-91 

ABC of Urology. Urological _ — Urothelial 
tumours. Dawson C, et BMS 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038):1090-4 (0 ref.) 

Manual dissection of adenocarcinoma of the lower third of 
the rectum specimens for detection of lymph node 
metastases smaller than 5 mm. Andreola S, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):607-12 

Phase II study of 5-fluorouracil and folinic acid in the 
treatment of patients with advanced gastric cancer. A 
Southwest Oncology Group study. Berenberg JL, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):715-9 

Carcinosarcoma of the prostate. Report of 21 cases. Dundore 
PA, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 15;76(6):1035-42 

The changes of the stromal elastotic framework in the growth 
of peripheral lung adenocarcinomas. Eto T, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):646-56 

Phase I/II trial for the treatment of cutaneous and 
subcutaneous tumors using electrochemotherapy. Heller R. 
et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):964-71 

Alpha-1l-antichymotrypsin expression in lung 
adenocarcinoma and its possible association with tumor 
a. eee a M, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15; 
76(8):1368 

Prognosis of ane esophageal cancer. Comparison between 
adeno- and squamous cell carcinoma. Hélscher AH, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):178-86 

Surgical strategy for patients with gastric carcinoma with 
submucosal invasion. A multivariate analysis. Ichikura T, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 15;76(6):935-40 

Detection of DCC and Ki-ras gene alterations in colorectal 
carcinoma tissue as prognostic markers for liver metastatic 
recurrence. Kato M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 
Suppl):1729-35 

Early gastric lymphoma: a clinicopathologic study of ten 
patients, literature review, and comparison with early 
gastric adenocarcinoma. Kitamura K, et al. Cancer 1996 
Mar 1;77(5):850-7 (70 ref.) 

Phase I/II trial of dexverapamil, epirubicin, and 
granulocyte-macrophage-colony stimulating factor in 
patients with advanced pancreatic adenocarcinoma. 
Kornek G, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1356-62 

Nonpolypoid adenomas and adenocarcinomas found in 
background mucosa of surgically resected colons. Kubota 
O, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):621-6 

Salivary duct carcinoma. Clinicopathologic and 
immunohistochemical review of 26 cases. Lewis JE, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):223-30 (35 ref.) 

Percutaneous, transperineal cryosurgery of the prostate as 
salvage therapy for post radiation recurrence of 
adenocarcinoma. Miller RJ Jr, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
77(8):1510-4 

Atypical adenomatous hyperplasia and adenocarcinoma of 
the human lung: their heterology in form and analogy in 
immunohistochemical characteristics. Mori M, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):665-74 

Prostate carcinoma patients upstaged by imaging and treated 
with irradiation. An outcome-based analysis. Pinover WH, 
et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1334-41 

Cysteine and serine proteases in gastric cancer. Plebani M, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):367-75 

Prostate specific antigen density as a prognostic factor for 
patients with prostate carcinoma treated with radiotherapy. 
Pollack A, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1515-23 

Gastric epithelial dysplasia. How  clinicopathologic 
background relates to management. Rugge M, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):376-82 

Radiation recall dermatitis and pneumonitis in a patient 
treated with paclitaxel. Schweitzer VG, et al. Cancer 1995 
Sep 15;76(6):1069-72 

Microsatellite instability in precancerous lesions 
adenocarcinomas of the stomach. Semba §, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1620-7 





and 





in human 1 
et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 


carcinomas in Hong 
at 198 en ntl 
a increase the 


in human 


and antigen 
cells immune response to rat 
13762. Prey AB. J Immunol 1996 May 


ss19610) 861-9 

Survival and function after sleeve lobectomy for | 
Gaissert HA, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg | 
111(5):948-53 
olecular 


genetic differentiation ay primary lung 

cancers and | metastases of ot! tumors. Kandioler 

D, et al. 3 Thorac Cardiovasc Sarg 1996 Apr iT1(4).827- -31; 
832 


cancer. 
May; 


factors in resections of primary 

tumors: a multicenter retrospective study. The 

French Society of Cardiovascular Surgery. Regnard JF, 

et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr;!11(4):808-13; 
discussion 813-4 

Prostate carcinoma L- ~~ 4 to the 


J Urol 1996 F ARSED 1555): 70 % 4 


Black race is an adverse prognostic factor for prostate cancer 
recurrence following radical tomy in an equal 
access health care [see comments] Moul JW, et al. 
J Urol 1996 May; 155(5):1667-73. Comment in: J Urol 1996 
May; 155(5):1678-80. 

53 i histoch 


magnetic 
ffin JH et al 





J Urol 1 May; 155(5):1685-92 
In vivo antitumor activity of bropirimine against PAIII and 
Dunning MAT-LyLu rodent cancers. Sarosdy 
MF, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2085-9 
na AL IE a ane 
adenocarcinoma: a see comments] 


experience [see 
Wake RW, et al. , rol 1996 M May; 155(5):1663-6. Comment 
in: J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1678-80. 
eee ees 2 Uvvantn 2 ae Asnase, 
King of Naples [letter] Marchetti A, et al. Lancet | 
May 4;347(9010):1272 


flammatory breast cancer. Lopez MJ, et al. 
Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr;76(2):411-29 (88 ref.) 
ADENOCARCINOMA, CLEAR CELL 


Pelvic clear cell adenocarcinoma in a 14-year-old boy. 
Morgan TO Jr, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2062-3 


ADENOCARCINOMA, FOLLICULAR 


A false-positive localization of a parathyroid adenoma with 
technetium Tc 99m sestamibi scan secondary to a thyroid 
follicular carcinoma. Koss WG, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
131(2):216-7 


ADENOCARCINOMA, PAPILLARY 


er of mucin carbohydrate antigens (T, Tn and sialyl 

n) and MUC-I gene product in _ intraductal 
papillary-mucinous neoplasm of the pancreas. Terada T, 
et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1996 May;105(5):613-20 


ADENOCARCINOMA, SCIRRHOUS 


Fibrosis in the peritoneum induced by scirrhous gastric 
cancer cells may act as “soil” for peritoneal dissemination. 
Yashiro M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl): 1668-75 

ADENOIDECTOMY 

Sizing up the adenoid. Gates GA 
Arch yA ater Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar;122(3):239-40 


ADENOIDS 
Sizing up the adenoid. Gates GA 


+ 


Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar;122(3):239-40 
ADENOLYMPHOMA 


"ymphomatosum). Mia eee eames Goapele aeeetenaye 
Otolaryngol Head oNeck Surg 1996 May;122(5):570, 


572 
ADENOMA 


in M, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 166(3): 531-6 
Are adenomas endolymphatic sac tumors? Ig ml 
DK. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 
Py =: 
A false-positive 


scan 
follicular carcinoma. Koss WG, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
a. ne 


Se hon . —_ 
polylactosaminoglycan = as yy monoc 
tibody FW6, is of the colorectal 
adenoma-carcinoma = —_ SE, et al. Cancer 
1995 Sep ln yo 
A i h | bel-2 expression in 
“oo and carcinomas. Aspects of 
. Baretton GB, 


Sa eer 1556 lan 15;77(2):255-64 
adenocarcinomas 


a adenomas and found in 
mucosa of surgically resected colons. Kubota 
o et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):621-6 
At adenomatous hyperplasia and adenocarcinoma of 
human lung: their heterology in form and analogy in 
i »histochemical c istics. Mori M, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15; 577(4):665—- 74 
Detection of p2lras mutations in colorectal adenomas and 
carcinomas by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay 
Schroy PC 3rd, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):201-9 
Flat adenoma as a precursor of colorectal carcinoma in 
hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal carcinoma. Watanabe 
T, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):627-34 
Detection of polyomaviral DNA sequences in normal and 
adenomatous human pituitary tissues using the polymerase 
chain reaction. Woloschak M, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1; 
76(3):490-6 
Bronchogenic carcinoma and coexistent bronchioloalveolar 
cell adenomas. Assessment of radiologic detection and 
follow-up in 28 patients. Logan PM, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 
109(3):713-7 
Constitutive activation of the Gs alpha protein-adenylate 
cyclase pathway may not be sufficient to generate toxic 
thyroid adenomas. Derwahl M, et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab A May;81(5):1898-904 
Cyclin D1/PRADI ex 
imm) Hs! ED, et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Mess 1996 May,81(5) 1736-9 
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia presenting as massive adrenal 
incidentalomas in the sixth decade of life: report of two 
patients with 21- carne go hs deficiency. Ravichandran R, 
et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May. 81(5):1776-9 
Delayed hyponatremia [letter] Landolt AM. J Neurosurg 
1996 Jan;84(1):150-1 


ADENOMA, ISLET CELL 


Clinical efficacy of octreotide in the treatment of metastatic 
neuroendocrine tumors. A study by the Italian Trials in 
Medical Oncology Group. di Bartolomeo M, et al. 

Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):402-8 


ADENOMA, LIVER CELL 


Hepatic adenomatosis. Arsenault TM, et al. 
Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):478-80 


ADENOMATOUS POLYPOSIS COLI 


Colorectal cancer genetics. Closing the gap between 
ype and phenotype [editorial; comment] Bufill JA. 
1995 Dec 15;76(12):2389-92. Comment on: Cancer 

1995 Dec 15;76(12):2427-33. 

Cranial desmoid tumor associated with homozygous 
inactivation of the adenomatous polyposis coli gene in a 
2-year-old girl with familial adenomatous pol is. de 
Silva DC, et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):972-6 

Attenuated familial adenomatous polyposis (AFAP). A 
phenotypically and genotypically distinctive variant of 
FAP [see comments] Lynch HT, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 
15;76(12):2427-33. Comment in: Cancer 1995 Dec 
15;76(12):2389-92. 

Growth factor expression and proliferation kinetics in 
periampullary neoplasms in familial adenomatous polyposis. 
Resnick MB, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):187-94 

Flat adenoma as a precursor of colorectal carcinoma in 
hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal carcinoma. Watanabe 
T, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):627-34 

Serrated adenomatous er a new syndrome? [editorial; 
comment] Burt RW, et al. 1996 Mar; 
110(3):950-2. Comment on: Gastroenterology 
Mar; 1 10(3):748-55. 

Colorectal polyp counts 








and cancer risk in familial 


adenomatous polyposis. Debinski HS, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 1 10(4): 1028-30 

A -y - proliferation: the balance [letter] 

al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1323-4 

Serrated adenomatous 2 ~ in humans [see comments] 
Torlakovic E, Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 
110(3):748-55. ected in: Gastroenterology 1996 
Mar; | 10(3):950-2. 


ADENOMATOUS POLYPS 
Pt ee ese a neon ch Zatlnaun ties 
of colonic 


syndrome. Orbuch M, et al. 

41(3):604-13 

Risk of colorectal cancer in families of patients with 
adenomatous polyps Zarchy , et al. 

N Engl J Med 1996 


» 1338(20)-133 1339-40 
ADENOSINE 


neers ventricular tachycardia responsive to 
adenosine. Wagner SR 4th, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May; 
82(5): 1086-8 
Adenosine technetium-99m sestamibi myocardial 
SPECT in women: di efficacy 
coronary artery disease. Amanullah A 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15; -2(4):803-9 
Role of K+ ATP channels and adenosine in the regulation 
of coronary blood flow during exercise with normal and 
restricted blood flow. Duncker DJ, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb a na eg 
Inhibition of TNF-alpha expression by adenosine: role of 
A3 adenosine receptors. Sajjadi FG, eal. J Immunol 1996 
May 1;156(9):3435-42 


ADENOSINE DEAMINASE 


Combined use of pleural adenosine deaminase with 
lymphocyte/neutrophil ratio. Increased specificity for the 
diagnosis of tuberculous pleuritis. Burgess LJ, et al. 
Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):414-9 

= report: hepatic dysfunction as a com rt of 

lenosine deaminase deficiency. Bollinger M 
N ‘Engl J J Med 1996 May 23; 334(21)-1367- 71 


ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE RIBOSE 


Regulation of CTL by ecto-nictinamide adenine dinucleotide 

(NAD) involves ADP-ribosylation of a p56lck-associated 

protein. Wang J, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8): 2819-27 


ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE 

Mechanism of ischemic preconditioning [letter] Zucchi R. 
Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):200-2 

Extracellular ATP activates mast cells via a mechanism that 
is different from the activation induced by the cross-linking 
of Fc receptors. Sudo N, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3970-9 


ADENOSINETRIPHOSPHATASE 


Mechanism of ischemic preconditioning [letter] Zucchi R. 
Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):200-2 


ADENOVIRIDAE 


Transgene expression in the rhesus cervix mediated by an 
adenovirus expressing beta- tosidase. Mitchell MF, et 
al. Am J Obstet Gynecol | Apr;174(4):1094-101 


ADENOVIRIDAE INFECTIONS 


The effects of corticosteroids of adenoviral replication. 
Romanowski EG, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May; 
114(5):581-5S 


ADENOVIRUS E1A PROTEINS 


Erhanced tumor outgrowth after ide vaccination. 
Functional deletion of tumor-specific CTL induced by 
peptide vaccination can lead to the inability to reject 
tumors. Toes RE, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3911-8 


ADENOVIRUSES, HUMAN 


The effects of corticosteroids of adenoviral replication. 
Romanowski EG, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May; 
114(5):581-5 


ADENYL CYCLASE 


The third cytoplasmic domain of the GLP-1[7-36 amide] 
receptor is required for coupling to the adenylyl cyclase 
system. Takhar S, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):2175-8 

Constitutive activation of the Gs alpha protein-adenylate 
cyclase pathway may not be sufficient to generate toxic 
thyroid adenomas. Derwahi M, et al. 

J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1898-904 
Two thromboxane A2 receptor isoforms in human platelets. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Opposite i to adenylyl cyclase with different 
sensitivity to to Leu mutation. Hirata T, et al. 
J Ciin Invest 1 Feb 15;97(4):949-56 


ADHESINS, BACTERIAL 


Synthetic peptide derived from the Bordetella pertussis 

pee ma pln pened on an ge mating: hy ty 
eee ete ee in the rat. Zhang ee gy 

Neurology | May;46(5):1437-41 


Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):106-10 
Acute and chronic effects of insulin on 

in humans: Studies in vivo and in vitro. 

et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):699-701 
Ct potienetandl ‘ 


receptor subtype expression 
in murine adipose tiesuss and in the 3T3-L1 coll line. 
Boston BA, et al. eee 1996 May; 137(5):2043-50 

1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin induces 
in 3T3-Li calls in association with adipocyte 
ferentiation. Vu D, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 

_ Iris function 

wm Dawe ate & collagen 
iain uman hepatic stellate cells. Carloni 
V, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 a pes -36 
edn ie tone oe of leptin, the ob 


a in hamsters. Grunfeld C, et al. 
Clin ca 1996 May 1;97(9):2152-7 


ADIPOSE TISSUE 


Imaging quiz case 2. Arteriovenous —— ae (AVM) 
of the buccal fat pad. Cullen MM 
Hi 


Arch Neck. _ 
122(5):571-573 
Abdominal fat and insulin resistance in normal and 
overweight Direct measur reveal a strong 
ip in subjects at both low and high risk of 
NIDDM. | DG, et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):633-8 
Normalization of insulin secretion by a selective alpha 
2-adrenoceptor antagonist restores pe nay 9 glucose 
transporter expression in adipose tissue of type II diabetic 
rats. Angel I, et al. eS 1996 May;137(5):2022-7 
An antidiabetic potentiates insulin 
stimulation of Ph oon synthase in rat adipose tissues. 
. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1984-90 


1996 May; 





ipose 
Boston BA, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):2043-50 
The obese growth hormone (GH)-deficient dwarf rat: body 
fat = to patterned delivery of GH and insulin-like 
growth factor-I. Clark RG, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):1904-12 
Subcutaneous approach for elevation of the malar fat pad 
through a prehairline incision. Collawn SS, et al. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(4):836-41 
SMAS autografts for the nasal dorsum. Leaf N. 
Plast Surg 1996 May;97(6):1249-52 


ADJUVANTS, IMMUNOLOGIC 


Polyarthritis in the rat: effects of tolerance and sensitization 
to the bacterial extract OM-89 with a possible mode of 
action. Willis D, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1995 Dec; 
34(12):1135-8 

Immunonutrition: we are what we eat ] Atkinson S, 
et al. 1996 May;110(5):1676, 1678 

The impact of immunonutrition [letter] Bernstein LH 

1996 May;110(5):1677-8 

Requirements of a costimulus for IL-4-induced IgE class 
switching in murine B cells activated via antigen receptors: 
effectiveness of 8- Hikida M, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;1 8):2730-6 

IL-12 is an effective adjuvant to recombinant vaccinia 
virus—based ag Na — oe enhancement by simultaneous 

136q)3057-88 JB, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1; 

156(9):3357-6: 


Acceleration of influenza virus clearance by Th! cells in the 
ge am 
adjuvant-combined recombinant nucleoprotein. Tamura S, 

et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3892- 900 


J Infect Dis 1996 Mar. 1730-627. 35 

The effect of lubricants on viability of bacillus 
Calmette-Guerin for intravesical immunotherapy against 
bladder Béhle A, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):1892-6 


Reassessment of conservative management for stage T1 NOMO 
transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder [see comments] 
GK, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; i55(6):1907-9. Comment 

rol 1996 Jun;155(6):1910-1. 


ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL 


Human resources. tweets exer Go beng hast faoved 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):1 


Executive advancement ... College of Managed Care [news] 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 5;70(3):18-9 


ADNEXITIS 


Pelvic inflammatory disease: approach. 
(mt) GR. Am Fam Physician 19 1996 353(4):1127-35 

Sesessing Gos <tdpuatie—o bay to Ge eumuaiion of ottp 
inflammatory disease mage ; comment] Hillis SD, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1399-401. Comment 
on: N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1362-6. 

Prevention of pelvic inflammatory disease by screening for 
cervical —— infection [see comments] Scholes D, 
et al. N ~ Fy Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1362-6. Comment 
in: N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1399-401. 


ADOLESCENT HEALTH SERVICES 


Adolescent health care in a pediatric 
Melzer- M, et al. Ann Emerg "Med 1996 Mas 1996 May. 
27(5):633-7 


ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY 
"til and adolescent prychity” Shape Teta 
and adolescent hiatry. Shapiro T, et al 
May:15%(5):693-7 


ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 


Children's memories in the wake of Challenger. Terr LC, 
et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):618-25 


ADRENAL CORTEX 


Short-term night-shift Sank mimics the 
aoe oa ig pang yy d i in chronic ——- 
rome. Leese G, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1 
May:81(5): 1867-70 


ADRENAL CORTEX HORMONES 


Corticosteroid-induced pancreatitis [letter] Felig DM, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun —e 1016 

The adjuvant es of pemphigus. An update. Bystryn JC, 
et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb;132(2):203-12 (89 ref.) 

Chronic finger dermatitis trauma. 
posttraumatic eczema with allergic contact dermatitis to 
neomycin, bacitracin, and topical corticosteroids. Sherertz 
EF. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):461, 464 (11 ref.) 

Successful treatment of Reiter's oe in a patient with 
AIDS with methotrexate corticosteroids [letter] 
Berenbaum F, et al. Br J mieumenl 1996 Mar;35(3):295 

Corticos i 


J Rheumatol 1996 Jan; 


Pulmonary tuberculosis and steroids [letter] Clarke P, et al. 
Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):582 

Bioassay of steroids [letter] Stempel DA. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):482-3 

The effects of prednisolone on the cutaneous tuberculin 
response in patients with corticosteroid-resistant bronchial 
asthma. Sousa AR, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb; 
97(2):698-706 


ADRENAL CORTEX NEOPLASMS 

Functional adrenal cortical tumors in pediatric patients: a 
clinicopathologic and immunohistochemical study of a long 
term follow-up series. Bergada I, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 
15;77(4):771-7 

Congenital adrena! hyperplasia presenting as massive adrenal 
incidentalomas in the sixth decade of life: report of two 

patients with 21-hydroxylase deficiency. Ravichandran R, 

et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May-81(5). 1776-9 


ADRENAL GLAND NEOPLASMS 


Differentiation of adrenal adenomas from nonadenomas using 
CT attenuation values. Korobkin M, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):531-6 

Hypertension and myocardial and cerebral infarctions. 
Am J Med 1996 Mar: 100(3):357-64 

Stage-specific expression of integrin alphaVbeta3 in 
neuroblastic tumors. Gladson CL, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 
May; 148(5):1423-34 

Connatal localized neuroblastoma. The case to delay 
treatment. Kerbl R, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7): 1395-401 

Pheochromocytoma associated with clinical and 
echocardiographic features simulating hypertrophic 
obstructive cardiomyopathy. Huddle KR, et al. Chest 1996 
May;109(5):1394-7 

Low dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEA-S) level is not 
a good predictor of hormonal activity in nonselected 
patients with incidentally detected adrenal tumors. Bencsik 
Z, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May; 81(5): 1726-9 

Prospective analysis of the incidence of ipsilateral adrenal 
metastasis in localized renal cell carcinoma. Kletscher BA, 
et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1844-6 


ADRENAL GLANDS 
Gantry angulation in CT-guided percutaneous adrenal 


ADRENERGIC BETA-AGONISTS 
ieersn 


-- 
fal adrenal glad. Albrecht ED, al: Eadcrtnloy 1996 
Apr;137(4): be 


S. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 


Divergent Lge yeh emery ~adrenal activity in rats 
Rots NY. et al. Endocrinology 1! aiferent op May:13%0) 1678-86 


ADRENAL HYPERPLASIA, 


fiber 


nerve. Case 
84(4):685-9 (33 ref.) 
ADRENALECTOMY 


posterior retroperitoneoscopic adrenalectomy. 
RM, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4): 827-31. 


ADRENERGIC AGONISTS 

Hemodynamic effects of intravenous ephedrine in infants and 
children anesthetized with halothane and nitrous oxide. 

Taguchi N, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):568-73 

Nebulized budesonide i nebulized adrenaline 


= is as effective as 
in modera severe Fitzgerald D, et al. 
Pediatrics 1996 May:97(5):72 


ADRENERGIC ALPHA-AGONISTS 


Hypotension resistant to therapy with alpha agonists 

complicating cardiopulmonary 1 et jum as a 

tial cause. Berkowitz DE, et Anesth Analg 1996 
ee 

fluid norepinephrine and acetylcholine 

concentrations during acute pain. Eisenach JC, et al. 

Anesth Analg 1996 Mar,82(3)-621-6 


parison hemodynamic 

JS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):627-35 

The effect of dexmedetomidine on the balance of myocardial 
energy requirement and oxygen supply and demand. 
Lawrence CJ, et al. Anesth Analg | Mar. ;82(3):544-50 

The effects of dobutamine and phenylephrine on 
atrioventricular conduction during combined use of 
halothane and thoracic epidural lidocaine. Nishikawa K, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):551-7 

The effects of alpha 2-adrenergic stimulation with mivazerol 
on myocardial blood flow and function during coronary 
artery stenosis in anesthetized dogs. Roekaerts PM, et ab 
Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):702-11 

Pharmacological characterization of the isolated canine 
prostate. Normandin DE, et al. J Urol 1996 May; 
155(5):1758-61 


ADRENERGIC 
ALPHA-ANTAGONISTS 


Combined alpha-beta blockade (doxazosin plus metoprolol) 
compared with beta blockade alone in chronic —-— 
heart failure. Kukin ML, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
1;77(7):486-91 

Normalization of insulin secretion by a selective alpha 
2-adrenoceptor antagonist restores GLUT-4 glucose 
transporter expression in adipose tissue of type II diabetic 

rats. Angel I, et al. 1996 May; 137(5):2022-7 


ADRENERGIC BETA-AGONISTS 


Nebulized bronchodilators for outpatient management of 
stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Colice GL. 
Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):11S-18S 

A multicenter study of nebulized bronchodilator solutions 
in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Friedman M. 
Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):30S-39S 

Addition of anticholinergic solution prolongs bronchodilator 
effect of beta 2 agonists in patients with chronic obstructive 
pulmonary disease. Levin DC, et al. Am J Med 1996 Jan 
29; 100(1A):40S-48S 
esults of a multicenter study of nebulized inhalant 
bronchodilator solutions. Tashkin DP, et al. Am J Med 
1996 Jan 29;100(1A):62S-69 

Hemodynamic effects of intravenous isoproterenol versus 
epinephrine in the chronic maternal-fetal sheep 

preparation. Marcus MA, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May; 
82(5):1023-6 

The effects of dobutamine and phenylephrine on 
atrioventricular conduction during combined use of 
halothane and thoracic epidural lidocaine. Nishikawa K, 


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ADRENERGIC BETA-AGONISTS 


et al. Anesth Analg 1996 “po ar al -7 A 
Beta blockers have important oedema due 
Se cer nee fcier] Ouhley Chl. BMJ 1996 Feb 10. 


312(7027):376 
Dopexamine hydrochloride in shock. Hannemann L, 
. al. Chest 1996 Mar; 109(3):7 
umulative study of non-CFC propellant 
CuFA 134a salbutamol sulfate metered-dose inhaler in 
a ee 
109(3):702- lie 


J Am Coll Cardiol ren te) os 4 


of intravenous 
(1985 to 1994) and 7 ee a ec! 


Mar 15.21(4):787-98. Comment in: J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
wok — an ara of radiolabeled salbutamol inhaled fi 
Deposition pattern of in’ rom 
a metered-dose inhaler by means of a spacer with mask 
in young children with airway obstruction. Tal A, et al. 

J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):479-84 


ADRENERGIC BETA-ANTAGONISTS 


Combined alpha-beta blockade (doxazosin plus metoprolol) 
compared with beta blockade alone in chronic congestive 
heart failure. Kukin ML, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
1;77(7):486-91 

Effects of bi on heart rate variability in heart failure. 
Pousset F, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):612-7 

Timolol yar y vs timolol maleate to treat —_ 
hypertension and open-angle glaucoma. DuBiner HB, 
al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May; 1213): 522-8 

Hemodilution tolerance in patients with coronary artery 
a who are receiving chronic beta-adrenergic blocker 

Spahn DR, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr; 
8204) meee? 94 

Is the cognitive function of older patients affected by 
antihypertensive treatment? Results from 54 months of the 
Medical Research Council's trial of hypertension in older 
adults [see comments] Prince MJ, et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 
30,312(7034):801-5. Comment in: BMJ 1996 Mar 
30,3 12(7034).793-4. 

and percutaneous cardiopulmonary bypass enhance 
myocardial salvage during ischemia in a dog model. Laub 
GW, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):1085-91 

Carvedilol for heart failure, with care. Cleland JG, et al. 
Lancet 1996 May 4,347(9010):1199-201 

Trandolapril in patients with left ventricular dysfunction after 
myocardial infarction [letter] Neumayr G, et al. 

N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1546 
The effect of carvedilol on morbidity and mortality in 
tients with chronic heart failure. U.S. Carvedilol Heart 
ailure Study Group [see comments] Packer M, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1349-55. Comment 
in: N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1396-7. 

Beta-adrenergic blockers and survival in heart failure 
[editorial; comment] Pfeffer MA, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 
May 23;334(21):1396-7. Comment on: N Engl J Med 1996 
May 23;334(21):1349-55. 

Nadolol plus isosorbide mononitrate compared with 
sclerotherapy for the prevention of variceal rebleeding. 
Villanueva C, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20; 
334(25): 1624-9 


ADRENERGIC UPTAKE INHIBITORS 


The use of methylphenidate in Michigan [letter] Kaufman 
G, et al. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May; 150(5):558-9 


ADRENOLEUKODYSTROPHY 


Improved tissue characterization in adrenoleukodystrophy 
using a transfer imaging. Melhem ER, et al. 
AJR Am J 1996 Mar; 166(3):689-95 

Late-onset generalized disorder of peroxisomes. Burdette 
DE, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):829-31 


ADVANCE DIRECTIVES 


Choosing resuscitation late in life: problems with the 

po | [editorial; comment] Finucane TE. Am J Med 
‘eb; 100(2):126-7. Comment on: Am J Med 1996 

Feb; 100(2): 128-37. 

No code. Lake DF. Am J Nurs 1996 Feb;96(2):38-9 

Advance medical planning [letter] Lipkin KM. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1;124(11):1017 

Advance medical planning [letter] Potter HP Jr. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1;124(11):1017 

BMA division disagrees with association’ stance over 
advance directives [letter] Jessiman IM. BMJ 1996 Mar 
30;312(7034):850-1 

Advance directive education during pulmonary rehabilitation 
[see comments] Heffner JE, et al. Chest 1996 F 
109(2):373-9. Comment in: Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):299. 

Are advance directives becoming an endangered species? 
[editorial; comment] Perkins HS. Chest 1996 Feb, 109(2):299 

Comment on: Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):373- i 

The completion of advance directives in pri care 

Duffield P, et al. J Fam Pract 1996 Apr; 4h(4).378 378-84 


6 


Advance care planning for children with 
needs: a survey of parental attitudes. W 
Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):682-7 


ADVERSE DRUG REACTION 
REPORTING SYSTEMS 
Reporting vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis: 
between the CDC and the National Vaccine 


— Compensation Program. Weibel RE, et al. 
Public Health 1996 May;86(5):734-7 


ADVERTISING 


US ad uses lure of prompt treatment to entice Canadians 
needin int replacement. Johnston C. 
Can Assoc J 1996 Apr 1;154(7):1071-2 

M ing. A pitch for organ donations. MacPherson P. 
Hosp Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):76 


AEDES 


Mosquitoes, models, and dengue. Lifson AR. Lancet 1996 
May 4;347(9010):1201-2 


AEROSPACE MEDICINE 


Pulmonary embolism on non-stop flights between France 
and Reunion Island [letter] Paganin F, et al. Lancet 1996 
Apr 27;347(9009):1195-6 


AFFECT 


The effects of transnasal butorphanol on mood and 
psychomotor functioning in healthy volunteers. Zacny JP, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):931-5 

Lateralized effect of rapid-rate ee — 
stimulation of the prefrontal cortex mood. 
Pascual-Leone A, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):499- 502 


AFFECTIVE DISORDERS 


Serotonin transporter gene polymorphism and affective 
disorder [letter] Kunugi H, et al. Lancet 1996 May 11; 
347(901 1):1340 


AFFECTIVE SYMPTOMS 


mcy and alexithymia in psychiatric inpatients. 


Depende: 
ONeill RM, et al. J Nerv Ment Dis 1996 May;184(5):302-6 


AFFERENT PATHWAYS 


Dose t increases in the renal sympathetic nerve 
activity during rapid increase in isoflurane concentration 
in intact, lower airway-deafferented, and 
baroreceptor-deafferented rabbits. Okamoto H, et al. 
Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1196-204 

The effect of age on peripheral motor nerve function after 
crush injury in the rat. Belin BM, et al. J Trauma 1996 
May;40(5):775-7 


AGAMMAGLOBULINEMIA 


Encephalomyelitis in primary hypo lobuli 
Rudge P, et al. Brain 1996 Feb.119 { Pt 1):1-15 


AGED 


Geriatric use of emergency medical services. Dickinson ET, 
et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):199-203 

The meaning of older adults’ health appraisals: congruence 
with health status and determinant of mortality. Borawski 
EA, et al. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 1996 May; 
$1(3):S157-70 

Differentials in active life expectancy in -y older population 
of the United States. Crimmins EM, et al. 
J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 1996 “May; $1(3):S111-20 


AGED, 80 AND OVER 


Apolipoprotein E genotype determines survival in the oldest 
old (85 years or older) who have good cognition. Corder 
EH, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):418-22 

Apolipoprotein E allele in centenarians. Asada T, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1484 





AGEUSIA 


Reversible ageusia associated with losartan [letter] Schlienger 
RG, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):471-2 


AGGRESSION 


Physical aggression is associated with preservation of 
substantia —_, pars compacta in Alzheimer disease. 
Victoroff J, et al. Arch Neurol Bay May;53(5):428-34 

The effect of docosahexaenoic ac et ome in young 
adults. A placebo-controlled double, blind study. Hamazaki 
T, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):1129-33 

Frontal lobe injuries, violence, and aggression: a report of 
the Vietnam Head Injury Study. Grafman J, et al 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1231-8 


AGING 


Age and the ovarian follicle pool assessed with transvaginal 
ultrasonography. Ruess ML, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb, 174(2):624-7 

Hemodynamic effects of intravenous ephedrine in infants and 
children anesthetized with halothane and nitrous oxide. 
Taguchi N, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):568-73 

Is the preconditioning response conserved in senescent 
myocardium? Burns , et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar; 
61(3):925-9 

Aging effects on accommodation and outflow facility 
responses to pilocarpine in humans. Croft MA, et al. 
Arch 1996 May;114(5):586-92 

Fertility continues after age 40 [letter] Cooper C. BMJ 1996 
Apr 13;312(7036):975 

Hormone replacement for men [editorial] Weksler ME. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):859-60 

Evaluating the bronchodilator response in elderly who have 
asthma [letter] Teramoto S. Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):589-90 

Age-related difference in tamoxifen disposition. Peyrade F, 
et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):401-10 

Developmental regulation of pituitary growth 
hormone-releasing hormone receptor gene expression in 
the rat. Korytko AI, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 
137(4):1326-31 

Effects of aging and gastritis on gastric acid and pepsin 
secretion in humans: a prospective study. Feldman M, et 
al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;i10(4):1043-52 

Reversing sar ia: how weight training can build strength 
and vitality. Evans WJ. 1996 May;51(5):46-7, 
51-3; quiz 54 (18 ref.) 

Salt taste perceptions and preferences are unrelated to sodium 
consumption in healthy older adults. Drewnowski A, et 
al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May;96(5):471-4 

Age-related activation of the tyrosine kinase receptor 
protooncogenes RET and NTRK1 in papillary thyroid 
carcinoma. Bongarzone I, et al 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):2006-9 

Calcium, ane function, bone and aging oon 
comment] Heaney RP. J Clin M 996 May; 
81(5):1697-8. Comment on: J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 
May;81(5):1699-703. 

Ovarian follicular development and the follicular fluid 
hormones and growth factors in normal women of 
advanced reproductive age. Klein NA, et al. 

J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1946-51 

Role of calcium intake in modulating age-related increases 
in parathyroid function and bone resorption [see comments] 
McKane WR, et al. J Clin Endocrinol M 1996 May; 
81(5):1699-703. Comment in: J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 
May;8 1(5):1697-8. 

Influence of some biological indexes on sex hormone-binding 
globulin and ery? ~ levels in aging or obese males. 
Vermeulen A, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May: 
81(5):1821-6 

Complexity of age-related change in skeletal muscle. Brown 
M, et al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar; 
$1(2):B117-23 

Effect of age on body water and resting metabolic rate. 
Fukagawa NK, et al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 
Mar;51(2):M71-3 

Aged murine T-lymphocytes are more resistant to oxidative 
damage due to the predominance of the cells possessing 
the memory phenotype. Lohmiller JJ, et al. 

J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar;51(2):B132-40 

Glomerular dysfunction in the aging Fischer 344 rat is 
associated with excessive growth and normal mesangial 
cell function. McDermott GF, et al. 

J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar;51(2):M80-5 

Age-related changes in G proteins in rat aorta. Mader SL, 
et al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar;51(2):B111-6 

Glycine enhances binding to the NMDA receptor complex 
in aged mice, but does not correct the aging change. 
Magnusson KR. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar; 
51(2):B141-7 

Effect of aging on the click-rate induced facilitation of 
acoustic “wf —- Rawool VW. 

J Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar;51(2):B124-31 

Effects of ~te on energy expenditure and substrate oxidation 
during experimental overfeeding in healthy men. Roberts 
SB, et al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar; 
51(2):B148-57 

Effects of age on energy expenditure and substrate oxidation 
during experimental underfeeding in healthy men. Roberts 
SB, et al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar; 
51(2):B158-66 

Effect of age and food restriction on alkaline protease activity 
in rat liver. Shibatani T, et al. 

J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar;51(2):B175-8 
Longitudinal changes in smell identification. Ship JA, et al. 
J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar;51(2):M86-91 
Postural sensitivity to visual flow in aging adults with and 

without balance problems. Sundermier L, et al. 
J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar; S1(2)-M4s- 52 

Moderate caloric restriction prevents the age-related decline 
in growth hormone ey ot signal transduction. Xu X, 
et al. J Gerontol Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar; 
51(2):B167-74 

Predicting age-related differences in visual information 
processing using a tw queuing model. Ellis RD, 
et al. J Gerontol B Psy Sei Soc Sci 1996 May; 


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51(3):P 155-65 

.e eS ee aay oe inant ty 
additional cognitive demands. Maylor EA, et 

J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 1996 May.51G)P143-54 
Where in an ordered sequence of variables do independent 
qgo-cetsted efiaets count? @ TA. 

Saieak cael aie ter a May;51(3):P166-78 
Health and social precursors of later life 

y migration. Silverstein M, 

J Gerontol B Payee Sei'Soe Si 1996 May 51@3)S130-6 
— juction b: ba from young and aged 
156(10): 


Sy Immunol 1996 May 15; 
The effect Fore peripheral motor nerve function after 
crush injury in the rat. Belin BM, et al. J Trauma 1996 
May;40(5):775-7 
A role for mitochondria in telated disorders? [news] 
Stephenson J. JAMA 1996 ike 22-29;275(20):1531-2 
Cortical Baan to spinal motoneurons: changes with 
and am lateral sclerosis. Eisen A, et ‘aL 
1996 May;46(5): 1396-404 
AAMI [letter] Franceschi M, et al. Neurology 1996 May; 
46(5):1490-1 
Gan es te ee a “normal” 
aging: Evidence for ymptomatic and very mild 
Alzheimer ’ disease. Morris IC. et al. Neurology 1996 Mar; 
Po 
and education correction of Mini-Mental State 
tion for English and Spanish 
Mungas D, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar; : 
Late outcome of amputees with —— atherosclerosis. 
Valentine RJ, et al. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):487-93 


AGORAPHOBIA 
and social rye in the 


“iia Comatliate® Sore 
ational Comorbidity Surv: wi, 
Arch Gen Paychiatry 1996 Feb; 330). 159-68 


AGRANULOCYTOSIS 

Agranulocytosis after addition of risperidone to clozapine 
treatment [letter] Godleski LS, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 
May; 153(5):735-6 

AGRICULTURE 


The Netherlands. The Wageningen approach to human 
nutrition. Hautvast JG. Lancet 1996 May 4; 
347(9010): 1235-6 


AIDS-ASSOCIATED the erga 


HIV ~ yy in children. Zilleruelo G 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1995 Dec;42(6): ty (82 ref.) 








AIDS DEMENTIA COMPLEX 


The overlooked epidemic: HIV in older adults. Whipple B, 
et al. Am J Nurs 1996 Feb;96(2):22-8; quiz 29 (9 ref.) 
"mechan of evo transduction pathways as a potential 
mec of nervous system alterations in HIV-1 gp120 

mice and humans with HIV-1 encephalitis 
Wyse Coray T, T, et al. J Clim Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3): 789-98 
Brain choline-containing compounds are elevated in 
HIV-positive patients nd the onset of AIDS dementia 
com A proton resonance spectroscopic 
study. Teese I, et al. 5; -* 1996 Mar.46(3).783- 8 


AIDS-RELATED OPPORTUNISTIC 
INFECTIONS 


Ganciclovir for cytomegalovirus in 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Mar53¢3 1441 
ive trial of ycin for cryptosporidiosis in 
AIDS. Flanigan , et al. Am J Med 1996 Mar; 
100(3):370-2 
Squamous cell tame of the eyelid and the acquired 
immunodeficiency . Maclean H, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb; 121(2):219-21 
Presumed ocular and central nervous system tuberculosis in 
a patient with the immunodeficiency syndrome. 
Muccioli C, et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):217-9 
ee oo eae oe eee 
moderate Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in patients with 
ized, of a 


a) diode ACTG 108 Study Genmp. 
Safrin S, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 1;124(9):792-802 
Cutaneous pe amg a infection and AIDS. Report of 12 
cases and review of Murakawa GJ, et al. 
Arch Dermatol 1996 May;132(5): 545-8 (36 ref.) 
Acute pancreatitis associated with sodium stibogluconate 
treatment in a patient with human immunodeficiency virus 
[letter] Domingo P, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 May 13; 
156(9):1029, 1032 


uman 

healthy and can reactivate in the course of AIDS. 
Bigoni B, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3): ++ 
Identification t by random amplification of polymorphic D 
of a common molecular type of Cryptococcus neo! 
var. neoformans in patients with AIDS or 


lection [news] 


H 8 is present in the lymphoid system of 


other 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


immi ve conditions. Chen SC, et al. 
J Infect 1996 % Mar.173(3). 754-8 


Pott's disease [letter] Jellis J, et al. Lancet 1996 


diagnosis i _ a Rate ow 

int M, 

et al. Lancet 1996 May vero. 1266 ” 

Case records of the Massachusetts General Hospital. Weekly 
clinicopathological exercises. Case 17-1996. A 48-year-old 
man with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, 
abdominal pain, and bloody diarrhea [clinical conference] 
N Engi J Med 1996 May 40;334(22). 1461-7 

Brief report: rifampin-resistant tuberculosis in a patient 
receiving rifabutin ylaxis. Bishai WR, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1573-6 

Oral ganciclovir for the prevention of cytomegalovirus 
disease in persons with AIDS. Roche Cooperative Oral 
Ganciclovir Study Group. SA, et al 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1491-7 

Resolution of refractory AIDS-related mucosal candidiasis 
after initiation of didanosine plus saquinavir [letter] 
Zingman BS. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20 20:334(25): 1674-5 

Rhabdomyolysis and the acquired immunodeficiency 
Ten [letter] Beversdorf D, et al. Neurology 1996 = 

):1498 

Subacute measles virus encephalitis: a new and fatal 
opportunistic infection in a patient with AIDS. Budka H, 
et al. _ y 1996 Feb;46(2):586-7 

Prognosis and response to therapy of cytomegalovirus 
encephalitis and meni yelitis in AIDS. Cohen BA. 
Neurology 1996 Feb; erg 

Tuberculosis epidemic worldwide emergency [news] 
Public Health Rep 1996 | Jan_Febs111(1). $9 

Tuberculosis and HIV-AIDS [news] Public Health Rep 1996 
Jan-Feb; 111(1):9 

Pneumocystic infections: the radiologist’s ive. 
Kuhiman JE. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):623-35 (96 ref.) 

Pulmonary tuberculosis: comparison of CT findings in 
HIV-seropositive and HIV-seronegative patients. Leung 
AN, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):687-91 


AIDS SERODIAGNOSIS 


Testing for human immunodeficiency virus infection in 
patients with tuberculosis. Barnes PF, et al. 
fm J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr.153(4 Pt 1):1448-50 

German company halts delivery of HIV test kits [news] 
Karcher HL. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1059-60 

HIV tests for babies to be mandatory in USA [news] Rovner 
J. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1325 

Counseling and testing for HIV prevention: costs, effects, 
and cost-effectiveness of more rapid screening tests. 
Farnham PG, et al. Public Health Rep 1996 Jan-Feb; 

111(1):44-53; discussion 54 


AIDS VACCINES 


Trial results thwart HIV-vaccine hopes [news] McCarthy 
M. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1173 


Presumed 
Feb ar tee 
Correlation Pneumoc 





AIR AMBULANCES 


Does the potential for organ donation justify scene flights 
for gunshot wounds to the head? [letter] Reilly PM, et 
al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):675 


AIR BAGS 


Bilateral Smith fracture of the radius caused by airbag 
deployment. Marco F, et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):663-4 


AIR POLLUTANTS, 
ENVIRONMENTAL 


Environmental distribution of house dust mite allergen (Der 
p 5). Li CS, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
97(3):857-9 

Measurement of airborne mite allergen exposure in individual 
subjects. Sakaguchi M, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 
May;97(5):1040-4 

Biphasic response against aeroallergen in atopic dermatitis 
showing a switch from an initial Ba response to a TH1 
response in situ: an immunocytochemical study. 

T, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):828-37 


AIR POLLUTION, INDOOR 


Home dampness and childhood respiratory symptoms in a 
su ical climate. Li CS, et al. Arch Environ Health 1996 
Jan-Feb;51(1):42-6 

Carbon monoxide poisoning at an indoor ice arena and bingo 
hall—-Seattle, 1996. From the Centers for Disease Control 
and Prevention. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1468-9 

Gas stoves and respiratory health [comment] Brauer M, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):412. Comment on: Lancet 
1996 Feb 17;347(8999):426-31. 

Association of respiratory symptoms and lung function in 
young adults with use of domestic gas appliances [see 
comments] Jarvis D, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17; 
347(8999):426-31. Comment in: Lancet 
17;347(8999):412. 


AIRCRAFT 
MiKo Dr Arch Neural 1996 MaySi(3)408-600 


Jet flight [letter] Shuster S. —} 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):832-3 


AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION 


OS. ee ae ey eee 

in sarcoidosis. Gleeson FV, et al. 

Me ~y — oe May; 166(5):1052-4 (12 ref.) 
ise expiratory rate in emergency ————_ 
evaluation acute bation of 

disease comments] Emerman CL, et ~ 2 
Ann Med 1 Feb;27(2):159-63. Comment in: Ann 
Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):236-8. 

Laryngomalacia. The search for the second lesion. Mancuso 
RF, et al. Arch Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar; 
122(3):302-6 

U airway obstruction in a woman with AIDS-related 

geal » sarcoma. Beitler AJ, et al. Chest 1996 
Mar; 109(3):8 


Myasthenia gra ‘oes Pansencne 
MT, et al. *Chest 1996 Be. 105(2)-400-4 

Reducing choking deaths in children [letter] FI D. 
JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1313; discussion 1314 

Reducing choking deaths in children [letter] Kerr HD. 
JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1313-4 


AIRWAY RESISTANCE 


Do tidal expiratory flow patterns reflect | 
infants? Seddon PC, et al. Am J Respir 
1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1248-52 

Tidal —vee Te ysis as a measure of airway obstruction 
in children t! Cot Ear Md 1996 ADIN 
et al. Am J Respir Crit Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 
1):1253-8 

Postural changes in 





y obstruction. Putman 


mechanics in 
Care Med 


airflow pressure and 
resistance in nasal, h > ee airway 
in normal subjects. Tvinnereim M, et 
Ann Otol Rhinol os 1996 Mar 105(3).218-21 
Positive nasal challenge responses to Blomia tropicalis. 
Stanaland BE, et al. SF Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May. 
97(5):1045-9 


AKATHISIA, DRUG-INDUCED 


Flu; — aversion to crack cocaine [letter] Gawin 
, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1340-1 
Improvement of both tardive dystonia and akathisia after 
botulinum toxin injection. Shulman LM, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):844-5 


ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE 


Effect of weight reduction on serum transaminase activities 
in children with simple obesity [letter] Tazawa Y, et al. 
J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):587- % 


ALBINISM, OCULOCUTANEOUS 


Histology of fetal eyes with oculocutaneous albinism. Akeo 
K, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May;114(5):613-6 


ALBUMINS 


Diabetes exacerbates inflammatory responses to 
ischemia-r usion. Panés J, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 
1;93(1):161-7 

Congenital enterocyte heparan sulphate deficiency with 
massive albumin loss, secretory diarrhoea, and malnutrition. 
Murch SH, et al. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1299-301 

Contrast-enhanced MR imaging assessment of tumor 
capillary permeability: effect of irradiation on delivery of 
chemotherapy. Schwickert HC, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):893-8 

Mammary carcinoma model: correlation of macromolecular 
contrast-enhanced MR imaging characterizations of tumor 
microvasculature and histologic capillary density. van 

Dijke CF, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):813-8 


ALBUMINURIA 


Cohort study of predictive value of urinary albumin excretion 
for atherosclerotic vascular disease in patients with insulin 
dependent diabetes. Deckert T, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 6; 

312(7035):871-4 


ALBUTEROL 


Nebulized bronchodilators for outpatient management of 
stable chronic obstructive pulmo’ disease. Colice GL. 
Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):11S-18S 

Addition of anticholinergic solution prolongs bronchodilator 
par of beta 2 agonists in patients with chronic obstructive 

monary disease. Levin DC, et al. Am J Med 1996 Jan 
x 100(1A):40S-48S 

Isoetharine versus albuterol for acute asthma: greater 
immediate effect, but more side effects. Shrestha M, et al. 
Am J Med 1996 Mar;100(3):323-7 

Cumulative dose-response study of non-CFC propellant 


7 





ALBUTEROL 


HFA 134a salbutamol sulfate metered-dose 
, et al. Chest 


i in 
1996 


ALCALIGENES 
——- anthropi meningitis i me at ad patent 


; Infect Dis 1996 De tose Mani TG)ese68 


ALCOHOL AMNESTIC DISORDER 


Neural basis of confabulation. Benson DF, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May; 46(5):1239-43 
"Grievous bodily harm:" hydroxybutyrate abuse 


y gamma 
Nae 
ALCOHOL DRINKING 


eo ees one ae A new method of 
assessing Outcome in alcoholism treatment studies. Anton 
RF, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):225-31 

Enhanced sensitivity of beta-endorphin to ethanol 
in yoy at high of alcoholism. Gianoulakis C, et 
al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):250-7 

The effects of alcohol consum on laboratory-induced 
panic and state anxiety. K MG, et al. 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):264-70 


ALCOHOL, ETHYL 


Enhanced tape Nigh viel of alzohol beta-endorphin to ethanol 
in alcoholism. Gianoulakis C, et 
al. ch Gen Paechintry 1996 Mar;53(3):250-7 

The effects of alcohol consum: on 





alcohol administration in 
high-risk men and the development of alcohol use disorders 
10 years later. Volavka J, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 
Mar;53(3):258-63 

Treatment of small hepatocellular carcinoma with 
my ethanol injection. Analysis of prognostic 
actors in 105 Western patients. Lencioni R, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1737-46 

y of withdrawal syndrome in intensive care 

unit ationts following trauma: results of a p ive, 
randomized trial. Spies CD, et al. Crit Care Med | Mar; 
24(3):414-22 (64 ref.) 

Glycine ents alcohol-induced liver ay by decreasing 

in the rat stomach. limuro Y, et al. 

Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1536-42 

Increased human immunodeficiency virus type | replication 
in human blood mononuclear cells induced by 
ethanol: potential immu: thogenic mechanisms. Bagasra 
O, et al. J Infect Dis | 1986 Mar;173(3):550-8 

Treatment of vertebral hemangioma by vT injection 
of absolute ethanol [letter] Heiss JD, et al 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1340 


ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 


Alcohol intake, cigarette smoking, and sleep disturbance 
[letter] Aubin et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 May 13; 
156(9):1028 


ALCOHOLISM 


wey of alcoholism [letter] Pagliaro LA, et al. 
J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):739; discussion 740 
Pathophysiology of alcoholism [letter] Rosenstein DL, et al. 
1996 May;153(5):740 
Pathophyscgy of alcoholism [letter] Wiseman EJ. 
J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):739-40 

The obsessive compulsive drinking scale: A new method of 
assessing Outcome in alcoholism treatment studies. Anton 
RF, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):225-31 

Early-onset alcoholics have lower cerebrospinal fluid 
$- Codeenptetetensatio acid levels than late-onset 
alcoholics. Fils-Aime ML, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 
Mar;53(3):211-6 

Enhanced sensitivity el ey beta-endorphin to ethanol 
in subjects at high risk of alcoholism. Gianoulakis C, et 
al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):250-7 

Alcohol research: at the cutting edge. Gordis E. 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):199-201 

Imipramine treatment of alcoholics with primary depression: 
A placebo-controlled clinical trial. McGrath PJ, et al. 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):232-40 

Six-month follow-up of naltrexone and psychotherapy for 
alcohol O Malley SS, et al. 
Arch Gen chiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):217-24 

An 8-year follow-up of 450 sons of alcoholic and control 
subjects. Schuckit MA, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 
Mar;53(3):202-10 

A long-term follow-up of male alcohol abuse. Vaillant GE. 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):243-9 

The electroencephalogram after alcohol administration in 


high-risk men and the development of alcohol use disorders 
10 years later. Volavka J, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 
Mar;53(3):258-63 
Successful screening for early esophageal cancer in alcoholics 
pte iodi a 


mucosa staining [see 

okoyama A, et al. Cancer 1995 15; 
. Comment in: Cancer 1996 Sep;76(6):919-21. 
pancreatitis in chronic 


P, et al. Die Dae Sat 1996 Mansic3 549 

Rn ee ee eon be ad 108 bee 
pancreatitis. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
41(3):533-9 


Benzodiazepines in alcoholics [letter] Hershberg PI. 
J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):342 


ALDOSTERONE 


Effect of adrenocorticotropin stimulation on the synthesis 
of 19-noraldosterone in man. Takeda Y, et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5): 1852-5 


ALFENTANIL 


Propofol-opioid mixtures during prolonged infusions 
Ghouri AF, et al. Anesth 996 Apr;82(4):888-9 
Prevention of pain on injection of propofol: a comparison 
of lidocaine with alfentanil. Nathanson MH, et al. 

Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):469-71 


ALGAE, GREEN 


Bioavailability of a natural isomer mixture compared with 
synthetic all-trans beta-carotene in human serum. 
Ben-Amotz A, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May; 
63(5):729-34 


ALGORITHMS 


An approach to diagnostic imaging of suspected pulmonary 
embolism. Bergus GR, et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 Mar; 
53(4):1259-66 

Prediction of outcome in critically - “y using artificial 
neural network synthesised —_—_ algorithm. 
Dybowski R, et al. Lancet 1996 Ae 27;347(9009): 1 146-50 


ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE 


Congenital muscular dystrophy syndromes distinguished by 
alkaline and acid phosphatase, merosin, and dystrophin 
staining. Connolly AM, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar; 
46(3):8 10-14 


ALLELES 


Allelic loss of chromosome 17p, mutation of the p53 gene, 
and microsatellite instability in right- and left-sided 
colorectal cancer. Watatani M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
71(8 Suppl): 1688-93 

Determination and allelic allocation of seven nucleotide 
transitions within the arylamine N-acetyltransferase gene 
in the Polish ulation. Mrozikiewicz PM, et al. 

Clin 1996 Apr;59(4):376-82 

A triallelic Fe gamma receptor type IIIA polymorphism 
influences the binding of human IgG by NK cell Fc gamma 
Rilla. de Haas M, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):3948-55 

Allele-specific differences in the interaction of MHC class 
I molecules with transporters associa‘ with antigen 
processing. Neisig A, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1; 
156(9):3 196-206 

Apolipoprotein E allele distribution in parents of Down's 
syndrome children. Avramopoulos D, et al. Lancet 1996 
Mar 30;347(9005):862-5 

Apolipoprotein ilon4 and head trauma: Synergistic or 
additive risks? [letter] Katzman R, et al. Neurology 1996 
Mar;46(3):889-91 


ALLERGENS 


CD34-deficient mice have reduced eosinophil accumulation 

after allergen exposure and show a novel crossreactive 
90-kD n. Suzuki A, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 

87(9):3550-62 

Comparison of triamcinolone acetonide nasal inhaler with 
astemizole in the treatment of ragweed-induced allergic 
rhinitis. Bernstein DI, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 
Mar;97(3):749-55 

A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, controlled 
antigen delivery study of the onset of action of aerosolized 
triamcinolone acetonide nasal spray in subjects with 
ragweed-induced allergic rhinitis. Day JH, et al 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1050-7 

Dynamics of nasal eosinophils in response to a nonnatural 
allergen challenge in patients with allergic rhinitis and 
control subjects: a biopsy and brush study. Godthelp T, 
et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar-97(3):800-11 

T-cell receptor peptides that inhibit the T-cell response to 
allergen induce transforming Pe factor-beta 1 
production. Hawrylowicz CM, 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 aa 9 

Allergens in Hy: tera venom. XXVII: bumblebee 
venom allergy and allergens. Hoffman DR, et al. 


J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):812-21 
Allergen nomenclature [editorial] Larsen JN, et al 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb;97(2):577-8 
Environmental distribution of house dust mite allergen (Der 
p 5). Li CS, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
5703): 857-9 
Skin testing with recombinant allergens rBet v | and birch 
a 3 rBet v 2: value for birch pollen and 
associated allergies. Pauli G, et al. 
J Allergy Clin 1996 May;97(5):1100-9 
Allergen-induced histamine release in intact human skin in 
vivo assessed b skin microdialysis technique: 
characterization of factors influencing histamine 
releasability. Petersen LJ, et al. J Clin Immunol 
1996 Feb; 912): 672-9 
Influence of allergen avoidance on the eosinophil phase of 
airway inflammation in children with allergic asthma. 
Piacentini GL, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1° 1996 May; 
97(5):1079-84 
Sequential determinations of Blomia tropicalis allergens in 
mattress and floor dust , a inat city. Puerta 
L, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb;97(2):689-91 
Measurement of airborne mite allergen exposure in individual 
subjects. hi M, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 
May;97(5):1 


Parietaria judaica-specific T-cell clones from atopic patients: 
heterogeneity in restriction, V beta usage, and cytokine 
profile. Sallusto F, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb; 
97(2):-627-37 

Positive nasal challenge responses to Blomia tropicalis. 
Stanaland BE, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May; 
97(5):1045-9 

Biphasic response against aeroallergen in atopic dermatitis 
showing a switch from an initial TH response to a TH! 
response in situ: an immunocytochemical study. Thepen 
T, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):828-37 

Induction of atopic dermatitis by inhalation of house dust 
mite. Tupker RA, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May; 
97(5): 1064-70 

Immunologic characterization of purified 
timothy 


recombinant 
grass pollen (Phleum pratense) allergens (Phi p 
1, Phi p2, Phi p 5). Vrtala S, et al. 
J Allergy Clin 1996 Mar;97(3):781-7 
HLA-DQ8 transgenic mice lacking endogenous class II 
molecules respond to house dust allergens: identification 
of antigenic epitopes. Neeno T, et al. J othe 1996 May 
1;156(9):3191-5 


ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 


Justifying a mechanism-based specialty. Adkinson NF Jr, 
et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):868-71 

— on y ony Borish L, et al. 

J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):719-33; quiz 734 

Allergy versus asthma as the focus of the subspecialty. 
Platts—Mills TA, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
97(3):865-8 

Referring for knowledge base: what is the case for referral? 
Schatz M, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
97(3):876-8 

Integrating a primary care role with allergy and immunology 
training. Schuller D, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 
Mar;97(3):878-81 

Conjoint versus separate boards. Shearer WT, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):881-4 

Board requirements versus —— Institutes of Health 
requirements. Wasserman SI, 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar-97(3):871- 5 


ALLIED HEALTH PERSONNEL 


Project on role of allied health care professions needs online 
input [letter] Houghton S. Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 
15;154(10):1468 

A matter of choice? [letter] Lee TS, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 
109(2):583 

Respiratory care education includes intubations [letter] 
Watson TJ. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):583-4 


ALLOPURINOL 


Successful desensitization for treatment of a fixed drug 
eruption to al inol. Kelso JM, et al. 
J Allergy Clin 1996 May;97(5):1171-2 


ALOPECIA 


Alopecia side-effect of antituberculosis drugs [letter] 
FitzGerald JM, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):472 
Transcutaneous PO2 of the scalp in male pattern baldness: 
a new piece to the puzzle. Goldman BE, et al. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May;97(6):1109-16; discussion 
1117 


ALPHA 1-ANTICHYMOTRYPSIN 


Alpha-1l-antichymotrypsin expression in lung 
Se i and its -~ association with tumor 
gression. Higashiyama M, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15; 
Toa): 1368-76 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





ALPHA 1-ANTITRYPSIN 


Chronic amare =] with alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency: 
from uncon yp yh activation? [letter] Blackstone 
MO. Dig D Dis Sci 1 Mar;41(3): ~ 4 


Alpha-1-antitrypsin 
intracranial hievink We et 


tients with 
aneurysms. Sc r 
J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):781-4 


ALPHA-FETOPROTEINS 
origin of oy = in 
pregnancies. Jauniaux E, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;i73(6):1749-53 
ith 


The first-trimester 


lor open 
a Macri JN, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):566-72 

Associations between adverse perinatal outcome and serially 
obtained second- and third-trimester maternal serum 
alpha-fetoprotein measurements. Simpson JL, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1742-8 


1,4-ALPHA-GLUCAN BRANCHING 
ENZYME 


Hepatic and neuromuscular forms of glycogen storage disease 
type IV caused & mutations in the same 
pope gly gene. Bao Y, et al. 

Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15.9704):941- 8 


ALPHA-MACROGLOBULINS 


Acute-phase proteins and serologic profiles of chagasic 
children from an endemic area in Bolivia. 
Medrano-Mercado N, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 
Feb;54(2):154-61 


ALPHA-MSH 


Alpha-melanocyte-stimulatin, 
endotoxin-induced liver i tion. 
J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2038-44 


ALPHAVIRUS INFECTIONS 


Regulation of lymphocyte homing into the brain during viral 
encephalitis at various es of infection. Irani DN, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3850-7 


ALPROSTADIL 

Platelet sensitivity to prostaglandin E1 inhibition is reduced 
in ten my but not in nonproteinuric gestational 
hypertension. Torres PJ, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
Jan; 103(1):19-24 


ALTEPLASE 

A randomized factorial trial of reperfusion strategies and 
= dosing in acute myocardial infarction. The 
DUCCS-II Investigators. O'Connor CM, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):791-7 

Dehydroepiandrosterone reduces plasma plasminogen 
activator inhibitor type | and tissue plasminogen activator 
antigen in men. Beer NA, et al. Am J Med Sci 1996 May; 
311(5):205-10 

Choroidal ie associated with systemic tissue 
plasminogen activator. Khawly JA, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May;121(5):577-8 

Optimizing coronary thrombolysis with i.v. administration 
of recombinant tissue plasminogen activator. Single bolus 
vs double bolus vs front-loading. Prewitt RM, et al. 
Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):510-5 

Cae expression of tissue-type plasminogen activator 

plasminogen activator inhibitor type | during corpus 

ed formation and luteolysis in the adult 
mowtaey rat. Liu K, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):2126-32 


yy of thrombolytic efficacy (LATE) study: 
prognosis ts with non-Q wave myocardial 
infarction. (LA Study Inv: rs). Langer A, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1327-32 
Tissue plasminogen activator for acute ischemic stroke 
ee ee Se pe 
334({21):1405; discussion 1 
Tissue plasminogen a for acute ischemic stroke 
f Koroshetz WJ. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23: 


334(21):1405-6 
Tissue plasminogen activator for acute ischemic stroke 
[letter] Qureshi N. N Engi J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1406 


ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 

Students’ attitudes toward alternative health care 
Gracely EJ, et al. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):109-10 

ALTERNATIVE SPLICING 

As of splicing events within protein 


yynchronous 
4.1 pre-mRNA erythroid differentiation. Baklouti 
F, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3934-41 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


: of pow ae 
ag ay xia as a possible 
etiologic factor. Reshetnikova AY 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Fer 17402) 557-61 
Effect of altitude on hand-held flowmeters. 
et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):475-9 
Dust mites at high altitude in a tropical climate. 
Sanchez-Medina M, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 
May;97(5):1167-8 


ALUMINUM 


Myoclonic encephalopathy after exposure to aluminum 
letter] Hoang-Xuan K, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30; 
347(9005):9 10-1 

Risk for neuropathologically confirmed Alzheimer's disease 
and residual aluminum in municipal drinking water 

employing weighted residential histories. McLachlan DR, 

et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):401-5 


ALVEOLAR PROCESS 


The pathophysiology of alveolar osteonecrosis of the jaw: 
anticardiolipin antibodies, WYbi” and 
hypofibrinolysis. Gruppo R, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 
May; 127(5):481-8 


ALVEOLITIS, EXTRINSIC ALLERGIC 


Paper mill workers and chronic extrinsic allergic alveolitis 
[letter] Festa JL. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1522-4 
Regulatory effects of endogenous interleukin-1 receptor 
antagonist protein in immunoglobulin G immune 
complex-induced lung injury. Shanley TP, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):963-70 


ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE 


Dynamic susceptibility contrast MRI of regional cerebral 
blood volume in Alzheimer’s disease. Harris GJ, et al. 
Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):721-4 

Negative symptoms in Alzheimer's disease. Reichman WE, 
et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):424-6 

Prospective study of increased platelet membrane fluidity as 
a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease: results at 5 years. 
Zubenko GS, et al. Am J names S 1996 Mar;  ¥ 420-3 

Depressed mood and the incidence of Alzheimer's disease 
in the elderly living in the community. Devanand DP, et 
al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Feb;53(2):175-82 

Gender comparisons of cognitive performances among 
vascular dementia, Alzheimer disease, and older adults 
without dementia. Buckwalter JG, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 
May;53(5):436-9 

The prediction of Alzheimer disease. The role of patient and 
informant perceptions of cognitive deficits. Tierney MC, 
et al. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):423-7 

Crashes and violations among drivers with Alzheimer disease. 
Trobe JD, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):411-6 

Physical aggression is associated with preservation of 
substantia nigra pars compacta in Alzheimer disease. 
Victoroff J, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):428-34 

Oestrogen replacement therapy and Alzheimer’s disease. 
Paganini-Hill A. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 Suppl 
13:80-6 (49 ref.) 

Identification of famous faces and famous names in early 
Alzheimer's disease. Relationship to anterograde episodic 
and general semantic memory. Greene JD, et al. Brain 1996 
Feb;119 ( Pt 1):111-28 

The fractionation of remote memory. Evidence from a 
longitudinal study of dementia of Alzheimer type. Greene 
JD, et al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1):129-42 

More evidence links NSAID, estrogen use with reduced 
Alzheimer risk [news] Stephenson J. JAMA 1996 May 8; 
275(18):1389-90 

Apolipoprotein E allele distribution in parents of Down’ 
syndrome children. Avramopoulos D, et al. Lancet 1996 
Mar 30;347(9005):862-5 

Presenilin-1 polymorphism and Alzheimer's disease 
Bouras C, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27; 347(9009):1183-6 

APOE genotyping and Alzheimer's disease [letter] Breitner 
JC. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1184-5 

Hair abnormalities in Alzheimer's disease " ae Bruno G, 
et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):90 

Presenilin-1 polymorphism and Oizheimer’ disease [letter] 
Higuchi S, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1186 

Presenilin-1 ee = and Alzheimer's disease. The UK 
Alzheimer’s Disease Collaborative Group [letter] Kehoe 
P, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1185 

Presenilin-1 polymorphism and Alzheimer’s disease [letter] 
Scott WK, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1186-7 

Compensatory reallocation of brain resources supporting 
verbal episodic memory in Alzheimer's disease. Becker JT, 
et al. 1996 Mar;46(3):692-700 

Focal temporal lobe dysfunction in probable Alzheimer's 
disease predicts a slow rate of cognitive decline. Butters 
MA, et al. 1996 Mar;46(3):687-92 

Tem pattern of ee} decline and incontinence is 
= erent in Alzheimer’s disease and diffuse Lewy body 

disease. Del-Ser T, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar 46(3) 682-6 

The consortium to establish a registry for Alzheimer's disease 

(CERAD). Part XIV: Demographic and clinical predictors 


Jensen RL, 


AMBULATORY CARE 


ival in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Heyman 
ca Neorg 356 Maryse 0 
lipoprotei 4 head trauma: S 

ive risks risks? Plotter] Ketemen R. et al: Neweitey 1956 
Mar46(3):889-91 
volumes in Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson's 


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1996 Mar-46(3):678-81 

Risk of dementia o——, relatives of Alzheimer’s disease 
patients in the MIRAGE study: What is in store for the 
oldest old? Lautenschlager NT, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar; 


Feb; 
Alzheimer’s disease: neuropathology 
common pathway. Lippa CF, et al. 


1996 Nea 5 
1 of competency: Cognitive 
predictors of capacity ry ~ #8 in Alzheimer's disease 
i Marson DC, et al. 


plagues in "normal" 
presymptomatic very mild 
Alzheimer's disease. “Morris JC. et al. Memebogy 1956 Man 
46(3):707-19 
Language, Alzheimer's disease, and 
, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):592 
d-Cycloserine enhances implicit memory in Alzheimer 
patients. Schwartz BL, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 
mer's disease. 


Smalheiser NR, et 
al. Neurology 1996 Feb; a6: 583 

Prediction of probable Alzheimer's disease in 
memory-impaired patients: A prospective longitudinal 
study. Tierney MC, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):661-5 
Alzheimer disease: improved visual interpretation of PET 
images by using three-di stereotaxic surface 
projections. Burdette JH, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):837-43 


AMBLYOPIA 


Cuban epidemic neuropathy, 1991 to 1994: history repeats 
itself a century after the “amblyopia of the blockade”. 
Ordijfiez-Garcia PO, et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):738-43 


AMBULANCES 


Paramedic vs private transportation of trauma patients. Effect 
on outcome. Demetriades D, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
131(2):133-8 


AMBULATORY CARE 


Outpatient management of iuberculosis [see comments] 
McColloster P, et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr; 
53(5):1579-94 (12 ref.). Comment in: Am Fam Physician 
1996 Apr;53(5):1511-2. 

Preventing hospitalizations improving 
ambulatory management [editorial; comment] Greenberger 
PA. Am J Med 1996 Apr; 100(4):381-2. Comment on: Am 
J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):386-94 

A randomized, controlled trial of a clinical pharmacist 
intervention to improve inappropriate prescribing in elderly 
outpatients with polypharmacy. Hanlon JT, et al. 

Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):428-37 

Inadequate outpatient medical a | for patients with 
asthma admitted to two urban tals [see comments] 
Hartert TV, et al. Am J Med 1 Apr; 100(4):386-94. 
Comment in: Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):381-2. 

Screening for common problems in ambulatory elderly: 
clinical confirmation of a screening instrument [see 
comments] Moore AA, et al. Am Med 1996 Apr; 
100(4):438-43. Comment in: Am J Med 1996 
Apr; 100(4):383-5. 

Efficacy of outpatient induction with low-dose intravaginal 
prostaglandin E2: a randomized, double-blind, 
placebo-controlled trial. O'Brien JM, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1855-9 

Different side effect profiles of risperidone and clozapine in 
20 outpatients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective 
disorder: a pilot study. Daniel DG, et al. 

Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):417-9 

Impact of visit copayments on outpatient mental health 
—— by members of a health maintenance 

ization. Simon GE, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar; 
15 3):331-8 

A ———v one-stop menstrual problem clinic for the 
diagnosis and management of abnormal uterine bleeding. 
Baskett TF, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Jan; 
103(1):76-7 


[letter] Padovani 


for asthma b 





AMBULATORY CARE 


Cpt Oe Oo ee 6 atetne bs Ge lem ae ot 
Rational Aucition for Me 


O Doses WI Jr. 


eked 3 bn pe bm ng es 
‘of Acate Upper Gastrointestinal Haemorrhage [oe 
] TA, et al. Lancet 1996 27; 

Comment in: Lancet 1! Apr 


Coast 1996 Mar 1093)814-20 (32 ref.) 
patients early discharge 


ion in the outpatient office. Salazar 
Am 1996 Mar;80(2):431-55 (95 ref.) 
AMBULATORY CARE FACILITIES 


i increased workload 
Rye rc ca a BMS 1996 Feb 3. 


of 
- Med Clin 


system to extend health services to migrant 
farmworkers. DP, et al. Public Health Rep 1996 
Jan-Feb; 111(1):57 


AMBULATORY CARE INFORMATION 
SYSTEMS 


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AMBULATORY SURGERY 
y for the ambulatory management of ovarian 
2S & Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec; 
ae a wr 1729-30 
desflurane with or without 
ondansetron aA with propofol a 


aA $2(3):533-8 
Comparison of and mivacurium to 
succin i rx outpatient 

, et al. Anesth" Analg 1996 May;82(5)- 
Pronpacatve progaancy testing in sntvlatory mun 


1261 
y testing in ambulatory surgery [letter] 
Anesthesiology 1996 May-84(5):1260; 


see you now [editorial] Lancet 1996 Apr 


a 


Netter 
5):1259-60; 


Nee at Aawteastatony 1996 May ous 


AMELOBLASTOMA 
eee ee aeas age MR imaging 
, et al 
acl 1956 "Apr; 166(4)-943-9 


[letter] 
1260-1 


yy ~ of amenorrhea. maken RB, et 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Mar;5 itesbs ene ref.) 


AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION 


ACC/AHA collaborate on guidelines for the evaluation and 
of heart failure. Am Fam Physician 1996 May 
1;53(6):2196-8 


AMIDES 
Comparative electrophysiologic and hemodynamic effects of 
in anesthetized 


screening for i 
, et al. ‘Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):636-40 
mi injection of T-61, a veterinary euthanasia drug. 
Hantson P, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):235-9 


AMINE OXIDOREDUCTASES 


Relation between folate status, a common mutation in 
drofolate reductase, and plasma 

homocysteine concentrations. Jacques PF, et al. 

Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):7-9 


AMINES 


Cancer occurrence among dyestuff workers exposed to 
aromatic amines. A long term follow-up study. Naito S, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1445-52 


AMINO ACIDS 


Light chain cardiomyopathy. Structural analysis of the light 
chain tissue its [see comments] Gallo G, et al. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May; 148(5):1397-406. Comment in: Am 
J Pathol — May; 148(5):1339-44. 


or x hic 
i and 
P i i [see commen: ja-Smith Z, 
Pyial. Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(3)-1639-48. Comment in. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1345-50. 





methyl 


10 


influenza matrix 

1996 “4 15; a 
Aminoacid i pn h 
Duthie DJ. Lancet ‘ May 4;347(9010):1199 


AMINO SUGARS 
Expression of alpha-3/4-monofucosylated 
a ay ge nd a: defined ba monoclonal 
y colorectal 


noe Be —_ ty ses et al. Cancer 
1995 Sep arcinoma sequence 


AMINOIMIDAZOLE CARBOXAMIDE 
Acadesine and lipopolysaccharide-evoked pulmonary 
after resuscitation from traumatic > 

Fabian TC, et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3):302-15 


AMINOLEVULINIC ACID 
Photosensitization of the endometrium with topical 
5-aminolevulinic acid. al. 


_— = 
J Urol tg May 138): iw 
2-AMINOPURINE 


Famciclovir for the treatment of herpes zoster. Gordon A. 
J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):350 


AMINOSALICYLIC ACIDS 


ee sees associated with olsalazine. Wilcox GM, et 
Am J aad Feb; wena: 238-40 


Pleuropericarditis related to the use of mesalamine. G 
N, et al. Dig Dis Sei 1996 “Mart1@)606- (1 te) 
oo in Crohn's disease steroid-i 


Affections Inflammatoires Digestives. Modigliani R, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; | 10(3):688-93 


AMIODARONE 
ive heart failure: unra 


Amiodarone in velling the 
GESICA and CHF-STAT differences [editorial] Hammill 
SC, et al. Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):6-7 





LM, et al. Heart 1996 yo ;75(1):23-8 
Intravenous in treatment of recent-onset atrial 
fibrillation: results of a randomized, controlled study. Galve 
E, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1079-82 
Pediatric use of intravenous ami : efficacy and safety 
in critically ill patients from a multicenter protocol. Perry 
JC, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1246-50 


AMMONIA 


Resistant starch lowers fecal concentrations of ammonia and 
ae Oe Birkett A, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 
y;63(5):766-72 
Rats with gastritis have increased sensitivity to the gastrin 
stimulatory effects of luminal ammonia. Dial EJ, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):801-8 


AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS 

Intracardiac injection of T-61, a veterinary euthanasia di: 
Hantson P, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996-34(2).235-9 

AMNESIA, RETROGRADE 

Amnesia from sarin poisoning [letter] Hatta K, et al. 
Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1343 

AMNIOCENTESIS 

Down's syndrome screening in the UK [letter] Reynolds TM. 
Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):907 

AMNION 


Amnioinfusion in women with previous 
preliminary report. Ouzounian JG, et al. 
Am J Obstet oh 1996 Feb;174(2). 783-6 


AMNIOTIC BAND croa.rene srans 


os in congenital annular constricting bands. Gomez 
VR. Clin Orthop 1996 §  Febs(323).155-62 


AMNIOTIC FLUID 
1- gt 
ime 5 


Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr: 74(4): 1371-6 
The coelomic cavity—a reservoir for metals. Wathen 
et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 “Dec: 173(6):1884-8 


AMOXICILLIN 

Azithromycin compared with amoxicillin in the treatment 
of migrans. A double-blind, randomized, 
controlled trial. Luft BJ, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 
1;124(9):785-91 


AMPHETAMINES 


—— placental monoamine t as targets for 
Ramamoorthy JD, et 
am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec; itoon1782- 7 


AMPHOTERICIN B 


Lipid formulations for amphotericin B 
need new clothes? [editorial] Graybil ill JR. 
Ann Intern Med | May 15; (240) 921- -3 
Phase I study of amphotericin B colloidal dispersion for the 
treatment of invasive fungal infections after marrow 
Bowden RA, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 


: does the emperor 


~~ Indian visceral leishmaniasis 
ith amphotericin B — Sundar S, et al. 
‘s Infect Dis 1996 Mant T30)-702 


AMPUTATION 
Late outcome of amputees with Fyne atherosclerosis. 
Valentine RJ, et al. Surgery 1 May;119(5):487-93 


AMPUTATION STUMPS 


Precision of surface measurements for below-knee residua. 
Commean PK, et al. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May; 
71(5):477-86 

Tissue expansion: a method to preserve bone length and joints 
following traumatic amputations of the leg—a follow-up 
of five legs amputated at different levels. Wieslander JB, 
et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):1065-71 


AMPUTATION, TRAUMATIC 

Reimplantation and lengthening with use of the Ilizarov 
ps meng —lemahedy agp Rey yy ey de TO 
report. Mirzoyan AE. J Bone Joint Surg Am | 
78(3):437-8 

Great toe-to-hand transfer nourished by arterial inflow 
through the venous system. Iglesias M, et al. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):1024-6 

Tissue expansion: a method to preserve bone length and joints 
following traumatic amputations of the leg—a follow-up 
of five legs amputated at different levels. Wieslander JB, 
et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):1065-71 


AMPUTEES 


Gait analysis of transfemoral amputee patients using 
prostheses with two different knee joints. Boonstra AM, 
et al. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May;77(5):515-20 


AMYLASES 


Serum Amylase elevation following hepatic resection in 
patients with liver di Miyagawa §, et al. 
Am J Surg 1996 Feb;171(2):235-8 


AMYLOID 


Secondary amyloidosis in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: 
diagnostic and value of gastroduodenal biopsy. 
Kobayashi H, et Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):44-9 

Cerebral amyloid deposition and diffuse plaques in “normal” 

aging: Evidence for presymptomatic , 4 mild 

Alzheimer's disease. Morris JC, apy oN 996 Mar; 

46(3):707-19 


AMYLOID BETA-PROTEIN 
PRECURSOR 


Growth regulation of rat thyrocytes (FRTL-5 cells) by the 
secreted ectodomain of beta-amyloid precursor-like 
GM, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 





proteins. Popp 
137(5):1975-83 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





AMYLOIDOSIS 

Treatment of 100 ients with primary amyloidosis: a 
versus colchicine only. Skinner M, et al. Am J Med 1996 
aces’ uptons 

anatomy and the pathological a aes of 

antibody light chains [comment] Schiffer M 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1339-44 (31 ref.). Comment 
on: Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1397-406. 

Atrophic outpouc of abdominal skin. Nodular cutaneous 
amyloidosis. 1 CB, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb; 
132(2).223-4, 226-7 


Grand rounds--Hammersmith eo Reactive (AA) 
systemic amyloidosis. A cause refractory nephrotic 
[clinical conference] BMJ 


syndrome 1996 Apr 27; 


312(7038): 1087-9 
amyloidosis in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: 
and 


diagnostic 
Kobayashi H, 


—— value of gastroduodenal biopsy. 
et Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):44-9 


AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL 
SCLEROSIS 


Skin involvement in amyot 
et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1226-7 

A double-blind trolled clinical trial of 
subcutaneous recombinant human ciliary neurotrophic 
factor (fHCNTF) in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. ALS 
CNTF Treatment Study Group. 1996 May; 
46(5):1244-9 

Cortical projections to spinal motoneurons: changes with 

g and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Eisen A, et al. 
1996 May;46(5):1396-404 

Relationship of the Tufts Quantitative Neuromuscular Exam 
(TQNE) and the Sickness Impact Profile (SIP) in 
measuring progression of get SSNJV/CNTF ALS Study 
Group. McGuire D, et Neurology 1996 May; 
46(5):1442-4 

Development of general weakness in a patient with 
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis after focal botulinum toxin 
injection. Mezaki T, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):845-6 

Analysis of the KSP repeat of the neurofilament heavy 
subunit in familiar amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Rooke K, 
et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):789-90 


ANALGESIA 


Ondansetron blocks nifedipine-induced analgesia in rats. 
Hunt TE, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 82(3).498- 500 
The effects of intrathecal neostigmine on somatic and visceral 
pain: improvement by association with a os po 
anticholinergic. Leurett) GR, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 

82(3):617-20 

Postarth ic meniscus repair analgesia with intraarticular 
ketorolac or morphine. Reuben SS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
May;82(5): 1036-9 

Influence of timing of administration on the analgesic effect 
of bupivacaine infiltration in carrageenin-injected rats. 
Fletcher D, et al. 1996 May;84(5):1129-37 

Preemptive —- Why its effect is not always obvious 
editorial] Kissin I. Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1015-9 

Effects of preemptive a9 postinjury intrathecal 
anesthesia on t nociceptive responses in rats. 
Confounding influences of —s inflammation and the 
general —— Ey er pal K, et al. 
Anesthesiology | y; sash Tie 28 


hic lateral sclerosis. Kolde G, 


local 


Teaching cancer pain management: durability of educational 
effects of a role model program. Janjan NA, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):996-1001 


ANALGESIA, EPIDURAL 


Epinephrine decreases postoperative requirements for 
re thoracic epidural fentanyl infusions. Baron CM, 
Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):760-5 
The optimal distance that a multiorifice epidural catheter 
be threaded into the epidural space [letter] Baylis 
R, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):894-5 
Postoperative analgesia with continuous epidural sufentanil 
and bupivacaine: a prospective study in 614 patients. 
Broekema AA, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):754-9 
Recurrence of nepens simplex virus blepharitis after cesarean 
section and James CF. Anesth Analg 
1996 May;82(5): 1054-6 = ref) 


How far should a catheter be inserted into the epidural ? 
[letter] Kempen PM. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):893-4 

Naloxone versus vs infusion for prophylaxis of 
epidural morphine-ind wenhaen? Kendrick WD, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3) 

Refractory idiopathic erythromelalgia. Rauck RL, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1097-101 

Adding fentanyl 0.0002% to epidural bupivacaine 0.125% 
does not delay gastric emptying in laboring parturients. 
Zimmermann DL, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):612-6 

Prophylactic use epidural mepivacaine/morphine, 
systemic diclofenac, and metamizole reduces postoperative 

hine consumption after major abdominal surgery. 

Rockemann "MG, et al Anesthesiology 1996. May, 


in labour 


in obstetrics. Epidural analgesia 
[letter] Buggy DJ. BMJ 1996 Feb 10;312(7027):379 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


syndromes associated with postoperative 
Yo analgesia. A case report. Price C, et al. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr;78(4):597-9 


ANALGESIA, OBSTETRICAL 


Bolus metoclopramide does not enhance mo 
after cesarean section. Driver RP Jr, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1033-5 

Recurrence of herpes simplex 
section and epidural morphine. James CF. Anesth Analg 
1996 May;82(5):1094—6 (17 ref.) 

Naloxone versus nalbuphine infusion for prophylaxis of 
epidural morphine- induced itus. Kendrick WD, et al. 
Anesth Analg 

Adding fentanyl 0.0002% to epidural bupivacaine 0.125% 
does not delay gastric emptying in laboring urients. 
Zimmermann DL, et al. Anesth wet 1996 Mar;82(3):612-6 

Recent advances in obstetrics. Epid esia in labour 
[letter] Buggy DJ. BMJ i396 Fa Feb Soret 379 


ANALGESIA, 
PATIENT-CONTROLLED 


A multidimensional comparison of morphine and 
hydromorphone patient-controlled analgesia. Rapp SE, et 
al. Anesth Analg I 1996 May;82(5):1043-8 

Does patient-controlled analgesia achieve better control of 
pain and fewer adverse effects than intramuscular 
analgesia? A prospective randomized trial. Nitschke LF, 
et al. Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):417-23 

Does patient-controlled analgesia lead to delayed — 
of lower limb compartment syndrome? [letter] O Sullivan 
ST, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):1087-8 


ANALGESICS 


be tients refuse pain medications. Wallace KG. 
Nurs 1996 Feb;96(2):20-1 

Pi a blocks nifedipine-induced analgesia in rats. 
Hunt TE, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 8203). 498-500 

Intrathecal clonidine and tizanidine in conscious dogs: 
comparison of analgesic and hemodynamic effects. Kroin 
JS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):627-35 

Refractory idiopathic erythromelalgia. Rauck RL, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1097-101 

Antagonism of the antinocifensive action of halothane by 
intrathecal administration of GABAA receptor antagonists. 
Mason P, et al. 1996 May;84(5):1205-14 

Does patient-controlled analgesia achieve better control of 
pain and fewer adverse effects than intramuscular 
analgesia? A prospective randomized trial. Nitschke LF, 
et al. Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):417-23 


ANALGESICS, NON-NARCOTIC 


Intraoperative ketorolac has an opioid-sparing effect in 
women after diagnostic laparoscopy but not after 
laparoscopic tubal ligation. Green CR, et al. 

Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):732-7 
Ketorolac and strabismus surgery [letter] Munro HM, et al. 
Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):889-90 

Postarthroscopic meniscus repair analgesia with intraarticular 
ketorolac or morphine. Reuben SS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
May;82(5):1036-9 

New ways of looking at an old molecule [editorial; comment] 
Brent J. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):149-53. 
Comment on: J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):145-7. 

The use of ondansetron in the treatment of nausea and 
vomiting associated with acetaminophen poisoning. Clark 
RF, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):163-7 

Does acetaminophen damage the heart? [see comments] Lip 
GY, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):145-7 (23 ref.) 
. Comment in: J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):149-53. 
Comment in: J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):155-6. 

APAP-induced heart injury? Maybe yes, maybe no. Next 

uestion? [editorial; comment] Smilkstein MJ. 
Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):155-6. Comment on: J 
Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):145-7. 
kinetics of extended relief vs regular release 
Tylenol in simulated human overdose. Stork CM, et al. 
J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):157-62 


ANALGESICS, OPIOID 


Bolus metoclopramide does not enhance morphine analgesia 
after cesarean section. Driver RP Jr, et al 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1033-5 

Recurrence of herpes simplex virus blepharitis after cesarean 
section and epidural morphine. James CF. Anesth Analg 
1996 May;82(5):1094-6 (17 ref.) 

Naloxone versus nalbuphine infusion for prophylaxis of 
— morphine-induced pruritus. Kendrick WD, et al. 

Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):641-7 

Prevention of pain on injection of propofol: a comparison 
of lidocaine with alfentanil. Nathanson MH, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):469-71 

A multidimensional comparison of morphine and 
hydromorphone patient-controlled analgesia. Rapp SE, et 
al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1043-8 

Postarthroscopic meniscus repair analgesia with intraarticular 
ketorolac or morphine. Reuben SS, et al. Anesth Analg | 


ANASTOMOSIS, SURGICAL 


eye se Be 
The of on mood and 
— functioning in healthy volunteers. Zacny JP, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May,82(5).931- 5 
Adding fentanyl 0.0002% to epidural bupivacaine 0. _— 


2(3)-612-6 
ial tolerance 


May. 


Prophylactic use of epidural mepivacaine/morphine, 
systemic diclofenac, and metamizole reduces postoperative 
morphine consumption after major abdominal surgery. 
Rockemann MG, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May; 


gesics and pain control [letter] Clark AJ, et 
Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 15;154(10):1472, 1474; 
discussion 1476-7 
Regulated analgesics and pain control [letter] Goldman B. 
- Med Assoc J 1996 May 15;154(10):1474; discussion 
1476-7 


Regulated analgesics and pain control [letter] Hagen NA, 
et al. Can Med Assoc J 1996 — An 15;154(10):1470, 1472 

Modifying prescribing of regulated analgesics [letter] Hux 
pte 3 Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 1;154(7):1005-6; discussion 
1 

Regulated analgesics and pain control [letter] Jovey RD. 
p> Med Assoc J 1996 May 15;154(10):1476; discussion 
1476-7 

Modifying Paes of regulated analgesics [letter] Murray 
a Assoc J 1996 Apr 1;154(7):1006; discussion 
1 


oe prescribing of regulated analgesics [letter] Panton 
WD. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 1; 1S4(7): 1006; discussion 
1006-7 


Methylnaltrexone prevents morphine-induced delay in 
oral-cecal transit time without affecting analgesia: a 
double-blind randomized placebo-controlled trial. Yuan 
CS, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):469-75 

What is adequate and appropriate pain treatment? [letter] 
— SR. JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1310; discussion 
1311 

What is adequate and appropriate pain treatment? [letter] 
Jacobson L, et al. Sane a foes 1;275(17):1310-1 

What is adequate and app a treatment? [letter] 
Murphy D. JAMA 1996 May. 1;275(17):1311 

What is adequate and appropriate pain treatment? [letter] 
White WG. JAMA 1996 a, 1;275(17):1311 

Illicit fentanyl in Europe Berens AI, et al. 
1996 May 11;347(9011): 1334-5 

to controlling pain in patients with cancer 
Reidenberg MM. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1278 
Morphine for relief of cancer pain [letter] Ripamonti C, et 
. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1262-3 

Reappraisal of lytic cocktail/demerol, phenergan, and 
thorazine (DPT) for the sedation of children [letter] Parks 
BR, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):779-80 

Persistent pain associated with long-term 
morphine administration. Parris WC, et al. 
South Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):417-9 


ANAPHYLAXIS 


Life-threatening anaphylactoid reaction after iv injection of 
oem meglumine [letter] Meuli RA, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):729 
Anaphylactic reaction to latex in health care workers [letter] 
Konrad C, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1107 
Coronary artery spasm during anaphylaxis [letter] Machiels 
JP, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):674-5 
Anaphylaxis: statement on initial management in nonhospital 
settings. Laboratory Centre for Disease Control. 
Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 15;154(10):1519-22 
(Eng, Fre) 
Nizatidine anaphylaxis. Mira-Perceval JL, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):855-6 
Anaphylaxis to 6-alpha-methylprednisolone in an 
eight-year-old child. Moreno-Ancillo A, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1169-71 
Recombinant soluble form of the human high-affinity 
receptor for IgE prevents anaphylactic shock in mice. 
Naito K, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
97(3):773-80 
Hymenoptera sting challenge of 348 patienis: relation to 
subsequent field stings. van Halteren HK, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1058-63 
Exercise-induced anaphylaxis related to specific foods [letter] 
Policastro AM. J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):724 


ANASTOMOSIS, SURGICAL 


Use of a mechanical microvascular anastomotic device in 
head and neck free tissue transfer. Shindo ML, et al. 
Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 May;122(5):529-32 

Operative injury to the hepatic artery. Consequences of a 
biliary-enteric anastomosis and principles for rational 
management. Majno PE, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
131Q).211-5 

Influence of suture technique and suture material selection 
on the mechanics of end-to-end and end-to-side 
anastomoses. Baumgartner N, et al. 


Lancet 


intrathecal 


11 





ANASTOMOSIS, SURGICAL 


J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May;111(5):1063-72 
Microvascular anastomoses. A i 

adhesive and i suture 
Bowen CV, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
‘aa ae hold tendon rr 
A atraumatic to 
flexor or extensor tendon tenorrhaphy. Lanzetta M, 
Plat Reconstr Surg 1986 May.970) 1239 


seven elt om lpn dept Rese 
RJ, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(4):784-91 


ANDROGEN ANTAGONISTS 
cancer: effects on prostate 
» tumor - staging by endorectal 
Chen M, et 
1996 May, 1665): 1157-63 
prone cance fetter} Anand A Am J Med 1996 Feb; 
oe 


withdrawal syndrome. 
bp a a PL ar Baer advanced 
cancer. Small EJ, Bien katy fendunene 428-34 
Deoxyribonucleic acid-binding ability of androgen 
im whole cells: implications for the actions of 


Kuil CW, et al. Endocrinology 
May 31) 1890-7 j 


antigen onadal 
ae deferred 


coil MR 
AJR Am J 


after gi androgen 
flutamide treatment [letter] Small 
EJ. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1704-5 
RE: Prostate antigen after gonadal androgen 
deferred flutamide treatment [letter] Walsh 
PC. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1705 


ANDROGENS 
action 
or, and ears. 
1996 May;137(5):1752-7 


Deox acid-binding ability of androgen 
tp yo ayy ate, 


lhe eo Kuil CW, et al. Endocrinology 1996 
a 137(5):1 


A novel wo pa nnaggeeen b in > 4 wae the androgen 
receptor com; 


plete resistance. 
Lembo i. ¢ al 3 D Clie Endccrincl Muah 1996 May, 


indexes on sex hormone-binding 

i rogen levels in aging or obese males. 

ermeulen A, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May; 
81(5):1821-6 


ANDROSTADIENES 


Effects of inhaled fluticasone ‘opionate and oral 
on lymphocyte beta 2-adrenoceptor function 
m asthmatic patients. Tan KS, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 
10902). 343-7 
Intranasal fluticasone propionate versus loratadine in the 
treatment of adolescent patients with seasonal allergic 
rhinitis. Jordana G, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb. 
97(2):588-95 
R i 7 focal sdminstration of “Nutcasone "and 
by administration of fluticasone and 
budesonide. Knutsson PU, et al 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb; 597(2):655-61 
Fluticasone propionate aerosol: efficacy in patients with mild 
to moderate asthma. Fluticasone Propionate Asthma Study 
Group. Sheffer AL, et al. J Fam Pract 1996 Apr; 
42(4):369-75 


ANDROSTANOLS 


The onset of rocuronium, but not of vecuronium or 
mivacurium, is modified by tourniquet inflation. Audibert 
G, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):848-53 

Comparison of rocuronium and mivacurium to_ 
succinylcholine during outpatient laparoscopic surgery. 
Tang J, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5).994-8 

Repeated doses of rocuronium bromide administered to 
cirrhotic and control patients receiving isoflurane. A 
clinical and pharmacokinetic study. Servin FS, et al. 

1996 May;84(5): 1092-100 


ANDROSTENEDIONE 


The effect of transforming growth factor-beta on 
' is and expression of key steroidogenic 
enzymes with a human ovarian thecal-like tumor cell 
model. Carr BR, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr; 
174(4):1109-16; discussion 1116-7 


ANEMIA 


Right ventricular function in chronically anemic fetal lambs. 
vis LE, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr; 
174(4): 1289-94 
Effects of erythropoietin on muscle O2 transport during 
exercise in ients with chronic renal failure. Marrades 
RM, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2092-100 
Cellular bioenergetics after erythropoietin therapy in chronic 
renal failure. Marrades RM, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 


12 


1;97(9):2101-10 
of 


i lialysis ot 
[letter] Kotanko P. NEesl 3 Mod 996 Jun 20:304(23)-1 1670; 
discussion 1670-1 


I of hemodialysis erythropoietin 
eter} Uséna ct al N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20; 
34(25):1669; discussion 1670-1 

application 


in anemic ients 
with colorectal cancer: A double-blind 
Heiss MM, et al. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):523-7 


ANEMIA, APLASTIC 

Measurement of endogenous plasma loc 
colony-stimulating factor in petionts with 
anemia by a sensitive chemiluminescent 
Kojima S, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15; “87(4):1303-8 


ANEMIA, HEMOLYTIC 

Ovarian dermoid cyst-associated autoimmune hemolytic 
anemia: a case with emphasis on 
mechanisms. Cobo F, et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1996 
105(5):567-71 

Case report: diabetic microangiopathic hemolytic anemia and 


thrombocytopenia with yndrome. Mori 
H, et al. eras aeeoneT « 
Decreased fetal 


Kell 
hemolytic anemia. Weiner CP, et 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb 45 51 
SS ee African kindred with 


Feb Feb 12-87(4).1656 io eee 


Restricted immunoglobulin VH region repertoire in chronic 
lymphocytic leukemia patients with autoimmune hemolytic 
anemia. Efremov DG, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3869-76 

Microangiopathic ayy 
vasculitis. Ross CN, et 
35(4):377-9 

Haemolytic anaemia after mitral valve repair [letter 

et al. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1330-1 


HEMOLYTIC, 
AUTOIMMUNE 


Tacrolimus-related posttransplant lymphoproliferative 
disorder presenting as autoimmune ytic anemia. 
DiGi JA, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Mar; 
120(3):282-5 
Renal cell carcinoma and autoimmune hemolytic anemia. 
Lands R, et al. South Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):444-5 

Upper extremity arterial thrombosis associated with 
immunohemolytic anemia. Lipski DA, et al. Surgery 1996 
Mar;119(3):354-5 


ANEMIA, IRON-DEFICIENCY 


Does iron prevent effects of lead exposure? [letter] Robertson 
WO. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15; re 1148 
Intensity of emodiatyais and r to erythropoietin 
[letter] Ballinger AB, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20; 

334(25):1670; discussion 1670-1 


ANEMIA, NEONATAL 


Effect of protein intake on eryt iesis during 
erythropoietin treatment of anemia of prematurity. Brown 
MS, et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):512-7 


ANEMIA, SICKLE CELL 


Fetal hemoglobin in sickle cell anemia: relation to regulatory 
sequences cis to the beta-globin gene. Multicenter Study 
of Hydroxyurea. Lu ZH, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15; 
87(4):1604-11 

Colonization with antibiotic-resistant Streptococcus 
pneumoniae in children with sickle cell disease. Steele RW, 
et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):531-5 

Selective embryonic survival of conceptuses with sickle-cell 
and beta-thalassaemia traits? [letter] Hook EB. Lancet 1996 
May 4;347(9010):1269 

Painful crises in sickle-cell disease [letter] Serjeant G, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1190-1 


ANENCEPHALY 


Reconsideration of AMA opinion on anencephalic neonates 
as organ donors [letter] Plows CW. JAMA 1996 Feb 14; 
275(6):443-4 


ANESTHESIA 


Video as a patient teaching tool: does it add to the 
preoperative anesthetic visit? Zvara DA, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1065-8 

Forget the costs: use what is best pt Jacoby J. 
Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1258-9 

Parental presence during induction of anesthesia. A 
randomized controlled trial. Kain ZN, et al. 
Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1060-7 

Rate of coronary flow adaptation in response to changes in 
heart rate before and during anesthesia for coronary artery 


aplastic 
y- 


anaemia and systemic 
. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Apr; 


ter] Dol YL, 


van Wezel HB, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May; 
Mes tio? 1107-18 


or sedation for misusers [letter] Brewer C. 
Se 1996 Mar 30;347( 


ANESTHESIA, CLOSED-CIRCUIT 
Raising the ing table ing a sudden anesthesia 
system obetrnction fitter Silver 
1996 May;82(5):1107-8 


et al. Anesth Analg 

ANESTHESIA, CONDUCTION 
i anesthesia and local anesthetic-induced seizures 
] Stemp LI. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):669-70 


ANESTHESIA, EPIDURAL 


a ee SS a as ee 
ay wee © Oe © ane. = 


Riay82(5)-108 curve. Ishibe Y, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
rones 5):1049-55 


Paraplegia in a patient who by chance missed the insertion 

Senceeas anee Gees Konstantinidou AS, et al. 

Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1110 

The effects of dobutamine and phenylephrine on 
atrioventricular conduction during combined use of 
halothane and thoracic epidural lidocaine. Nishikawa K, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):551-7 

The effect of abdominal on the onset of epid 
blockade in laboring women [letter] Parke TJ, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):887 

Dural puncture with a 26-gauge spinal needle affects spread 
of epidural anesthesia. Suzuki N, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
May;82(5): 1040-2 

Epidural test dose: isoproterenol is a reliable marker for 
intravascular inj in anesthetized adults. Tanaka M. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1056-9 

Pulmonary function changes py h-: epidural anesthesia for 
cesarean delivery. Yun Ee et Anesth Analg 1996 Apr; 
82(4):750-3 


ANESTHESIA, GENERAL 


The effect of anesthesia oe on needle localization breast 
biopsy: another poin' view. Papa MZ, et al. 
Am J Surg 1996 Fel Feb; 171(2):242-3 

Deliberate oxy, deprivation in children: ethical 
considerations fetter] Coté CJ. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):671-2 

Inhalation — a young anesthetist'’s dilemma [letter] 
Geiser JF. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):896 

Propofol-opioid mixtures during prolonged infusions [letter] 
Ghouri AF, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):888-9 

False-low carbon monoxide diffusing capacity measurement 
after general anesthesia [letter] Gilbert R, et al. Chest 1996 
Feb; 109(2):592 


ANESTHESIA, INHALATION 


The comparative effects of sevoflurane versus propofol in 
the induction and maintenance of anesthesia in adult 
patients. Jellish WS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):479-85 

Preventing desaturation during single-lung anesthesia 
Sheinbaum R. Anesth Analg | May;82(5):1107 

Sevoflurane versus isoflurane: induction and recovery 
characteristics with single-breath inhaled inductions of 
anesthesia. Sloan MH, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):528-32 

Hemodynamic effects of intravenous ephedrine in infants and 
children anesthetized with halothane and nitrous oxide. 
Taguchi N, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):568-73 


ANESTHESIA, INTRATRACHEAL 


Massive subcutaneous emphysema during emergence from 
anesthesia followed by seizures [letter] Oberoi MP, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):675 


ANESTHESIA, INTRAVENOUS 


Processing familiar and unfamiliar auditory stimuli during 
general anesthesia. Donker AG, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
Mar. 82(3):452-5 

Lidocaine and no carrier fluid for the prevention of pain 
due to injection of propofol [letter] Gozal Y. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1111 

The comparative effects of sevoflurane versus propofol in 
the induction and maintenance of anesthesia in adult 
patients. Jellish WS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):479-85 

Total intravenous anesthesia and endotracheal oxygen 
insufflation for repair of nape fistula in an 
adult. Joynt GM, et al. Anesth Analg |! Mar;82(3):661-3 

Spectral analysis of arterial pressure variability during 
induction of fol anesthesia. Wang H, et al. 

May;82(5):914-9 


ANESTHESIA, LOCAL 


The effect of anesthesia type on needle localization breast 
biopsy: another point of view. Papa MZ, et al. 


ural 


’ 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





J Surg 1996 Feb;171(2):242-3 





y;82(5):1076-7 
or Lee a intrathecal local 


anesthetic ashpal K, et al 
Anesthesiology 1996 Levsaspatio-zs 


ANESTHESIOLOGY 


Force and torque vary between laryngoscopists and 
blades. ings RH, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 


Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):679-80 
bation 


paralyzed, apneic 
. Cole AF, 


: durability of educational 


pain 
. Janjan NA, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Mar 1.77(5}-996_ 1001 


Betrayal by the surgeons. Light DW. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):812-3 


ANESTHETICS, DISSOCIATIVE 


Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):170-5 


ANESTHETICS, INHALATION 


The effects of sevoflurane on contractile and ; . 
ysiologic properties in isolated guinea pig 
muscles. Azuma M, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 

owt 

Recovery profile after desflurane with or without 

. with propofol in _ 
laparoscopy 
— 
A from the 


Isoflurane, pa thiopental, and brain edema 
— J. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):672 
The comparative effects of sevoflurane versus propofol in 
the induction and maintenance of anesthesia in adult 
patients. Jellish WS, et al. Amesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):479-85 
motor evoked potentials induced 
direct teceriea! stimaletion of the exposed motor cortex 
under isoflurane and sevoflurane. Kawaguchi M, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):593-9 
The effect of sevoflurane and isoflurane on the 
neuromuscular block uced by vecuronium continuous 
infusion. Kurahashi Anesth Analg 1996 May; 
82(5):942-7 


ic epidural lidocaine. 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):551-7 
on response of rat coronary microvessels 
by isoflurane but not by halothane. Park KW, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 ag ey 
Sevoflurane versus isoflurane: 
characteristics with cngie breath: ‘inhaled inductions of 
anesthesia. Sloan MH, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


82(3):528-32 
Hemodynamic effects of intravenous ephedrine in infants and 
children anesthetized with halothane and nitrous oxide. 
Taguchi N, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):568-73 

The effects of sevofl isoflurane, halothane, and 


via 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):821-6 
ee on renal 
tubular function in patients with moderately ee 
function. Tsukamoto N, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May; 
82(5)-909-13 
Volatile anesthetics selectively inhibit the 
ae +) emanating Bee © Sapenes ae erythrocyte 
Fomitcheva I, et al. Anesthesiology 
1996 May84()8 1189-95 
Antagonism of the antinocifensive action of halothane by 
intrathecal administration of GABAA receptor an en. 
m.. he et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1 
d neurocirculatory activation in humans. 





ye or op a 
Muzi M, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):103 
renal sympathetic 


Anesthesiology 1996 M May; 943). 1196-204 
sp nem ene te effects of sevoflurane. Mechanical and 
electrophysiologic actions in vitro. Park WK, et al. 
Anesthesiology 1996 May:84(5):1166-76 
are significantly 
- heti 


Central nervous system sodium 
suppressed at clinical concentrations of volatile 
Rehberg B, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1223-33; 
discussion 27A 

Repeated doses of rocuronium bromide administered to 


May;84(5): 1138-47 
Halothane and isoflurane inhibit vasodilation due to 
constitutive but not inducible nitric oxide synthase. 
Implications for the site of anesthetic inhibition of the nitric 
oxide/guanylyl cyclase si: i way. Zuo Z, et al. 
Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):11 


ANESTHETICS, INTRAVENOUS 

Effects of anesthesia based on large versus small doses of 
fentanyl on natural killer cell cytotoxicity in the 

tive period. Beilin B, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 

Riantoc. 2492-7 

The effect of a cyclodextrin vehicle on the cardiovascular 
profile of propofol in rats. Bielen SJ, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):920-4 

The effects of propofol on hemodynamics and renal blood 
flow in healthy and in septic sheep, and combined with 
fentanyl in septic sheep. Booke M, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 


Apr;82(4):738-43 
Growth of microor; in  meey thiopental, and a 1:1 
Crowther J, et al. 


mixture of propofol and thiopen 
Analg 1996 Mar; 820) 073 8 
Antobationaie treatment for choreoathetosis in a child after 
induction with propofol [letter] Diltoer MW, et al. 
Anesth Analg | 96 Mar-82(3): 670 
noise aa dh uring propofol injection: the role of the 
solvent. icke AW, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):472-4 
Recovery profile after desflurane with or without 
ondansetron compared with propofol in Fy 
undergoing outpatient gynecological Gone 
H, et al. Amesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):533-8 
Identification of cytochrome P450 3A 1/2 as the major P450 
isoform responsible for the metabolism of fentanyl by rat 
liver microsomes. Feierman DE. Anesth Analg 1996 May; 
82(5):936-41 
Propofol-opioid mixtures ue one prolonged infusions [letter] 
Ghouri AF, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):888-9 
Lidocaine and no carrier fluid for the prevention of pain 
due to injection of propofol [letter] Gozal Y. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1111 
Isoflurane, fentanyl, thi tal, and brain edema [letter] 
Hartung J. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):672 
The comparative effects of sevoflurane versus propofol in 
the induction and maintenance of anesthesia in adult 
patients. Jellish WS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):479-85 
Prevention of pain on injection of propofol: a “+ oem 
of lidocaine with alfentanil. Nathanson MH, et 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):469-71 
The effects of propofol on the 40-Hz auditory steady-state 
response and on the electroencep in humans. 
Plourde G. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1015-22 
Sigma receptor activation does not mediate fentanyl-induced 
attenuation of muscarinic coronary contraction. Tsuchida 
H, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):982-7 
Spectral anal of arterial pressure variability during 
induction fol anesthesia. Wang H, et al. 
Anesth Analg | May;82(5):914-9 
Breast reduction under intravenous sedation: a review of 50 
cases. Zukowski ML, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 


T 


? 
i 


< 
8 


4 


- 
i 


5 


7 


i topical anesthesia from a calibrated 
P, et al. ‘Anesth Analg 1996 May:82(5): 1003-6 
local anesthetic-induced seizures 
ns ony LL —_ —— 1996 py: apn 
hyperbaric 0.5% tetracaine as a 
Sumi M, et al. 


toxicity. 
y;82(5):1076-7 

needle affects spread 
Suzuki N, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 


emptying in laboring 
Diver a Anesth Abate 1996 Mie eri 
Influence of timing of ehesenerine So Ge caieee eet 
of bupivacaine infiltration in carrageenin-injected rats. 
D, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1129-37 

ivacaine/ 


in pain therapy. Schnider TW, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 
May;84(5):1043-50 
Effects of ne or postinjury intrathecal local 
t 


— pal K, 

y;84(5):1119-28 

Is one needle better than two? Should an 
Pronchik D, et al. Ann Emerg Med Is 


1996 
y care? [letter] 
May; 27(5): 675-6 


Mar;122(3): 261-3 

Efficacy of topical anesthesia in children. Vinci RJ, et al. 
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May;150(5):466-9 

Breast reduction under intravenous sedation: a review of 50 
cases. Zukowski ML, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(5):952-6; discussion 957-8 


ANEUPLOIDY 


Are DADs ——— aneuploidy detection) as good as 
MOMs (multiples of the median)? ] Palomaki GE, 
et al. Am J Gynecol 1995 173(6):1895-7 

MOMs (multiples of the median) may inow best: there are 
insufficient data to suggest os DADs (discriminant 
rp yA detection) are su ter] Reynolds TM. 

Obstet Gynecol 1995 17 6):1895 

Tumor suppression and inhibition ~ aneuploid cell 
accumulation in human brain tumor cells by ectopic 
overexpression of the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor 
p27KIP1. Chen J, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 

97(8):1983-8 


ANEURYSM 


Curing a consumption ——— with transcatheter 
embolization of a visceral arte . Suhocki PV, 
et al. AJR Am J Roestgenal 1 1996 Apr; 166(4):982-4 

Multidisciplinary approach to es 

reatic pseudocysts. Im of pretreatment d 

l GT, et al. Arch 1996 Mar;131(3):278-83 

Vein aneurysms of the lower extremities [letter] Volteas SK, 
et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;1!19(3):356-7 


ANEURYSM, DISSECTING 


Right ventricular obstruction in aortic dissection: a 
mechanism of hemodynamic collapse. Downey RJ, et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):988-90 

Dissection of an allograft ascending aorta after aortic root 


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ANEURYSM, DISSECTING 


replacement. Smith JA, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar; 
61(3):1011-2 
Li ytic aortitis and acute aortic dissection. An 


association. Faye-Petersen O 


uncommon iM, et 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 + gee (20 ref.) 
arterial dissection 


Fate of the native aorta after repair of acute type A 
i : resonance imaging study. Moore NR, 
Jan;75(1):62-6 
of vss aortic dissection flap imaged by 
2 egy. Richens Ta et al. 


internal carotid 
a 1996 Feb;46(2):356-9 


ANEURYSM, FALSE 
Repair of a in the neck by sonographically 
' compression [letter] Meyer R, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):994 
Endovascular treatment of a kitc knife pseudoaneurysm 
of the cervical internal carotid . Tu RK, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):704 
survival of a patient with left ventricular 
rysm following myocardial infarction and 
mitral valve replacement. Fazia RB, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 
109%(2):577-9 
Embolization of splenic artery branch pseudoaneurysm after 
blunt abdominal trauma. James CA, et al. J Trauma 1996 
May;40(5):835-7 


ANEURYSM, RUPTURED 


Spinal arachnoid cyst developing after surgical treatment of 
a ruptured vertebral artery aneurysm: a _ possible 
complication of topical use of fibrin glue. Case report. 
Taguchi Y, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):526-9 


ANGER 


Mood still angry following bitter Saskatchewan strike. 
Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15;154(8):1236-8 


ANGINA PECTORIS 


Cyclic flow variations after angioplasty: a rare phenomenon 
= of immediate complications. DEBATE 
vestigator s Group. Sunamura M, et al. Am Heart J 1996 
May; 131(5):843-8 
Effect of spinal cord stimulation on myocardial blood flow 
by positron emission tomography in patients with 
refractory angina pectoris. Hautvast RW, et al 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):462-7 

Gender bias in the evaluation of chest pain in the emergency 
department. Lehmann JB, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
15;77(8):641-4 

North of England evidence based guidelines development 
project: summary version of evidence based guideline for 
the primary care management angina. North of England 
Stable Angina Guideline Development Group. BMJ 1996 
Mar 30,312(7034):827-32 (123 ref.) 

Angina-like chest pain. Heart, esophagus, or something else? 
[editorial; comment] Richter JE. 1996 May; 
109(5):1139-40. Comment on: Chest 1996 
May; 109(5):1210-4. 

Prevalence of esopha; disorders in patients with chest pain 
newly referred to t or cardiologist [see comments] Voskuil 
JH, et al. Chest 1996 May;109(5):1210-4. Comment in: 
Chest 1996 May;109(5):1139-40. 

Assessing the significance of preinfarction angina [letter] 
Barron HV, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1550-1 

A new noninvasive method of diagnosing v ic angina 
based on dilation response of the left main coronary artery 
to nitroglycerin as measured by echocardiography. Morita 
H, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1450-7 

Impaired glucose tolerance with late hypersecretion of insulin 
during oral glucose tolerance test in patients with 

vasospastic angina. Suzuki M, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
May;27(6):1458-63 

Coronary flow velocity changes after intravenous 
dipyridamole infusion: measurements using intravascular 
Doppler guide wire. A documentation of flow 
inhomogeneity. Voudris V, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
Apr;27(5):1148-55 

Transmyocardial laser revascularization: operative 
—T and clinical results at two years. Horvath KA, 
et al. J Thorac Cardiovase Surg 1996 May;111(5):1047-53 

Angina reassessed: pain or protector? Yellon DM, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1159-62 (45 ref.) 

The evaluation of chest pain in women. Douglas PS, et al. 

N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1311-5 (55 ref.) 


ANGINA PECTORIS, VARIANT 


Ineffectiveness of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibition 
(enalapril) on overt and silent myocardial ischemia in 
vasospastic angina and com m with verapamil. Guazzi 
M, et al. Clin Pharmacol sot Fear 1996 Apr; “59(4):4 476-81 

Basal release of cudathalien derived nitric oxide at site of 


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spasm in patients with variant an, —_ Egashira K, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May:21 ): 1444-9 

Ergonovine ec 
diagnosis of a. 
angiography [see comments] Son 5 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5 :1156-61. Comment in: 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1162-3. 


ANGINA, UNSTABLE 


Cyclic flow variations after angioplasty: a rare phenomenon 
predictive of immediate complications. DEBATE 
Investigator s Group. Sunamura M, et al. Am Heart J 1996 
May;131(5):843-8 

re enzyme insertion/deleticn 
polymorphism and restenosis after coronary angioplasty 
in unstable angina pectoris. Kasi JC, et al. 

Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15.77(10):875-7 

Detection and significance of myocardial ischemia in women 
versus men within six months of acute myocardial 
infarction or unstable angina. The a Myocardial 
Ischemia Research Group. Moriel M, et al 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr is. ;:77(10): 798-804 

A randomized trial of low osmolar ionic versus nonionic 
contrast media in patients with myocardial infarction or 
unstable pe oo -f ory gee transluminal 

L 


coronary an 
J Am Shel 1996 May: 27(6):1381-6 

Preinfarction angina as a major predictor of left ventricular 
function and i prognosis after a first Q wave 
myocardial infarction [letter] Haider AW, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):954-5 


ANGIOGENESIS FACTOR 


Vascular endothelial growth factor and platelet-derived 
rowth factor are potential angiogenic and metastatic 
actors in human breast cancer. Anan K, et al. Surgery 
1996 Mar;119(3):333-9 


ANGIOGRAPHY 


CT angiography: shaded surface versus maximum intensity 
projection [letter] Alberico RA, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May;166(5):1227-9 

Automated bone editing algorithm for CT angiography: 
preliminary results. Fishman EK, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):669-72 

Value of three-dimensional spiral CT hepatic angiography. 
Kanematsu M, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 
166(3):585-91 

A prospective study of carbon dioxide-digital subtraction 
vs standard contrast arteriography in the evaluation of the 
renal arteries. Schreier DZ, et al. Arch Surg 1996 May; 
131(5):503-7; discussion 507-8 

Evaluation of coagulation tests as predictors of vg 
bleeding complications. Darcy MD, et al. 1996 
Mar;198(3):741-4 

Cardiovascular/interventional radiology. Soulen MC, et al. 

1996 Mar-;198(3):933-6 


ANGIOGRAPHY, DIGITAL 
SUBTRACTION 


A prospective study of carbon dioxide-digital subtraction 
vs standard contrast arteriography in the evaluation of the 
renal arteries. Schreier DZ, et al. Arch Surg 1996 May; 
131(5):503-7; discussion 507-8 

Pulmonary embolism: interobserver agreement in the 
interpretation of conventional angiographic and DSA 
images in patients with nondiagnostic lung scan results. 
van Beek BS. et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):721-4 


ANGIOMYOLIPOMA 


Angiomyolipoma and renal cell carcinoma: US 
differentiation. Siegel CL, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):789-93 


ANGIONEUROTIC EDEMA 


Hypodermic epinephrine spray and uvular angioedema 
revisited [letter] Peltz S, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 
Feb;97(2):717-8 

Hereditary angioedema [editorial; comment] Cicardi M, et 
al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1666-7. Comment 
on: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1630-4. 

Images in clinical medicine. Angioedema of the intestine. 
Gregory KW, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1641 

Treatment of hereditary angioedema with a vapor-heated 
Cl inhibitor concentrate = comments] Waytes AT, et 
al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1630-4. Comment 
in: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1666-7. 


Sere 


Angioplasty for renal artery stenosis. Ames R. JAMA 1996 
May 15; yst19) 1476 
the choice of material influence early morbidity in 
patients undergoing carotid patch angioplasty? Katz SG, 
et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3):297-301 


ANGIOPLASTY, BALLOON 


1 peripheral —— during balloon 
a [letter] Abraham P, et 
Am J Roentgenol 1996 a 16645): 1230-1 
Spontaneous regression of gioplasty restenosis in 
common iliac artery [letter] Hirai T, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):728-9 
What is the role of intraarterial vasodilators during 
angioplasty? Which and how much vasodilator should we 
use? Wittich GR. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May; 
166(5):1225 
Rotational atherectomy with adjunctive balloon angioplasty 
versus conventional |, transluminal coronary 
angioplasty in type B2 lesions: results of a randomized 
study. Guérin Y, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):879-83 
Vertebral artery stenting following percutaneous 
transluminal angioplasty. Technical note. Storey GS, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):883-7 
Angioplasty for intermittent claudication [letter] Vanmaele 
RG. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):830 


ANGIOPLASTY, TRANSLUMINAL, 
PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY 


Roles of percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty and 
bypass graft surgery for the treatment of coronary artery 
disease. Cishek MB, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 
131(5):1012-7 (58 ref.) 

Rotational atherectomy with adjunctive balloon angioplasty 
versus conventional percutaneous transluminal coronary 
angioplasty in type B2 lesions: results of a randomized 
study. Guerin Y, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):879-83 

Microparticle deposition in periarterial microvasculature and 
intramural dissections after porous balloon delivery into 
atherosclerotic vessels: quantitation and localization by 
confocal scanning laser microscopy. Nasser TK, et al. 
Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):892-8 

Influence of vessel dilatation on restenosis after successful 
percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty. Schmitz 
HJ, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):884-91 

Cyclic flow variations after angioplasty: a rare phenomenon 
predictive of immediate complications. DEBATE 
Investigator s Group. Sunamura M, et al. Am Heart J 1996 
May;131(5):843-8 

Superoxide dismutase activity as a predictor of myocardial 
reperfusion and salvage in acute myocardial infarction. 
Tomoda H, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):849-56 

Angiographic correlates of lesion relevance and suitability 
for percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty and 
coronary artery bypass grafting in the Bypass Angioplasty 
Revascularization Investigation study (BARI). Botas J, et 
al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):805-14 

Angiographic and procedural outcome after coronary 
angioplasty in high-risk subsets using a decremental 
diameter (tapered) balloon catheter. Tapered Balloon 
Registry Investigators. Laird JR, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 
Mar 15;77(8):561-8 

Effects of endoluminal coronary stents on the frequency of 
coronary artery bypass grafting after unsuccessful 
percutaneous transluminal coronary vascularization. 
Lindsay J, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):647-9 

Lovastatin plus probucol for prevention of restenosis after 
percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty. O Keefe 
JH Jr, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):649-52 

Cardiopulmonary support mitigates the effects of 
experimental myocardial ischemia. Ward HB, et al. 
Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):773-9 

Neointimal thickening after severe coronary artery injury 
is limited by a short-term administration of a factor Xa 
inhibitor. Results in a porcine model. Schwartz RS, et al. 
Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1542-8 

a coronary © pean and angioplasty. Meier B. 

eart 1996 Jan;75(1):8-10 

che stentin, with a novel stainless steel 
balloon-ex; pandable stent: determinants of neointimal 
formation and on ll in arterial geometry after placement 
in an atherosclerotic model. Carter AJ, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1270-7 

Repeated coronary artery occlusions during routine balloon 
angioplasty do not induce myocardial preconditioning in 
humans. Dupouy P, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May; 
27(6):1374-80 

A randomized trial of low osmolar ionic versus nonionic 
contrast media in patients with myocardial infarction or 
unstable angina undergoing percutaneous transluminal 
coronary — plasty. Grines CL, et al. 

J Am Coll 1996 May;27(6):1381-6 

Decreased prevalence of late potentials with mechanical 
versus thrombolysis-induced reperfusion in acute 
myocardial infarction. Karam C, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1343-8 

Another step toward resolving the contrast controversy 
[editorial] Moliterno DJ, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
May;27(6):1387-9 

Neutrophil and platelet activation at balloon-injured 
coronary artery ste a in patients undergoing angioplasty. 
Neumann FJ, . J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15; 
27(4):819-24 

Three-year follow-up of the Argentine Randomized Trial 
of Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty 
Versus Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery in Multivessel 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Disease (ERACI). Rodriguez A, 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 apr 7(3): si7e-96 
Long-term —_ benefits of 


artery disease. J 
Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May;111(5): 1013-25, 
Primary angi yy for acute myocardial infarction: is the 
balloon half full or half empty? Verheugt FW. Lancet 1996 
May 11;347(9011):1276-7 


ANGIOTENSIN II 

Angiotensin II induces ovulation and oocyte maturation in 
rabbit ovaries via the AT2 receptor subtype. Yoshimura 
Y, et al. 1996 Apr;137(4):1204-11 

Angiotensin II-mediated hypertension in the rat increases 
vascular su xide production via membrane 
NADH/NADPH oxidase activation. Contribution to 
alterations of vasomotor tone. Rajagopalan §, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8): 1916-23 

The subtype-2 (AT2) angiotensin receptor renal 
cyclic guanosine 3 5° jaan and ATI 

—mediated luction in 


conscious rats [see comments et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; he iy Saas in: J 
Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1787. 


ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING 
ENZYME INHIBITORS 


Diagnosis of renovascular BR tence 
captopril-sensitized dynamic M. and comparison 
with —"s scintigraphy. Gusiee N, et al. 

AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):835-43 

Successful heart failure therapy is effective antiarrhythmia 

y [editorial] Khosla S, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 
131¢ 1048-50 (23 ref.) 

Renin inhibition: a novel therapy for cardiovascular disease. 

C, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):1024-34 (115 
) 


feasibility of 


Angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibition, autonomic 
activity, and hemodynamics in patients with heart failure 
who form isometric exercise. Willenbrock R, et al. 
Am J 1996 May;131(5):999-1006 

Influence of digitalis on left ventricular functional response 
to exercise in estive heart failure. Morisco C, et al. 
Am J Cardiol | Mar 1;77(7):480-5 

Patterns of angiotensin-converting enzyme ay use in 
congestive heart failure in two community hospitals. 
Philbin EF, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15-71(10)-832- 8 

Treatment of viral myocarditis with focus on ——- 
[editorial] Rezkalla SH, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 15; 
71(8):634-7 (41 ref.) 

Lisinopril attenuates acute hypoxic pulmonary 

vasoconstriction in humans. Cargill RI, et al. Chest 1996 
Feb; 109(2):424-9 


Ineffectiveness of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibition 
(enalapril) on overt and silent re dh ——_ +4, 


vasospastic angina and “~~ 
M, et al. Clin Pharmacol 1996 hen aes 
Ongoing clinical trials of angiotensin-converting enzyme 
inhibitors for treatment of coronary artery disease in 
patients with ed left ventricular function. Pepine 
CJ. J Am Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1048-52 (14 ref.) 
—_ angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibition increases 
the plasma level of the natural stem cell regulator 
N-acetyl-seryl yl-lysyl-proline [see comments] 
Azizi M, et al. J Clim Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):839-44. 
Comment in: J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):588. 
Eotaxin: a VIC (very im tt chemokine) of allergic 
inflammation? [editorial] iolini M. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb 1;97(3):587 


News about ACE, or, te lives of “Siamese twin" 
domains [editorial; Ssmenth Eadie BO. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb 1;97(3):588. Comment on: J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 
1;97(3):839-44. 

Criticism of Servier re perindopril 
Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):832 

Intensity of hemodialysis and response to erythropoietin 
[letter] Kotanko P. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1670; 
discussion 1670-1 


[letter] Alliot LS. 


randolapril in patients with left ventricular dysfunction after 
myocardial infarction [letter] Neumayr G, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1546 


ANGIOTENSINOGEN 


Chronic hypertension and altered baroreflex responses in 
transgenic mice containing the human renin and human 
angiotensinogen Merrill DC, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb 15;97(4):1047-5 


ANGIOTENSINS 


Angiotensin receptors and their antagonists. Goodfriend TL, 
et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1649-54 (81 ref.) 


ANIMAL FEED 


Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform 
encephalopathy. Incidence of bovine spongiform 
encephalopathy is higher in cows born after feed ban 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


[letter] Bennett M. BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):843-4 


ANIMAL NUTRITION 


Islet acid glucan-1,4-alpha-glucosidase: a putative key 
enzyme in nutrient-stimulated insulin secretion. 
I, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1219-25 


ANIMAL RIGHTS 

“aoe right [letter] Martin PA. Neurology 1996 Mar; 

Animal radical right [letter] Newmark J. Neurology 1996 
Mar;46(3):883-4 

Animal radical right [letter] Nicely MC. Neurology 1996 Mar; 
46(3):883; discussion 884 

Animal radical right my White HH. Neurology 1996 Mar; 
46(3):883-4; discussion 884 


ANIMALS, DOMESTIC 


Effect of spinal cord stimulation on myocardial blood flow 
by positron emission —— 4 in — with 
refractory angina Hautv: 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):462- 7 


ANIMALS, TRANSGENIC 


Recent advances in gene Fr. ¥~ 
recombination. Marth JD. J In 
97(9):1999-2002 (29 ref.) 

Targeted mutagenesis: analysis of phenotype without germ 
line transmission. Nagy A, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 
15;97(6): 1360-5 (38 ref.) 


ANIRIDIA 


A nude mouse Wilms’ tumor line (KCMC-WT-1) derived 
from an aniridia patient with monoalleleic partial deletion 
of chromosome 1|1p. Nagashima Y, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 
15;77(4):799-804 


ANISTREPLASE 
A randomized factorial trial of reperfusion strategies and 
— dosing in acute myocardial infarction. The 
CCS-II i O'Connor CM, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):791-7 


ANKLE 


The stretch reflex response in the normal and spastic ankle: 
effect of ankle position. Meinders M, et al. 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May; TiS): 487-92 


ANKLE INJURIES 


Using tomography to diagnose occult ankle fractures. Ho 
K, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):600-5 


by site-directed 
west 1996 May 1; 


ANKLE JOINT 


Diabetic sensory neuropathy yr on ankle joint movement 
perception. Simoneau 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May; 71(5):453-60 

Ankle pain o swelling in a Te woman [clinical 
conference] Chivers fs. ct Clin Orthop 1996 Feb; 
(323): 8, 343-4 


ANOPHELES 


DNA probes for the Anopheles ag unctulatus complex. Beebe 
NW, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):395-8 
Bacterial population dynamics in three anopheline species: 
the impact on Plasmodium sporogonic development. 
Pumpuni -- et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 

$4(2): 214 

Detection of Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium falciparum 
circumsporozoite antigen in anopheline — 
collected in southern Rattanarithikul R, et al. 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; ;54(2):114-21 

Effect of the sickle cell trait status of gametocyte carriers 
of Plasmodium falci; on infectivity to anophelines. 
Robert V, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb;54(2):111-3 

Quantification of Plasmodium falciparum sporozoites by 
ribosomal RNA detection. Vernick KD, et al. 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):430-8 


ANOREXIA 


Hyperglycemia in an AIDS patient taking megestrol. 
Pimentel G, et al. Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15; 
31(4):27-8 


ANOREXIA NERVOSA 


Distribution of serouslike bone marrow changes in the lower 
limbs of patients with anorexia nervosa: predominant 
involvement of the distal extremities. Vande Berg BC, et 
al. AJR Am J — = 1996 Mar;166(3):621-5 

Anorexia nervosa [letter] Cheng TO. 

Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15;31(4):16 


ANTI-ALLERGIC AGENTS 
ANOSMIA 
Case report: olfactory function in a 
Kallmann syndrome. W 
1996 Mar;311(3):135-8 
ANOXEMIA 


in men with 


hypotension i 
ee Stocchetti N, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 


ANOXIA 


Interaction between cold and hypoxia on pulmonary 
circulation in COPD. Bedu M, et al. 
‘Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr.153(4 Pt 1):1242-7 
Te ee «ee ee eS ae 
SS asoconstriction in dogs: an analysis of the 
= ww curve. Ishibe Y, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
jay;82(5):1049-55 


ANTACIDS 


Comparison of the effects of over-the-counter famotidine 
= calcium carbonate antacid on postprandial ric acid. 
A randomized controlled trial. Feldman M. JAMA 1996 
May 8;275(18):1428-31 


ANTERIOR CHAMBER 


Postoperative h yon after intravitreal bovine thrombin 
for macular a. Olsen TW, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol | May;121(5): $75--7 
Isolation and characterization of a unique natural killer cell 
inhibitory factor tt in the anterior chamber of the 
eye. Apte RS, oe J ——— 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2667-73 
—- in clinical medicine. H yon. Soloway S, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 he 6,334(2 y 1312 


ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT 


A prospective, randomized study of three operations for 
acute rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament. Five-year 
follow-up of one hundred and thirty-one patients. 
Grgntvedt T, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb; 
78(2):159-68 

Combined injuries of the anterior cruciate and medial 
collateral ligaments of the knee. Effect of treatment on 
stability and function of the joint. Hillard-Sembell D, et 
al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb;78(2):169-76 

Reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament with human 
—> Comparison of early and later results. Noyes FR, 

et al. J Bone Joint Surg ro 1996 Apr;78(4):524-37 


ANTERIOR EYE SEGMENT 


Personal computer-based 3-dimensional ultrasound 
biomicroscopy of the anterior segment. Iezzi R, et al. 
Arch 1996 May;114(5):520-4 


ANTHELMINTICS 


Effective, single-dose treatment or porcine cysticercosis with 
oxfendazole. Gonzales AE, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 
1996 Apr;54(4):391-4 


ANTHRAX 


Fulminant meningitis due to Bacillus anthracis in 11-year-old 
1 during Ramadan [letter] Berthier M, et al. Lancet 1996 
ar 23; "341(9004): 828 


ANTHROPOMETRY 


Ratio of waist circumference to height may be better 
indicator of need for weight ement [letter] Ashwell 
M, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 10;312(7027):377 

Anthropometric measurements and body proportions among 
Chinese children. Cheng JC, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb; 
(323):22-30 

Body measurements, bone mass, and fractures. Does the East 
differ from the West? Ho SC. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb; 
(323):75-80 

The waist-to-hip ratio as an index of central obesity [letter] 
Kahn HS. JAMA 1996 Apr 17;275(15):1160 


ANTI-ALLERGIC AGENTS 


Intranasal fluticasone propionate versus loratadine in the 
treatment of adolescent patients with seasonal allergic 
rhinitis. Jordana G, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb; 
97(2):588-95 

A new murine model of allergic conjunctivitis and 
effectiveness of nedocromil sodium. Merayo-Lloves J, et 
al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1129-40 

Evaluation of oral anti-allergic drugs in Japan [letter] 
Hayashi K, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):477 





ANTI-ANXIETY AGENTS, BENZODIAZEPINE 


ANTI-ANXIETY AGENTS, 
BENZODIAZEPINE 
Long-term, nightly 


yy FAY of 
WO edule Schench CH. ot al Am J Med 1996 


Ma 10003):333-7 
awakening after electroconvulsive eoney - to 
, icid a 
pay ‘Analg 1996 May;82(5):1 we 
Benzodiazepines in alcoholics ] Hershberg PI. 
J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):342 


ANTI-ARRHYTHMIA AGENTS 
ee Se ee etorerts 
the ight question? 
co al] om mM, ca Am Cardiol 1996 Apr 15; 
ow ape 
_\_) | ere 
pp 4 edd tal Keeley EC, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):557-60 
Interference with an 


Sah dl} 


treatment of injurious 
nocturnal 





by 
lupus anticoagulant. Metzdorff MT, 
et al. Ann Thorac (oe h 1996 Mar;61(3):994-5 


xin comes from i 
insta [etter] Hollman A = 
Amiodarone in 


1996 Apr 6;312(703 
ve heart failure: unravelling the 

GESICA a -STAT differences [editorial] Hammill 

SC, et al. Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):6-7 


tac — + 
LM, et al. Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):23-8 


-27(5): 1079-82 
Conversion of atrial flutter by ibutilide is associated with 
increased atrial cycle variability. Guo GB, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1083-9 
Autonomic and antiarrhythmic drug modulation of ST 


B 
Miyazaki Cardiol 
27(5):1061- 10 
use of intravenous amiodarone: efficacy and safety 
in critically ill patients from a multicenter protocol. 
JC, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1246-50 
Mechanism of antiarrhythmic drug-induced changes in 
threshold: role of potassium and sodium 
channel conductance. Ujhelyi MR, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;21(6):1534-42 


ANTI-ASTHMATIC AGENTS 


Inadequate outpatient medical Gone | patients with 
asthma admitted to two urban 
Hartert TV, et al. Am J Med | 
Comment in: Am J Med 1996 Apr; 1001) 
Anti-i reduces aie 
bronchiolitis. Reijonen et al. 
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med I 1996 May;150(5):512-7 
Fluticasone propionate aerosol: efficacy in patients with mild 
to moderate asthma. Fluticasone Propionate Asthma Study 
Group. Sheffer AL, et al. J Fam Pract 1996 Apr; 
42(4):369-75 
Evaluation of oral anti-aller [letter] 
):477 


drugs in J 
Hayashi K, et al. Lancet | 


Feb 17;347 
ANTIBIOTIC PROPHYLAXIS 


Selective decontamination of the digestive tract in multiple 
trauma patients. A prospective double-blind, randomized, 
trolled study. Quinio B, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 


placebo-con' 
10%(3):765-72 
The American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status 
rioperative infection ter] Rozner 


score and risk of 336 My 
MA. JAMA 1996 | + wr 1544 
Randomised of single-dose antibiotic 
a aye sur; semen of closed fractures: the 
tch Trauma Trial. Boxma H, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 
27;347(9009):1 133-7 


ANTIBIOTICS 


Antibiotic treatment in preterm pee rupture of 
membranes and neonatal 


morbidity ysis. Egarter 
C, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb, 174(2): 589-97 


Implementing antibiotic practice guidelines through 
nancial 


pam enh amen gp mg clinical and fi 
tcomes. Pestotnik SL, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 
15: M124(10}:884-90 


Impact of different classes antimicrobial agents on plasma 


endotoxin activity. Nitsche D, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
131(2):192-9 


Antibiotics and upper respiratory infection: do some folks 


think there is a cure for the common cold? Mainous AG 
3rd, et al. J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):357-61 


Antimicrobial treatment in expectant eeert Ohdae of preterm 
er 


ure of membranes 


lamest 1996 6 = 
ar = ;347(9004):837-8 
birth ] McGregor JA, 


vaginosis and preterm [letter 
ae N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1337-8; discussion 


Ohlsson A, et al. 


16 


by A nm ne 


100(3):370-2 
Chronic 


Efficacy of ofloxacin vs cefazolin and tobram 


Treating patients who have 


Metbioac 


Efficacy of an angiogenesis 


1338-9 


ANTIBIOTICS, AMINOGLYCOSIDE 


3 daily dose 
comments] Deamer RL, et al. Am Tan 1996 
aeons $20 Comment in: Am Fam Physician 
Apr;53(5): 1512-4 

once-daily ae [editorial; 
comment Sloan RW. Am Fam 1996 Apr; 
53(5):1512-4. Comment on: Am Fam Physician 1! 
Apr;53(5):1782-6. 


ve trial of ycin for cryptosporidiosis in 
, et al. Am J Med 1996 Mar; 


dermatitis after trauma. Diagnosis: 
eczema with allergic contact dermatitis to 
and Sherertz 


ycin, bacitracin, topical corticosteroids. 
EF. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):461, 464 (11 = 


Arch Ophthalmol 1996 oe 3 
et al. BMJ 


Klebsiella pneumoniae 
pneumonia [letter] Feldman C, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 
109(2):587-8 
versus ~— ee with clindamycin in the 
t a with advanced 
et “a. Am Coll Surg 1996 May; 


yein in 
or ees eee og et al. 


Single or multiple daily doses of 


meta-anal Barza M, 


lysis. Feb “10 
312(7027):338-45 


managemen 
> oe ey, 
5):40. 


ANTIBIOTICS, ANTHRACYCLINE 
Isolated lung perfusion with doxorubicin reduces cardiac and 


host toxicities associated with systemic administration. Ng 
B, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):969-72 


ANTIBIOTICS, ANTIFUNGAL 
Phase I study of amphotericin B colloidal Pa age for the 


ne of invasive — infections 
lant. Bowden RA, et 
173 }): 1208-15 


marrow 
. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 


ANTIBIOTICS, ANTINEOPLASTIC 


Antitumor electrochemotherapy: new advances in the clinical 


. Domenge C, et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1; 
77(5)-956-63 


Phase I/II trial for the treatment of cutaneous 


subcutaneous tumors using electrochemotherapy. Helles R, 
et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):964-71 

inhibitor, TNP-470, in 
xenotransplanted human colorectal cancer with high 
metastatic tial. Konno H, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
71(8 Suppl):1736-40 


Antitumor effects of angiogenesis inhibitor 


0-(chloroacetyl-carbamoyl) fumagillol (TNP-470) against 
murine renal cell carcinoma. Fujioka T, et al. J Urol 1996 
May;155(5):1775-8 


ANTIBIOTICS, ANTITUBERCULAR 


Tuberculosis programme changes and treatment outcomes 
in patients with smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis in 
Blantyre, Malawi. Harries AD, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):807-9 


ANTIBIOTICS, COMBINED 


Water precautions in children with tympanostomy tubes. 
Salata JA, et al. Arch Head Neck Surg 1996 
Mar;122(3):276-80 

Chorioamnionitis due to pseudomonas aeruginosa: a 
complication of prolonged antibiotic therapy for premature 
rupture of membranes. Kyle P, et al. 

Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb;103(2):181-3 

A comparison of aztreonam plus vancomycin and imi 
plus vancomycin as initial therapy for febrile neutropenic 
cancer patients. Raad II, et al. Camcer 1996 Apr 1; 
7707): 1386-94 


Cure of a solitary brainstem abscess with antibiotic therapy: 
case r Fulgham JR, et al. Neurology 1996 May; 
46(5):1451-4 (10 ref.) 


ANTIBIOTICS, GLYCOPEPTIDE 


Relative importance of oral versus intravenous vancomycin 
exposure in the development of vancomycin-resistant 
enterococci [letter] Luber AD, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
1735):1292-4 

Influence of oral glycopeptides on the fecal flora of human 
volunteers: selection of highly aN a ae 
enterococci. Van der Auwera P, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 
May;173(5):1129-36 

From the Centers for Disease Coutrol and Prevention. 
Assessment of testing for and completeness of reporting 
of vancomycin-resistant enterococci—Connecticut, 1994. 
JAMA 1996 May 8;275(18):1397 


ANTIBIOTICS, LACTAM 


Treating patients who have Klebsiella pneumoniae 
Gone Feldman C, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 


ANTIBIOTICS, MACROLIDE 


The effect of intravenous erythromycin on esophageal 
motility in healthy subjects. Tzovaras G, et al. 
Am J Surg 1996 Mar;171(3):316-9 

Azithromycin compared with amoxicillin in the treatment 
of erythema migrans. A double-blind, randomized, 
controlled trial. Luft BJ, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 
1;124(9):785-91 

Erythromycin-induced c xic reaction. Cohen LG, 

Arch Intern Med | Mar 2 25; 156(6):675-7 

saoctheahiaenpetnentiiameesnpeghapames dastgiss 

and yo harmacokinetics. 
Clin Ther 1996 Apr; 


lone 
Harris RZ, et al. 
59(4):429-35 
a with omeprazole and clarithromycin increases 
levels in patients with H. pylori 
n HG. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
FiGy519. 20 
ycin A, a powerful tool for characterization and 
estimation of contribution of perforin- and Fas—based lytic 
pathways in cell-mediated cytotoxicity. Kataoka T, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10): 3678-86 
From the Food and Administration. Nightingale SL. 
JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1534 
Use of terfenadine and contraindicated drugs. Thompson D, 
et al. JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1339-41 


ANTIBIOTICS, PEPTIDE 


Chronic finger dermatitis after trauma. 
posttraumatic eczema with allergic contact dermatitis to 
neomycin, bacitracin, and topical corticosteroids. Sherertz 
EF. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):461, 464 (11 ref.) 

Failure of topical polymyxin B to improve mild plaque 
ron eae Stutz JA, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 996 Feb; 
132(2):231 


ANTIBIOTICS, TETRACYCLINE 


Randomized controlled trial of artesunate plus tetracycline 
versus standard treatment (quinine plus tetracycline) for 
uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Brazil. 
Duarte EC, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 
54(2):197-202 

Short report: severe hiccups secondary to 
doxycycline-induced esophagitis during treatment of 
malaria. Tzianetas I, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 
$4(2):203-4 

Minocycline for acne. Doctors should not change the way 
they prescribe for acne [letter] Cunliffe WJ. BMJ 1996 
ae Fy. 3312(7038):1101 

Minocycline for acne. Food reduces minocycline’ 
bioavailability [letter] Meyer FP. BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038):1101 


ANTIBODIES 


Characterisation of a sperm coating auto-antigen reacting 
with antisperm antibodies of infertile males using 
monoclonal antibodies. Poulton TA, et al. 

Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):463-7 

Antibodies against retinal S-antigen in patients with “a9 
chronic arthritis-associated uveitis ry Edelsten C, 
al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):101-2 

Interference by IgM rheumatoid factor on ELISA for 
antibodies to mycobacterial 65 kDa heat shock protein in 
rheumatoid arthritis [letter] Lim KK, et al. 

Br J Rheumatol 1996 Mar;35(3):300-1 

An anti-CD18 antibody limits infarct size and preserves left 
ventricular function in dogs with ischemia and 48-hour 
reperfusion. Arai M, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr; 
27(5):1278-85 

Discrete characteristics of antibodies raised against 
thyrotropin receptor-related peptides whose sequences are 
not conserved in the ae ~~ te arnacparaes 
gonadotropin receptor. Murakami 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 Mays $1(5). 1747- 52 

Modulation of T cell responses to recall antigens presented 
by Langerhans cells in HIV-discordant identical twins by 
anti-interleukin (IL)-10 antibodies and IL-12. Blauvelt A, 
et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1550-5 

Tolerance to factor VIII inhibitors in a A patients: 
a French twist [editorial] Pascual V, et al 
J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1357-8 


ANTIBODIES, ANTICARDIOLIPIN 

Familial primary antiphospholipid antibody syndrome. Bansal 
AS, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):705-6 

The pathophysiology of alveolar osteonecrosis of the jaw: 
anticardiolipin antibodies, wry in and 
hypofibrinolysis. Gruppo R, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 
May; 127(5):481-8 





ANTIBODIES, ANTI-IDIOTYPIC 
Aho eatuecionisterie Shoot watbioe ‘a anne and 


= 4 ‘ae et al. Am J es oo 1996 Sianeens 
tisynthetases 


one two an in a an ae 
antisynthetase syndrome. Gelpi C, et 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):692-7 
Antiribosomal P antibodies in pediatri ts with systemic 
lupus erythematosus psychosis. J, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):671-6 
Radioi h B-cell lymphoma with 
antibodies. White CA, 





yttrium 90 anti-i monoclonal 
et al. Blood 1996 May ype 
IgE and IgG4 antibodies from dd with mite allergy 


antigen (Der p2). ———— I, et 
any fe ge 
of leukoc 


ytes, a 

and albumin in skin chamber fluid from healthy and atopic 

subjects. Raud J, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May; 
97(5):1151-63 

ay antiidiotypic antibodies - factor VIII inhibitors 

Gilles 


after desensitization in patients wi A. 
JG, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 159 NO1382- 8 
Human CD4¢-internal an anti-idiotypic monoclonal 
antibody: induction of a response in humans. 
Perosa F, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3563-9 


ANTIBODIES, ANTINUCLEAR 


Structural elements controlling anti-DNA antibody affinity 
and their to anti-phosphorylcholine activity. 
Pewzner-J Y, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):3065-7 

Are antinuclear antibodies predictive of recurrent 


'] Ogasawara M, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 
27; 54 GODS): 183-4 


ANTIBODIES, ANTIPHOSPHOLIPID 


Structural elements controlling anti-DNA antibody affinity 
= their relationship to anti-phosphorylicholine activity. 
ewzner-J Y, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 

setae 3065-7 


a NO BACTERIAL 


for Lyme disease [letter] Seder 
Lab Med 1996 Apr;120(4):323-5 
in who er miscarriage. 

Osser S, et al. Be J Obstet Gyaascel 1996 Feb; 103(2):137-41 

Similarly increased serum IgA1 and IgA2 subclass antibody 

levels Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria in oe 
spondylitis patients with/without extra-articular fea‘ 

Maki- Ikola 0, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb;35(2)-125-8 . 

High seroprevalence of Helicobacter pylori in diabetes 

mellitus patients. Oldenburg B, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 

41(3):458-61 





The i of Bordetella pertussis infections: a 
study ee years. Cattaneo LA, et al. 
J Infect 1996 May;173(5):1256-9 

ee with 

homologous and Chlamydia trac 


heterologous 
serovars. Zhao Q, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar. 173(3):609-18 


ANTIBODIES, BISPECIFIC 


Bispecific-armed, a gamma-primed 
pee ers jiated phagocytosis of malignant 
odgkin'’s lymphoma. Ely P, et al. Blood 1996 May 
1;87(9):3813-21 


ANTIBODIES, FUNGAL 


Detection of coccidioidal ey by 33-kDa spherule 
antigen, Coccidioides EIA, and standard serologic tests in 
sera from patients evaluated for coccidioidomycosis. 
Wieden MA, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1273-7 


ANTIBODIES, HELMINTH 


CD40-mediated stimulation contributes to ga 
proliferation, antibody production, eosinophilia, 
mastocytosis di ~ em Fy 

wired for T IL-4 uction. Lu P, et al. 
J 1996 May 1;156(9):3327-33 

Antischistosome IgG4 and IgE responses are affected 
differentially by c! es children versus adults. 
Grogan JL, et al. J Infect 1996 May;173(5):1242-7 

Antibody response patterns against Schistosoma mansoni in 

A — exposed community in Senegal. van Dam GJ, 

J infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1232-41 


ANTIBODIES, MONOCLONAL 
A model for the antiphospholipid antibody syndrome: 


growth restriction in mice. Vogt 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):700-7 
Monoclonal antibodies PG-B6a and PG-B6p recognize, 
respectively, a highly conserved and a formol-resistant 
epitope on the human BCL-6 protein amino-terminal 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


1 +i. 
bu not mom celle. Baill V. ct al’ Bieod 1006 Feb 15 
87(4):1272-81 
Radioi 


py of relapsed B-cell lymphoma with 
yttrium 90 anti-idiotype monoclonal antibodies. White CA, 
et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3640-9 
CAMPATH-1IH in rheumatoid arthritis—an intravenous 
dose-ranging study. Isaacs JD, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 
Mar;35(3):231-40 
Transient increase in symptoms associated with cytokine 
Smee rhinCR ie Moreau T, et 
al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1):225-37 
Inhibitory effect of nena vag ~~ factor receptor 
antibody on a human Teramoto T, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15; HS Su; Suppl: 163 1639-45 
Generation of a new gamma delta T cell-specific monoclonal 
antibody (GD3.5). Biochemical comparisons of GD3.5 
anti with the iously described Workshop Cluster 
1 (WC!) family. Jones WM, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
15;156(10):3772-9 
CD45 ligation — —~? eres 
= et al. J 


ytes. Kla 
8):2743-53 
vee IgG anti-islet human monoclonal antibodies isolated 


‘ogrammed cell death in T and B 
Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 


mutated. Madec AM, et al. 
156(9):3541-9 

Blockade of platelet endothelial cell adhesion molecule-1 
protects against myocardial ischemia and reperfusion injury 
in cats. Murohara T, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1; 
156(9):3550-7 

Human CD4-internal antigen anti-idiotypic monoclonal 
antibody: induction of a CD4-specific response in humans. 
Perosa F, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3563-9 

Humanization and molecular modeling of the anti-CD4 
monoclonal antibody, OKT4A. Pulito VL, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2840-50 

Proteolytic cleavage of alpha-actinin by calpain in T cells 
stimulated with anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody. Selliah N, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3215-21 

Neutralization of human cytomegalovirus by human 
CD13-specific antibodies. Giugni , et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1062-71 

Enhanced isolated lung function after ischemia with 
anti-intercellular adhesion molecule antibody. Buchanan 
SA, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May;111(5):941-7 

Combination therapy of Pseudomonas aeruginosa 
pyelonephritis im neutropenic mice with human 
antilipopolysaccharide monoclonal antibody and 
cefsulodin. Ishibashi K, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 155(6):2094-7 

tic efficacy of an penn monoclonal 

antibody, Urge-8, against acute necrotizing pancreatitis 
rats. Han SL, et al. Surgery 1996 May: 119(5): 585-91 


ANTIBODIES, NEOPLASM 


CAMPATH-1H in rheumatoid arthritis—an intravenous 
dose-ranging study. Isaacs JD, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 
Mar;35(3):231-40 

Transient increase in symptoms associated with cytokine 
release in patients with multiple sclerosis. Moreau T, et 
al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1):225-37 


ANTIBODIES, PROTOZOAN 


Acute-phase proteins and serologic profiles of chagasic 
children from an endemic area in Bolivia. 
Medrano-Mercado N, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 
Feb;54(2):154-61 

rK39: a cloned antigen of Leishmania chagasi that predicts 
active visceral leishmaniasis. Badaré R, et al. 

J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):758-61 

Clinical immunity to Plasmodium falciparum malaria is 
associated with serum antibodies to the 19-kDa C-terminal 
fragment of the merozoite surface antigen, P(MSP-1 Egan 
AF, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar; 17303).765-9 


ANTIBODIES, VIRAL 


Hantavirus antigen detection using human serum 
immunoglobulin M as the capturing antibody in an 
enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Alexeyev OA, et al. 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):367-71 

logy of La Crosse virus infection in humans 
in western North Carolina. Szumlas DE, et al. 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):332-7 

Resistance of naive mice to murine hepatitis virus strain 3 
requires development of a Thi, but not a Th2, response, 
whereas pre-existing antibody partially protects against 
primary infection. Pope M, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
1;156(9):3342-9 

Neutralization of human cytome; 
CD13-specific antibodies. Giugni 
J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1062-71 

Immunologic properties of Epstein-Barr virus-seronegative 


ovirus by human 
, et al 


adults. Jabs WJ, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1248-51 
Treatment of juenza yon _3 bronchiolitis and 
pneumonia in a cotton rat model ee 
jucocorticosteroid. Prince GA, et al. J Dis 1996 
Mar; 173(3):598-608 
ubella in mothers [letter] Rushworth RL, et al. Lancet 1996 
May 4;347(9010):1262 
tibodies to butyrate-inducible antigens of is 
sarcoma-associated oe -1 
infection Miller G, et bl N Engl J Med 1996 May 16. 
334(20):1292-7 


1-infected c 
Pediatrics 1996 aan 9759053-7 


ANTIBODY AFFINITY 


Structural elements gees anti-DNA antibody affinity 
and their Icholine activity. 
Pewzner-J Y, et ae J 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):3065-7 


ANTIBODY DIVERSITY 


The ion of antibody diversity in the turtle. Turchin 
A, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3797-805 


ANTIBODY ri gaa 


The humoral response to 1 1 
of bone. Stevenson S, et al. ‘GO Orthop | 
(326):86-95 


ANTIBODY SPECIFICITY 


Cell-type specificity of anti-CD45 autoantibodies in woests 
lupus erythematosus. Czyzyk J, et al. Arthritis Rheum | 
Apr;39(4):592-9 


ANTICARCINOGENIC AGENTS 
Inhibitory effects and toxicity of Ao ah tea ——— for 
ac Apr 15;77(8 ):1662-7 deaths 


vitamin A for lung cancer prev: 
JAMA 1996 ay 14; 275(6)-422- 3 

Chemopreven of breast cancer [clinical conference] 
ro ee men JA. JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1349-53 


ANTICHOLESTEREMIC AGENTS 


Principal results of the Hypertension and Lipid Trial 
(HALT): a multicenter study of doxazosin in patients with 


Rca . Levy D, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 
131(5):966-73 


The effect of simvastatin treatment on natural antioxidants 
in low-density lipoproteins and “g pee phosphates 
and ubiquinone in skeletal muscle. R, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 ~s 15;77(10):851-4 

Lovastatin plus probucol for prevention of restenosis after 

rcutaneous transluminal coronary yo O Keefe 
H Jr, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 M 1996 Mar (8):649-52 

Comparison of the effects on quality of life and of the efficacy 
and tolerability of lovastatin versus pravastatin. The 
Quality of Life Multicenter Group. Weir MR, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):4 5-9 

Cholesterol-reduction intervention study (CRIS): a 
coin trial to assess effectiveness and costs in clinical 

Oster G, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 Apr 8; 
T56C7)7 731-9 

Pravastatin: interaction with oral anti 
et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):886 

Cost-effectiveness of prescription recommendations for 
cholesterol-lowering drugs: a survey of a representative 
sample of American cardiologists. Gaspoz JM, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1232-7 

Are the effects of cholesterol lowering drugs always equal? 
[letter] Vandenbroucke JP, et al. 1996 May 4; 
347(9010):1267-8 

Prevention of coronary heart disease with pravastatin [letter] 
Davis DR. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1334; 
discussion 1335 

Prevention of coronary heart disease with pravastatin [letter] 
Rogers S. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1333; 
discussion 1334-5 

Prevention of coronary heart disease with pravastatin [letter] 
Samani NJ, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16; 
334(20):1333-4; discussion 1334-5 

Treatment of familial hypercholesterolemia in children and 
adolescents: effect of lovastatin. Canadian Lovastatin in 
Children Study Group. Lambert M, et al. Pediatrics 1996 
May;97(5):619-28 


ANTICOAGULANTS 


Effect of vitamin E on the anticoagulant response to warfarin. 
Kim JM, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):545-6 

Spinal epidural hematoma associated with warfarin therapy. 
Lederle FA, et al. Am J Med 1996 Feb;100(2):237-8 

Epidural hematoma associated with enoxaparin. Hynson JM, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1072-5 

The risk for and severity of bleeding complications in elderly 





it? Trenque T, 


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ANTICOAGULANTS 


patients treated with warfarin. The 


National Consortium 
Fihn SD, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 


a oak 


a eee BP. BP. 
~~. Mar i() 781-2 Comment on: 
Mar;61(3):795— 


Response of AGT to heperia: ovelestion with on 


Despotis Denote Ob on et al. o AnetThores' Sarg Surg 1996 tooe Mansions + 
. Comment in: Ann Thorac = = Mar;61(3):781-2. 


Sen 1996 opie is 
Cardiopulmonary bypass 


Psing Ovg 1017 ola. Wi Wi 
1996 996, Mar 61(3):920-4 
excretion in 


ey ‘ 
MJ, et al. 


oral anticoagulant therapy after 
Azar AJ, et al. 

J Am col Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1349-55 
be $ Rial seamed aaeigton. 
components during sim ex’ 

Korn RL, et al. § Tass Cadiocan Bars 1996 Mar, 
111(5):1073-84 pe ; os “ 
~molecular-weight heparin during instability in 
artery disease ] Mikhailidis DP, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009 '9009):1191 
i ’ issues for the primary care 
~ + wy} bal Med Clin North Am 1996 


:00(2)4 5-91 (79 ref.) 
acute roke [letter] Hart RG, 
: i jon 589-91 
Landau K, et al. Neurology 1996 
stroke [letter] Lee N. 





. 1996 Feb;46(2):589; discussion 589-91 

Prevention of cord injury after transient aortic 
clamping with tissue factor pathway inhibitor. Koudsi B, 

et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3):269-74 


with ec 
Trial. 
L. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb;103(2):103-5 
The sulphate story [editorial; comment] Grant 
JM. J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb; 103(2):vii-viii. 
Comment on: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
Feb, 103(2)-99-102. 
Randomised study assessing the effect of phenytoin and 
Se Ses © See nee Oe 
eclampsia transcranial Doppler ultrasound. Naidu S, 
et al. Br J One Gynaecol 1996 Feb;103(2):111-6 
Vid, Bh de see comments] 
Robson SC. J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 ‘eb; 103(2):99-102 
(30 ref... Comment in: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
Feb; 103(2):vii-viii. 
ytoin in the treatment of cocaine abuse: a double-blind 
study. ae aa et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; 


oe 
ycemia associated with phenytoin intoxication. Manto 
et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):205-8 
serum free thyroid hormone concentrations in 


patients treated with phenytoin or Sta 1950 Kaey 15 
x resolved. Surks MI, et al. JAMA 1996 5; 


75(19):1495-8 
Antiepileptic drugs, clinical trials, and the mark 
Brodie MJ. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):777-9 


— Engl 3 Mea 1990 J drugs. Dichter MA, et al. 
- 1996 ee ae (101 -y a 
vas Ae rd I 
Bryant A —y ae al. ee 1996 ar gs 465-9 


necrosis. O'Neil 
"MG, et al. i906 hay, 5):1457-9 
Human brain GABA levels rise initiation of 

therapy but fail to rise further with increasing dose. Petroff 
OA, —f~ Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1459-63 

aa ae Jr. Neurology 

ital therapy and neonatal outcome. I: 

. Shankaran S, et al. 





aI therapy — neonatal outcome. II: 
| outcome at 36 months. Shankaran S, 
et al. Pediatrics 1996 May:97(5):649-52 





18 


ANTIDEPRESSIVE ———s 
Low-dose 


mW 
Nemeroff 
a 1-20 (ion a 


Rathbun ED. Am Fam m Physician 1996 Apex 1536-7 
the cytochrome P4. 


ae ee 5" Serciony 1996" New, 


tumor growth? [letter] Storch 
1996 Mar;153(3):446 
Sertraline in the treatment of neurotic excoriations 
related Tee ] Kalivas J, et al. Arch ie 
1996 ee 
— 


em Sf eis ae 


A 


aeteamls 


Meter Dollow S. -# 1996 May 4, =(9010)-1268-9 


with moclobemide [letter] G, et al 
Feet 1996 hae May 11;347(9011):1330 
Severe adverse reaction to moclobemide [letter] O 


et al. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1329-30 


ANTIDEPRESSIVE AGENTS, 
SECOND-GENERATION 


Venlafaxine for the treatment of chronic pain [letter 
DA, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):73 
Treatment of dysphoric mania with nefazodone [letter] 
ee 26 ef de 2 ey ee oes 
153(5):732-3 
Severe hyponatremia during therapy with fluoxetine. ten 
Holt WL, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):681-2 
Modulation of ionic currents in isolated canine and human 
jejunal circular smooth muscle cells by fluoxetine. Farrugia 
G. 1996 May;110(5):1438-45 








‘Kane GM, 


trolled study of 
fluoxetine in chronic fatigue syndrome. Vercoulen JH, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30,347(9005):858-61 


ANTIDEPRESSIVE AGENTS, 
TRICYCLIC 
Allergic contact dermatitis from doxepin cream. One-year 


h es clinic ex Taylor JS, et al. 
arch 1996 May; 132(5):515-8 
- losure 
- a. [letter] Sc 
Lancet 1996 Feb 17; panaeeeyaes 
ANTIDOTES 


Rectal flumazenil to reverse midazolam sedation in children 
[letter] Carbajal R, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 ery 895 

Activated charcoal and salicylate [letter] Cienki J, et al. 
Ann Med 1996 May;27(5):672-3 

Phase II stud A gee gee ht hy lr 
treatment patients with advanced gastric cancer. 
Southwest Group study. Berenberg JL, et a 
Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):715-9 


$-fluorouracil/leucovorin/interferon alpha-2a in patients 
with advanced colorectal cancer ] Vermeulen PB, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):528-30 


ANTI-DYSKINESIA AGENTS 


Botulinum toxin for achalasia: yi tini and 
comment] Castell DO, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May; 
110(5):1650-2. Comment : 1996 
May; 1 10(5):1410-5. 

Botulinum toxin for achalasia: long-term outcome 
predictors of response [see comments] Pasricha PJ, et a 
Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1410-5. Comment in: 

1996 May;110(5):1650-2. 
Botulinum toxin type A in ra treatment of upper extremity 
—- a randomized, dou trolled 
Simpson DM 
te 1306-10 
Dose-response curve of human extensor digitorum 
muscle function to intramuscularly injected botulinum toxin 
type A. Sloop RR, et al. Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1382-6 


ANTIEMETICS 


Metoclopramide exaggerates stress-induced tachycardia in 
Sees Eisenach JC, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):607-11 


ive oral ondansetron for pediatric tonsillectomy 

Rose JB, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):558-62 

Dimenhydrinate decreases vomiting after strabismus surgery 
in children. Vener DF, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr; 
82(4):728-31 

An N-of-1 trial for treatment of hyperemesis gravidarum. 
eae s et al. Bry Obetet “Gyunscal 1996 May, 
103(5):478-80 

SS cee ee ene ae 
cancer receiving cisplatin or 
doxorubicin. Cleri LB, et al. Cancer 1° 

Ondansetron versus ——, in 


1996 May; 





prevention 
d nausea and a. .& [letter] Fedele 
P, et et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):535-6 
Oral granisetron with or without —— versus 
metoclopramide plus methylprednisolone in 


%3 Sep io). 7he-8 


of dela: aouee ant induced by 
management yed vomiting 


A prospective 
trial. Gebbia V, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1821-8 
Issues in antiemetic therapy [editorial; comment 
BR, et al. yeaa A a Comment on 
Cadulen dine a 
Suieaiah, entemactaan, ont tropisetron in 
“eee 
‘Soe the treatment of head and neck cancer: a 
controlled trial [see comments] Mantovani G, 
et al. ca Caner 1996 Mar 1.77334 -8. Comment in: Cancer 


1996 Mar 1;77(5):823-33. 
in ing nausea ant eet, Competes of 
ondansetron (Zofran $ wre ytril), and tropisetron 
(Navoban). Morrow GR, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1; 

76(3):343-57 (121 ref.) 
Se ee Oe wutaas 6 samme sed 


ie oe ae ees eg 
RF. et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):163- 


ANTIFIBRINOLYTIC AGENTS 


bp neces mm yas age ey ee ee 
cardiac operations in children. Zonis Z, et 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Maye 1i(3)982-7 


ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS 


The effects of the systemic antimycotics, itraconazole and 
oe on the oo 
of intravenous 


| os eet and oral midazolam. 
Olkkola K Anesth Analg 1996 —-— = 

Pseudallescheria boydii in an i host. 
Successful treatment with debridement end itraconesole 

Ruxin TA, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):382-4 (23 


ref.) 

Treatment of toenail tinea infection. True cure seems unlikely 
[letter] Buck DS. BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):312-3 

The effect of prophylaxis on the outcome of HIV-associated 
Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia [letter] Ewig S. Chest 1996 
Feb; 109(2):586-7 


Antifungal pulse therapy for - ce, Smith GN. 
J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):348 
-associated enolase as a main cell 





J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):684-90 
Treatment of experimental c itis with 
Se ee 


mycologic and P1980 May. 18) tcome. Kartalija M, et 
al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5): 1216-21 


Use of terfenadine and contraindicated drugs. Thompson D, 
et al. JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1339-41 


ANTIGEN-ANTIBODY COMPLEX 


Intravenous immunoglobulin therapy: modification of the 
pattern in the skin of six patients with 


systemic | erythematosus. Puddu P, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):704-5 


Michecl Mason Prize Essay 1995. Complement, immune 

oy lexes and systemic lupus Davies KA. 
Rheumatol 1996 Fan.35(1): 5-23 (69 ref.) 

Binding of HIV-1 virions or gpl20-anti-gpi20 immune 
complexes to HIV-1-infected quiescent peripheral blood 
mononuclear cells reveals latent infection. Briant L, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3994-4004 


ANTIGEN — 
AP-1 regulates the 


Leper Roar 


10):3780- 


ANTIGEN PRESENTATION 


wn gh ee ge ge gy 
induces IL-4 release due to altered cognate si; 
Lombardi G, et al. oO peens HOS Aes eee 75 
The COI mitochondrial minor 
histocompatibility antigen presented by H2-M3. Morse 
MC, et al. J Immunol 1996 cn 1;156(9):3301-7 
SS eS 
I molecules with transporters associated antigen 

. Neisig A, et al. 5 Imameel. 1996 May? 1. 
156(9):31 


206 

and presentation of peptides derived from melanoma 
antigens MART-1 and glycoprotein-100 — HLA- = 

subtypes. Implications for 
Rivoltini L, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 156(10).3882-91 
Analysis of the role of MHC class II presentation in the 
stimulation of cytotoxic T lymphocytes by antigens 
targeted into the y Rok Kl antigen-MHC class I 


May 15-136 pathway. Rock KL, et al. J Immunol 1996 
15; 136(10):3721-6 
HLA-B7 on antigen 


dependent ¢ of 
processing-deficient "7? cella. Smith KD, et al 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3755-64 _ 





and developmentally induced 
of the eweDI le leukocyte in gene. 
Cc, et al. J Immunol ! May 15; 


15:1560) 2805-18 
MHC class I-dependent presentation of exoerythrocytic 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





antigens to CD8 + T lymphocytes is for ive 
immunity against Plasmodivm terghel White ket. 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3374-81 


ANTIGEN-PRESENTING CELLS 


Defective eee cell function in patients with 
systemic lupus erythematosus. Tsokos GC, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):600-9 

Antigen-presenting function and B7 expression of murine 

sinusoidal cells and Kupffer cells. Lohse AW, 
et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1175-81 

Antigen presentation by T cells inhibits IL-2 production and 
induces IL-4 release due to altered cognate signals. 
Lombardi G, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2769-75 

t ex } of HLA-B7 = antigen 
processing-deficient cells. Smith KD, et al 
hon Somme 1996 May 15;156(10):3755-64 

Analysis of MHC class II presentation of 
of BI ey Vidard L, et al. J 
15;156(8):2809-18 


ANTIGENS 


against retinal S—antigen in patients with 9 
chronic arthritis-associated uveitis [letter] Edelsten C, 
al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):101-2 
Serum KL-6 for the evaluation of active itis in 
pulmonary sarcoidosis. Kobayashi J, et al. ‘Chest 1996 May. 
109(5): 1276-82 


A_ controlled trial of the effect of the 5-lipoxygenase 
i zileuton, on lung i produced by 
segmental antigen challenge in . Kane GC 
et al. 3 Allergy Cin Immenol 1996 F297 

ykinins on 


Tach 
Pare pigs. Yoshihara 
‘Alloons Clin Immunol | Mar:97(3): 756-60 


ulate antigens 
1996 Apr 


bronc! 
S, et al. J 
Liver NK1.1+ CD4+ alpha beta T cells activated by IL-12 
as a major effector in inhibition of experimental tumor 
metastasis. Takeda K, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 
156(9):3366-73 
Molecular weights and isoelectric points of antigens 
relevant to autoimmune infertility in men. Pillai lai S, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1928-33 


ANTIGENS, BACTERIAL 


Presence of bacterial flora—derived antigen in rs tissue 
mac es and dendritic cells. Melief MJ, et al 
Br J 1995 Dec;34(12):1112-6 

The of yy eee infections: a 
study > 1-65 years. LA, et al. 
J Infect 1996 May;173(5):1256-9 

0 Ere a eee 
of Behcet's disease. Hasan A, et al 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):789-94 


ANTIGENS, CD 


1,25(OH)2D3 and cAMP synergistically induce complement 
5a receptor messenger RNA. Rubin J, et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 Feb;311(2):73-9 
Increased expression of interleukin-4 ri 
cells. Prens E, et al. Am J 
148(5):1493-502 
Expression of 


on psoriatic 
1996 May; 


alpha 6 and beta 4 integrins in serous ovarian 
with expression of the basement 

membrane protein laminin. Skubitz AP, et al. 

Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1445-61 

Signal transduction and gl tid ylinositol-linked 

proteins (lyn, Ick, CD4, CD45, G proteins, and CD55) 

paar y localize in Triton-insoluble plasma membrane 

of human lines and normal 
grein 


cell 
Parolini I, et al. Bleod 1996 May |; 
CD98: a type II transmembrane glycoprotein expressed from 
the of primitive and definitive hematopoiesis may 
play a critical role in the development of hematopoietic 
cells. Warren AP, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3676-87 
Differential expression of the costimulatory molecules B7.1 
— and B7.2 _ in rheumatoid syno 
Balsa A, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):33-7 
I m of interferon gamma together 
with IFN-gamma receptor im the rheumatoid synovial 
membrane compared with um of patients with 
itis. Dolhain RJ, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan; 
35(1):24-32 


pe Re Bk ay Tg ummm 
F, et al. 


Early prediction of outcome im score-identified, 
nS Ce Se ee oe aS 
necrosis factor receptor-p55 concentrations. Pilz G, 
Crit Care Med 1996 “NPE 2A4).596-600 

in the LEW to F344 rat model. 
costimulation by CTLA4Ig 

activation and attenuates 
et al. J Clim Invest 1996 Feb 


(CD87) facilitates 


vial tissue. 





lilac 
juble tumor 
et al. 


arteriosclerosis. R: 
1;97(3):833-8 
The urokinase 


receptor 
CD11b/CD18-mediated adhesion of human monocytes. 
Sitrin RG, et al. J Clim Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1942-51 
Rejection of MHC class II-transfected tumor cells requires 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


induction of tumor-encoded B7-1 


costimulatory 
May 15;156(10):3821-7 


and/or B7-2 
Baskar S, et al. J Immunol 1996 


. cg 
capacity of T cells to exhibit 
ytokine profile. Coyle AJ, et al. J Immunol 1996 
Apr 15;156(8):2680-5 


Interactions of CD80 and CD86 with CD28 and CTLA4. 
Ellis JH, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2700-9 
Tumor rejection requires a CTLA4 ligand provided by the 
host or expressed on the tumor: superiority of B7-1 over 
B7-2 for active tumor immunization. Gajewski TF, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2909-17 

CD59 and CD48 expressed by rat retinal pigment epithelial 
cells are major li for the CD2-mediated alternative 
pathway of T cell activation. Liversid ge J, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3696-703 

Costimulation of IL-4 uction by murine B7-1 and B7-2 
molecules. Natesan M, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):2783-91 

F differentiation of dendritic cells in rheumatoid 
arthritis: role of CD86 in the synovium. Thomas R, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):3074-86 


ANTIGENS, CD1 


Canine cutaneous histiocytoma is an epidermotropic 
Langerhans cell histiocytosis that expresses CDI and 
ific beta 2-integrin molecules. Moore PF, et al. 

Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1699-708 


ANTIGENS, CD2 


CD59 and CD48 expressed by rat retinal pigment epithelial 
cells are major ligands for the CD2-mediated alternative 
pathway of T cell activation. Liversidge J, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3696-703 

CD2-induced apoptosis in activated human peripheral T 
cells: a Fas-independent pathway that requires carly 
= tyrosine phosphorylation. Mollereau B, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3184-90 

A carbohydrate structure associated with CD15 (Lewis x) 
on myeloid cells is a novel ligand for human CD2. Warren 
HS, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2866-73 


ANTIGENS, CD3 


Natural killer (NK)-cell function and antileukemic activity 
of a large population of CD3+/CD8+ T cells expressing 
NK receptors for major histocompatibility complex class 
I after “three-loci* HLA-incompatible bone marrow 
transplantation. Albi N, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3993-4000 

Polymorphic reticulosis is a neoplasm of large granular 
lym; ytes with CD3+ phenotype [letter] Chan JK, et 
al. 1995 Aug 1;76(3):537-8 

Proteolytic cleavage of alpha-actinin by calpain in T cells 
stimulated with anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody. Selliah N, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3215-21 


ANTIGENS, CD4 


A primary cutaneous non-T, non-B CD4+, CD56+ 
lymphoma. Dummer R, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 May; 
132(5):550-3 

t of human megakaryocytes: I. Hematopoietic 
progenitors (CD34+ bone marrow cells) are enriched with 
megakaryocytes expressing CD4. Dolzhanskiy A, et al. 
Bleed 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1353-60 

Human CD4-internal antigen anti-idiotypic monoclonal 
antibody: induction of a CD4-specific response in humans. 
Perosa F, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3563-9 

Humanization and molecular modeling of the ——" 
monocional antibody, OKT4A. Pulito VL, et al 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2840-50 

Enhanced development of Th2-like primary CD4 effectors 

in response to sustained exposure to limited rIL-4 in vivo. 
Yoshimoto K, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9): 3267-74 

CD4 during human immunodeficiency virus type 
1 infection, quantified on peripheral blood lymphocytes, 
is a potential marker of disease progression. Carriére D, 

et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):565-73 


ANTIGENS, CD7 


CD4+ CD7- CD28- T cells are expanded in rheumatoid 
arthritis and are characterized by autoreactivity. Schmidt 
D, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2027-37 


ANTIGENS, CD8 


Natural killer (NK)-cell function and antileukemic activity 
of a large population of CD3+/CD8+ T cells expressing 
NK receptors for major histocompatibility complex class 
I after “three-loci* HLA-incompatible bone marrow 
transplantation. Albi N, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3993-4000 

Development of CD8 alpha alpha + intestinal intraepithelial 
T cells in beta 2-microglobulin- and/or TAP1-deficient 
mice. Fujiura Y, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):2710-5 


ANTIGENS, CD40 


ANTIGENS, CD11 


The urokinase receptor (CD87) ae oe 
CD11b/CD18-mediated adhesion of 
Sitrin RG, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr nn Isha ISe 51 


ANTIGENS, CD13 


by human 
tibodies. G: , et al 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mat 733) 062 Tt 


ANTIGENS, CD14 


Function of soluble CD14 in serum from patients with —_ 
shock. Landmann R, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar; 
173(3):661-8 

= of CD14 in hemorrhagic shock-induced alterations of 

the monocyte tumor necrosis factor response to endotoxin. 

Nwariaku F, et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):564-7 


ANTIGENS, CD15 


A carbohydrate structure associated with CD15 (Lewis x) 
on myeloid cells is a novel ligand for human CD2. Warren 
HS, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2866-73 


ANTIGENS, CD18 


Canine cutaneous histiocytoma is an i 
Langerhans cell histiocytosis that expresses CDi and 
specific beta 2-integrin molecules. Moore PF, et al. 

Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1699-708 

An anti-CD18 antibody limits infarct size and preserves left 
ventricular function in dogs with ischemia and 48-hour 
reperfusion. Arai M, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr; 
27(5):1278-85 

urokinase receptor (CD87) facilitates 
CD11b/CD18-mediated adhesion of human monocytes. 
Sitrin RG, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 fos 15;97(8):1942-51 

Chemotactic factors stimulate CD1 ag ay canine 
neutrophil adherence and motility on lung fibroblasts. 
Burns AR, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3389-401 


ANTIGENS, CD26 


Potentiation of the immune response in HIV-1+ individuals. 
Schmitz T, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1545-9 


ANTIGENS, CD28 


CD4+ CD7- CD28- T cells are expanded in rheumatoid 
arthritis and are characterized by autoreactivity. Schmidt 
D, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2027-37 

Vitamin A down-regulation of IFN-gamma synthesis in 
cloned mouse Th! lymphocytes on the CD28 
costimulatory pathway. Cantorna et al. J Immunol 
1996 Apr 15;156(8):2674-9 

Interactions of CD80 and CD86 with CD28 and CTLA4. 
Ellis JH, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2700-9 

Shortened telomeres in clonally expanded CD28-CD8+ T 
cells imply a replicative history that is distinct from their 
CD28+CD8+ counte: . Monteiro J, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3587-90 

CD28-mediated cytotoxicity by the human leukemic NK cell 
line YT involves tyrosine phosphorylation, activation of 
phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase, and in kinase C. Teng 
JM, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3222-32 


ANTIGENS, CD29 


Interferon-alpha restores normal beta | integrin-mediated 
inhibition of hematopoietic progenitor proliferation by the 
marrow microenvironment m chronic myelogenous 
leukemia. Bhatia R, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3883-91 


ANTIGENS, CD34 


Development of human megakaryocytes: I. Hematopoietic 

progenitors (CD34+ bone marrow cells) are enriched with 
megakaryocytes expressing CD4. Dolzhanskiy A, et al. 

Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1353-60 

Concomitant mobilization of cells and hematopoietic 
progenitors into peripheral blood of multiple myeloma 
patients: positive selection and transplantation of enriched 
CD34+ cells to remove circulating tumor cells. Lemoli 
RM, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1625-34 

Fit3 ligand induces proliferation of quiescent human bone 
marrow CD34 + CD38- cells and maintains progenitor cells 
in vitro. Shah AJ, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3563-70 

CD34-deficient mice have reduced eosinophil accumulation 
after allergen exposure and show a novel crossreactive 
90-kD protein. Suzuki A, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3550-62 


ANTIGENS, CD40 


CD40 antigen is expressed by endothelial cells and tumor 
cells in Kaposi's sarcoma [see comments] Pammer J, et 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1387-96. Comment in: 

Am vi Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1323-9. 
Hyper-IgM syndrome associated with rheumatoid arthritis: 
report of RA in a patient with primary impaired CD40 


19 





ANTIGENS, CD40 
Sibilia J, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Mar; 


#5(3) 280-4 
go S nyeclaaae Goal pasiively and 
a positively 
Por sy wach J Imamadl 1956 Keay’ 1, 


1 3118-32 
Induction of IL-12 
IL-12 production 
interaction. Kato T, et 
156(10):3932-8 
CD40-mediated 


messenger RNA expression and 
via CD40-CD40 ligand 
Immunol 1996 May 15; 


stimulation contributes to os 
antibody juction, ‘ 
pages Se aes ~ 


response, 
Fear eie uction. Lu P, et al. 
1996 me May 1; in '9):3327-33 
Activation th CD40 induces 
3952-60 


matrix Malik N, et al. J Immunol 1996 
15;156(1 
De on thymic epithelial cells provides 
— for My my but not for apoptosis of 
Ruggiero G, et al. J Immunol 1996 
May tay 15136105373 10):3737-46 


ANTIGENS, CD44 


Role of CD44 in the reaction of vascular smooth muscle 
cells to arterial wall injury. Jain M, et al. J Clin Invest 
1996 Feb 1;97(3):596-603 


ANTIGENS, CD45 


Inflammatory bowel disease in C.B-17 scid mice 
reconstituted with the oe subset of CD4+ T 
cells. Leach MW, et al. Am Pathol 1996 May; 
148(5): 1503-15 

Cell-type specificity of anti-CD45 autoantibodies in es 
lupus erythematosus. Czyzyk J, et al. Arthritis Rheum | 
Apr;3%(4):592-9 

CD4+CD45RO+ phenotype and defective 
proliferative response in T ery from patients with 
Crohn's disease. Roman LI, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 
Apr; 1 10(4):1008-19 

= ligation induces grammed cell death in T and B 

ymphocytes. Klaus gre al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
sets 2743-53 


ANTIGENS, CD56 


A primary cutaneous non-T, non-B CD4+, CD56+ 
lymphoma. Dummer R, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 May; 
132(5):550-3 


ANTIGENS, CD59 


CD59 and CD48 expressed by rat retinal pigment epithelial 
cells are major li for the CD2-mediated alternative 
pathway of T cell activation. Liversidge J, et al. 

J 1996 May 15;156(10):3696-703 


ANTIGENS, CD80 


Defective — presenting cell function in patients with 

—- lupus erythematosus. Tsokos GC, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):600-9 

Differential expression of the costimulatory molecules B7.1 
(CD80) and B7.2 (CD86) in rheumatoid synovial tissue 
Balsa A, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):33-7 

a oa and .»/ expression of murine 
sinusoidal endothelial cells and Kupffer cells. Lohse AW, 
et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1175-81 

Rejection of MHC class II-transfected tumor cells requires 
induction of tumor-encoded B7-1 and/or B7-2 
costimulatory molecules. Baskar S, et al. J Immunol 1996 
May 15;156(10):3821-7 

Interactions of CD80 and CD86 with CD28 and CTLA4. 
Ellis JH, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2700-9 

Tumor rejection requires a CTLA4 ligand provided by the 
host or expressed on the tumor: superiority of B7-1 over 
B7-2 for active tumor immunization. Gajewski TF, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2909-17 

Immunization with granulocyte-macrophage 
colony-stimulating factor-transduced, but not 
B7-1-transduced, lymphoma cells primes idiotype-specific 
T cells and generates potent systemic antitumor immunity. 
Levitsky HI, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3858-65 

Costimulation of IL-4 production by murine B7-1 and B7-2 
molecules. Natesan et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):2783-91 

IL-12 is an effective adjuvant to recombinant vaccinia 


: en 
- ession. Rao JB, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 
156(9):3357-65 
Constitutive expression of B7-1 (CD80) on mouse 
keratinocytes does not prevent development of chemically 
induced skin papillomas and carcinomas. Williams IR, et 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3382-8 


ANTIGENS, CD95 


Fas/APO-1/CD95 system as a mediator of granulosa cell 
is in ovarian follicle atresia. Hakuno N, et al. 
1996 May;137(5):1938-48 
Regulation of the Fas lytic pathway in cloned CTL. Glass 


20 


A, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3638-44 
Concanamycin A, a jul tool for c 
estimation of con tion of perforin- and Fas—based lytic 
pathways in cell-mediated cytotoxicity. Kataoka T, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3678-86 
CD2-induced in activated human peripheral T 
cells: a Fas- t i 
— tyrosine 

Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3184-90 
Fas mediates apoptosis in human monocytes by a reactive 


oxygen intermediate dependent pathway. Um HD, et al. 
J immuno! 1996 May 1.156(9):3469-77 


ANTIGENS, DIFFERENTIATION 


Human T lymphotropic virus-I ye of human T 
lymphocytes induces eo ® of the 
beta-galactoside-binding lectin, galectin-3. Hsu DK, et al. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1661-70 

Fit3 ligand induces proliferation of quiescent human bone 
marrow CD34+CD38- cells and maintains pr itor cells 
in vitro. Shah AJ, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3563-70 

Chronic cardiac rejection in the LEW to F344 rat model. 
Blockade of CD28-B7 costimulation by CTLA4Ig 
modulates T cell and macrophage activation and attenuates 
arteriosclerosis. Russell ME, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 
1;97(3):833-8 

Interactions of CD80 and CD86 with CD28 and CTLA4. 
Ellis JH, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2700-9 

Tumor rejection requires a CTLA4 ligand provided by the 
host or expressed on the tumor: superiority of —. 1 over 
B7-2 for active tumor immunization. Gajewski TF, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2909-17 

Galectin-3 promotes adhesion of human neutrophils to 
laminin. Kuwabara I, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3939-44 


ANTIGENS, DIFFERENTIATION, 
T-LYMPHOCYTE 


CD69 on synovial T cells in rheumatoid arthritis correlates 
with disease activity [letter] Iannone F, et al 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Apr;35(4):397 

Lack of IL-2 cytokine expression despite Il-2 messenger 
RNA transcription in tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in 
primary human breast carcinoma: selective expression of 
early activation markers. Coventry BJ, et al. J Immunol 
1996 May 1;156(9):3486-92 


ANTIGENS, DIFFERENTIATION, 
MYELOMONOCYTIC 


Blockade of platelet endothelial cell adhesion molecule-| 
protects against myocardial ischemia and reperfusion injury 
in cats. Murohara T, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 
156(9):3550-7 

In vivo effects of chicken myelomonocytic growth factor: 
delivery via a viral vector. York JJ, et al. J Immunol 1996 
Apr 15;156(8):2991-7 


ANTIGENS, HELMINTH 


Field trial of the coproantigen-based diagnosis of Taenia 
solium taeniasis by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. 
Allan JC, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):352-6 

Circulating anodic antigen for detection of 3 Schistosoma 
mansoni infection in Egyptian 4 gee El-Morshedy H, 
et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg | Feb;54(2):149-53 

Antigenic components of excretory-secretory products of 
adult Fasciola hepatica recognized in human infections. 
Sampaio-Silva ML, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 
54(2):146-8 

Fluctuation of schistosome circulating antigen levels in urine 
of individuals with Schistosoma mansoni infection in 
Burundi. Van Etten L, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 
Apr;54(4):348-51 

Recombinant IL-10 and IL-10/Fc treatment down-regulate 
egg antigen-specific delayed hypersensitivity reactions and 
egg granuloma formation in schistosomiasis. 
Flores-Villanueva PO, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1; 
156(9):3315-20 

High levels of spontaneous and parasite antigen-driven 
interleukin-10 production are associated with 
antigen-specific hyporesponsiveness in human lymphatic 
filariasis. Mahanty S, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar; 
173(3):769-73 


ANTIGENS, LY 


In vivo self-renewal of c-Kit+ Sca-1+ Lin(low/-) 
hemopoietic stem cells. Osawa M, et al. J 1996 
May 1;156(9):3207-14 


ANTIGENS, NEOPLASM 


Neuroectodermal antigens persist in a ae and malignant 
salivary gland tumor cultures. Levin 
Arch Otolaryagol Head Neck Surg 1996 May; 1245). 551-7; 
discussion 557-8 

Osteoclastic giant cell tumor of the pancreas: an 
immunohistochemical study. Dizon MA, et al. 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Mar;120(3):306-9 


—— of tee agnayee ee 
epitope, as defined by monoclonal 
tibody Fw6, nx a marker of the colorectal 
adenoma-carcinoma sequence. Baldus SE, et al. Cancer 
1995 Sep 15; 16(6):954-60 
Exp m of The -Friedenreich-related antigens . 
primary and metastatic colorectal 
reevaluation. Cao Y, et al. Cancer 
76( 10): 1700-8 
Clinical value of pretreatment serum Cyfra 21-1, 





carcinomas. 
1995 Nov ‘5s 


tissue 

pol antigen, and squamous cell carcinoma antigen 
els in patients with cervical cancer. Gaarenstroom N. 

et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):807-13 

Flow cytometric identification of cell surface markers on 
cultured human colonic cell lines using monoclonal 
antibodies. Han JS, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul - ;76(2):195-200 

Proliferating om nuclear antigen and Ki-6 

istry of tee de wll with special 

. Heegaard S, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 





reference 10 p 
15;76(10): 1809-13 

The role of squamous cell carcinoma antigen in the 
management of laryngeal and hypopharyngeal cancer. Lara 
PC, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):758-64 

A novel tumor-associated antigen expressed in human uterine 
and ovarian carcinomas. Sonoda K, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 
15;77(8):1501-9 

Role of host antigen receptor-bearing and antigen 
receptor—negative cells in immune response to rat 
adenocarcinoma 13762. Frey AB. J Immunol 1996 May 
15; 156(10):3841-9 

Binding and presentation of peptides derived from melanoma 
antigens MART-1 and glycoprotein-100 by HLA-A2 
subtypes. Implications for peptide-based immunotherapy. 
Rivoltini L, et al. J 1996 May 15;156(10):3882-91 

Prognostic significance of Ki-67 labeling index in urothelial 
tumors of the renal pelvis and ureter. Masuda M, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1877-80; discussion 1880-1 


ANTIGENS, POLYOMAVIRUS 
TRANSFORMING 


Protective immunity in BALB/c mice against the simian 
virus 40-induced mKSA tumor resulting from injection 
of recombinant large T antigen. Requirement of CD8+ 
T lymphocytes. Zerrahn J, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
15610): 3919-24 


ANTIGENS, PROTOZOAN 


Detection of Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium falciparum 
circumsporozoite antigen in anopheline mosquitoes 
collected in southern iland. Rattanarithikul R, et al. 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb;54(2):114-21 

A novel Plasmodium falciparum sporozoite and liver stage 
antigen (SALSA) defines major B, T helper, and CTL 
epitopes. Bottius E, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):2874-84 

MHC class I-dependent presentation of exoerythrocytic 
antigens to CD8+ T lymphocytes is required for protective 
immuniiy against Plasmodium berghei. White KL, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3374-81 

rK39: a cloned antigen of Leishmania chagasi that predicts 
active visceral leishmaniasis. Badar6 R, et 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):758-61 

Clinical immunity to Plasmodium falciparum malaria is 
associated with serum antibodies to the 19-kDa C-terminal 
fragment of the merozoite surface antigen, Pf({MSP-1 Egan 
AF, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar; 17303). 765-9 


ANTIGENS, SURFACE 


Elevated levels of the soluble form of bone marrow stromal 
cell antigen | in the sera of patients with severe rheumatoid 
arthritis. Lee BO, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr; 
39(4):629-37 

Human red blood cell Wright antigens: a genetic and 
evolutionary perspective on glycophorin A-band 3 
interaction. Huang CH, et al. Blood 1996 
87(9):3942-7 

Flow cytometric identification of cell surface markers on 
cultured human colonic cell lines using monoclonal 
antibodies. Han JS, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):195-200 

Induction of heat-stable antigen expression by phagocytosis 
is involved in in vitro activation of unprimed CTL by 
macrophages. aa Bruijn ML, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 
15; 156(8):2686-92 

Human lupus anti-spliceosome A protein autoantibodies bind 
contiguous surface structures and segregate into two 
sequential epitope binding patterns. James JA, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15; 1 $6(10)-4018- 26 

Generation of a new gamma delta T cell-specific monoclonal 
antibody (GD3.5). Biochemical compari of GD3.5 
antigen with the previously described Workshop Cluster 
1 (WC1) family. Jones WM, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
15; 156(10):3772-9 

Clinical immunity to Plasmodium falciparum malaria is 
associated with serum antibodies to the 19-kDa C-terminal 
fragment of the merozoite surface antigen, PIMSP-1 Egan 
AF, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):765-9 


May 1; 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





ANTIGENS, THY-1 


ow blood CD34+ cells differ from bone marrow 
34+ cells in Thy-i expression and cell cycle status 
in nonhuman primates — or not mobilized with 
— colony-stimulating factor and/or stem cell 
actor. Donahue RE, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1644-53 


ANTIGENS, TUMOR-ASSOCIATED, 
CARBOHYDRATE 


en eer — Tn and sialyl 
n) MUC-1 gene uct in intraductal 
papillary-mucinous neoplasm of the pancreas. Terada T, 

et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1996 May;105(5):613-20 

Expression of Thomsen-Friedenreich-related antigens r 
primary and metastatic colorectal carcinomas. 
reevaluation. Cao Y, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov iS 
76(10):1700-8 

Sialosyl-Tn antigen is prevalent and precedes dysplasia in 
ulcerative colitis: a retrospective capece tat 
Itzkowitz SH, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 ae 
110(3):694-704 


ANTIGENS, VIRAL 


Hantavirus antigen detection using human serum 
immunoglobulin M as the capturing antibody in an 
enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Alexeyev OA, et al. 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 ‘Apr.34(4):367- -71 


ANTIGENS, VIRAL, TUMOR 


Antibodies to butyrate-inducible antigens of Kaposi’s 
sarcoma-associated herpesvirus in patients with HIV-1 
infection. Miller G, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16; 
334(20):1292-7 


ANTIHYPERTENSIVE AGENTS 


_ —— antagonists: a new class of 
tihypertensive agents. Weir MR. Am Fam Physician 1996 
Feb 1;53(2):589-94 (26 ref.) 
Sodium nit: administration [letter] Jarka RM. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):669 
Aerosolized prostacyclin and iloprost in severe pulmonary 
h Olschewski H, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 
May 1;124(9):820-4 
Prevention of disease progression, left ventricular 
hypertrophy and congestive heart failure in ene 
treatment trials. Moser M, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 
Apr;27(5):1214-8 
The impact of ibuprofen on the efficacy of antihypertensive 
treatment with hydrochlorothiazide in elderly persons. 
Gurwitz JH, et al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 
Mar;51(2):M74-9 
Ultra-high dose trimethaphan in an infant with severe 
h . Hammer GB. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996; 
34(2):227-9 
Regression of left ventricular hypertrophy. How and why? 
[editorial; comment] Devereux RB. JAMA 1996 May 15; 
275(19):1517-8. Comment on: JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19):1507-13. 
—— effects on plasma ~ a of diet and drugs to treat 
hypertension. Treatment Mild Hypertension Study 
(TOMHS) Research Group [see comments] Grimm RH 
Jr, et al. JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1549-56. 
Comment in: JAMA 1996 a 22-29;275(20): 1604-6. 
Choice of initial therapy for h see comments] 
Kaplan NM, et al. JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1577-80 
. Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1604-6. 
Reversal of left ventricular hypertrophy in essential 
hypertension. A meta-analysis of randomized double-blind 
studies [see comments] Schmieder RE, et al. JAMA 1996 
May 15;275(19):1507-13. Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19):1517-8. 
Criticism of Servier re perindopril 
Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):832 
Reversible ageusia associated with losartan [letter] Schlienger 
RG, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):471-2 


ANTI-INFECTIVE AGENTS 


Case report: reversal of decreased bone mass by antibiotic 
treatment in a patient with Whi 's disease. Carnevale 
V, et al. Am J Med Sci 1996 3311(3):145-7 

Comparison of three regimens for treatment of mild to 
moderate ystis Carinii pneumonia in patients with 

i trial of oral 


[letter] Alliot LS. 


methoprim, 

G 108 Study Group. 

Safrin S, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 1;124(9):792-802 
Mononuclear cell line THP-1 internalizes 

pong nn pore protein by a 

non-receptor-mediated consistent 

pinocytosis. Burnett RJ, ~» gr Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 

a ie discussion 206 


with 


y for Helicobacter 


therapy versus triple 
ylori-associated di JJ, et al. 


uodenal ulcers. 

a De Sei 1996 Mar;41(3):453-7 

Swollen lesion on the abdomen. Could this violaceous blister 
be related to patient's treatment for UTIs? Levine N. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


Geriatrics 1996 May;51(5):55 

Trimethoprim and sulfc i 
et al. 

Cure of a oe 


case 
46(5): 1451-4 io. ref.) 


ANTI-INFECTIVE AGENTS, 
FLUOROQUINOLONE 
Case report: ofloxacin-induced "bee Febs31 1 tie. i 


Pipek R, et al. Am J Med Sci 
keratitis [letter] 
1996 May. 143) 632-3 


Iron-ovotransferrin preparation does not interfere with 
ciprofloxacin absorption. Pazzucconi F, et 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr.s9(4):418-22 

Effects of hepatic stimulator substance, herbal medicine, 
selenium/vitamin E, and ciprofloxacin on cirrhosis in the 
rat. Zhang M, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 

110(4):1150-5 


itis with MRI correlates. Blumenfeld H, 
1996 Feb;46(2):556-8 

brainstem —— with antibiotic therapy: 
JR, et al. Neurology 1996 May: 


ANTI-INFECTIVE AGENTS, LOCAL 

Immune response inhibition by irrigating subchondral bone 
with cytotoxic agents. Rodrigo JJ, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 
May;(326):96-106 

Fatal iatrogenic iodine toxicity in a nine-week old infant. 
Kurt TL, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):231-4 


ANTI-INFECTIVE AGENTS, URINARY 


Trimethoprim and sulfonamide—associated 
ee with MRI correlates. Blumenfeld H, 
eurology 1996 Feb;46(2):556-8 


ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS 


The adjuvant therapy of pemphigus. An update. Bystryn JC, 
et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb;132(2):203-12 (89 ref.) 

Decrease in hospitalization for treatment of childhood asthma 
with increased use of antiinflammatory treatment, despite 
an increase in prevalence of asthma. Wennergren G, et 
al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):742-8 

Effect of an enteric-coated fish-oil preparation on relapses 
in Crohn's disease [see comments] Belluzzi A, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1557-60. Comment in: 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1599-1600. 

Keeping Crohn's i quiet {editorial: comment] Hodgson 
HJ. N Engl Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1599-1600. 
Comment on: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1557-60. 


ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS, 
NON-STEROIDAL 


Emergency! Bleeding gastric ulcer. Tolbert CG, et al. 
Am J Nurs 1996 Feb;96(2):48 

Postarthroscopic meniscus repair analgesia with intraarticular 
ketorolac or morphine. Reuben SS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
May;82(5): 1036-9 

Prophylactic use of epidural mepivacaine/morphine, 
systemic diclofenac, and metamizole reduces postoperative 

hine consumption after major abdominal surgery. 

Rockemann MG, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May; 
84(5):1027-34 

Misoprostol and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs [letter] 
Bubb MR. Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1;124(11):1015; 
discussion 1015-6 

Misoprostol and gastrointestinal complications in 
taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for 
rheumatoid arthritis [letter] Grossman CM. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):926-7 

Misoprostol and gastrointestinal complications in 
taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for 
rheumatoid arthritis [letter] Hammer HF. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):927 

Misoprostol and gastrointestinal complications in 
taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for 
rheumatoid arthritis [letter] Madhok R, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):926; discussion 927 

Misoprostol and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs [letter] 
Moore JR. Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1;124(11):1015; 
discussion 1015-6 

Misoprostol and nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs [letter] 
Silverstein FE. Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1;124(11):1015; 
discussion 1015-6 

Misoprostol and gastrointestinal complications in patients 
taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for 
rheumatoid arthritis [letter] Wendel TD. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):926; discussion 927 

Complications of cutaneous surgery in patients who are 
taking warfarin, aspirin, or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory 
drugs. Otley CC, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb; 
Pa 
A prospective, double-blind, randomized study of the effects 
of perioperative steroids on palatoplasty patients. Senders 
CW, et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar; 

122(3):267-70 

non-steroidal 


in patients 
anti-inflammatory drugs. is reduction in risk is deemed 


patients 


patients 


ANTILIPEMIC AGENTS 


worth while in other circumstances 
a 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):846-7 
isoprostol in patients taking i 
anti-inflammatory ysis excluded in 
events ] Shield MJ, et fa BMJ 1996 
312(7034):846; discussion 847 
Infertility may sometimes be associated with NSAID 
consumption. Akil M, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan; 
35(1):76-8 
SS eS oo ES: Op ee 
Te a experiences 
de Klerk E, et al. Br. . Rhcwssatel 1996 1996 
Yan:35(1): 


Atrial myxoma minha systemic disease. Profile mcdified 
pA ee Boullanger N, et al. 
May; 109(5):1400-1 
aan case of recurrent Caffey's disease treated with 
Thometz JG, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323): 
Pleuropericarditis related to the use of 
N, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar-41(3):624-6 (12 yy 
Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug-induced colitis and 
misoprostol [letter] Hebuterne X, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 
Mar;41(3):520-1 
“i Geena web nino 
1996 Mar;110(3):958-60 
Intestinal pn oy changes in response to acetylsalicylic 
acid in relatives of patients with Crohn's disease. Hilsden 
al. Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5): 1395-403 
drug, and 
omeprazo! i cancer prevention [letter] 
Morgan G. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; fio). 1323 
Increased gastroduodenal concentrations of transforming 
growth factor alpha in ——— to aspirin in monkeys 
and rats. Romano M, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May; 
110(5):1448-55 
The impact of ibuprofen on the efficacy of antihypertensive 
treatment with gy ——py * in elderly persons. 
Gurwitz JH, et al. J Gerontol A Biol 
Mar;51(2):M74-9 
More evidence links NSAID, estrogen use with reduced 
Alzheimer risk [news] Stephenson J. JAMA 1996 May 8; 
275(18):1389-90 
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, salicylates, and 
colitis [letter] Gleeson MH, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30; 
347(9005):904—5 
Famotidine for the prevention of gastric and duodenal ulcers 
caused by nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs. Taha AS, 
et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 30;334(22):1435-9 
Indomethacin and Alzheimer's disease. Smalheiser NR, et 
al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):583 
Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn and 
smoking and aspirin and nonsteroidal antiinflammatory 
drug consumption during pregnancy. Van Marter LJ, et 
1996 May;97(5):658-63 


ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS, 
STEROIDAL 


Treatment of 100 ewe with primary amyloidosis: a 
randomized trial of melphalan, prednisone, and colchicine 
versus colchicine only. Skinner M, et al. Am J Med 1996 
Mar; 100(3):290-8 

Coronary artery spasm during anaphylaxis [letter] Machiels 
JP, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):674-5 

The effects of corticosteroids of adenoviral replication. 
Romanowski EG, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May; 
114(5):581-5 

Concerns of secondary fever in Streptococcus pneumoniae 
meningitis in an era of increasing antibiotic resistance. 
Esterle TM, et al. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May; 
150(5):552-4 

Anti-inflammatory therapy reduces wheezing 
bronchiolitis. Reijonen T, et al. 

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May;150(5):512-7 

A randomized double-blind controlled trial of sulphasalazine 
combined with pulses of methylprednisolone or placebo 
in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Ciconelli RM, et 
al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb;35(2):150-4 

Quantitative assessment of synovial inflammation by dynamic 
gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging. A 
study of the effect of intra-articular methylprednisolone 
on the rate of early synovial enhancement. Ostergaard M, 
et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):50-9 

The effects of menopause and hormone replacement therapies 
on prednisolone and erythromycin pharmacokinetics. 
Harris RZ, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; 
59(4):429-35 

Mesalamine in Crohn’ disease with steroid-induced 
remission: effect on steroid withdrawal and remission 
maintenance, Groupe d'Etudes Thérapeutiques des 
Affections Inflammatoires Digestives. Modigliani R, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):688-93 

Nitric oxide: an important articular free radical. Murrell GA, 
et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb;78(2):265-74 


ANTILIPEMIC AGENTS 


Drug therapy for hypercholesterolemia in patients with 
a tin disease: factors limiting achievement of lipid 
oals. Schectman G, et al. Am J Med 1996 Feb; 
f00(2): 197-204 
Progression of coronary artery disease predicts clinical 


[letter] Blenkiron P. 


30; 


nal 


after 


21 





ANTILIPEMIC AGENTS 


-term follow-up from _ the 
Study. Azen SP, et 


drugs [letter] JAMA 1996 


coronary events. 
Cholesterol i 

al. Circulation L i. 1;93(1):34-41 
May rae 5 2 
TAMA 1996 Argel 1479. 

. lipid— 
R. J May 15;275(19):14 
JAMA 1996 Pss7sci9y 


JAMA 1996 - - 5;275(19): 1480; discussion 1481-2 
JAMA 1996 May 1527819) 
Angiographic assessment 


[letter] Tobert JA. 
~ dnd ba on 


Lancet 1986 Mar 


progression of coronary a BH 
ny Fay A et al. Lancet 
} 347(9005):849-53 


ANTILYMPHOCYTE SERUM 


, A. EF, L,. the FDA, John Najarian, and 
Minnesota ALG [letter] Collins WA, et al. Arch Surg 1996 
Apr; 131(4):451-2 


ANTIMALARIALS 


Randomized controlled trial of artesunate plus tetracycline 
SOURED eR Seataness Cyaan plus tetracycline) for 


uncomplicated 
Duarte EC, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 


$4(2):197-202 
Simultaneous measurement of proguanil and its metabolites 
in human plasma and urine by reversed-phase 
liquid chromatography, and its 
preliminary in relation to enetically 
determined S-mephenytoin 4-hydroxylation status. 
Kusaka M, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 
54(2): 189-96 
Clinical study of peeatinn for the treatment of acute 
uncomplicated falciparum malaria in Thailand. 
Looareesuwan S, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 
$4(2):205-9 
Com ve clinical trial of artesunate followed by 
~~ in the treatment of acute uncomplicated 
falciparum malaria: two- and three-day regimens. 
Looareesuwan S, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 
$4(2):210-3 
id detection of Se susceptibility of 
ium falc restriction endonuclease 
digestion of the dihyd vofolate reductase gene. Zindrou S, 
et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb;54(2):185-8 
Antimalarial drugs reduce cytoadherence and rosetting 
Plasmodium falci Udomsangpetch R, et al 
J Infect Dis | 1996 Mar.173(3)-691. 8 
Uncertainty about mefloquine will take time to resolve [news] 
Choo V. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):891 
ronaridine [letter] Foster S. Lancet 1996 Apr 27; 
347(9009): 1190 
Pyronaridine [letter] Looareesuwan S, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 
27;347(9009): 1 189-90 


ANTIMANIC AGENTS 


Hypotension resistant to therapy with alpha r 


agonists 
= + pe 


cardiopulmonary ork lithium as a 
Berkowitz DE, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
ay; 42(5) 1082 1082-5 


ANTIMETABOLITES, 
ANTINEOPLASTIC 


Prognostic evaluation of preoperative combined treatment 
for advanced cancer in the lower rectum with radiation, 
intraluminal hyperthermia, and 5-fluorouracil tory. 
Ichikawa D, et al. Am J Surg 1996 Mar;171(3) 50 

High-dose methotrexate-induced bullous variant. of acral 
erythema [letter] Hellier I, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 May; 
132(5):590-1 

Phase II study of 5-fluorouracil and folinic acid in the 
treatment patients with advanced gastric cancer. A 
Southwest y Group study. Berenberg JL, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Sep P96(5).715-9 

Preclinical and clinical evaluation of 5-fluorouracil 
biochemical modulation with folinic acid and hydroxyurea 
for patients with colorectal carcinoma. Matei D, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1330-5 

Carboxypeptidase-G2 rescue in a patient with high dose 
methotrexate-induced rotoxicity. Widemann BC, et 
al. Camcer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):521-6 

Phenylacetate is an inhibitor of prostatic growth and 
development in organ culture. Lipschutz JH, et al. 

J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1762-70 


ANTIMONY SODIUM GLUCONATE 


Acute pancreatitis associated with sodium stibogluconate 
treatment in a patient with human immunodeficiency virus 
[letter] Domingo P, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 May 13; 
156(9):1029, 1032 

Cure of antimony-unresponsive Indian visceral leishmaniasis 


22 


with amphotericin B lipid Fw Sundar S, et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):762-5 


ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS 
pape eclinen ag a ane oy therapy in patients with chronic 


of age and older. Cortes 
jet o Am J Med 1996 Ap ;100(4):452-5 


Mayri22(3} 467-71 
AMS580, a stable benzoic derivative of retinoic acid, has 
poueesane selective cyto-differentiating effects on acute 
ytic leukemia cells. Gianni M, et al. Blood 1996 
promyek eb 15; rhs 9:1520-31 » “ 
Specialist surgeons and survival in breast cancer. e 
differences in survival are not explained fletter] Baum M. 
BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039):1155 
Transient increase in symptoms associated with cytokine 
release in patients with multiple sclerosis. Moreau T, et 
al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1):225-37 
Granulocyte-macrophage-colony stimulating factor for 
prevention of neutropenia and yey in children and 
adolescents with solid tumors. Results of a prospective 
randomized study. Burdach SE, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 
1;76(3):510-6 
Antitumor activity of suramin in hormone- —euaey 
prostate cancer controlling for hydrocortisone treatmen’ 
and flutamide withdrawal as potentially poh 
variables. Dawson NA, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1; 
76(3):453-62 
Sleep protects against chemotherapy induced is. 
i —Ortega L, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 


primary ingeal melanoma to intrathecal 
i ya case report. 
Fathallah-Shaykh HM, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
77(8):1544-S0 
ron versus granisetron in the prevention of 
chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting [letter] Fedele 
P, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug Aug 1.763): 535-6 
——— cisplatin hyperpigmentation induced by pressure. 
A case report. Al-Lamki Z, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
71(8):1578-81 


Comparison of granisetron, ondansetron, and tropisetron in 
the prophylaxis of acute nausea and vomiting induced by 
cisplatin for the treatment of head and neck cancer: a 
randomized controlled trial [see comments] Mantovani G, 
et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):941-8. Comment in: Cancer 
1996 Mar 1;77(5):823-33. 

Entry and evaluation of elderly patients in European 
Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer 
(EORTC) new-drug-development studies. Monfardini S, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Ful 15;76(2):333-8 

Progress in reducing nausea and emesis. Comparisons of 
ondansetron (Zofran), granisetron (Kytril), and tropisetron 
(Navoban). Morrow GR, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1; 
76(3):343-57 (121 ref.) 

Prospective study of chemoprevention of hepatocellular 
carcinoma with Sho-saiko-to (TJ-9). Oka H, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):743-9 

Congas remission seven years after treatment for metastatic 

ignant melanoma. Petit T, et al. Camcer 1996 Mar 1; 
77(5):900-2 

Cerebral demyelination syndrome in a patient treated with 
5-fluorouracil and levamisole. The use of thallium SPECT 
imaging to assist in noninvasive di —a case report 
Savarese DM, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15; -77(2):387- 94 

Brachytherapy and continuous infusion 5-fluorouracil for 
treatment of locally advanced, lymph node negative, 

prostate cancer: a phase I trial. See WA, et al. Cancer 1996 
Mar 1;77(5):924-7 

Involvement of the mitochondrion respiratory chain in the 
synergy achieved by treatment of human ovarian 
carcinoma cell lines with both tumor necrosis factor-alpha 
and cis-diamminedichloroplatinum. Uslu R, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):725-32 

Randomized trial of initial therapy with melphalan versus 
cisplatin—-based combination chemotherapy in patients with 
advanced ovarian carcinoma: initial and term 
results--Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Study 
E2878. Wadler S, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):733-42 

inetics of in children. 
et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; 

Inhibitory effect of 220-oxa~-1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 on 
the py ges of pancreatic cancer cell lines. Kawa S, 

1996 May;110(5):1605-13 

Modulation effects of hexamethylene on growth 
and differentiation of ool human malignant 
cells. Li XN, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):831-8 

In vivo antitumor activity of bropirimine against PAIII and 
Dunning MAT-LyLu rodent cancers. Sarosdy 
MF, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2085-9 

High-dose chemotherapy with autologous bone 
marrow/stem-cell rescue in | cancer. Basade MM, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347( ):847-8 


et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):435-9 
Contrast-enhanced MR imaging assessment of tumor 


capillary permeability: effect of irradiation on delivery of 
chemot y. Schwickert HC, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):893- 
Adjuvant chemotherapy in the node-negative breast cancer 
patient. Styblo TM, et al. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 
76(2):327-41 (26 ref.) 


ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS, 
ALKYLATING 


Treatment of 100 _— with primary amyloidosis: a 
randomized trial of melphalan, prednisone, and colchicine 
versus colchicine only. Skinner M, et al. Am J Med 1996 
Mar; 100(3):290-8 

o—, irreversible renal failure after ifosfamide treatment. 

A clinicopathologic report of two patients. Berns JS, et 
al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):497-S00 

A prospective evaluation of ifosfamide-related 
pig meng in children and young adults. Ho PT, et 

Cancer 1995 Dec 15;76(12):2557 

Final report of a phase I/II trial of hyperfractionated and 
accelerated hyperfractionated radiation therapy with 
carmustine for adults with supratentorial malignant 
eo Radiation y Oncology Group Study 83-02. 

erner-Wasik M, et al. 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1535-43 


ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS, 
COMBINED 


Phase I/II study of PIXY321 in combination with 
and carboplatin in the treatment of 
ovarian cancer. Runowicz CD, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1151-9; discussion 
1159-60 
Visual function after laser h and 
for macular retinoblastoma. Lueder GT, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May;121(5):582-4 
Preoperative “chemoradiation” for stages II and III rectal 
carcinoma. Stryker SJ, et al. Arch Surg 1996 May; 
131(5):514-8; discussion 518-9 
A phase trial of recombinant human interleukin-11 
(neumega rhIL-11 growth factor) in women with breast 
cancer receiving chemotherapy. Gordon MS, et al. 
Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3615-24 
Cure of multidrug-resistant human B-cell lymphoma 
xenografts by combinations of anti-B4—blocked ricin and 
chemotherapeutic drugs. Liu C, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3892-8 
A randomized placebo-controlled trial of recombinant 
human interleukin-11 in cancer patients with severe 
thrombocytopenia due to chemotherapy. Tepler I, et al. 
Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3607-14 
Acute rhabdomyolysis after concurrent administration of 
interleukin-2, interferon-alfa, and chemotherapy for 
metastatic melanoma. Anderlini P, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 
15;76(4):678-9 
Helium-neon laser effects on conditioning-induced oral 
mucositis in bone marrow transplantation patients. Barasch 
A, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15;76(12):2550-6 
Long term results of a phase I/II study of aggressive 
chemotherapy and sequential upper and lower hemibody 
radiation for patients with extensive stage small cell lung 
cancer. Bonner JA, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):406-12 
Creatine kinase elevation associated with 5-fluorouracil and 
levamisole therapy for carcinoma of the colon. A case 
report. Cersosimo RJ, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1250-3 
Chronic oral and tamoxifen in the treatment of 
far-advanced hepatocellular carcinoma. Cheng AL, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):872-7 
Oral combination antiemetics in patients with small cell lung 
cancer receiving cisplatin or cyc plus 
doxorubicin. Cleri LB, et al. Cancer — +m 1; ae): 774-8 
Phase II study of 5-fluorouracil and fi in the 
treatment of patients with advanced pana cancer. A 
Southwest Oncology Group Study [letter] Colucci G. 
Cancer 1996 Mar a 1002-3 
Adjuvant _radiotherap’ versus combined sequential 
chemotherapy followed by radiotherapy in the treatment 
of resected nonsmall cell lung carcinoma. A randomized 
trial of 267 patients. GETCB (Groupe d'Etude et de 
Traitement des Cancers Bronchiques). Dautzenberg B, et 
al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):779- 46 
The combination of , doxorubicin, and mitomycin 
(PAM) compared with the FAM regimen in treating 
advanced gastric carcinoma. A II randomized trial 
of the Italian Oncology Group for Clinical Research. De 
Lisi V, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):245-50 
Phase II trial of recombinant human interleukin-2 and 
interferon-alpha-2a: implications for the treatment of 
patients with metastatic melanoma. Eton O, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):893-9 
Ra small round cell tumors: results of a four-drug 
chemotherapy regimen in five adult patients. Farhat F, et 
al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1363-6 
Meningeal carcinomatosis in patients with breast carcinoma. 


methotrexate regimen. Fizazi K, et 
1;77(7):1315-23 
I study of 5-fluorouracil plus high dose 
folinic acid versus 5-fluorouracil plus folinic acid plus 
methyl-lomustine for patients with advanced colorectal 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





cancer. Jones DV Jr, et al. Camcer 1995 Nov 15; 
76(10):1709-14 

I/Il trial of dexverapamil, epirubicin, and 

y stimulating factor in 

ts with adv: y 


pancreatic 
ornek G, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1356-62 
hyperpigmentation induced by pressure. 
A case report. Al-Lamki Z, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
71(8):1578-81 


Alternated approach with local irradiation and combination 


intermediate stage 
cll ung cancer eter] Le Pechous © et al. Cancer 1995 
Aug 1;76(3):530-1 
Multiple cycles of high dose chemotherapy su; by 
Progenitor cells as treatment for patients 
with advanced malignancies. Long GD, et al. Cancer 1995 
Sep 1;76(5):860-8 
Combined preoperative chemoradiotherapy followed by 
radical surgery in locally advanced vulvar carcinoma. 
pilot study. Lupi G, et al. Camcer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1472- $ 
Results of combined modality therapy for patients with anal 
cancer (E7283). An Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group 
study. Martenson JA, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15; 
76(10):1731-6 


Phase I/II study of neoadjuvant intraarterial chemotherapy 
with mitomycin-C, vincristine, and cisplatin in patients 
with stage IIb bulky cervical . Park SY, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):814-23 

A 15-year experience with chemotherapy of patients with 

lioma. Patel SR, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15; 
'6(8):1476-80 

Comparison between a cisplatin-containing regimen and a 
carboplatin-containing regimen for recurrent or metastatic 
bladder cancer patients. A randomized phase II study. 
Petrioli R, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15; 71(2):344-51 

M treatment with neoadjuvant  intraarterial 

chemotherapy and radical ——_ in ae with he 
IIIB-IVA cervical cancer. A preliminary st 

C, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 15;76(6): 1013.26 

Neuroendocrine pom ern Seat is an independent prognostic 

factor in chemotherapy- ponsmall cell lung 

carcinoma. Cee be aa Gas We tert 
77(7):1284-91 


Platinum ey combination chemotherapy: cisplatin, 
and methotrexate in patients with metastatic 
pp — ay BT II trial with evaluation 
o! owe factors. L, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 
15;76(10):1797-803 
Significant reduction of medical costs by differentiation 
therapy with all-trans retinoic acid during remission 
induction of newly diagnosed patients with acute 
promyelocytic leukemia. The Japan Adult Leukemia Study 
Group. Takeshita A, et al. Guow 1995 Aug 15;76(4):602- 3 
5-fluorouracil/leucovorin/interferon alpha-2a in patients 
with advanced colorectal cancer [letter 
et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):528-30 
Randomized trial of initial therapy with melphalan versus 
based combination chemotherapy in patients with 
advanced ovarian carcinoma: initial and long term 


results— Cooperative Oncology Group Study 
E2878. Wadler S, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15; 71a): 733-43 
cisplatin, and continuous infusion 5-fluorouracil 
is an active and safe regimen for patients with advanced 
ic cancer. An Italian Group for the Study of Digestive 
ract Cancer (GISCAD) report. Zaniboni A, et al 


) mn 1995 Nov 15; 76(10). 1654.9 
Treatment of t mesothelioma with methotrexate and 
vinblastine, with or without platinum c y. Hunt 
KJ, et al. Chest 1996 May;109(5):1239-42 
Adjuvant combined a Ly for ry 
Chamberlain MC. J Neurosurg 1996 
84(5):733-6 


methotrexate and vinblastine aiming at 
bladder preservation in imvasive bladder cancer: 
multivariate analysis on prognostic factors [see comments] 
Angulo JC, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;!55(6):1897-902. 
Comment in: J age 1996 Jun; 155(6):1910-1. 
Five-year followup of a prospective trial of radical 
cystectomy and neoadjuvant 
Cystectomy Trial I. The Nordic 


Cancer Study [see ] 
al. J Urol 1996 Jun 155(6):1903-6. Comment in: J Urol 1996 
Jun; 155(6):1910-1. 

Dramatic response to ifosfamide, mesna and doxorubicin 
chemotherapy regimen in an adult with clear cell sarcoma 
of the kidney. Yalgin 8, eta. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2024 

Neg oe bone 


Saas 
marrow/stem-cell rescue in cancer. Basade MM, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Mar 50479 347-8. 8 
Autologous bone marrow transplantation versus intensive 
consolidation chemotherapy for acute myeloid leukemia 
in childhood. Pediatric Oncology Group. Ravindranath Y, 
et al. N Engl J Med 1996 be 30,334(22):1428-34 
The sequencing of chemotherapy and radiation therapy after 
conservative surgery for early-stage breast [see 
comments] Recht A, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23; 
334(21):1356-61. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996 May 
23;334(21):1397-9. 
Chemot! y without radiation therapy as initial treatment 
ts. Freilich RJ, 


Vermeulen PB, 


herap 
for primary CNS lymphoma in older 
et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):435-9 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS, 
HORMONAL 


Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Side effects may have 
been overstated [letter] Baum M. BMJ 1996 Apr 20; 
312(7037):1036 

Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Multicentre trial should 
be welcomed [letter] Corder AP. BMJ 1996 Apr 20; 
312(7037):1037 


Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Recruitment into studies 
um duration of treatment must continue 

[letter] H, et ‘et al BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1036-7 

Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Clinicians must share 
knowledge with their patients more readily [letter] 
Goodare H. BMJ 1996 Apr sr 1037 

Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Local research ethics 
committees should review their approval of prevention trial 
[letter] Read C. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1036 

Phase II study of flutamide in the treatment of hepatocellular 
carcinoma. Chao Y, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):635-9 

Prognostic factors in eiderly women with metastatic breast 
cancer treated with tamoxifen: an analysis of patients 
entered on four bo wg clinical trials. Dhodapkar MV, 
et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):683-90 

A phase III evaluation of a somatostatin analogue (octreotide) 
in the treatment of patients with asymptomatic advanced 
colon carcinoma. North Central Cancer Treatment Group 
and the Mayo Clinic. Goldberg RM, et al. Cancer 1995 
Sep 15;76(6):961-6 

The expression of insulin-like growth factor and its binding 
protein mRNA in the = of postmenopausal 
patients with breast cancer ‘oh tamoxifen. 
Laatikainen TJ, et al. Cancer 1995 ‘Oct 15;76(8): 1406-10 

The antiandrogen withdrawal syndrome. Experience in a 
large cohort of unselected patients with advanced prostate 
cancer. Small EJ, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1428-34 

Octreotide reduces the kinetic index, liferating cell 
nuclear antigen-maximum proliferative index, in patients 
with colorectal cancer. Stewart GJ, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 
15;76(4):572-8 

Use of somatostatin analog for localization and treatment of 
ACTH secreting bronchial carcinoid tumor. 
Christin-Maitre S, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):845-6 

ee difference in tamoxifen disposition. Peyrade F, 
et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):401- 0 

Chemoprevention of breast cancer [clinical conference] 
O'Shaughnessy JA. JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1349-53 

Estrogen therapy for prostate carcinoma. Presti JC Jr. 
JAMA 1996 Apr 17;275(15):1153 

Safety of tamoxifen [letter] Coleman MP. Lancet 1996 Mar 
23;347(9004):836-7 


ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS, 
PHYTOGENIC 


Effects of Taxol on choriocarcinoma cells. Marth C, et al. 
Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1835-42 


Am J 
Phase II study of oral 


breast cancer. Atienza 
76(12):2485-90 (39 ref.) 

Camptothecins: new enthusiasm for an old drug [news] Rowe 
PM. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):892 


for patients with advanced 
M, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15; 


ANTIOXIDANTS 


Effect of vitamin E on the anticoagulant response to warfarin. 
Kim JM, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):545-6 
The effect of simvastatin treatment on natural antioxidants 


mi ’ 

Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):851-4 

Bioavailability of a natural isomer mixture compared with 
synthetic alj-trans beta-carotene in human serum. 
Ben-Amotz A, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May; 
63(5):729-34 

RRR-alpha-tocopheryl acetate supplementation at 
pharmaco! doses decreases low-density-lipoprotein 
oxidative susceptibility but not protein glycation in i 
with diabetes mellitus. Fuller CJ, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 
1996 May;63(5):753-9 

Long-term oral vitamin E supplementation in — fibrosis 
patients: RRR-alpha- | mee © with 
all-rac-alpha- 


tocophery! acetate 
Winklhofer-Roob BM, et al. Am J Nete 1996 May; 
63(5):722-8 
Response to a single oral dose of all-rac-alpha-tocophery! 
acetate in patients with cystic fibrosis and in healthy 
individuals. Winklhofer-Roob BM, et al. 
Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):717-21 
Dietary flavonoids, antioxidant vitamins, and incidence of 
stroke: the Zutphen study. Keli SO, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):637-42 
Safety of antioxidant vitamins. Mey ers DG, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 May 13; 136(9):925-35 (208 ref.) 
micronutrients rotect against the 
knee osteoarthritis? 
Rheum 1996 Apr; 


concentrations of cytokines, their soluble receptors, 
and antioxidant vitamins can predict the development of 
multiple organ failure in patients at risk. Borrelli E, et al. 
Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):392-7 (38 ref.) 


ANTIRHEUMATIC AGENTS 


BCL-2 expression or antioxidants prevent 
hyperglycemia-induced formation of intracellular 


yan goer ycation endproducts in bovine endothelial cells. 
Giardino I, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar y Heninger 1 


Antioxidants in —— 
. al. Pediatr Neve Ae 1930 An AeetsOaT1 a8 (lod 


ANTIPARKINSON AGENTS 
bee oe oh for early Parkinson's disease. Stacy M, 
<s eb ty 1996 Mar;53(4):1281-7 (29 aad 
changes in synaptic dopamine in 
with 's disease as measured by {1C}raclopride 
i t and PET. Tedroff J, et al. Neurology 1996 
May;46(5):1430-6 


ANTIPHOSPHOLIPID SYNDROME 
Case report: diabetic microangiopathic hemolytic anemia and 


thrombocytopenia with an’ yndrome. Morita 
H, et al. Am J saod Sa tee neice an 


A model for the antiphospholipid antibody syndrome: 
monoclonal antiphosphatidylserine —* induces 
intrauterine growth restriction in mice E, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feet 74():700- 

Familial primary ey antibody syndrome. Bansal 
AS, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):705-6 

Heart valve involvement a endocarditis) in the 
antiphospholipid syndrome. Hojnik M, et al. Circulation 

1996 Apr 15;93(8):1579-87 (110 ref.) 


ANTIPROTOZOAL AGENTS 


Acute pancreatitis associated with sodium stibogluconate 

treatment in a — with human immunodeficiency virus 

] Domingo P, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 May 13; 
156(9):1029, 1032 

Aerosolized pentamidine as alternative primary prophylaxis 


against Pneumoc 
and renal transp 
Chest 1996 May; 1055) 123 50-5 

Cure of antimony- — Indian visceral leishmaniasis 
with amphotericin B lipid complex. Sundar §S, et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):762-5 

Folinic acid supplements to pyrimethamine-sulfadiazine for 
Toxoplasma encephalitis are associated with better 
outcome [letter] Van Delden C, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 
May;173(5):1294-5 


ANTIPSYCHOTIC AGENTS 


Aging and neuro! —induced acute dystonia [letter] Deleu 
et al. Am J chiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):447-8 
i treatment of a psychotic adolescent [letter] 
Dicker R, et al. Am J Psy 1996 Mar;153(3):441-2 
Circadian pattern of acute, neuroleptic-induced dystonic 
reactions. Mazurek MF, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 
153(5):708-10 
Erythromycin-induced clozapine toxic reaction. Cohen LG, 
et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):675-7 
Treatment resistance in schizophrenia [editorial] Johnstone 
EC, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 10;312(7027):325-6 
Increased mortality related to asthma among asthmatic 
—_ using major tranquillisers. Underlying ill health 
main risk factor [letter] Jones A. B 1996 Apr 
13; 120036) 976 
Increased mortality related to asthma among asthmatic 
patients — major tranquillisers. Smoking may increase 
mortality w tients stop using tranquillisers [letter] 
Rozewic L. “anal 1990 Apr 13; 3137036) 976-7 
The CYP2D6 genotype predicts the oral clearance of the 
agents perphenazine and zuclopenthixol. 
Jerling M, et a Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):423-8 
Treatment of negative symptoms in schi ja and 
schizoaffective disorder by selegiline augmentation of 
antipsychotic medication. A pilot study examining the role 
of dopamine. Bodkin JA, et al. J Nery Ment Dis 1996 May; 


184(5):295-301 sia 0 
Risperidone and malignant syndrome [letter 
Tarsy D. JAMA | 1996 eb 14;275(6):446 


ANTIPSYCHOTIC AGENTS, 
BUTYROPHENONE 


Neuroleptic malignant syndrome in a trauma patient [letter] 
Sing RF, et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):673 


ANTIPYRINE 


Growth hormone treatment increases cytochrome 
P450-mediated antipyrine clearance in man. Cheun, 
et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1 


ANTIRHEUMATIC AGENTS 


Methotrexate osteopathy in long-term, low-dose 
methotrexate treatment for psoriasis and rheumatoid 
arthritis. Zonneveld IM, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb; 
132(2):184-7 

Reduction in long-term disability in patients with rheumatoid 
arthritis by disease-modifying antirheumatic drug-—based 
treatment strategies. Fries JF, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 


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ANTIRHEUMATIC AGENTS 


3H(4):616-22 
in psoriatic arthritis: or established 
indication? ey Goupille P. et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 
Apr;39(4):711-2 
este <6 Cateey> cuntene te 0 seaiias wie 
AIDS with methotrexate and ol 986 Mar 35029 
AR — vit $A Ieph 3): 
* combined” with pues of methylpednslone 
sone ot placebo 
the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. , et 
al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb;35(2):150-4 
and methotrexate. Dij 


Folate Dijkmans BA. 
1995 Dec;34(12):1172-4 (22 ref.) 





Rheumatol 1996 Apr.39(4).364-72 
vitro effects of methotrexate on human articular 
bone-derived osteoblasts. van der Veen MJ, et al. 
J Rheumatol 1996 Apr;35(4):342-9 

jitric oxide: an important articular free radical. Murrell GA, 
. Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb;78(2):265-74 

hw avd hloroquine, a combination of 
three medications. O O Dell IR et al N Engl J Med 1996 

May 16;334(20):1287-91 


ANTITHROMBINS 
——— & _——— for prevention of experimental 
i. Nasir MA, et al. 
;121(5):554-60 
siicombeie effects of inhibitors 


perimental thrombosis. 
Beimond BU, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):153-60 


ANTITHYROID AGENTS 


Epitopes for Snes antibodies in Graves’ sera: 
a possible link of heterogeneity to ory in response 
ra antithyroid d treatment. Kim WB, et 
J Cin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May:81(3:1 758-67 


ANTITUBERCULAR AGENTS 


Outpatient management of tuberculosis [see comments] 

cColloster P, et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr; 

53(5):1579-94 (12 ref.). Comment in: Am Fam Physician 
1996 Apr;53(5):1511-2. 

Isoniazid preventive therapy in areas of high isoniazid 
resistance [letter] Moulding T. Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 
25; sy pe 

of isoniazid entive t y [letter] Rose DN. 
Arch Intern Med he hh em a ):684-5 
Isoniazid preventive Salpeter SR. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Apr 8;156(7):811 

PZA hypersensitivity [letter] Shorr AF, et al. Chest 1996 
Mar; 109(3):855-6 

Treatment of Myocardium avium complex infection: does 
the mouse model ae Se therapeutic outcome in 

humans? Sison JP, et al. J Dis 1996 Mar; 1733): cot 

a side-effect of antituberculosis Sone 

itzGerald JM, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 1734708 ~~ 

Tuberculosis programme changes and treatment + seal 
in patients with smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis in 
Blantyre, Malawi. Harries AD, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):807-9 

Improvised drug package for tuberculosis patients [letter] 
Johnson JL, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):834 

Lessons to be learned from tuberculosis control in China 
[letter] Squire SB, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):835-6 

Lessons to be learned from tuberculosis control in China 

] Wilkinson D, et al. 1996 Mar 23; 
7(9004):835 

Acute isoniazid ae in an urban a [letter] 
Kurbasic MP, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):782 

Isoniazid neurotoxicity [letter] Lewin PK. Pediatrics 1996 
May;97(5):782-3 


ANTITUSSIVE AGENTS 


Effect of acetazolamide on cough induced by 
low-chloride-ion solutions in normal subjects: comparison 
with furosemide. Foresi A, et al. 

J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1093-9 


ANTI-ULCER AGENTS 


Asthma and eal reflux: acid suppressive 
t improves asthma outcome. Harding SM, et al. 
Med 1996 Apr; 100(4):395-405 
A comparison of lansoprazole, omeprazole, and ranitidine 
for reducing preoperative gastric secretion in adult patients 
undergoing elective surgery. Nishina K, et al 
Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):832-6 
Esophageal ulcers in AIDS [letter] Couderc LJ, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):928; discussion 928-9 
ulcers in AIDS [letter] Domingo P, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):928; discussion 928-9 


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with clarithromycin increases 
Therapy sorerae ant ee ae 
ontG. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 


a ra 

1(3):5 

Nowaweidal antiinflammatory drug-induced colitis and 
1 ] Hebuterne X, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 


Effect of long-term sucralfate ingestion on antral and fundic 
in the rat. Kuwayama H. 
Dis Sci 1996 = 
pm By re! omeprazole given orally and 
pi eae Larson C, et al. Din the Sci 1996 Mar 
es 9 


Effect Se en eas a es eee XS 


and vagotomized h ee Sees R, 
Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3).543- 


cisapride on salivary production in normal subjects. 
Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3):480-4 
‘HCOX- ) and topical 16,16-dimethyl-PGE2 
mucosa against luminal acid 
buffer capacity. Ranta-Knuuttila T, et 
1996 Mar;41(3):492-7 
versus triple y for Helicobacter 
lori-associated duodenal ulcers. JJ, et al. 
Dis Sei 1996 Mars4i(Q)453-7 
Stimulatory effects of sucralfate on secretion and synthesis 
of mucus by rabbit gastric mucosal cells. Involvement of 
phospholipase C. Takahashi S, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
41(3):498-504 
Sucralfate suppresses Helicobacter pylori infection and 
pa ge dl mere , &. erg with 
duodenal ulcer [see comments sunampe S, 
Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; Toy 24. "4 in: 
Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):947-5S0. 
Isa of prevention worth an ounce of cure? Fennerty 
MB. 1996 Mar;110(3):958-60 
Helicobacter pylori augments the pH-increasing effect of 
omeprazole in patients with duodenal ulcer [see comments] 
Labenz J, et Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):725-32 
Comment in: Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 1 10(3):947-50. 
Endoscopy, nonsteroidal anti-i in — 
omeprazole regimen in colorectal cancer ention [letter] 
Morgan G. Gastroenterology 1996 — wae 
Famotidine for the prevention of gastric and 
caused by nonsteroidal antiinflam: a non Take AS, 
et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 30;334(22):1435-9 


ANTIVENINS 


Efficacy of widow spider antivenin{letter] Pearl JM. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):273 


ANTIVIRAL AGENTS 

Lamivudine as adjunct therapy in HIV [news] 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Feb 1;53(2):781-2 

Ganciclovir for c virus infection [news] 
Am Fam 1996 Mar;53(4):1441 

Viral dynamics of HIV: implications for drug development 
and therapeutic strategies. Havlir DV, et al. 

Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1; 124(11):984-94 (1i2 ref.) 

T acyclovir is beneficial in recurrent labialis 
etter] Lamey PJ. BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):975 

Inhibition of HIV-1 replication by cyclopentenone 
py 4 in acutely infected human cells. Evidence 
or a transcriptional block. Rozera C, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1795-803 

Famciclovir for the treatment of zoster. Gordon A. 
J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):350 

Randomized study of the tolerance and efficacy of high- 
versus low-dose zidovudine in human immunodeficiency 
virus-infected children with mild to moderate s De 
(AIDS Clinical Trials Group 128). Pediatric AI 
Trials Group. Brady MT, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
173(5):1097-106 

Effect of stavudine on human immunodeficiency virus type 
1 virus load as measured by quantitative mononuclear cell 
culture, plasma RNA, and immune complex-dissociated 
antigenemia. Griffith BP, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
173(5):1252-5 

Phase I trial of interferon alfa-n3 in early-stage human 
immunodeficiency virus type 1 disease: evidence for s 
safety, tolerance, and antiviral activity. Skillman DR, 
al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1107-14 

Changes in biologic phenotype of human immunodeficiency 
virus during treatment of patients with didanosine. Zheng 
NN, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1092-6 

Perinatal HIV infection and the effect of zidovudine therapy 
on transmission in rural and urban counties [see comments] 
Fiscus SA, et al. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1483-8. 
Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1514-S. 

Preventing perinatal HIV infection. How far have we come? 
[editorial; comment] Simonds RJ, et al. JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19):1514-5. Comment on: JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19): 1483-8. JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19): 1504-6. 

Zidovudine use to reduce perinatal HIV type | transmission 
in an urban medical center [see comments] Wiznia AA, 
et al. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1504-6. Comment in: 
JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1514-5. 

French patients will get protease inhibitors [news] Gozlan 
M. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):821 


Comment on: 


Viral load and response to treatment of HIV [letter] De 
Gruttola V, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20; 
334(25):1671-2; discussion 1672-3 

Viral load and response to treatment of HIV [letter] Ioannidis 
ey N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1671; discussion 

Long-term follow-up of HBeAg-positive patients treated 
with interferon alfa for chronic _e~ B [see comments] 
Niederau C, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 30; 
334(22):1422-7. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996. May 
ee ge 1470-1. 

Lack of sustained yo of interferon in patients with 
o—_ itis C [letter] Vento S, et al. 

N Engl J 1996 May 30;334(22):1479-80 

Resolution of refractory AIDS-related mucosal 
after initiation of didanosine plus uinavir fletter] 
Zingman BS. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun Tn 1674-5 

Prognosis and Bo — ~ to therapy of cytomegalovirus 
encephalitis and menin, yelitis in AIDS. Cohen BA. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):444-50 


ANUS 


Caen S i preamiantemsen co crte Gon tenteve 
anastomoses in patients with ulcerative colitis. Ziv Y, et 
al. Am J Surg 1996 Mar;171(3):320-3 


ANUS NEOPLASMS 


Results of combined modality therapy for patients with anal 
cancer (E7283). An Eastern Cooperative ‘yy Group 
study. Martenson JA, et al. Cancer lov 15; 
76(10):1731-6 


ANXIETY 


Physicians’ fears about treating anxiety disorders [letter] 
Carswell TW Jr. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1521 
The Amsterdam Preoperative Anxiety and —— Scale 
(APAIS) [see comments] Moerman N 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):445-51. one. in: Anesth 
Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):443-4. 
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform 
encep! y. Scientists who inflame public anxieties 
must share . or for resulting panic [letter] 
Fitzpatrick M. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1037 
— and = associations with asthma, anxiety, 
— reflux. Ladviksdéttir D, et al. 
Chest 1996 May;109(5):1262-8 


ANXIETY DISORDERS 


Relationship of childhood anxiety to adult 
correlates and influence on course. Pollac 
Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):376-81 

The effects of alcohol consumption on laboratory-induced 
panic and state anxiety. Kus! MG, et al. 

Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):264-70 


AORTA 


Mechanisms of action of isoflurane on contraction of rabbit 
conduit artery. Su JY. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):837-42 
—_— therapy for cardiac arrest. Paradis NA. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 May; 21(5):563- 563-8 (42 ref.) 
“Legs” technique for | of widely 
coronary arteries during ascending aortic repair. Mills NL, 
et al. Ann Thorac ‘Sure 1996 Mar-61(3): 869-74 
Aortopulmonary fenestration with pulmonary artery 
septation for single ventricle and subaortic obstruction. 
Pridjian AK, et Thorac Surg 1996 Mar; 


61(3):997- 1000 
Dissection of an allograft ascending aorta after aortic root 
replacement. Smith JA, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar; 
61(3):1011-2 
Fate of the native aorta after repair of acute type A 
dissection: a ic resonance imaging study. Moore NR, 
et al. Heart 1 Jan;75(1):62-6 
o—- changes in G proteins in rat aorta. Mader SL, 
al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar;51(2):B111-6 
p+ suprarenal aortogastric fistulae caused by gunshot 
wounds: the importance of early recognition in directing 
mn i 4 + at Caldeira CC, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 
):838—- 


AORTA, ABDOMINAL 


Breath-hold ultrafast three—-dimensional 
gadolinium-enhanced MR angiography of the aorta and 
the renal and other visceral abdominal arteries. Holland 
GA, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):971-81 

Hepatic resection with Ney isolation and routine 
supraceliac aortic clampi So itephen MS, et al. 

Am J Surg 1996 Mar;171(3):351-5 

Mortality and prognostic factors in penetrating injuries of 
the aorta. Demetriades D, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 
40(5):761-3 

Three-dimensional gadolinium-enhanced MR angiography 
for aortoiliac inflow assessment plus renal artery screening 
in a single breath hold. Snidow JJ, et al. Radiology 1996 
Mar; 198(3):725-32 


disorder: 
MH, et al. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





AORTA, THORACIC 


CT aortography of thoracic aortic rupture. Gavant ML, et 
al. AJR Am J a 1996 Apr;166(4):955-61 

The CT appearance of aortic transection. Marotta R, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):647-51 

Isolated innominate artery in with aortic 


ly recognized cardiovascular complex. 
Papagiannis J, et al. Am Heart J 1996 —— 1042-4 


Mortality and neurologic morbidity 

—Sa Necolonl AC. aba sams Taovse Soe 1986 
Mar;61(3):875-8 
Pathologic leukoc 


yte infiltration of the rabbit aorta confers 
a vasomotor effect to c’ peptides 
cyclooxygenase—deri metabolites. Petitclerc E, et 
o a 1996 May 1; Han 1 ar 
aw a prognostic factors juries 4 
aorta. Demetriades D, et al. Trauma Trauma at ise Ma 
woorTer3 -3 
py lg an t and outcome of 144 
"patents — al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):547-55; 


AORTIC ANEURYSM 


48 patien 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):935-9 
“Legs” technique for management of widely 
ing ascending aortic repair. Mills NL, 
1996 Mar;61(3):869-74 
ascending aorta after aortic root 
replacement. Smith JA, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar; 
61(3):1011-2 
Lym ytic aortitis and acute aortic dissection. An 
uncommon association. Faye-Petersen OM, et al. 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 4 ape emg (20 ref.) 
Contrasting Se aortic aneurysm and peripheral 
vascular disease in England and Wales. Coggon D, et al. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):948 


ig pulmonary artery 
Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1601 
Prolapse of an aortic 


Heart | ee 
AORTIC ANEURYSM, no rare 
Risk of rupture of large abdominal 


aneurysms. 
Disagreement among vascular sur; w Lederie FA 

Arch Intern Med 1996 May 13;156(9): 1007-9 
lenderson RG, et al. 


flap b 
Richins T. et al. 


Screening for abdominal 
J Fam S pract 1996 Apr;42(4): 350-1 


AORTIC ANEURYSM, THORACIC 


ee technique a hemi-arch Saas & during open 
distal anastomosis: “calla” Sakamoto T, et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Man6i(y:102 1021-3 
Fate of the native aorta after repair of acute type A 
: resonance imaging study. Moore NR, 
5 Jen; ;75(1):62-6 

repair of thoracic aortic aneurysms. 
Mitchell RS, et J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 

111(5):1054-62 


AORTIC COARCTATION 


“et bea a ae of coarctation of 
the aorta: a review of 48 on kayshov OV. et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar6i(3).935-9 

Coarctation repair using end-to-side anastomosis of 
descending aorta to proximal aortic arch. Rajasinghe HA, 
et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):840-4 


AORTIC DISEASES 

Cae cart cereeien See, Seale geet: oe Ge 
descending thoracic and thoracoabdominal aorta: 
of current Gharagozloo F, et al. 1 Chest 1996 1996 


techniques. 
Mar; 109(3):799-809 (98 ref.) 
Acute suprarenal fistulae caused by gunshot 
— the importance of early recognition in directing 
strategy. Caldeira CC, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 


400 ):838-9 


AORTIC RUPTURE 


CT aortography of thoracic aortic rupture. Gavant ML, et 
al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):955-61 
Thoracic aorta a vai management and outcome of 144 
patients. ag 4 al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):547-55; 
discussion 555-6 


AORTIC VALVE 


Value of multiplane echocardiography in 
determining aortic valve area in aortic stenosis. Cormier 
B, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):882-5 

absence of aortic and valve in a fetus 
with severe heart failure. J, et al. Heart 1996 Jan; 


75(1)-98-100 

Aortic valve replacement in patients eighty years and 
= early and long-term results. A, et al. 
Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May.111(5)-1026-36 
AORTIC VALVE INSUFFICIENCY 

Assessment of aortic regurgitation by color flow and 

pn al ll. er echocardiography, Dalal P, et 

Mar 15;77(8):661-3 


al. Am J Cardiol 1 

Correlation of pediatric and 
catheter-derived valvar aortic stenosis its and the 
influence of aortic py gitation. Wright SB et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 15; er 

Intensity of murmurs correlates wap Hy! valvular 
Tobe ia. 56 Desjardins VA, oe, Am J 1996 Feb; 


Intraoperative TEE assessment of ventricular 
with aortic regurgitation. MP, et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):854-60 
Pulmonary autograft in ventricular septal defect-aortic 
insufficiency complex. Schoof PH, et al. 

Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):1005-6 


AORTIC VALVE STENOSIS 


Value of multiplane Sor in 
determining aortic valve area in aortic stenosis. Cormier 
B, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr Tht alee 

Correlation of echocardiographic I 


pediatric 
catheter-derived valvar aortic stenosis its and —~ 
ryt yy station Wright SB. et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 15;77(8):663-5 
High rw, in the en of in ive 
a aluation aortic 
Hartman GS, “a al Anesth Analg 


septal defect 


1996 Mar; a2(3)599-4 539-43 
Midterm 


gan in pe Ey eggutleeee 
stenosis: predictors of success. Moore P, et al 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1257-63 


AORTITIS 


Lymphoplasmacytic aortitis and acute aortic rr ee An 
uncommon association. Faye-Petersen OM, 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr:120¢4):402_-4 ao ref.) 


AOTINAE 


The Santa Lucia strain of Plasmodium falciparum as a model 
for vaccine studies. II. Development of Aotus vociferans 
as a model for testing transmission-blocking vaccines. 
Collins WE, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr; 
54(4):380-5 


AOTUS TRIVIRGATUS 


The Santa Lucia strain of Plasmodium falciparum as a model 
for vaccine studies. 1. Development in Aotus lemurinus 
griseimembra monkeys. Collins WE, et al. 

Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):372-9 


APHASIA, WERNICKE 


Quantification of cortical atrophy in a case of progressive 
fluent , Harasty JA, et al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 
1):181-90 


APNEA 


Images in clinical medicine. ee breathing in an infant 
with hyd: jus. Marcus CL. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 
13; "334(24):15 7 


APOLIPOPROTEIN A-I 


by P450 and atherosclerosis [letter] Luoma P. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 —— 59(4):484 
Hyperalphalip human lecithin cholesterol 
acyltransferase transgenic rabbits. In vivo apolipoprotein 
A-I catabolism is delayed in a gene dose-dependent 
manner. Brousseau ME, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 
97(8):1844-51 
Case records of the Massachusetts General Hospital. Weekly 
pence gee exercises. Case 16-1996. A 36-year-old 
with bilateral my <.. hand weakness and 





manned truncal sensation [clinical conference] 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1389-94 


APOLIPOPROTEINS — 
Ss ae 4-containing oem in human 
els of ——s 
ier 0 et al. Clin "Invest 1996 Feb 1:97(5)-858-64 


APOPTOSIS 


APOLIPOPROTEINS B 
Spee teens aan 


B responses to Snenualxtamethasone. therapy 
CR Jr, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):562-5 
APOLIPOPROTEINS E 


ae ~~ older) whe have good ws 
= or cognition. 
EH, et A Arch Neurol 1996 2 pork {ay meemnnyet 
i in E oo hey st mene in parents of Down’ 
Avramopoulos D, et al. Lancet 1996 
Mar 303476005) 862-3 
APOE [letter] Breitner 


Alzheimer's disease 
JC. Lancet Tose Ap Apr 27;347(9009): 1184-5 
Apoli E allele in centenarians. Asada T, et al. 
1996 996 May:46(5)-1484 
A simple and efficient 


Chapman J, wy Wet oe 1996 Ma May; 
| 46(5):1484-5 7” 


and head trauma: 
lie att teneh han ea Neselony 1996 
a= 
hol a witeeeetentihien 
“and rosy le relation to 
2):413-9 





Lehtovirta M, et al. ag 
cndy. The Proninghem sty : 
y: y- yers 
et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):673-7 


APOMORPHINE ~ 


Divergent prolactin and 
selectively bred for 
Rots NY, Ag 4 ~ F 


APOPTOSIS 


a 4 delta T cells in human ehrlichiosis. 
well , et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1996 May; 
105(5):640-6 


Induction of apoptosis in endothelial cells treated with 
cholesterol oxides. Lizard G, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May; 
148(5):1625-38 a Pp 

—_— during an y is induces 

in bel-2-deficient mice. Nagata M, et al. 

Am And 1996 May;148(5):1601-11 

Apoptotic inhibition of head and neck squamous cell 
carcinoma cells by tumor necrosis factor alpha. Briskin KB, 
et al. Arch Head Neck Surg 1996 May; 
122(5):559-63 

A monoclonal 


antibody recognizing CD43 (leukosialin) 
initiates apoptosis of human progenitor cells 
but not stem cells. Bazil V, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15; 
87(4):1272-81 
induced by id differentiation of human 
cell lines is inhibited by Bcl-XL. Benito A, et 
al. Blood — May 1;87(9):3837-43 
Identification of the of mature neutrophils and 
delineation of lipid body formation and aaa therei 
[letter] — AM. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):4013-5 


A h aes Corian ie 
ro and carcinomas. Aspects 


i and significance. Baretton an. 
et al. —= 1996 Jan 15;77(2):255-64 
relationship 


Apoptotic cell death and its i 
colorectal carcinoma. Tsujitani S, et al. ©, ‘Ganon ISG A Apr 
15.778 Su 

Apoptosis 


—adrenal activity to rats 


1956 Ma May;137(5): 1678-86 





oe 
stomach carcinoma cells induced by a human 
antibody. Vollmers HP, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 
15;76(4):550-8 
Transforming growth factor-beta 1 induces apoptosis in 
cancer cells wr er a p53-independent way. 
amamoto M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr _ 15;77(8 
Suppl): 1628-33 
Hormonal regulation of apoptosis in early antral follicles: 
follicle-stimulating hormone as a major survival factor. 
Chun SY, et al. 1996 Apr;137(4):1447-56 
Fas/APO-1/CD95 system as a mediator of granulosa cell 
apoptosis in ovarian follicle atresia. Hakuno N, et al. 
1996 May;137(5):1938-48 
In vitro, follicle-stimulating hormone prevents apoptosis and 
stimulates deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis in the rat 
seminiferous epithelium in a stage-specific fashion. 
Henriksén K, et al. 1996 May;137(5):2141-9 
Susceptibility of avian ovarian ulosa cells to apoptosis 
pth paren upon stage of follicle development and is 
to endogenous levels of bcl-xlong gene expression. 
— AL, et al. 1996 May;137(5):2059-66 
N-cadherin-mediated cell contact inhibits granulosa cell 


— in a tt manner. Peluso 
JJ, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 137(4):1196-203 

ific i 
death of the 


mneutralization of FSH — to apoptotic cell 

pachytene spermatocytes and spermatogonial 

cells in the rat. Shetty J, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5): — 


and proliferation: the balance [letter] Khosraviani 
1996 matey 1323-4 
Cell pa by apoptosis: basic ——a : relevance 


for the gastroenterologist. Que FG, 
Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4): 130-43 (21 ref.) 








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APOPTOSIS 


depletion of CD4+ T cells ic CD4 
“Firmphoeytopenia Laurence 1 1°ct nh J Cie Invest 1996 
Feb 1;97(3):6 
Staphylococcal enterotoxin 


D functions as a human B cell 
superantigen by rescuing 


VH4-expressing B cells from 

R, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
; 156( 10):3608-20 
-induced 


in activated human 
way that 
. Mollereau 
3184-50 


ymic 

th ~! Re G al 5 tenet 1996 
human uggiero G, et al. 
May 15:136(1 10):3737-46 
Fas mediates apoptosis in human monocytes by a reactive 
oxygen intermediate dependent pathway. Um HD, et al. 
3 mmunol 1996 May 11563) 346977 


ingestion of 
Escherichia coli. Watson RW, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
a 


s is associated with macrophage 
dyclonction? "Ayal i #y J Trauma 1996 Apr; 


, ving platel - - 
J Troume ay? Apes 5-8; discussion 578-9 
Tumor necrosis factor mediates apoptosis via 
Ca+ f7Mgt+ de t endonuclease with protein 
kinase C as a mechanism for cytokine resistance 
in human carcinoma cells. Woo KR, et al. J Urol 
1996 May;155(5):1779-83 


APPENDECTOMY 
ay my 4 i Curet MJ, et al. 
Surg 1996 y;1 1(5):546~50; 4 550-1 


Laer appendectomy for op ome tooo 

razee RC, et al. Arch Surg | May;131( 11; 
discussion 511-3 

be mney B ory and management of the acute 
abdomen. Gill BD, et al. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Feb; 

76(1):71-82 (13 ref.) 


APPENDICITIS 
Appendicitis in children and young on ih 
AGRA J Rowse! i986 Mar 663) 9 ee 


— Re, et al. Arch oy 199¢ cated sppend 509-11; 


discussion 511-3 
Management of jicated appendicitis. A 1 
approach based on clinical course. Keller MS, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 Mar;131(3):261-4 
Meubiode. versus oy with clindamycin in the 
management tients with advanced 
Berne TV, re Am Coll Surg 1996 May; 
5):403-7 


Spontaneous 
orthotopic 
155(6):2028 


APPOINTMENTS AND SCHEDULES 


Managed 4 for coronary artery b 
experience at one Canadian 1 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1365-73 


APRAXIA 


The basal 
Brain | 





of an 
. Petrus 


re gy 
et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 


se om. Pramstaller PP, et al. 
eb; 119 ( 1):319-40 (105 ref.) 


APROTININ 

Topical aprotinin in cardiac operations: a note of caution 
] Cigek S, et al. Anm Thorac Surg 1996 Mar; 

61(3):1039-40 


APTITUDE 
Prediction of students’ USMLE step 2 perf 


formances based 
on premedical credentials related to verbal skills. Roth KS, 
et al. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):176-80 


AQUEOUS HUMOR 


Aging effects on yg and outflow facility 
responses to humans. Croft MA, et al. 
Arch Ophanalinal 1 May; 1 14(5)-586-92 


ARACHIDONATE 5-LIPOXYGENASE 

A controlled trial of the effect of the 5-lipoxygenase 

inhibitor, zileuton, on lung inflammation produced by 

segmental antigen challenge in human Kane GC, 

et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb;97(2):646-54 

Growth control of lung cancer by interruption of 
factor si  Aoagage 

Feb 1;97(3): 


ed Cert ee fame of 
oie oth Eee imonary fibrosis. Wilborn J, et 
al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1827-36 


ARACHIDONATE 12-LIPOXYGENASE 
Tonic inhibition of renin secretion by the 12 lipoxygenase 

by high salt intake. Stern N, et al. 
1996 May; 137 5):1878-84 





disease. Antonipillai 
May;81(5):1940-5 


ARACHIDONIC ACID 
growth Soomt increases phosphoinositide turnover 


metabolic K, et 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb 17402): 676-81 


ARACHNIDISM 


Efficacy of widow 7 rn Pearl JM. 
Ann Emerg Med | Feb. Oya 


ARACHNOID CYSTS 


Percutaneous endoscopic treatment of suprasellar arachnoid 
cysts: ven y or 
ventriculocystocisternostomy? Technical note. Decq P, et 
al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):696-701 

Spinal arachnoid cyst developing after surgical treatment of 
a ptured vertebral artery aneurysm: a possible 
com of topical use of fibrin glue. Case report. 
Taguchi Y, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):526-9 


ARCUATE NUCLEUS 


Cee ae pe hee 
Y neurons in arcuate nucleus of 
Kamegai J, et Ps 1996 May. 137(3):2109-12 


ARGINASE 


Myometrial arginase activity iene with advancing 
pregnancy in the guinea FN einer CP, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol | Feb-174(2): 779-82 


ARGININE 


L-argi induces nitric oxide 
patients with critical limb isc 
controlled study. Bode-Béger SM, et al. Gireutation 1996 
Jan 19x 85-6 

Evidence of a glycemic threshold for the formation of 

in diabetic dog lens but not in collagen. Nagaraj 
RH, et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):587-94 

L-arginine/nitric oxide amplifies the magnitude and duration 
of the luteinizing hormone surge induced by 
involvement of ide Y. Bonavera JJ, et al. 

1996 May;137(5):1956-62 


t —— in 


patients with severe heart failure. Chin-Dusting JP, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1207- 13 


= _L-arginine ag endc d 
adults. Clarkson Pr et rr 
J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 13.97 8):1989-94 
ARGIPRESSIN 


Platelet response to vasopressin in preeclampsia [letter] van 
der Post . Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec; 








asopressin- and oxytocin-e ing 

ventricular nucleus of the h us 

in depression. JS, et al. Arch Gen 1996 
Feb). 137-43 


trally administered neuropeptide FF inhibits arginine 
asopressin release in conscious rats. Arima H, et al. 
_ badocrinology 1996 pete net 
type of familial central diabetes i jus caused by 
~ ange base substitution in the ysin Il coding 
region of the v gene. Ueta Y, et ral 
J Clin Endocrine! Metab 1996 May;81(5):1787-90 
Inferior petrosal sinus sampling in healthy subjects reveals 


a unilateral corticotropin-releasing hormone-induced 
arginine vasopressin release associated with ipsilateral 


secretion. Kalogeras KT, et al. 
J Clin Invest | May 1;97(9):2045-50 


ARGYRIA 


Asymptomatic blue nevus-like macule. Diagnosis: localized 
argyria. Espinal ML, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr; 
132(4):461, 464 


ARM 


artery steal and bilateral stenting of subclavian 
artery [letter] Ozsarlak O, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 
1996 Apr;166(4):996 
Interjoint coordination during pointing movements is 
19th spastic hemiparesis. Levin MF. Brain 1996 Feb; 
119 a4. 281-93 


¢ compartment syndrome. A report of four cases. 
Seiler JG 3rd, et al. J Bone Joint joint Surg Am 1996 Apr; 
78(4):600-2 
Function of the upper extremities in hereditary multiple 
exostoses. Stanton RP, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 
Apr;78(4):568-73 
Chi ive monomelic sensory neuropathy. Yuen 
EC. 1996 Mar;46(3):850 
Clinical diagnosis of peri nerve pom ey in the 
upper extremity. Anto C, et al. Orthop Clin North Am 1996 
Apr;27(2):227-36 (31 ref.) 
Electrodiagnosis in compression neur 
extremities. de Araujo MP. Orthop 
Apr; aye’ 237-44 paiagh ref.) 
Dynamics and eer © oo of ag compression in the 
upper extremity ner JS Am 1996 
Apr;27(2): 219-26 (25 ref.) 
yan pero after surgical release of com on 
uent management. Idler 
Orthop Clin North Am 1996 Apr;27(2):409-16 (21 st) 
Differential diagnosis and pitfalls in electrodiagnostic studies 
and special tests for diagnosing compressive neuropathies. 
Kaufman MA. Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 
27(2):245-52 (32 ref.) 


Unusual wy or of the upper limb. 
Osterman AL, et al. Orthop Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 
27(2): 309-408 (li6 ref.) 

a 5 ——— and the double-crush 

L, et al. Orthop Clin North Am 1996 
= 2712), sat (59 a ) 

Transient axillary-upper inner arm subcutancous fibrous 

banding following transaxillary subpectoral endoscopic 

breast augmentation [letter] Maximovich SP. 

Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May;97(6):1304-5 


ARM INJURIES 


Repair of chronic distal biceps brachii tendon rupture using 
free autogenous semitendinosus tendon. Hang DW, et al. 
Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):188-91 

Is immediate decompression of high voltage electrical injuries 
to the upper extremity always ? Mann R, et al. 
J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):584-7; discussion 587-9 


ARNOLD-CHIARI DEFORMITY 


Esophageal dysphagia as the sole _—— in type I Chiari 
malformation. Elta GH, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
41(3):512-5 (11 ref.) 
me 5 intracranial hypotension [letter] Schievink WI, 
J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):151-2 


AROMATASE 


Molecular cloning of cytochrome P450 aromatase 

complementary deoxyribonucleic acid from 
a. porcine and equine blastocysts identifies 

multiple novel 5 untranslated exons expressed in embryos, 
endometrium, and oy rn Choi I, et al. Endocrinology 
1996 Apr;137(4):1457 

1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 enhances the enzymatic activity 
and expression of the messenger ribonucleic acid for 
aromatase cytochrome P450 synergistically with 
dexamethasone depending on the vitamin D receptor level 
in cultured human osteoblasts. Tanaka S, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1860-9 


hies of the w 
North Am | 


AROUSAL 


The effect of sleep fragmentation on daytime function. Martin 
eA Re J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 
1):1 


ARRHYTHMIA 


Successful heart failure therapy is effective antiarrhythmia 
therapy [editorial] Khosla S, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 
131(5):1048-50 (23 ref.) 

Long-term outcome in patients with 
the a a. Fishberger SB, et al. 
Am J 1996 Apr 15;77(10): 887- 9 

Prospective trials of implantable cardioverter defibrillators 
versus drugs: are they addressing the right question? 
[editorial] Josephson M, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15; 


ers following 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





77(10):859-63 (29 ref.) 

Relation of ventricular size and function to heart failure status 
and ventricular dysrhythmia in patients with severe left 
ventricular dysfunction. Koilpillai C, et al. 

Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):606-11 

Evaluation and outcomes of patients with palpitations. Weber 
BE, et al. Am J Med | Feb; 100(2):138-48 

Prospective analysis of pneumonectomy: risk factors for 
major ——_ and cardiac dysrhythmias. Harpole DH, 
et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):977-82 

Atypical electromechanical dissociation in a ty with 

pulmonary embolism. Chirillo F, et al. Chest 1996 
Feb; 109(2):562-3 

Arrhythmogenic action of thrombin during myocardial 
reperfusion via release of inositol 1,4,5-triphosphate. 
ay AN, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):23-6 

——— activity as a mechanism for inherited ventricular 
ythmias in German herd Gilmour RF Jr, 
et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1526-33 

Pediatric use of intravenous amiodarone: efficacy and safety 
in critically ill patients from a multicenter protocol. P: 

JC, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1246-50 

Staged operation to Fontan increases the incidence of 
sinoatrial node dysfunction. Manning PB, et al. 
— Surg 1996 Apr; 111(4): 833-9; discussion 
839-40 


Histamine liberation related to cardiopulmonary bypass in 
children: possible relation to transient postoperative 
arrhythmias. Seghaye MC, et al. 

J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May;111(5):971-81 


ARTERIAL OCCLUSIVE DISEASES 


Self-expandable stents for the treatment of iliac artery 
obstructive lesions: long-term success and prognostic 
factors. Sapoval MR, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 
May; 166(5):1173-9 

Pulmonary vein thrombosis and peripheral embolization. 
Garcia MJ, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):846-7 

L-arginine induces nitric oxide dent vasodilation in 
patients with critical limb isc ia. A randomized, 
controlled study. Bode-Béger SM, et al. Circulation 1996 
Jan 1;93(1):85-90 


ARTERIES 


Proliferative response of smooth muscle cells 
experimental balloon angioplasty [letter] Hanke H. 
et pr 1996 Jan oct 208 

pplementation with xc: arginine fails to restore 
endothelinl function in forearm resistance arteries of 
patients with severe heart failure. Chin-Dusting JP, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1207-13 

Smoking and impaired endothelium 

[letter] Migliacci R, et al. N Engl J 

334(25): 1674 


ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA 


Percutaneous closure of an arteriovenous iliac fistula with 
a Cragg endoluminal graft. Allgayer B, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 166(3):673-4 

A puzzling accidental intraoperative finding: an 
arteriovenous fistula? [letter] Hayes A, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):674-5 

Successful repair of a massive coronary arteriovenous fistula 
in a 68-year-old man. Phillips WS, et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar-61(3):984-6 

Traumatic aneurysms and arteriovenous fistulas of 
intracranial vessels associated with penetrating head 
injuries occurring during war: principles and pitfalls in 
di and management. A survey of 31 cases and 
review of the literature. Amirjamshidi A, et al. 
J 1996 May;84(5):769-80 

Surgical interruption of leptomeningeal drainage as treatment 
for intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas without dural 
sinus drainage. Collice M, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May; 
84(5):810-7 

Carotid-cavernous fistula and jugular venous oxygen 
saturation [letter] Dujovny M, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 


84(4):713 

A cervical dural arteriovenous fistula in a patient presenting 
with radiculopathy. Case report. Kohno M, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):119-23 (26 ref.) 

Long-term results in direct carotid—cavernous fistulas after 
treatment with detachable balloons. Lewis Al, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):400-4 

The role of radiosurgery and particulate embolization in the 
oo of dural arteriovenous fistulas. Link MJ, et al. 

J Neurosurg 1996 May; +; 804-9 

Dural arteriovenous fistula of the posterior fossa developing 
after surgical occlusion of th the sigmoid sinus. Report of five 
cases. Sakaki T, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):113-8 


ARTERIOVENOUS 
MALFORMATIONS 


Imaging quiz case 2. Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) 
of the buccal fat pad. Cullen MM, et al. 
Head Neck 


Surg 
122(5):571-573 
Unusual complications after embolization of a pulmonary 


after 


t dilatation 
1996 Jun 20; 


1996 May; 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


arteriovenous malformation. Haitjema T, et al. Chest 1996 
May; 109%(5):1401-4 
—— i visceral [letter] 


connections heterotaxy 
nderson RH, et al. F Thorac Cundhovene Sure 199¢ Maye 
111(5):1106-9 


ARTERIOVENOUS SHUNT, 
SURGICAL 


A new method of a = an arteriovenous graft access. 
Benedetti E, et al Surg 1996 Mar;171(3):369-70 
Great toe-to-hand transfer oe by arterial inflow 

through the venous s M, et al. 

Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 A ONS: 1024-6 
Thrombosed hemodialysis pea Giinther RW. 
Radiology 1996 Mar; *98(3) 


ARTHRALGIA 


A rational ay h to the of arthritis. Litman K. 
F 1996 an 334) 1295-300, 1305-6, 

1309-10 

Ankle pain and swellin 
conference] Chivers 
(323):338-40, 343-4 

Comparison of the findings of triple-injection 
cinearthrography of the wrist with those of arthroscopy. 
Weiss AP, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Mar; 
78(3):348-56 


peso ir 
a to Fe, di 


in A es woman [clinical 
Clin Orthop 1996 Feb; 


is of arthritis. Litman K. 
ar;53(4):1295-300, 1305-6, 





perg: glob li i ra in 
Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4): 478-9 

Polymyositis, arthritis, and uveitis in a macaque 
experimentally infected with human T lymphotropic virus 
type I. Beilke MA, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr; 
39(4):610-5 

Coexistence of two antisynthetases in a patient with the 
antisynthetase syndrome. Gelpi C, et al. 

Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):692-7 

Predictive factors of severity of prem in 
North Africa. Claudepierre P, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1995 
Dec;34(12):1139-45 

Arthritis associated with monoclonal 
characteristics. Jorgensen C, et al. 
Mar;35(3):241-3 (14 ref.) 

Chronic polyarthritis and graft-versus-host disease [letter] 
Naranjo-Hernandez A, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Mar; 
35(3):297-8 

Immunity to the Gi globular domain of the cartilage 
proteoglycan aggrecan can induce inflammatory erosive 
polyarthritis and spondylitis in BALB/c mice but immunity 
to G1 is inhibited by covalently bound keratan sulfate in 
vitro and in vivo. Leroux JY, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb 1;97(3):621-32 

Suppression of antigen-induced arthritis in rabbits by ex vivo 
gene therapy. Otani K, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1; 
156(9):3558-62 

"The good, the bad, and the ugly." The role of chemokines 
in models of human disease. Strieter RM, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3583-6 (33 ref.) 


ARTHRITIS, ADJUVANT 


The role of endogenous serotonin in adjuvant- 
arthritis in the rat. Harbuz MS, et al. Br J 
Feb;35(2):112-6 

A protective role for testosterone in adjuvant-induced 
arthritis. Harbuz MS, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1995 Dec; 
34(12):1117-22 

Polyarthritis in the rat: effects of tolerance and sensitization 
to the bacterial extract OM-89 with a possible mode of 
action. Willis D. et al. Br J Rheumatol 1995 Dec; 
34(12):1135-8 


ARTHRITIS, INFECTIOUS 


Osteomyelitis and septic arthritis in children: guidelines for 
the use of imaging [letter] W M, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):725 

Sternoclavicular septic arthritis in a t with end-stage 
liver disease. Guerra C, et al. Ann Med 1996 Feb; 
27(2):264-6 

Total knee arthroplasty in tuberculous arthritis. Su JY, et 
al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):181-7 


ARTHRITIS, JUVENILE 
RHEUMATOID 


A pilot trial of oral type II collagen in the treatment of 
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Barnett ML, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):623-8 

Young adults with arthritis: meeting their transitional needs 
[see comments] Chamberlain MA, et al. 

Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):84-90. Comment in: Br J 
Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):80-3. 
Antibodies against retinal S-antigen in patients with juvenile 


thy: clinical 
1996 


induced 
1996 


ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATOID 


chronic arthritis—associated uveitis [letter] Edelsten 
al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan:35(1): 101-2 
Correlates of disablement in polyarticular juvenile chronic 
arthritis—a cross-sectional . van der Net J, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):91- 100 
Accelerated nodulosis during methotrexate our for 
juvenile rheumatoid artheitie. Muzaffer MA, et al 
J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):698-700 


ARTHRITIS, PSORIATIC 


Dry taps and what to do about them: a pictorial essay on 
failed arthrocentesis of the knee. Roberts WN, et al. 
Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):461-4 

Psoriatic onycho-pachydermo-periostitis. A variant of 
psoriatic distal in’ geal arthritis? Boisseau-Garsaud 
AM, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb;132(2):176-80 (22 ref.) 

Psoriatic arthritis. New types, new treatments [editorial] 

Ruzicka T. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb;132(2):215-9 (47 ref.) 

Sulfasalazine in arthritis: a new or established 


in psoriatic art 

indication? [letter] Goupille P, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 

Apr;39(4):711-2 
—term 


follow-up of rheumatoid and 
psoriatic erative knee joint synovitis. Fiocco U, et 
al. Br J 1996 Feb;35(2):155-63 

Quantitative assessment of synovial inflammation by dynamic 
gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging. A 
study of the effect of intra-articular methylprednisolone 
on the rate of early synovial enhancement. Ostergaard M, 
et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):50-9 

Elevated levels of cor factor binding 
protein in the blood of patients suffering from arthritis and 
septicaemia and the presence of novel ligands in synovial 
fluid. Woods RJ, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 
35(2):120-4 


ARTHRITIS, REACTIVE 


Prediction of diagnosis in acute and subacute jon 
of unknown . Kvien TK, et al. Br J Rheumatol | 
Apr;35(4):359-6. 


ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATOID 


Dry taps and what to do about them: a pictorial essay on 
failed arthrocentesis of the knee. Roberts WN, et al. 

ie J my 1996 Apr; 100(4): ee . 
isoprostol and gastrointestinal complications in patients 
taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for 
rheumatoid arthritis [letter] Grossman cM 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15; o> 

Misoprostol and gastrointestinal complications in patients 

taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for 

pew tee arthritis ] Hammer HF. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):927 

Misoprostol and gastrointestinal complications in patients 
taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for 
rheumatoid arthritis [letter] Madhok R, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):926; discussion 927 

Misoprostol and gastrointestinal complications in patients 
taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for 
rheumatoid arthritis [letter] Wendel TD. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):926; discussion 927 

Methotrexate osteopathy in long-term, low-dose 
methotrexate treatment for psoriasis and rheumatoid 
arthritis. Zonneveld IM, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb; 
132(2):184-7 

Reduction in long-term disability in patients with rheumatoid 
arthritis by disease-modifying antirheumatic drug~based 
treatment strategies. Fries JF, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 
Apr;39(4):616-2 

Elevated nitric oxide production in rheumatoid arthritis. 
Detection using the fasting urinary nitrate:creatinine ratio. 
Grabowski PS, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):643~-7 

Elevated levels of the soluble form of bone marrow stromal 
cell antigen | in the sera of patients with severe rheumatoid 
arthritis. Lee BO, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr; 
3%(4):629-37 

Activation of the transcription factor nuclear factor-kappaB 
in human inflamed synovial tissue. Marok R, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):583-91 

Enhancement of SPARC (osteonectin) synthesis in arthritic 
cartilage. Increased levels in synovial fluids from patients 
with r toid arthritis and regulation by growth factors 
and cytokines in chondrocyte cultures. Nakamura §S, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):539-51 

Epstein-Barr virus clonality in lymphomas occurring in 
patients with rheumatoid arthritis. van de Rijn M, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):638-42 

Acute laryngeal obstruction in rheumatoid arthritis. 
Bossingham DH, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):295-6 

Infertility may sometimes be associated with NSAID 
consumption. Akil M, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan; 
35(1):76-8 

Seronegative arthritis mailbase discussion —. [letter] 
Archer JR. Br J Rheumatol 1995 Dec;34(12):118 

Absence of correlation between IL-1 alpha ales 6 

lymorphism and rheumatoid arthritis. Bailly S, et al. 

Br J J Rheumatol 1995 Dec;34(12):1123-6 

Differential expression of the costimulatory molecules B7.1 
| ag 4 and B7.2 (CD86) in rheumatoid synovial tissue 
Balsa A, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):33-7 





’ 


27 





antibodies in id arthritis 

i M, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan; 
5(1):38-43 

Bone mass measurement and bone in rheumatoid 


metabolism 
arthritis: a review. Deodhar AA, et al. Br J Rheumatol 
a... Apr;35(4):309-22 = ref.) 


Br J Rheumatol 1993 De Dec;34(12):1172-4 oo eel a 
interferon 


Increased expression of 
ee eee oe 
membrane with 


Dothain RS. et T Rhoametol 1996 Jan; 


Bay voy. of rheumatoid and 
joint synovitis. Fiocco U, et 
1996 po Peb5ay 135-03 
tartrate-resistant acid 


multinuclear cells isolated from 
Fujikawa Y, et al. 
Rheumatol 1996 Mar;35(3):213-7 





patient with rheumatoid ati 
J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):104 
function in inflammatory arthritis 
PD, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Apr;35(4):396 
Oe | ee tare 


Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb;3 oy 117-9 


ope et 
Bg mae he 1996 Seseers 


sar et al. eikeos 1996 nore 


neniaess by Nee 


1995 DeasKlzy1N12-6 
Corticosteroids in the management of rheumatoid arthritis 
ee Morrison E, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan; 


The value of HLA-B27 t vdy ww Dhow 
oligosymptomatic spondy' [letter A 
et al. 7 7 ee Ee ioe 

Quantitative assessment of synovial inflammation 


gadolinium-enhanced magnetic 
SE ps ea 
rate of early synovial enhancement 
et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 =o 
Prognostic value of quantitative measurement of 
factor in early rheumatoid arthritis. Paimela L, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1995 lt toe os 


Needle pb et al. 
Br J Dec; teas. (8 = 
bone oe measurements--is there an 


linical 
in rheumatoid arthritis? editorial] Reid DM. et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb;35(2):109-10 _ 


between hospital and 
of rheumatoid arthritis am 
! “Br J Rheumatol — a ' 
Hyper-IgM associated with arthritis 
report 


syndrome 
—t thee be Pca 
1996 Mar; 


ts with newly diagnosed 
et al. Br J Rheumatel 1996 


and bone-derived osteoblasts. van 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 "Apr 35(4):3 342-9 
Elevated levels of cor 





factor binding 
protein in the blood of patients sufferin ‘from arthritis and 
septicaemia and the presence of novel in synovial 
fluid. Woods RJ, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb; 
35(2):120-4 
The epi i of hip osteoarthritis and rheumatoid 


arthritis in the Orient. Lau EM, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 
Feb:(323):81-90 (67 ref.) 
Immunologic mechanisms 


in common rheumatologic 
diseases. Miller-Blair DJ, eo Clin Orthop 1996 May; 
(326):43-54 (28 ref.) 
ee re oe 


manifestations in ¢ Dis St 1390 rheumatoid arthritis. 

Hastier P, et al. Dig Sci 1996 Mar;41 cae th hou 

gg dew oy worth an ounce of cure? Fennerty 

1996 Mar;110(3)-958-60 

Dig-to-duy vosiation bs bon sintas indace ip dailer for most 

oe hee eee we rheumatoid 
arthritis. Lammi-Keefe CJ, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 

Mar;96(3):247-51 

CD4+ CD7- CD28- T cells are expanded in 

arthritis and are ivi 


characterized autoreactivity. 
D, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2027-37 
Persistence i 


of dominant T cell c’! in synovial tissues 
arthritis. Alam A, et al. J Immunol 1996 


during rheumatoid 
May 1;1 3480-5 
Functi se: cotton of dendsitic cath te @ id 


arthritis: role of CD86 in the synovium. Thomas R, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr _15;156(8):3074-86 

of arthritis with methotrexate alone, 
sulfasalazine and ee uine, or 
all three medications. O 1 JR, et al. N 


Eng! J Med 1996 
May 16;334(20):1287-91 


allograft. Weiner 
Feb;78(2):185-92 


ARTHROGRAPHY 


evaluation of developmental d 


> prediction. Liu JS, et al. Clin 
y;(326): Contes at Ge 


ee 
Weiss AP, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 
78(3):348-56 


ARTHROPLASTY 
Rate of degeneration of h acetabular cartilage after 
i y ] Blasier RB. 

J Bone Surg Am 1996 Apr;78(4):635 


ARTHROPOD VENOMS 
Discontinuing venom 


imm : Outcome after five 
DB, et al. J Allergy 


Immunol 1996 Feb; 
97(2):579-87 


ARTHROSCOPY 


ee nn ne 


analgesia with intraarticular 
Reuben SS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
Ss $3 Dee ala) 105-4 ( (ig ref.) 
of triple-injection 


cinearthrography y. 
Weiss AP, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 , 
78(3):348-56 
Transforaminal decompression of lateral recess 
stenosis. Kambin P, et Ps Neweniee 1996 Mars84(3)-462-7 


ARTIFACTS 
Artifacts in chest 


i a and clinical ysis. 
ol Reticlons 1996 Mar; m198G) 733-9 


ARYLAMINE 
ACETYLTRANSFERASES 
Determination and allelic allocation of seven nucleotide 
transitions within the arylamine N-acetyltransferase gene 
in the Polish Mrozikiewicz PM, et 
1996 Apr;594):376-82 


Clin Pharmacol 
ARYTENOID CARTILAGE 


Acute laryngeal obstruction rheumatoid arthritis. 
Bossingham DH, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):295-6 


ASBESTOS 

Asbestos contamination in paraffin tissue blocks [letter] 
Longo WE. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Mar, 120(3).225-¢ 

Clara cell protein (CC-16) and surfactant-associated protein 
A (SP-A) in asbestos-ex: workers. Lesur O, et al. 

Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):467-74 


a combination of 


ASBESTOSIS 


Clara cell protein (CC-16) and surfactant-associated protein 
A (SP-A) in 2 workers. Lesur O, et al. 
Chest 1996 Feb;10%(2):467-74 

Autopsy evaluation of asbestos exposure: retrospective study 
Gigused 135 cases with quantitation n of fe fe bodies in 

Goraet Oey Sure. King JA, et al. South Med J 1996 
Apr;89(4):3 


ASCITES 


Se ae iratory muscle loading and 
work of breathing. R: ceado M, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 
MenDaay530-40 (22 ret) 
Ascites, and 1 effusions in acute 
A 


Peritoneal fibrosis treated with peritoneovenous 
shunting for -sctes An auops study with clinical 
Se ee Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
41(3):571- 


Tips for the treatment of refractory ascites. Siuta M, et al. 
y ee he 1996 Mar;110(3):956-8 


ASCITIC FLUID 


Diagnosis, ition and ement of ovarian 
hyperstimulation syndrome fletter} Beck DH, et al. 
Br J Obstet Gyacneal 1996 May; 103(5):490 


ASCORBIC ACID 

Total vitamin C, ascorbic acid, and dehydroascorbic acid 
concentrations in of critically ill patients. Schorah 
CJ, et al. Am J Nutr 1996 May;63(5):760-5 

Do antioxidant micronutrients ‘otect 
dev t and 
McAlindon TE, et 
39(4):648-56 

An N-of-1 trial for treatment of hyperemesis gravidarum. 

LA, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May; 

103(5):478-80 

Increased adhesiveness of isolated monocytes to endothelium 
is prevented by vitamin C intake in smokers. Weber C, 
et al. Circulation 1996 ~ 4. 15;93(8): 1488-92 

Bd wag ge By eg eg of vitamins C and B6, and 

risk of kidney stones in men. Curhan GC, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1847-51 


ASIAN AMERICANS 

Cystic fibrosis in Asian Indians. Powers CA, et al. 
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May; 150(3):554-5 

A to increase breast and cervical cancer screening 
or bodian women in a midwestern community. Kelly 
AW, et al. Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May-71(5).437-44 


ASPARTAME 


> = cause of allergic reactions, including 


anaphylaxis [letter] Roberts HJ. ‘Arch Intern Med 1996 May 
13;156(9):1027-8 


ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE 
nn A 
in children wi y [letter] Tazawa Y, et al. 
J Pediatr 1996 J Apr: wtas¢a).587 387-8 
ASPERGILLOSIS 
The use of respiratory-tract cultures in the diagnosis of 
invasive ayn | Horvath JA, et al. 
Am J Med | ‘eb; 100(2): ntl pe 
Clinical ey on jilemmas. An expandin; 
right cavity [clinical conference] Schnader hnader J 
et al 1996 Mar docs 829-35 


ASPHYXIA NEONATORUM 
Of policies and evel gy Perkins RP. 
Am J Obstet 1996 Feb;174(2):798-9 
ASPIRATION 
— ioe haus woyaahs women. Shabb B, et al. 


ASPIRIN 
adults: the 
unities (ARIC) Study. 
ss E, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):915-22 (37 
) 
A ~~ & factorial trial of reperfusion strategies and 
DUCCs“it im in acute myocardial infarction. The 
‘CS-II Investigators. O'Connor CM, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):791-7 
Effects of aspirin on status of thrombin generation in atrial 
fibrillation. Yamamoto K, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 


1;77(7):528-30 
plications of cutaneous surgery in patients who are 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





ear ly yg 
laa CC, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb; 


a eS Oy fim wih ad 
fibrillation: combined aspirin and low-dose warfarin vs 
cca aeons Blackshear JL, et al. 
me fa yee i er pe 
Use of aspirin in secondary prevention of coronary heart 
30312(7034)8860 ey AF et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 
awe 


prevention of maternal and fetal complications in high risk 
—— gnant women. ECPPA (Estudo Colaborativo para 
encéo da Pré-eclampsia com ) Collaborative 
— oe Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 ons 1051). 39-47 
ive dose of the potent GPIIb/IIla antagonist 
TSC Se7O1A is reduced when used in combination with 
aspirin and heparin in a canine model of coronary artery 
thrombosis. Frederick LG, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1; 
93(1):129-34 
Low-molecular—weight heparinoid orgaran is more effective 
than aspirin in the prevention of venous thromboembolism 
after surgery for hip fracture. Gent M, et al. 
Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):80-4 
Intestinal permeability changes in response to acetylsalicylic 
adap yg a pt et Hilsden 
ye ry ee 1996 hem a “ps 1395-403 
gastroduodenal of transforming 
— factor alpha in edmenion 2 to aspirin in monkeys 
rats. Romano M, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May; 
11014 1448-55 
Aspirin inhibition of naloxone-induced luteinizing hormone 
secretion in man. Conte D, et 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5): 1772-5 
Gastrointestinal aspirin therapy in 
acute Kawasaki disease. T. cial J Pediatr 1996 
May;128(5 Pt 1):701-3 
Low-molecular-weight 
ischemic stroke [letter] 
May 23;334(21):1407 
Persistent 


ption duri Vv —— LI, et 
consum ju y. Van ’ 
al. Pediatrics 1996 May.97(5). 58-63 


ASSISTED CIRCULATION 


Atrial cannulation for left ventricular assistance: superiority 
of the dome ee a 
Mar;61(3):1014- 


ASTEMIZOLE 


Comparison of triamcinolone acetonide nasal inhaler with 
astemizole in the treatment of ragweed-induced allergic 
rhinitis. Bernstein DI, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 
Mar;97(3):749-55 


ASTHMA 


Preventing hospitalizations for improving 
ambulatory management [editorial; comment] Greenberger 
PA. Am J Med 1996 —— -2. Comment on: Am 
J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):386— 

Asthma Bn 


in for the treatment of acute 
loom JM. N Engl J Med 1996 


asthma b 


‘reflux: acid suppressive 
improves asthma outcome. Harding SM, et al. 
Med 1996 Apr;100(4):395-405 
Re outpatient medical therapy for patients with 
asthma admitted to two urban itals [see comments] 
Hartert TV, et al. Am J Med 1 Apr; 100(4):386-94. 
Comment in: Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):381-2. 
Isoetharine versus albuterol for acute asthma: greater 
immediate effect, but more side effects. Shrestha M, et al. 
Am J Med 1996 Mar. 100(3):323-7 
and MIP-lalpha in 


Increased MCP-1, RANTES, 
bronchoalveolar la’ fluid of allergic asthmatic patients. 
Alam R, et al. Am J Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 
symptoms in urban Hispanic and non-Hispanic 

women. David MM, et al. 
Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1285-91 
markers on chromosomes ont 


q ial hyperresponsiveness. 
UJ, et al. Any Ronpir Coit Cora’ Med 1996 Apets3(a Pt 
1):1280-4 
ee en aa = 
asthmatic patients. Krug N, et 
Kan 3 Raster Grit Core Mad 1996 Ape,153(6 Pt 1):1391- -7 
Concentrations of methacholine for bronchial responsiveness 
ki — a © 
oonper — 


Study. ‘tL 
J Respir Crit Care Med. 1996 eprsiS3(4 mt 1):1273-9 
analysis as a measure of airway obstruction 
in children years of and older. 
et al. Am J Respir Crit 
1):1253-8 
ee ee oe Se ae 
population. von Mutius E, et al. 
Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1266-72 
The effect of inspiratory maneuvers on expiratory flow rates 
in health and asthma: influence of lung elastic recoil. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


JS, et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr; 
Rs yt 
cough in childhood and its relation to asthma. 
752 geelaete 
1534 Pt 1):1259-65 
i trial of 
gen Fy acute asthma. Howton JC, et al. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb.21(2): 170-5 
Oe ee een 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):271-2 
Asthma research: future directions for 
medicine.The NHLBI Asthma Working 
RM, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2): 
Increased mortality related to asthma among 
patients using major tranquillisers. Underlying i 
is the main risk factor [letter] Jones A. 
13;312(7036):976 
Increased mortality related to asthma 
major 


tranquillisers. Smoking 
whe patients stop 
1996 Apr 13;31 
Moving house unlikely to pose substantial 
asthma [letter] Strachan DP, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3; 
312(7026):315 
The contribution of respiratory to severe 
a PN 
al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):588 


hyperresponsiveness in 
Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):338-42 
Bronchoprovocation tests in the di is of 
isocyanate-induced asthma. Banks DE, et al. Chest 1996 
May; 109(5):1370-9 
employment — and disability among adults 
treated 


by pulmonary and Blanc PD, 
et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):688-96 
Evaluation of heliox in children hospitalized with acute 
severe asthma. A randomized crossover trial. Carter ER, 
et al. Chest 1996 May;109(5):1256-61 
Survey of asthma practice among emergency physicians [see 
comments] Emerman CL, et al. Chest 1996 : 
109(3):708-12. Comment in: Chest 1996 Mar;109(3): 594-5. 
ee | physical training in adults with asthma. A 
eek rehabilitation . Emtner M, et al. Chest 
1996 Feb: 1090): 323-30 
Prevalence of gastroesophageal reflux symptoms in 
Field SK, et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):316-22 
Prior and treatment of patients with normal results 
of holine challenge and unex parm 
symptoms. Joyce DP, et al. Chest 1996 ;109(3):697-701 
jum ] Kanwar B, et al. Chest 1996 Ma 


response study of non-CFC aii 
HFA 134a salbutamol sulfate metered-dose inhaler in 
patients with asthma. Kleerup EC, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 
109(3):702-7 

Habitual and its associations with asthma, anxiety, 
and reflux. Ladviksdéttir D, et al. 
Chest 1996 May;109(5):1262-8 

Dyspnea doesn’t always si bronchial asthma [letter] 
Rizzo S. Chest 1996 Feb; 1092):588-9 

Guidelines in need of guidance [editorial; comment] Sarwar 
A, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):594-5. Comment on: Chest 


Effects 
———s on a. beta 2 function 
asthmatic patients. Tan KS, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 
109): 343-7 


Eval the bronchodilator response in elderly who have 
asthma ] Teramoto S. Chest 19% 196 Feb; 109(2): 589-90 
Bioassay of steroids [letter] Stempel DA. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):482-3 
Low measured ee aaa | end 


auto-positive expiratory 
comments] Leatherman JW, et al. Crit Care 
24(3):541-6. Comment in: it Care Med 
ny eee 
oe intractable asthma. Martin RJ. 
( 1996 Apr 15;31(4):61-4, 69-74, 79-80 
Urinary leukotriene E4 in the assessment of nocturnal asthma. 
Bellia V, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
97(3):735-41 ¥ ; . 
Mite-specific induction interleukin- on 
I 1 — children —. te gl 


au euueep = immunotherapy. Bonno 
M, et al. 3A Allergy Immunol 1996 Feb;97(2):680-8 
‘e oiek —— re —— Discus Ww. 
— its wi et 
a ry Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1085-92 
Effects of nedocromil sodium in steroid-resistant asthma: a 
randomized controlled trial. Marin JM, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Feb;97(2):602- - 
Anaphylaxis to -methylprednisolone in 
eight-year-old c’ Moreno-Ancillo A, et 2 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1169-71 
in patients with seasonal rhinitis and concomitant 
asthma [letter] Nieman RB. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 
Feb;97(2):716-7 
a and low-affinity receptor for IgE on B cells 
blood of with 


peripheral patients atopic bronchial 
csthona. Park CS, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May; 


ASTROCYTOMA 


97(5):1121-8 
Influence uae weitnes 0 Oo ee ees 
inflammation in children with allergic 
Piacentini GL, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May. 
a: versus asthma the focus of the subspeciaity. 
as 
Platis-Mills TA. et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 


immunotherapy. 
Allergy > Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1071-8 
The effects of on the cutaneous 


——- patients with cor bronchial 
Sousa AR, et al. J Aharey Clin Lmmaael 1990 Fee, 
97(2):698-706 

Identification of IL-5 and RANTES as ig 


4 





eosinophil 
RES 


iveness. 
eb 15; ee 
mild 


Propionate Asthma Study 
Sheffer “AL. ct al 3 Pea Prat 1996 Ape 


i ee pn gh 
increase in poostense 
. J Allergy Immunol 1996 oe MaarS7G Wemergen Gre 
Mvarses and. induction of airways hyperrs respiratory 
Einarsson O, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
ee ener : efficacy in patients with 
p tony 
Asch ‘mor and hospitalization children and 
among c’ 
acai “Uaited States, 1980-1993. From the Centers 
22-29;275(20):1535-7 
Evaluation of oral anti-allergi 
Pu ul 
— in adults with self-reported asthma. 
Study Group. Lange P, et al. Lancet 1996 
ylline in asthma. Weinberger 
N J Med 1996 May 23; Shay 300-8 (100 ref.) 
Asthma in athletes. Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction in 
itorial; comment] Corrao W. Chest 1996 
Feb; 109(2):312-5. 
Exercise-induced asthma in 
in: Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):298 
Exercise-induced asthma. Is gastroesophageal reflux a factor? 
Wright RA, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May;41(5):921-5 
Bacterial ulcer 3 days after excimer laser phototherapeutic 
y. Fulton JC, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May; 
ASTROCYTES 
Involvement of tyrosine ow horylation in the ~ ey 
of 5‘-deiodinases in TL-5 rat thyroid cells and ra 
Endocrinology 
of signal transduction pathways as a potential 
a of nervous system alterations in HIV-1 gp120 
encep! 
WyenCony T et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):789-98 
ASTROCYTOMA 
as isolated, comitant 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May, 121(3):584-6 
Molecular analysis at the NF1 locus in astroc 
Microvessel density is a prognostic indicator for patients with 
brain Semoun, Conn Leon SP, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 
malignant gma. A Repo Scott CB et al. Cancer | Ml Cancer 1995 fel 
15;76(2): 
torial astroc Wakimoto H, et al. Cancer 
1996 Jan 15,770):373-80 
Tumor suppression and inhibition of aneuploid cell 
ectopic 
of the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor 
p2TKIPL. Chen J, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 


viruses and induction of airwa' 
p Aeengeg e mye 
lor trol and Prevention. JAMA 1996 May 
Hayashi K, et al. Lancet 1 Feb 
11:347(901 1):1285-9 
ASTHMA, EXERCISE-INDUCED 
figure skaters [edi 
Feb; 109(2):298-9. Comment on: 1996 
ts) 
Mannix ET, et al. Chest None Febs1OOC312 5. Coman Comment 
ASTIGMATISM 
keratectom 
114(5):626-7 
astrocytes. Mori XK, et al. 1996 an 
137(4): ed 
mice and humans with HIV-1 halitis. 
esotropia in chiddhood. Simon ,» et al. 
ytic brain 
tumors. Jensen S, et al. Cancer 1995 re 15;76(4):674-7 
astroglial 
15;77(2):362-72 
pe S pathology review in a trials for oe pie with 
mg gb tg dt ~~ ro Sar 
accumulation in human brain tumor cells by 
mR > 


RNA expression of connexin43 in 
eee a i in brain tumor gene therapy. 
Shinoura N, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May-84(5):839-45, 
discussion 846 
Value of postoperative surveillance imaging in 
management of children with some common brain tumors. 
Steinbok P, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 oye eng . 
Postoperative surveillance imaging children wit 
cerebellar estrocysomes. Sutton EN, ot al. 3 Neurosurg 1996 


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ASTROCYTOMA 


May;84(5):721-5 


1 and the American Academy 
: ep 1996 May;46(5):1470 (1 ref.) 


ATELECTASIS 
by» effect of Cyd 5 therapy 
cardiac valve 
Cant 1 Mar; 109(3):63: 
ATHERECTOMY 


Sees. of tone eeveteny tune 
from coronary and lower extremity arterial 
Bauriedel G, et al. ‘Am 3 Cardiol 1996 Mar 1.71(7)-468-74 


ATHERECTOMY, CORONARY 
Rotational atherectomy with adjunctive balloon angioplasty 
— lesions: results of 5 eet 

a 
stay Guccin Yor al Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):879-83 
and immediate and — results of adjunct 
after rotational 
atherectomy. Dussaillant GR, et al. "Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
May;27(6):1390-7 


ATHEROSCLEROSIS 
Spontaneous regression lasty restenosis in 


gah Rettort thea ea 
J Roentgenol 1996 poe porn es :728-9 








ted 
y. Gutfinger DE, et al. Am Heart J 1996 y: 


- in periarterial microvasculature and 
intramural dissections after porous balloon delivery into 
atherosclerotic — quantitation and localization by 


confocal microscopy. 
Am Heart J 1998 May May; 131(5):892-8 
middle- 


Nasser TK, et al. 


i (ARIC) Study. 
-- ed E, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):915-22 Go 
) 

Ultrastructural characteristics of human atherectomy tissue 
from coronary and lower extremity stenoses. 
Bauriede!l G, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):468-74 

Relation of cholesterol-year score to severity of calcific 
atherosclerosis and tissue deposition in homozygous familial 
h ia. Schmidt HH, et al. Am J Cardiol 

Mar 15;77(8):575-80 
Carotid atherosclerosis in women with polycystic ovary 
syndrome: initial results from a case-control study. Guzick 
, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1224-9; 
discussion 1229-32 
- - reproducibility in the interpretation of in ive 
, omy my evaluation aortic 
Hartman GS, et al. Anesth Analg 
1996 man82(3).599-4 539-43 
_——— < the auscultatory gap with waeetien disease in 
ts. Cavaltin MC, et al 
1996 May 15;124(10): 877-83 

Cohort — of predictive value of urinary albumin excretion 

for atherosclerotic vascular disease in patients with insulin 
it diabetes. Deckert T, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 6; 
7033): 871-4 


it therapy and cardiovascular disease: 

the rabbit model. Haarbo J. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
May;103 Suppl 13:49-51; discussion 51-2 

Increased adhesiveness of isolated monocytes to endothelium 
is prevented by vitamin C intake in smokers. Weber C, 
et al. Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1488-92 

Presence of hypochlorite-modified proteins in human 
atherosclerotic . Hazell LJ, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Mar 15;97(6):1535-44 

Cross-regulatory roles of penis (IL)-12 and IL-10 in 
atherosclerosis. Uyemura K, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 
1;97(9):2130-8 

Vertebral artery stenting following percutaneous 

transluminal angioplasty. Technical note. Storey GS, et al. 

J 1996 May;84(5):883-7 

Study of etiologic relationship of arterial atherosclerosis to 
oy veno-occlusive dysfunction in the rabbit. Azadzoi 
KM, et al. J Urol 1996 —_ 155(5):1795-800 

Late outcome of amputees with 1 
Valentine RJ, et al. Surgery 1996 May; 119(5):487- 93 


ATHETOSIS 


Anticholinergic treatment for choreoathetosis in a child after 
induction with fol [letter] Diltoer MW, et al. 
Anesth Analg | Mar;82(3):670 

Botulinum toxin for spasticity and athetosis in children with 
cerebral palsy. Gooch JL, et al. 

Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May;77(5):508-11 

Choreoathetotic movements: A possible side effect of 





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Mopac Buetefisch CM, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar; 
3):851-2 


ATHLETIC INJURIES 


$ thumb: ulnar collateral ligament injury. 
JR. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1775-81 


skates. Orenstein JB. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):204-9 
Acute sports injuries. Way in which played is 


sports are 
gees Se a eee pany Sees 5, et al BMJ 
Mar 30;312(7034):844 
“Should be Data on leisure accidents and injuries 
poe thn [letter] O'Driscoll S, et al. 
BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):844-5 


estern experience. Maffulli 
Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):98-105 (90 ref, ) 
Bilateral inferior umeral dislocations. Gelczer RK, et 
al. J Trauma | May;40(5):825-6 
Use of and headgear in organized sports by 
school children. Nowjack-Raymer RE, et al. 
Rep 1996 Jan-Feb;111(1):82-6 


Public 
ATLANTO-AXIAL JOINT 


Open reduction of traumatic atlanto-axial rotatory 
dislocation with use of the extreme lateral approach. A 
report of two cases. Crockard HA, et al. 

J Bone Joint Surg tie fo tlanoasia 


Ill odontoid 
-yo the literature. 
Przybylski GJ, et al. J —— 1996 Apr;84(4):666-70 


ATLANTO-OCCIPITAL JOINT 

Posterior occipi fusion for atlantoaxial dislocation 
associated with occipitalized atlas. Jain VK, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):559-64 

The transcondylar approach to extradural lastic 
lesions of the craniovertebral junction. al-Mefty O, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):1-6 


ATLAS 

Recurrent transient quadri esis after minor cervical trauma 
associated with 

arch of the atlas. Case report. 

J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):663-5 


ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE 


The effect of changes in atmospheric pressure on the 
occurrence of the taneous onset of labor in term 
pregnancies. Noller KL, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 
Apr;174(4):1192-7; discussion 1197-9 


ATRACURIUM 


= effects of neuromuscular block = peak airway pressure 
abdominal elastance during pneumoperitoneum. 
. D, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):525-7 
Recovery cisatracurium and vecuronium in 
intensive care unit patients [letter] Fuchs-Buder T, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 rxpr.82(4):892_3 
Pharmacokinetics and ynamics of cisatracurium 
in young and elderly adult patients. Sorooshian SS, et al. 
Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1083-91 


ATRIAL FIBRILLATION 


Concomitant mitral valve or atrial septal defect surgery and 
the modified Cox-maze procedure. Sandoval N, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):591-6 

Effects of aspirin on status of thrombin generation in atrial 
fibrillation. Yamamoto K, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
an JT: 528-30 

ecal hemoglobin excretion in elderly patients with atrial 
Pforilletion’ combined aspirin and low-dose warfarin vs 
conventional warfarin therapy. Blackshear JL, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):658-60 

Magnesium is underused in acute atrial fibrillation [letter 
Dietch D, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1101 

Drugs for atrial fibrillation. Digoxin comes from Digitalis 
lanata [letter] Hollman A. B 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):912 

— for atrial fibrillation. Measurement of the pulse deficit 

unnecessary ] Snow T. BMJ 1996 Apr 6; 
312(7035)-911- 2 


Intravenous amiodarone in treatment of recent-onset atrial 
fibrillation: results of a randomized, controlled study. Galve 
E, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1079-82 


ATRIAL FLUTTER 


Direct-current cardioversion for the conversion of atrial 
flutter. Chalasani P, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15; 
77(8):658-60 

Radiofrequency ablation of the His bundle for malignant 

atrial flutter after Mustard procedure for transposition of 


the great arteries. Vaksmann G, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 
Mar 15;77(8):669-70 

Radiofrequency catheter ablation of common atrial flutter: 
comparison of electrophysiologically guided focal ablation 
technique and linear ablation technique. Chen SA, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):860-8 

Conversion of atrial flutter by ibutilide is associated with 
increased atrial cycle length variability. Guo GB, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1083-9 


ATRIAL NATRIURETIC FACTOR 


Comparison of atrial natriuretic peptide B-type go 
peptide, and N-terminal proatrial natriuretic peptide 
indicators of left aniiniee systolic dysfunction. ilies 
NC, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):828-31 

Volemic status influences the response of plasma atrial 
natriuretic factor to positive airway pressure. Beuret P, 
et al. Chest 1996 May;109(5):1313-9 

Natriuretic peptide receptors on rat thymocytes: inhibition 
of proliferation by atrial natriuretic peptide. Vollmar AM, 
et al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1706-13 


ATRIOVENTRICULAR NODE 


The effects of dobutamine and phenylephrine on 
atrioventricular conduction during combined use of 
halothane and thoracic epidural lidocaine. Nishikawa K, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):551-7 


ATROPINE 


Antihistaminics in idiopathic dystonia [letter] Lang AE. 
Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):405 

Duration of action of intranasal atropine on 
methacholine-induced nasal secretions. Baroody FM, et 
al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar; 
122(3):321-3 

The atropine factor in pharmacologic stress 
echocardiography. Echo Persantine (EPIC) and Echo 
Dobutamine International Cooperative (EDIC) Study 
Groups. Pingitore A, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr; 
27(5):1164-70 


ATTENTION 


Directional bias of initial visual exploration. A — of 
neglect in Parkinson's disease. Ebersbach G, 
Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1):79-87 

Non-spatial attention disorders in patients with frontal or 
posterior brain damage. Godefroy O, et al. Brain 1996 Feb; 
119 ( Pt 1):191-202 

Predicting age-related differences in visual information 
ew using a two-stage queuing model. Ellis RD, 

al. J B Psy Sci Soc Sci 1996 May; 

51(3),P15S-65 


ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER 
WITH HYPERACTIVITY 


Etiology of ADHD: nature or nurture? [letter] Diller LH, 
et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):451-2 

The contribution of alpha 2-noradrenergic mechanisms of 
prefrontal cortical cognitive function. Potential significance 
for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Arnsten AF, 
et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 May;53(5):448-55 (130 ref.) 

A prospective 4-year follow-up study of attention-deficit 
hyperactivity and related disorders. Biederman J, et al. 
Arch Gen chiatry 1996 May;53(5):437-46 

The use of methylphenidate in oe Se [letter] Kaufman 
G, et al. Arch May; 150(5):558-9 

se ee oun 2 at preschool age [news] Cole 

‘A 1996 May 8;275(18):1391-2 

ahaa approach to the diagnosis and management of 
attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Barbaresi WJ. 
Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):463-71 


ATTITUDE 


Students’ attitudes toward alternative health care [letter] 
Gracely EJ, et al. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):109-10 

Evaluation of a medical ethics consultation service: opinions 
of patients and health care providers. McClung JA, et al. 
Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):456-60 

Advance care planning for children with special health care 
needs: a survey of parental attitudes. Wharton RH, et al. 
Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):682-7 


ATTITUDE OF HEALTH PERSONNEL 


Psychiatrists’ attitudes toward psychiatry [letter] Berman I, 
et al. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):110-1 

Housestaff attitudes about work rounds [letter] Ways M, et 
al. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):108-9 

Examining what residents look for in their role models. 
Wright S. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):290-2 

Evaluation of a medical ethics consultation service: opinions 
of patients and health care providers. McClung JA, et al. 
Am J Med 1996 Apr; 100(4):456-60 

Who decides? Physicians’ willingness to use life-sustaining 
treatment. Hanson LC, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 Apr 
8;156(7):785-9 


Survey of general practitioners’ views of consultants’ 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





in Britain. View of 
cbetetrics and 
Feb 3;312(7026):311 
disease. Fedak PW 


of im important aspects 
Be al 3 Nore Ade 1986 Mane 


Use of minors as bone marrow donors current attitude and 
management. A survey 56 transplantation 
centers. Chan KW, et al. asin 


ention: ready, willing, and 

[ ack entanen hwab CW, et al. J Trauma 

1996 Apr;40(4):67 1-2. — on: J Trauma 1996 
;40(4):602-6. 

vio prevention Soareten ances trauma surgeons: 


description and uation [see comments] 
Tellez ML, et al. J Trauma 1996 Ape:t0(4: -6. Comment 
in: J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):671-2 
Sa ee 
[letter] Bewley S. ip 1996 yen a 27;347( 1189 
The effect of land RM. Lancet 1996 
Feb 17;347( 


Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1188 


ATTITUDE TO DEATH 


Field termination of unsuccessful out-of-hospital cardiac 
arrest resuscitation: acceptance by family members. 
mer ow et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May; 

Good care of the dying patient. Council on Scientific Affairs, 
American Medical Association. JAMA 1996 Feb 14; 
275(6):474-8 (96 ref.) 


ATTITUDE TO HEALTH 


Amsterdam ive Anxiety and Information Scale 
(APAIS) [see comments] Moerman N, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 —- Comment in: Anesth 
Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):44 

How much do they a: want to know? Preoperative 
patient interviews and the 
comment] Roizen MF, et al. Anesth Analg | 
82(3):443-4. Comment on: Anesth Analg 
Mar;82(3):445-51. 

Cognitive behaviour therapy for the chronic fatigue 
syndrome. eee 
not a major factor [letter] Ho-Yen DO. BMJ 1 
27;312(7038):1097-8 

Blood money: blood donors’ attitudes to changes in the New 

blood transfusion a BMS [see comments] 
B 


Mar. 
1996 


Howden-Chapman P, et 
312(7039):1131-2. Comment 
4;312(7039):1114. 
Concerns about AIDS in 
al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3;31 


eaten carver 
i Med Assoc J 1996 May 15; 

154(10): 1569-70 
ee aes hatin 


Can Red “Assoc immigrant women. Wi 
ua <_< pod tS SACI 1563-4 

older ad ee pee hg mee 
with health status and determinant of mortality. Borawski 
EA, at al. J Gerontol B Paychal Sc Soe Sel 1996 May: 


AUDIOMETRY, EVOKED RESPONSE 

ae Deans, tates of Oe seseaty & eemnee, Bey 
RD, et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar; 
122(3):289-93 

AUDITORY oon Amal 


New-onset auditory hallucinations right by sg 
lobectomy Tt eee Bremer J. Am J Furchiaty 1996 
153(3):442- 


AUTHORSHIP 


Clarification of source [letter] Brucker MC. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1899-900 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


up for authorship. Horton R, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 
7(9004):780 


AUTISM, INFANTILE 


Clinical effects of clozapine on autistic disorder [letter] 
Zuddas A, et al. Am J ay aes 1996 May;153(5):738 
Autistic disorders torial] Wing L. BMJ 1996 

Feb 10;312(7027):327-8 


AUTOANTIBODIES 


Long-term outcome of mothers of children with com; 
congenital heart block. Press J, et al. Am J Med 1996 
100(3):328-32 

Similar Ro/SS-A autoantibody epitope and titer 
in annular of S greats and 
cutaneous lupus McCauliffe DP, et al. 
Arch Dermatel 1996 May;132(5):528-31 

Cell-type specificity of anti-CD45 autoantibodies in — 
lupus erythematosus. Czyzyk J, et al. Arthritis Rheum | 
Apr;39(4):592-9 

Enhancement of anti-DNA topoisomerase I autoantibody 

= with systemic 
uwana M, et al. 


ite 


anemia. Efremov DG, et al. Blood 1996 May 
87(9):3869-76 
Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies in rheumatoid arthritis 
ts. de Bandt M, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan; 
5(1):38-43 
ar treatment of anti Jo-1 


antibody-— 
— cyclosporine 


itive 
) Teles M ; 


ystemic 
Mala’ mg CL. ce al, Br 3 Rhownetel 1996 Feb: 
35(2):129-32 
Small doses of subcutaneous insulin as a stra for 
preventing slowly progressive beta-cell failure in islet cell 
ts with clinical features of 
T, et al. Diabetes 1996 May; 


Serum antibodies to carbonic anhydrase I and II in patients 
with idiopathic chronic pancreatitis and Ley 
syndrome. Kino-Ohsaki J, et al. Gastroenterology 1 
May; 1 10(5):1579-86 

Autoantibodies against ame i p62 constitute a novel 
marker of primary biliary cirrhosis. Wesierska~Gadek J, 
et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):840-7 

Autoantibodies to steroidogenic enzymes in autoimmune 
polyglandular syndrome, Addison’ disease, and premature 
ovarian failure. Chen S, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 
1996 May;81(5):1871-6 

eng ppl CD40 ligand by B and T cells in human 
eee ee a eee y production. 
Desai-Mehta A, et al. Clin Invest 1996 May 1; 
97(9):2063-73 

Autoantibodies to the extracellular domain of the calcium 
sensing receptor in patients with uired 
a Fe comments] Li Y, et al. 

J Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):910-4. Comment in: J Clin 
Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):899-90. 

Autoantibodies to DNA-dependent protein kinase. Probes 
for the catalytic subunit. Suwa A, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Mar 15;97(6):1417-21 

display cloning and characterization of an 
immunogenetic (perinuclear anti-neutrophil 
cytoplasmic antibody) in ulcerative colitis. Eggena M, et 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; Pp ca apt 

Human lupus anti po autoantibodies bind 
a a surface structures as _ two 

juen James JA, et 

3 Immunol 1° toe May 134 15;156(10):4018-26 

Rapid induction of autoantibodies by enous Ovarian 
antigens and activated T cells: implication in autoimmune 

and B cell tolerance. Lou YH, et al. 
May 1;156(9):3535-40 

Antibodies s an autostimulatory growth factor (IL-2) or 
its induce death of cells. Orban PC, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3334-41 

Steroid-resistant chronic urticaria associated wi 
anti-thyroid microsomal antibodies in a nine-year-old 
Dreyfus DH, et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):576-8 

pANCA and classification resistance in ulcerative colitis 
[editorial; comment] Hanauver SB. Mayo Clin Proc 1996 
May;71(5):517-8. Comment on: Mayo Clin Proc 1996 
May;71(6): as. 

Association of pen gee cytoplasmic antibodies with 
resistance to treatment of left-sided ulcerative colitis: 
— oo ae comments] Sandborn WJ, et 
al. Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):431-6. Comment in: 
Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):517-8. 


AUTOANTIGENS 


Molecular analysis of the pathological autoimmune antigens 
of Heymann nephri its (enbaeel Farquhar MG. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1331-7 (46 ref.). Comment 
on: Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1613-24. 


AUTOMOBILES 


A, 
Br J Obstet count 1996 May; 103(5):463-7 
Effective treatment anti Jo-1 antibody cory 
—— ‘ositis with cyclosporine [letter] Tellus M 
1995 Dec;34(12):1187-8 
Rd |. and clinical significance of antibodies to 
ribonuc’ ins in a lupus erythematosus in 
Malaysia. . Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb. 
35(2):129-32 


A clinicopathologic study of 233 cases with special reference 
to evaluation with the MIB-1 index. Nakamura §S, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1313-24 

Autoantibodies to the oe 
— receptor in Yr with 

4 o> [see comments] Mi Y, et al. 
J Invest 1996 Feb 15; —— Comment in: J Clin 
Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):899- 

Rapid induction of caucersibodles by endogenous ovarian 
antigens and activated T cells: im in autoimmune 
disease and B coll tc tolerance. Lou YH, et al. 
J Immunol | \.~ A 1;156(9):3535-40 

Immunization with short peptides from the a of the 
systemic lupus eryth 60-kDa Ro 


autoantigen results in anti-Ro ribonucleoprotein 
autoimmunity. Scofield RH, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
15; :156( 10):4059-66 





of wn origin. 
Krakauer J, et al. Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1486-7 


AUTOCRINE MOTILITY FACTOR 


Tumor autocrine motility factor responses are mediated 
} ne ties cell contact and focal adhesion rearrangement in 
the absence of new tyrosine phosphorylation in metastatic 
cells. Silletti S, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1649-60 


AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES 


Ovarian dermoid cyst-associated autoimmune hemolytic 
anemia: a case with emphasis on pathogenic 
mechanisms. Cobo F, et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1996 
105(5):567-71 

Long-term outcome of mothers of children with complete 

ital heart block. Press J, et al. Am J Med 1996 
3):328-32 

Autoimmune manifestations in the transforming growth 
factor-beta 1 knockout mouse. Yaswen L, et al. 1996 
Feb 15;87(4):1439-45 

Addison § disease. Brosnan CM, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038):1085-7 

jjogren'’s syndrome revisited: autoimmune epithelitis 
editorial] Moutsopoulos HM, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 
;35(3):204-6 

Identification of cardiac myosin peptides capable of inducing 
autoimmune myocarditis in BALB/c mice. Pummerer CL, 
et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2057-62 

Is idiopathic hypoparathyroidism an autoimmune disease? 
[editorial; comment] Rose NR. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15; 
97(4):899-900. Comment on: J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 
15;97(4):9 10-4. 

Regulation of cytokine production during development of 
autoimmune diabetes induced with multiple low doses of 
streptozotocin. Herold KC, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
1;156(9):3521-7 

induction of autoantibodies by endogenous ovarian 
antigens and activated T cells: implication in autoimmune 
disease end © coll tolesence. Low YH, of al 
J Immunol | May 1;156(9):3535-40 

Selective reduction of V alpha 14+ NK T cells associated 
with disease development in autoimmune-prone mice. 
Mieza MA, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):4035-40 

Immunization with short peptides from the sequence of the 
systemic lupus erythematosus—associated 60-kDa Ro 
autoantigen results in anti-Ro ribonucleoprotein 
autoimmunity. Scofield RH, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
15;156(10):4059-66 

Greatly accelerated lymphadenopathy and autoimmune 
disease in Ipr mice lacking tumor necrosis factor receptor 
I. Zhou T, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2661-5 

Molecular weights and isoelectric points of s — 
relevant to autoimmune infertility in men. Pillai S, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1928-33 

The real cause of silicone autoimmune disease [letter] Roven 
AN. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May;97(6):1307 


AUTOMOBILE DRIVING 


Crashes and violations among drivers with Alzheimer disease. 
Trobe JD, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):411-6 


AUTOMOBILES 

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
Carbon monoxide poisonings associated with 
snow-obstructed vehicle exhaust systems——-Philadelphia 
and New York City, January 1996. JAMA 1996 Feb 14; 


31 





AUTOMOBILES 


on? 

Safe transportation of premature and low birth weight infants. 
American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on Injury 
and Poison Prevention and Committee on Fetus and 
Newborn. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):758-60 


ics. C - coos ed 
. Pediatrics 1996 May.97(5)-761- -3 


AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Can serial tilt testing be used to evaluate in neurally 
mediated Morillo CA, et al. Am J 996 
2521-3 (34 ref.) 

in spectral 


Autensele sereum agement and sudden cardiac death. Barron 
a et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1053-60 (42 
) 
_ Clinical i i of the 
and Ti Assessment i 
of the American ror. Neurology. Neurology 1996 
Mar;46(3):873-80 (101 ref.) 


AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM 
DISEASES 


Transient sympathovagal Ay me triggers “ischemic” 
sudden death in patients undergoin 

Holter  Poasatl A.'et a. 3 Am Cal 
1996 Mar 15;27(4 847-52 
Consensus 


merican Academy 
#2 1996 May;46(5):1470 (1 ref.) 
AUTOPSY 
found wo in an urban 


Cneaere 4 at 
. Bernicker EH, et al. Am J Med 
eMayait (syais-20 
Enhancing autopsy performance ing. A system for 
yin bey time. Adiches D, et al. 
oom / Med 1996 ~~ 1 249-53 
need for more ex death investigation (and 
a National Office Death Investigation Affairs?) 
ro aah ae k R. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr; 
20(4):329-32 (26 ref.) 
assurance of autopsy permit form information, 
of lormance, and issuance of 
of American Pathologists —— 
from 452 institutions. Zarbo RJ 
Med 1996 —— 346-52 
——— of pre mortem diagnosis and autopsy findings 
— intensive 


1996 


it versus ward patients. 
Care Med 1996 Apr:24(4):683-6 


AWARDS AND PRIZES 


Abraham Flexner Award for Disti Service to 
Medical Education. Acad Med 1996 es THCay 152. 3 
Award. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):153 
Research in the Biomedical 
Feb;71(2):153-4 
Teacher Award for Senior Faculty in 
Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):154—-5 
Gated Guise And bead 1900 FenTunion y ii 
Sciences. Acad Med 1996 FebsT1Qy136-7 


news] 
(8): 1479-80 


AWARENESS 
Importance of Hy 5 public awareness 


Power [letter] Y 
ay; 114(5):635 


—— 


grade soft tissue sarcoma of the flexor fossae. Size rather 
tal status determine prognosis. Yang RS, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1398-405 


et al. Arch Ophthalmol 4 


[letter] Maximovich SP. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May;97(6):1304—5 
AXIS 
Management strategies for tumors of the axis vertebra. Piper 
JG, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):543-51 
AZATHIOPRINE 
Azathioprine as a_ steroid in radiation 
1996 May; 


—sparing agent 
pneumonitis. McCarty MJ, et al. Chest 
109(5):1397-400 


32 


AZITHROMYCIN 
ee -— ‘es tar amoxicillin in the treatment 


double-blind, randomized, 
trial. ‘Left BU, ca Ann Intern Med 1996 May 
1:124(9):785-91 


BACITRACIN 


bacitracin, and topical corticosteroids. 
EF. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):461, 464 (11 ref.) 


BACK PAIN 


Behavioral factors in the 
RD. Am Fam a gay & Mar(¢}1315-8 G9 ret) ref.) 


wy oy pain. Gillette 
a Am Fam Physician sihe Feb 153 eb 1:532)67006 6 683-4 (30 


) 
Recent advances in obstetrics. 
[letter] Buggy DJ. BMJ 1996 


BACLOFEN 
"Tae pute hypertonic 1 segue brain ery. 


for ia due to 
Meyihaer JM ota A et al. Arch Phys 
71(5):46 


BACTEREMIA 


idural ia in 
eb 10;31 7):379 


children with 
~ - 


i bacteremia and 
1 oe lon eo 
ist (4):79 
a amie 


~) EPR 
Escherichia coli 13 (Re chemotype) 
Neisseria Group B outer membrane — 
juces protective antibodies 
Bhattacharjee AK, et al. J Infect 1996 May. 
173(5):1157-63 
The excessive complement activation in fulminant 
meningococcal septicemia is y moo E —- by 
alternative pathway activation. Brand 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):647-55 


The of Vibrio infections in 1981-1993. 


Florida, 
Hlady WG, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1176-83 
i xide 


J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):743-6 
bacteremia: the role of tumor necrosis 

factor in shock and organ failure. Stevens DL, et al. 

J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):619-26 

Starvation and endotoxin tly 


a istically to ‘i ~ at ae 
‘ischer CP, et al. J Trauma a ge May;40(5): 


discussion 
= 10 is associated with the development of sepsis 
ree age meet may” Fac et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr; 
4044)-61 wr wr 616-7 
The spectrum septic 
and Ra. 


Feb 14;275(6):470-3 
A woman with two young children and left chest pain. Lamb 
FJ, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):870 
four patients with 
yndrome. Bird LM, et al. 
y;97(5):739-41 


and 


encephalopathy. Definitions, 
Eidelman LA, et al. JAMA 1996 


1996 


BACTERIA 


The midgut bacterial flora of wild Aedes triseriatus, Culex 
pipiens, and Psorophora columbiae Demaio J 
et al. me 3 Se ae ee pay ty “Sua 219-23 . 

as ee ae ene Se Sons anopheline species: 


the impact on es 
ln Bey = Mod ‘Hye 1 
$4(2):214-8 

Simultaneous bacteriologic assessment of bile from 
gallbladder and common bile duct in control subjects and 
patients with and common duct stones. Csendes 
A, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):389-94 

Folate synthesized bacteria in the human upper small 
intestine is assimilated by the host. Camilo E, et al. 

1996 Apr:110(4):991- -8 

Small bowel bacterial overgrowth: epiphenomenon or bad 
actor in cirrhosis? Grimm I, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 
Mar; 1 10(3):955-60 

Bacteroides fragilis enterotoxin modulates  epitheli 

ity and bacterial internalization by HT-29 

enteroc Wells CL, et al. Gastroenterology : 

110(5): 1429-37 


BACTERIA, ANAEROBIC 


Incidence of anaerobes in poner my eg 
with use of a protected specimen brush. et al. 
Am J Reopir Crit Care Maa 1996 Aprsi3¥4 Pr 1):1292-4 


BACTERIAL ADHESION 


Transferrin increases adherence of iron 
gonorrhoeae to human endometrial cells. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb, 174(2):659-66 
Effect of adhered bacteria on the of Acanthamoeba 
toh lenses. Gorlin Al, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 
Mavi ——— 
Interaction of Haemophilus influenzae with the mammalian 
extracellular matrix. Virkola R, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 
May;173(5):1137-47 


ra INFECTIONS 


of the temporal a and resolution 
of infectious spondylitis. Gillams AR, et al 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr; 166(4):903- -7 
Transplacental of recombinant human granulocyte 
colony-stimulating factor in women with an imminent 
preterm delivery. Calhoun DA, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1306-11 
Single or multiple daily doses of aminoglycosides: a 
meta-analysis. Barza M, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 10. 
3127027). 338-45 
Lower genital tract swabs in the prediction of intrauterine 
infection in preterm prelabour rupture of the membranes. 
Carroll SG, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Jan; 
103(1):54-9 
Granulocyte-macrophage-colony stimulating factor for 
and infections in children - 


study. Burdach SE, et al. Cancer 1995 ins 
176(3)310-6 
A comparison of aztreonam plus vancomycin and imipenem 
plus vancomycin as initial therapy for febrile neu 
cancer et al. Cancer 


Perioperative plasma concentrations of tumor necrosis 
factor-al and interleukin-6 in infected patients. Tang 
. Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):423-8 


1996 May;127(5):416-7. Comment on: J 
1996 May;127(5):428-34. 
uation of a polymerized lobin solution in 
model 


see commen JA 
Clin Med 1996 May; 127(5): og nto 
¢ Med 1996 May;127(5):416-7. 
A 1. iologically positive 
entriculoperi' shunt components in the absence of 
Ge aS 6 Steinbok P, et al. 
Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):617-23 
Emerging bacterial zoonotic and vector-borne diseases. 
i epidemiological factors. Walker DH, et al. 
JAMA 1996 Feb 14;275(6):463-9 (92 ref.) 

Chronic demyeli yneuropathy: Improvement after 
sepsis. Ropper AH. 1996 Mar;46(3):848-50 
Infe in child an update on 

noc PM, et al. 
North Am 1996 Apr;43(2):391-407 (114 ref.) 
toxins and 


Jr. 
Am 1996 Apr;43(2):333-53 (78 ref.) 


BACTERIAL OUTER MEMBRANE 
PROTEINS 


A noncovalent complex vaccine prepared with detoxified 
Escherichia coli J5 (Re chemotype) lipopolysaccharide and 
Neisseria meningitidis Group B outer membrane protein 

uces- caeuaae antibodies — 
— emia. Bhattacharjee AK, et al int a -negaive Mey, 
13) 1137-63 

Immunogenicity of 
vaccine in infants. A: 
128(5 Pt 1):649-53 


BACTERIAL PROTEINS 
Analysis and ultrastructural localization of Ehrlichia 
chaffeensis ins with monoclonal antibodies. Chen SM, 
et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):405-12 
Brucella 1 release a specific, protease-sensitive, 
— of TNF-alpha expression, active on human 
like cells. Caron E, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 


1S 156(8):2885-93 
Streptococcal M protein peptide with similarity to myosin 
induces cp4, TT T_ cell-dependent myocarditis 
MRL/+-+ mice and induces ial tolerance against 
coxsakieviral myocarditis. Huber SA, et al. J Immunol 1996 
May 1;156(9):3528-34 

The interrelationship between cytotoxin-associated gene A 
——, cytotoxin, and Helicobacter pylori-related 

eel JF, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 

17(5):1171-5 


BACTERIAL TOXINS 


Comparison of the effects of Shiga-like toxin | on cytokine- 
and butyrate-treated human umbilical and saphenous vein 
endothelial cells. Keusch GT, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
173(5):1164-70 





valent pneumococcal conjugate 
EL, et al. J Pediatr 1996 May 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Mechanisms for mucosal immunogenicity and adjuvancy of 
Escherichia coli labile enterotoxin. Takahashi Lea if 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar; Ne amet 
Secretory diarrhea in children: new paegtens toxins and 
tumors, Udall” INS 
‘am 1% 1996 ‘Apr.43(2)-333-53 (78 ref.) 


BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION 
Microbial translocation in neonates and infants receiving 


—— parenteral nutrition. Pierro A, et al. 
Surg 1996 Feb;131(2):176-9 


BACTERIAL VACCINES 


pn a a ey ly pnp | ttl 
of macrophages. Song F, et al. J Immunol 1996 


expression 
Apr 15;156(8):2979-84 
A noncovalent it complex vaccine prepared with detoxified 
Escherichia coh J3 (Re chemtype) lipopolysaccharide and 
Neisseria meningitidis Group B outer membrane protein 
produces protective antibodies “gain 
bacteremia. Bhattacharjee AK, et al gameatv 
Ae 1157-63 
A flagella-less mutant of Borrelia bur; 
attenuated vaccine in the murine of Lyme disease. 
Sadiiene A, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1184~-93 
Pneumococcal vaccine in human immunodeficiency 
virus-infected ts 1 Swiatlo E, et al. 
J Infect Dis | Mar; 173(3):777- 8 
Safety and aera ao of a serogroups A/C Neisseria 


P conjugate vaccine in 
young Phildren A randomized controlled trial. 
JM, et al. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1499-503 
BACTERIOPHAGE M13 
Phage display —- and 
ee 
cytoplasmic antibod 
al. J Immunol 1996 i 15; 156(10)-0008-11 
BACTEROIDES FRAGILIS 
——-* ae enterotoxin modulates epithelial 
bacterial internalization by HT-29 
eevee We CL et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May; 
110(5):1429-37 


BALLOON DILATATION 


Pediatr Clin 


eri as a live 








of wire. Therasse 
AJR Am J een = 1996 Apr; 16644) 985-7 
ive stenosis by bal 


tan of critical pulmonary val 
dilatation in the neonate. Gildein HP, et al 
Am Heart J 1996 May. May;131(5): 1007-11 
Delayed improvement in skeletal muscle metabolism and 
exercise Capacity in patients with mitral stenosis following 
immediate hemodynamic amelioration by percutaneous 
transvenous mitral commissurotomy. Yasu T, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1.77(7)-492- 7 
Accommodation in primate eyes after implantation of refilled 
balloon. Sakka Y, et al. Am J Ophthalmol 
1996 Feb;121(2):210-2 


Massive hemoptysis successfully treated by modified 
bronc balloon technique. Kato R, et 
al. Chest 1 Mar; 109(3):842-3 

Midterm results of balloon dilation of congenital aortic 
stenosis: of success. Moore P, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1257-63 

direct carotid 


J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):400-4 


BAND 3 PROTEIN 


Human red blood cell Wright antigens: a genetic and 
evolutionary perspective on glycophorin yyo* 3 

interaction. Huang CH, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3942-7 


Defective anion transport and marked spheroc 
membrane instability caused hereditary total deficiency 
of red cell band 3 in cattle to a nonsense mutation. 

Inaba M, et al. J Clin Invest ‘1996 Apr 15;97(8):1804-17 


BANDAGES 


Blood-flow ye cape of intermittent pneumatic 
comp’ used for prevention of deep vein 
throm or to surgery. Flam E, et al. Am J Surg 1996 
Mant 71): 12-5 


A clinical trial of wound closure by constant tension 
mut ximation. Ger R, et al. Am J Surg 1996 Mar; 
ING}331-4 


emodynamic and fibrinolytic consequences of intermittent 
on ea results. Jacobs DG, 
et al. J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):710-16; discussion 716-7 
aa dressing for skin graft with hydrocolloid and staples 
io et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 


'ytosis 





BARIUM COMPOUNDS 


Factors affecting production of A from the 
interaction of sevoflurane with lyme and soda lime. 
Fang ZX, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):775-81 


BARIUM SULFATE 

Defending mal; ice actions involving bari enema 
examinations Fetter) Naidich YB. et al. = 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):723-4 


BAROREFLEX 
Fundamental relations between short-term RR interval and 
a ee oscillations in humans. Taylor JA, et al. 
1996 Apr 15; 938). 1527-32 
Chronic hypertension and altered baroreflex 


Feb 15;97(4):1047- 


BAROTRAUMA 


Recreational scuba diving injuries. Clenney TL, et al. 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5): 1761-7 -74 (17 Sef) 


BARTONELLA 


Etio! of cat-scratch disease [letter] Bedkowski SM. 
Am Fam Physician 1996 May 1;53(6):1994 


BARTONELLA HENSELAE 
MR imaging of the knee: findings in cat-scratch disease 
] Mele FM, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May; 
166(5):1232-3 
ee ee SS ee ee eee 
cat-scratch disease. Drancourt M, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 
17;347(8999): 441-3 


BASAL CELL NEVUS SYNDROME 


Epilepsy in the nevoid basal-cell carcinoma syndrome 
(Gorlin syndrome): - reg ps 4 


canoe Hogan RE, et Neurology 1996 Feb; 
BASAL GANGLIA 


The basal at et al. 
Brain toe Bess. CBeysis-40 (os. (105 ref. 
intoxication in te B a clinical, 
imeene pathologic, and enhouna study. Olanow CW, 
et al. Neurology 1996 Febsa6(2)452-8 


BASAL GANGLIA DISEASES 


Fluoxetine and extrapyramidal side effects [letter] Fishbain 
DA. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):449 
in cortical-basal 


Massman PS, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):720-6 


BASAL METABOLISM 


Effect of age on body water and restin 
F wa NK, et al. J Gerontol A Biol 
1(2):M71-3 
Measuring resting energy expenditure in pediatrics 
Salas-Salvad6 ‘. et a J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):587 


metabolic rate. 
Med Sci 1996 


BASIDIOMYCETES 


Staphylococcal food poisoning caused by imported canned 
mushrooms. Levine WC, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
173{5):1263-7 


BASILAR ARTERY 


Endovascular treatment of basilar tip aneurysms using 
ytically detachable coils. McDougall CG, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):393-9 


BASOPHILS 


Human basophil/mast cell releasability. XI. H ity 
of the effects of contrast media on mediator release. Stellato 
C, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):838-50 


BATTERED WOMEN 
Pragueney outcomes and health care use: effects of abuse. 
ebster J, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):760-7 
Health status by 
[see ee as 
Apr; 1 10(4):999-1007. Comment in: Gastroenterology 1996 


Apr; 110(4):1301-4. 

Abuse and functional gastrointestinal disorders: what is the 
link and should we care? [editorial; comment] Talley NJ, 
et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1301-4. Comment 

on: Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):999-1007. 


dose 


percutaneous BCG 1996 

Apr 20;312(7037):1014 

The effect ot ransom vatity, of tac 
Calmette-Guerin for intravesical immunotherapy against 
bladder carcinoma. Béhle A, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):1892-6 

—a 


pene management for stage T1 NOMO 

cell carcinoma of the rgd see comments] 

Zhang GK, ot J Urol 1996 Jun; 155(6):1907-9. Comment 
rol 1996 Jun;155(6):1910-1. 


BEDDING AND LINENS 


opens Cormteion & Seat elem donee 
mattress and floor dust samples in ty. Puerta 
L, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 eb 97(29-689-91 


BEE VENOMS 
Aller in H 
venom allergy and eflerge 
J Allergy Clin 
BEES 
Hymenoptera sting challenge of 348 ae relation to 
subsequent field stings. van Halteren HK, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1058-63 
BEHAVIOR 


Behavioral factors in the 
RD. Am Fam Physician 


venom. XXVII: bumblebee 
gens. Hoffman DR, et al. 
Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):812-21 


of back pain. Gillette 
Mar; "53(4), 1314-8 (29 ref.) 


BEHAVIOR THERAPY 


NIH releases statement on ———— and relaxation 
approaches for chronic pain and insomnia. 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1877-8, 1880 
Perceived benefits in a behavioral-medicine insomnia 
program: a clinical report. Jacobs GD, et al. 
Am J Med 1996 Feb;100(2):212-6 
—— update on the psychosocial treatment of 
norte. Penn DL, ot of 1 ‘Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 
153(5):607- 17 (89 ref.) 


Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Feb; ;53(2): 109-13 

Sustained cocaine maintenance 
patients through voucher based reinforcement therapy. 
Silverman K, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 May; 
53(5):409-15 

What is adequate and approp eee Fine ae [letter] 
Brenner SR. JAMA 1996 ae 1;275(17):1310; discussion 
1311 


BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 


Managed care may feature behavioral medicine [news] 
Marwick C. JAMA 1996 Apr 17;275(15):1144-6 


BEHCET’S SYNDROME 


Color Doppler sonography of pay disease ie the 
eye [letter] Munk PL. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr; 
166(4):989-90 

Successful treatment of Behcet disease with pentoxifylline. 
Yasui K, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):891-3 

Endothelin-1 expression in serum and bronchoalveolar 
lavage from patients with active Behcet's disease. 
Hamzaoui A, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Apr;35(4):357-8 

The ten-year mortality in Behcet's syndrome. Yazici H, et 
al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb39(2)-139-41 

Role of gamma delta T cells in pathogenesis and diagnosis 
of Behcet's disease. Hasan A, et al. 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):789-94 

—— in clinical medicine. Hypopyon. Soloway S, et al. 

N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1512 


BENZAMIDES 


Simultaneous inhibition of catechol-O-methyltransferase and 
monoamine oxidase A: effects on hemodynamics and 
catecholamine metabolism in healthy volunteers. Illi A, et 
al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):450-7 

Three suicide attempts with moclobemide. Iwersen S, et al. 
A. Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):223-5 

fa’ tic cholestasis 


tal intrahepa 
_ Dollow S. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1268-9 
Hypertension with moclobemide [letter] Laux G, et al. 
Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1330 
Severe adverse reaction to moclobemide [letter] O Kane GM, 
et al. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1329-30 








Zatebradine and exercise tolerance [letter] Boudoulas 
al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):951-2 
BENZIMIDAZOLES 
Effective, single-dose treatment or ine cysticercosis with 
cafendansin, Genssies Al, @t a Am 2 trap bled live 
1996 Apr;54(4):391-4 


relapse of acute prom 
leukemia with a new synthetic retinoid, “assed Tekechins 
A, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10)-893-6 
AMS580, a stable benzoic derivative of 
powerful and selective cyto-diff iati 


Fed 15;87(4):1520-31 
BENZTROPINE 


Treatment of c induced 


gland swelling 
. et al. Am 


j Psychiatry 1996 Mar; 
tihistaminics in idiopathic dystonia [letter] Lang AE. 
Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):405 
BEREAVEMENT 


The Melbourne Family Grief Study, II: i 
idity and grief in bereaved families. Kissane DW, et 
1996 poy; “44. 659-66 

The Melbourne Family Grief Study, I: Perceptions of family 
yy - in bereavement. Sito Dw, et al. 
J Psychiatry 1996 May; i 

death ] Goertzen J. Can Med Assoc J 1996 
Apr 15;154(8):1144 


BERNARD-SOULIER SYNDROME 

Biosynthetic defect in platelet glycoprotein [X mutants 
associated -Soulier syndrome. Sae-Tung G, 
et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1361-7 

BERYLLIUM 

Tumor necrosis factor alpha expression in human 
monocytic THP-1 cells exposed to beryllium. Galbraith 

, Environ Health 1996 Jan-Feb;51(1):29-33 

BETA-ENDORPHIN 

Enhanced sensitivity of pituitary beta-endorphin to ethanol 
in subjects at high wick of of alcoholism. Gianoulakis C, et 
al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):250-7 

BETA-GALACTOSIDASE 


Transgene expression in fend rhesus cervix mediated by an 
adenovirus expressing . Mitchell MF, et 
al. Am J Obstet Greece! I Apr;174(4): 1094-101 


BETA 2-MICROGLOBULIN 


oe ay of CD8 alpha alpha+ intestinal in thelial 
T cel beta Z-microglobulin- and/or TAPI deficient 
mice. Fujiura Y, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
136(8)-2710-5 


BETA-THALASSEMIA 
ee embryonic survival of 
and beta-thalassaemia 
May 4;347(9010):1269 
BETAINE 


Identification of betaine as an 
macrophages (Ku 
Gastroenterology 


conceptuses with sickle-cell 
traits? [letter] Hook EB. Lancet 1996 


osmolyte in rat liver 
fer cells). Zhang F, et al. 
996 May;110(5):1543-52 


BETAMETHASONE 


ey of the fetal adrenal, cholesterol, and an ag rey 
B responses to antenatal betamethasone t Parker 
CR Jr, et al. a. Am 3 Obstet Groce 1996 Feb 42):562- 5 
anaphylaxis [letter] Machiels 
JP, et al. Ann y-4 ay Med 1996 $96 May, 27(5):674-5 

Nonoperative treatment of plantar interdigital neuroma with 

a single corticosteroid injection. Rasmussen MR, et al. 
Clin Orthop 1996 May;(326):188-93 


BEVERAGES 
Grapefruit alters terfenadine pharmacokinetics, 
resulting ca ee “> emo on the 
electrocardiogram. Benton RE, et 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; Sua: 383-8 
BEZAFIBRATE 

ic assessment of a of ay on 


progression of artery disease 
patients. Ericsson CG, et al. Lancet Lancet 1986 Mar 
¢347(9005):849-53 


BIAS (EPIDEMIOLOGY) 

The importance of quality of primary studies in producing 
unbiased systematic reviews. Khan KS, et al. 

Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):661-6 


BIBLIOGRAPHY 


citations and the quality of randomized 
con pp he anne 
et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol | 


BIBLIOMETRICS 
Simple steps for es +" hanna” studies in 
1 . Obuchowski NA, et al 
J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 166(3):517- 21 


Apr;174(4):1312-5 


J Nurs Adm 1996 May;26(5):9-14 (li ref.) 


BICARBONATES 


Activated charcoal and salicylate [letter] Cienki J, et al. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Mary 21(5):672- 
High systemic HCOX-) and topical 16,16-dimethyl-PGE2 
gastric mucosa against luminal acid by 
its preepithelial buffer capacity. Reste-Keuutiila T, et 
Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3): 492- a 
Duodenal : 


Mar, 1 10(3):947- 50. 
Adaptation of rabbit cortical 
transport to metabolic acidosis in 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4): 1076-84 


BICUCULLINE 


Involvement of glutamate 
bicuculline-induced allodynia in conscious mice. 
et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1215-22 


BIGUANIDES 


Simultaneous measurement of proguanil and its metabolites 
reversed-phase 
y, and its 
to genetically 


S-mephen ylati status. 
Kusaka M, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 
54(2):189-96 


BILE 


Simultaneous bacteriologic assessment of bile from 
gallbladder and common bile duct in control subjects and 
patients with gallstones and common duct stones. Csendes 
A, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):389-94 

Ursodeoxycholic acid reduces protein levels and 
nucleation- activity in human bile. 
Van Erpecum KJ, et al. 

110(4):1225-37 


BILE ACIDS AND SALTS 
Gal nens pone Get eee 
the guinea pig. Amelsberg A, et al. Gastroenterology 
1996 Apr; 1 10(4): 1098-106 
Hepatolithiasis and cholesterol and bile acid metabolism 
Cetta F, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 
110(3):963-5 
Cho! 


lesterol, fibre, and bile acids. Spiller RC. Lancet 1996 
Feb 17;347(8999):415-6 


BILE DUCT NEOPLASMS 
een of resected extraductal 
mass-forming in 


cholangiocarcinoma. Y: 
N, et al. Cancer 199 Dec 15;76(12):2449-56 


Somatostatin receptor imaging in c 
Jamar F, et al. 

Extrahepatic bile duct carcinoma: US 
accuracy in demonstration of tumors. 
Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):869-73 


in strychnine- and 
mice. Onaka M, 


[letter] 
May; 1 10(5):1675-6 
characteristics and 
. Robledo R, et al. 


BILE DUCT OBSTRUCTION, 


Struct: 
after in 


a comments] 
y; 1 10(5): 1564-78. Comment in: Gastroenterology 1996 
May; 110(5):1662-S. 


BILE DUCTS 


Bile duct injuries, 1989-1993. A statewide ex 
Connecticut Cholecystectomy Registry 
Russell JC, et al. Arch 1996 Apr;131(4):382-8 

a ee ees i 
epithelium in patients with 

a» 4, ag! =< Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Supple 952-7 1752-7 
iver damage in rat induces hepatocyte stem cells from 
biliary cells [see comments] Alison MR, et al. 

1996 Apr;110(4):1182-90. Comment in: 
Gastroen 1996 Apr;110(4):1311-3. 

Early mucosal c’ of the in patients with 

anomalous 


t of the pancreaticobiliary duct 
Tokiwa K, ad Guaammaey 1996 May; 1 10(5):1614-8 


BILE DUCTS, EXTRAHEPATIC 


Extrahepatic bile duct carcinoma: US c’ and 
accuracy in demonstration of tumors. Robledo R, et al. 
1996 Mar-198(3):369-73 


BILE DUCTS, INTRAHEPATIC 
Blast-like cell compartment carcinogen 
proliferating bile ductules. Novikoff PM, et al. 
Am J ~ 1996 oalten 148(5):1473-92 i 

_ Tesec’ 


-induced 


extraductal 
me Yamanaka 


N, et al. Cancer 1998 199 Dec 15;76(12):2449-56 
M and functional 


pce ae hy ap from ey rat liver. Alpi 
1996 May;110(5): oe 
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] Cetta F, et al. nae 
110(3):963-5 
Somatostatin receptor imaging in c ‘cinoma [letter] 
Jamar F, et al. Gastroenterology | May, 110(5):1675-6 
Preoperative intrahepatic segmental cholangitis in patients 
with advanced carcinoma involving the hepatic hilus. 
Kanai M, et al. Surgery 1996 ay pe emmy 
with situs inversus: first case report. Sato M, 
et al. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):598-600 


BILIARY ATRESIA 


Long-term results with the Kasai ion for biliary atresia. 
Karrer FM, et al. Arch Surg 1996 May;131(5):493-6 


BILIARY TRACT 


ne ee nes aes 
epithelium in patients with pancreaticobiliary malj 
Matsubara T, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 S 


BILIARY TRACT DISEASES 


Heart transplantation is associated with an increased risk for 
pancreaticobiliary disease. Vega KJ, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1s 24(11)-980-3 

Biliary symptoms and complications more than 8 after 

sphincterotomy for choledocholithiasis. Prat F, 

et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):894-9 


BILIARY TRACT NEOPLASMS 
K-ras point mutations in cancerous and noncancerous biliary 
epithelium in patients with pancreaticobiliary maljunction. 
Matsubara T, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1752-7 
BILIARY TRACT SURGERY 
Risks of ey y= gastrointesti 
Arch Surg 1996 Apr.131(4):372-6 
BILIOPANCREATIC acy ved 
Biliopancreatic diversion for obesity at ei 
Scopinaro N, et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3) 
BILIRUBIN 
Conjugated bilirubin in neonates with glucose-6— 


neh wee y. Kaplan M, et al. J Pediatr 1996 
May;128(5 Pt 1):695-7 


BINDING SITES, ANTIBODY 


Comparison of ae - oan among 
nonammoniated latex, ammoniated latex, and latex glove 
allergenic extracts by ELISA and immunoblot inhibition. 
Akasawa A, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May; 
97(5):1116-20 


ity of 
i G, et al. 


metabolism 
1996 Mar; 


junction. 
):1752-7 


i261 3” 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





A triallelic Fe gamma receptor type IIIA polymorphism 
influences the binding of human IgG by NK cell Fc gamma 
RIilla. de Haas M, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):3948-55 

Human lupus anti-spliceosome A protein autoantibodies bind 
contiguous surface structures and segregate into two 

uential epitope binding patterns. James JA, et al. 
1996 May 131 156(10):4018-26 


BIOGRAPHY 


Editing may ruin an obituary [letter] Lahiri A. BMJ 1996 
Apr 13;312(7036):979 


BIOLOGICAL ASSAY 


Development of in vitro biocompatibility assays for surgical 
material. Charissoux JL, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 May; 
(326):259-69 


BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS 


Potential transmission of BSE via medicinal products 
[editorial] Wickham EA. BMJ 1996 Apr 20; 
312(7037):988-9 

Is safe always safe? Pooled plasma derivatives and viral 
hepatitis [editorial; comment] Mosley JW. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;i10(4):1307-10. Comment on: 

Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1120-6. 


BIOLOGICAL RESPONSE MODIFIERS 


Preclinical and clinical evaluation of 5-fluorouracil 
biochemical modulation with folinic acid and hydroxyurea 
for patients with colorectal carcinoma. Matei D, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1330-5 

mt binding and internalization of a water-soluble 

(1-->3)-beta- _D- glucan biologic response modifier in two 
monocyte/macrophage cell lines. Miiller A, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3418-25 


BIOMECHANICS 


Biomechanical epidemiology: a new approach to injury 
control research. Winston FK, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 
40(5):820-4 (32 ref.) 


BIOMETRY 


Adjusting for multiple testing when reporting research 
results: the Bonferroni vs Holm methods [see comments] 
Aickin M, et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May;86(5):726-8 
. Comment in: Am J Public Health 1996 May;86(5):628-9. 

On the Holm, Simes, and Hochberg multiple test procedures 
[comment] Levin B. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):628-9. Comment on: Am J Public Health 1996 
May;86(5):726-8. 


BIOPHYSICS 


Medical physics. Huda W, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):941-9 


BIOPOLYMERS 


Safety evaluation of a polymerized hemoglobin solution in 
a murine infection model [see comments] Langermans JA, 
et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 May;127(5):428-34. Comment 
in: J Lab Clin Med 1996 May;127(5):416-7. 


BIOPROSTHESIS 


Ovine pericardium: a new material for duraplasty. Pafizek 
J, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):508-13 


BIOPSY 


Cell type accuracy of bronchial biopsy specimens in primary 
lung cancer [see comments] Cataluna JJ, et al. Chest 1996 
May; 109(5):1199-203. Comment in: Chest 1996 
May; 109(5):1138-9. 

Treatment of Langerhans-cell histiocytosis in children. 
Experience at the Children’s Hospital of Nancy [letter] 

Davids JR. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Mar;78(3):472 


BIOPSY, NEEDLE 


Diagnosis of non-Hodgkin 's lymphoma using flow cytometry 
[letter] Brown DB, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 
166(3):727-8 

Stereotaxic large-core gp after failed aed excision. 
DiPiro PJ, et al. AJR J Roentgenol 1996 May; 
166(5):1192-3 

Gantry an tion in CT- — percutaneous adrenal 
biopsy. Hussain S. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 

166(3):537-9 

hic evaluation of acute pancreatic transplant 
rejection: morphology-Doppler analysis versus guided 
ore biopsy. Wong JJ, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):803-7 

Results of needle localized breast in women under 
age 50. Lein BC, et al. Am J Surg 1996 Mar;171(3):356-9 

The effect of anesthesia type on needle localization breast 
biopsy: another point of view. Papa MZ, et al. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


Am J Surg 1996 Feb;171(2):242-3 
The effect of directed biopsy on the atypical cervical 
transformation zone: assessed by digital imaging 
col Chenoy R, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 


poscopy. 
May;103(5):457-62 
Mediastinal 


needle biopsy. A 15-year ex: with 139 
cases. Zafar N, et al. aA 1995 a, 4 15.7606 1065-8 


The role of eo predicting 
needle biopsy. Vitulo P. et al. 


pneumothorax duri 
Chest 1996 — bel 

Discordance tumor for bronchial biopsies 
[editorial; ee Vollmer RT. Chest 1996 May; 
109(5):1138-9. Comment on: Chest 1996 May; 109(5):1199. 

Transthoracic needle biopsy with a ly placed 
20-gauge ae cutting needle: results in 122 patients 
Klein JS, et al 1996 Mar;198(3):715-20 

Stereotaxic core needle biopsy — a 
correlation of target ea diagnosis with lesion 
size. Mainiero MB, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):665-9 

Percutaneous transhepatic 4 biopsy with tract 
embolization. Smith TP, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):769-74 

Regional metastasis in head and neck squamous cell 
carcinoma: revised value of US with US-gui FNAB. 
Takes RP, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):819-23 


BIOPTERIN 


Serum neopterin, interleukin-4, and interleukin-6 
concentrations in cerebral malaria patients and the effect 
of iron chelation therapy. Thuma PE, et al. 

Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb;54(2):164-8 


BIPHENYL COMPOUNDS 


The subtype-2 (AT2) angiotensin 
cyclic guanosine 3', 5‘-monop 
receptor-mediated ated Se 
conscious rats [see comments] Siragy 
J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1978- 
Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1787. 

Reversible ageusia associated with | ] Schlienger 

G, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):471-2 


BIPOLAR DISORDER 


Risperidone treatment of a psychotic adolescent [letter] 
Dicker R, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):441-2 

Trends in pharmacotherapy of Schizoaffective and bipolar 
affective disorders: a 5-year naturalistic study. Fenn HH, 
et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):711-3 

Porphyria cutanea tarda associated with 
vsionee Sane Leo RJ, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar. 
153(3) 

Suicidehity ~ a patients with mixed and manic bipolar 
disorder. Strakowski SM, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 
153(5):674-6 

Treatment of dysphoric mania with nefazodone [letter] 
Worthington JJ 3rd, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 
153(5):732-3 


BIRD FANCIER’S LUNG 


Arthritis and hyper purpura in 
hypersensitivity pasemouisis. — HM, et al. 
Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):478-9 


BIRTH CERTIFICATES 


The surveillance of birth defects: the usefulness of the revised 
US standard birth certificate. Watkins ML, et al. 
Am J Public Health 1996 May;86(5):731-4 


BIRTH INJURIES 


The expert witness [letter] Iffy L. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 
Dec; 173(6): 1898-9 


BIRTH WEIGHT 


Naturally occurring insulin autoantibodies in neonates of 
no pregnancies and their relationship to insulinemia 
and birth weight. Wellik SR, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1878-84 

Prenatal nutrition counseling: two caveats [letter] Ellison GT, 
et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May;96(5):448-50 

Cesarean delivery in relation to birth weight and gestational 
glucose tolerance: pathophysiology or practice style? 
Toronto Trihospital Gestational Diabetes Investigators [see 
comments] Naylor CD, et al. JAMA 1996 Apr 17; 
275(15):1165-70. Comment in: JAMA 1996 Apr 
17;275(15):1199-200. 

Birth weight-specific mortality for extremely low birth 
weight infants vanishes by four days of life: wv 
and ethics in the neonatal intensive care unit 
et al. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):636-43 


BISOPROLOL 


Effects of bisoprolol on heart rate variability in heart failure 
Pousset F, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):612- 7 


regulates renal 
te and ATI 
production in 
y HM, et al. 
82. Comment in: J 





BLADDER DISEASES 
mere Fs STINGS 
itch. MacSween 


BMS 1996 Apr 13.312(7036) 

SM. at et 1996 yrs 13;312(7036):957-8 

Big cat attack: a case study. Wiens MB, et al. J Trauma 1996 
May;40(5):829-31 


BLACK WIDOW robe 


Efficacy of widow enin{letter] Pearl JM. 
Ann Emerg Med | Feb, 270): 273 


BLACKS 


Relevance of race or ethnic group in case reports [letter] 
Mosby JA. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1530 

Decreased insulin-mediated but not non-insulin-dependent 

disposal rates in glucose intolerance and type by 

diabetes in African (Ghanaian) immigrants. Osei K, et al 
Am J Med Sei 1996 Mar;311(3):113-21 

Psychiatric disorders in African American nursing home 
rede, ts. Class CA, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 

77-81 

Trends in US urban black infant mortality, by degree of 
residential segregation. Polednak AP. 
Am J Public Health 1996 May; “aa ny 

Breast cancer in black women. Moormeier J 
Ann Intern Med 1996 “May 1 15; ;124(10):897- 905 (98 ref.) 

Adverse 5-year outcome after coronary artery bypass 
surgery in blacks. Gray RJ, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 
Apr 8;156(7):769-73 

Cancer statistics for African Americans, 1996. Wingo PA, 
et al. CA Cancer J Clin 1996 Mar-Apr;46(2):113-25 

Passive smoking in children. Racial differences in systemic 
exposure to cotinine by hair and urine analysis. Knight JM, 
et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):446-50 

Minorities in medicine: the Flexner Report [letter] Hasbrouck 
LM. JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1547-8 

The role of black and Hispanic physicians in providing health 
care for underserved [see comments] 
Komaromy M, et 6 ee et hens ae 16; 
334(20): 1305- 10. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996 May 
16;334(20):1327-8. 

Diversity in medicine [editorial; comment] Steinbrook R. 
N Engi J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1327-8. Comment on: 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1305-10. 


BLADDER 


Voiding cystourethrography in boys: the presence of the 
catheter does not obscure the diagnosis of posterior urethral 
valves but prevents estimation of the adequacy of 
transurethral fulguration [letter] Lebowitz RL. 

AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):724-5 

Voiding cystourethrography in female stress incontinence. 
Pelsang RE, et al. AJR Am J 1996 Mar; 
166(3):561-5 

Ambulatory monitoring and conventional cystometry in 
asymptomatic —_— volunteers [see comments] Heslington 
K, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):434-41. 
Comment in: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):xxi. 

Internal fixation in pelvic fractures and primary repairs of 
associated genitourinary disruptions: a team approach. 
Routt ML, et al. J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):784-90 

Argon laser induced autofluorescence may distinguish 
between normal and tumor human urothelial cells: a 
microspectrofluorimetric study. Anidjar M, et al. 

J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1771-4 

Biodistribution of protoporphyrin IX in rat urinary bladder 
after intravesical instillation of 5-aminolevulinic acid. 
Chang SC, et al. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1744-8 

Photodynamic therapy on rat urinary bladder 
intravesical instillation of 5-aminolevulinic acid: 
diffusion and histological changes. Chang SC, et al. 
J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1749-53 

Effects of nitric oxide on detrusor relaxation. Chung BH, 
et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2090-3 

Regenerative urinary bladder augmentation using small 
intestinal submucosa: urodynamic and histopathologic 
assessment in long-term canine bladder augmentations. 
Kropp BP, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2098-104 

A new method for laparoscopic access to the space of Retzius 
during retropubic cystourethropexy. Nezhat CH, et al. 

J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1916-8 

Experience with ileal augmentation cystoplasty using a short 
pfannenstiel incision. Redman !F, et al. J Urol 1996 May; 
155(5):1726-7 

Video cystometric recording of dilating reflux in infancy. 
Sillen U, et al. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1711-5 

RE: Combined use of bowel and the artificial urinary 
sphincter in reconstruction of the lower urinary tract: 
infectious complications [letter] Singh G, et al. J Urol 1996 
May;155(5):1704 

Detrusor contractility and compliance characteristics in adult 
male patients with obstructive and nonobstructive voiding 
dysfunction [see comments] Sullivan MP, et al. J Urol 1996 
Jun;155(6):1995-2000. Comment in: J Urol 1996 
Jun; 155(6):2012-3. 


BLADDER DISEASES 


Metastatic umbilical transitional cell carcinoma from a 
bladder diverticulum. Rajan N, et al. J Urol 1996 May; 


with 
light 


35 








BLADDER DISEASES 
155(5):1700 
BLADDER FISTULA 


in a woman with a vesico-uterine fistula 
ing lower segment caesarean section. Allenby K, et 
al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Jan;103(1):87-9 


BLADDER NECK OBSTRUCTION 
Clinical diagnosis of bladder outlet obstruction in patients 
with eign protic nararmen nd lowe una) 


lynamic validation of a 
prostate score for the objective of bladder 

outlet obstruction. Rosier PF, et al. J 

155(5):1649-54 — 


rol 1996 May; 
tee nee yt nets med 7 
male patients with obstructive and nonobstructive 
dysfunction ce comments} Sullivan MP, et al. J Urol 
Jun; 155(6):1 2000. Comment in: J Urol 196 
Jun; 155(6):2012-3. 
The value of 


a urodynamic 
Jun; 155(6):2014-8 
The use of a removable stent in patients with 
and obstruction. Yachia D, et al. J 
155(6):1956-8 


BLADDER NEOPLASMS 
ABC of Urology. Urological we ow Urothelial 
tumours. Dawson et al. 


Cc, 1996 Apr 27; 
ae npg) (© ref.) 
Bladder cancer, 1996. Lamm DL, et al. 

CA Cancer J Cie 1996 Mar-Apr 46(2)93-112 a ref.) 
Radical cystectomy for high risk patients with 

bladder cancer in the era of orthotopic. 
Freeman JA, et al. Gaon 1995 ‘Sep 


rol 1996 Jun; 


reconstruction. 
76(5):833-9 
Nuclear of the 


for improved i 
i Fukuzawa S, et 


! human bladder carcinoma. 
Vy 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1790-6 
, ‘ °° canted A 





— r 


bladder cancer patients. A randomized 
Petrioli R, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):344-S1 
Platinum analogue combination chemotherapy: 

and methotrenate in patients with metastatic 


carboplatin, 

pn ey bg trial with evaluation 
15:56(10) 1797-803 L, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 
1 


'6( 10): 1797-803 
t metastasis from bilharzial cancer. Zaghloul 
MS. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):743-9 
Primary cisplatin, methotrexate and vinblastine aiming at 
bladder preservation in invasive bladder cancer: 
multivariate analysis on prognostic factors = comments] 
Angulo JC, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1897-902. 
Comment in: J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1910-1. 
Argon laser induced autofluorescence may di 
between normal and tumor human urothelial 
J Urol 1996 May; 155(5): 1771-4 
ee Se epeene Wi 2 Sp eneee 
and a low rate [see comments] Benson MC, 
et al. J Urol | - — Comment in: J Urol 
° ): 


uish 
: a 





in bladder 
un; 155(6):1887-91 
bricants on viability of bacillus 
Calmette-Guerin for intravesical imm 


bladder Bohle A, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):1892-6 


Bladder squamous cell carcinomas express iasin and 
externalize it to the urine. Celis JE, et al. Ml J Urol 1996 Jun; 

155(6):2105-12 
tally Rang ng 


1556) 207 


Relationship of p53 and bcl-2 to is in muscle-invasive 
transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. Glick SH, et 

al. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1754-7 
Influence of patient age and co-morbidity on outcome of 
a collaborative care pathway after radical eeeny 
996 May 


and teeny. Koch MO, et al. J 
155(5):1681-4 


Five-year followup of a prospective trial of radical 
cystectomy and neoadjuvant chemotherapy: Nordic 
Cystectomy an I. The Nordic Cooperative . we 
Cancer Stud jai A mee comments] Malmstrém PU, 
al. J Urol 1996 Jun: 6):1903-6. Comment in: J Urol 1996 
Jun; 155(6):1910-1. 

Metastatic ili 


as markers for bladder 
OM, et al J Urol 1996 Jun; 


transitional cell carcinoma from a 
bladder diverticulum. Rajan N, et al. J Urol 1996 May; 
155(5):1700 

Towards a ive database of proteins from the urine 
of patients with bladder cancer. Rasmussen HH, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2113-9 

Dynamic gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance 
in staging of superficial bladder cancer. Scattoni V, nad 


36 


J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1594-9 
+. clinical significance of og p53 and 


cancer. Tetu 


from here? 


Rb expression in a 
B, et al. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1784-8 
Invasive cancer--where do we 
editorial; comment] Waters WB. J 1996 Jun; 
155(6):1910-1. Comment on: J Urol 1996 
Jun;155(6):1897-902. Comment on: J _ Urol 
Jun; 155(6):1903-6. Comment on: J Urol 1996 
Jun; 155(6):1907-9. 
Transitional cell carcinoma of the labia minor: evidence of 


Oe ee ee Saeee. Yu DS, et al. 
J Urol 1 May;155(5):1699 
ep pee 


ve management for stage T1 NOMO 

cell carcinoma of the wy see comments] 

Zhang OK, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 155(6):1907-9. Comment 
rol 1996 Jun;155(6):1910-1. 


1996 


BLADDER, NEUROGENIC 


Reversible clinical outcome after sphincter stent removal. 
Chancellor MB, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 155(6)-1992-4 
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and temporary 
S3 neuromodulation in Pee detrusor instability [see 
comments] Hasan ST, et al Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2005- 11 

—= in: J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2012-3. 
terocystoplasty: the star modification. Keating MA, et al. 
— Urol 1996 96 May; 155(5):1723-5 
Experience with ileal tation cystoplasty using a short 
ne oe et al. J Urol 1996 May; 
155(5):1726-7 


BLAST CRISIS 


Chronic myeloid leukemia manifested during 
megakaryoblastic crisis. Wu CD, et al. South Med J 1996 
Apr;89(4):422-7 


BLAST INJURIES 

Landmines: time for an international ban [editorial] Pearn 
J. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):990-1 

The effect of on health. Coupland RM. Lancet 1996 
Feb 17;347( ):450-1 


BLASTOCYST 


Molecular cloning of cytochrome P450 aromatase 
complementary deoxyribonucleic acid from 

tation porcine and equine blastocysts identifies 

novel 5 untranslated exons ——-: in embryos, 

endometrium, and ta. Choi I, et al. Endocrinology 

1996 Apr;137(4):1457-67 


Differential expression of the full-length and on aay forms 
of the epidermal growth factor 
preimplantation mouse uterus and 
al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1492-6 

In vitro differentiation of murine embryonic stem cells. New 
approaches to old problems. Weiss MJ, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):591-5 (59 ref.) 


BLASTOMYCOSIS 


Blastomycosis of the breast [letter] Propeck PA, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):726 


multi 


the 
1 Tong 1 BJ, et 


BLEEDING TIME 


The clinical usefulness of the egy he 
Gewirtz AS, et al. Arch Pathol Lab 
120(4):353-6 


BLEOMYCIN 


Antitumor electrochemotherapy: new advances in the clinical 
Domenge C, et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1; 
(5): 956-63 


Phase I/II trial for the treatment of cutaneous 
subcutaneous tumors using electroc y. Meller R. R, 
et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):964-71 

Use of bleomycin in intratumoral chemotherapy for cystic 
craniopharyngioma. Case report. Cavalheiro S, et al. 

J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):124-6 


BLEPHARITIS 


Recurrence of herpes simplex virus blepharitis after cesarean 
section and epidural morphine. James CF. Anesth Analg 
1996 May;82(5):1094-6 (17 ref.) 


BLEPHAROSPASM 
Blepharospasm in association with a lower pontine lesion. 
— M, et al. rrr a 1996 yey” 

a workshop t M, et al. 
‘Nemreloms 1596 bey, ;46(5):1213-8 (43 ref.) 


BLINDNESS 


Prevent Blindness America Visual Onaeioa Screeni: 


ponies Study 
[letter] Mutlukan E. Am J May; 
121(5):590-1 


Blind drive [letter] Stommel E. Arch Neurol 1996 May; 


od 1988 Apr Apr: 


53(5):401 
Ischemic optic 6 eeaty [letter] Smith FP. J Neurosurg 
1996 Tena) 149- 
Amaurosis fugax on poe SB and angle-closure glaucoma 
with clomipramine [letter] Schlingemann RO, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):465 


BLISTER 


Swollen lesion on the abdomen. Could this violaceous blister 
be related to patient's treatment for UTIs? Levine N. 
1996 May;51(5):55 


BLOOD 


Mechanical stress eliminates the effects of plasma from 
patients with a on endothelial cells. Baker PN, 
et al. Am J Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):730-6 

1-Deamino-[8-D-ar, ] vasopressin-induced maternal 
plasma te increases ovine amniotic fluid 
volume. Ross MG, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr; 
174(4):1118-25; discussion 1125-7 

Endothelial cell proliferation is suppressed by plasma but not 
serum from women with preeclampsia. Smarason AK, et 
al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):787-93 

Preeclampsia: the effects of serum on endothelial cell 
prostacyclin, endothelin, and cell membrane integrity. 
Zammit VC, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):737-43 

Management of overfiltering and leaking blebs with 
pery ery injection [letter] Chen PP, et al. 

Arch 1996 May;114(5):633-4 

Bloody insensitive [letter] Fischer H. 

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May;150(5):560 

Effects of pregnant human, nonpregnant human, and fetal 
— sera on human chorionic gonadotropin, estradiol, 

one release by cultured human trophoblast 
Selle ienson MC, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):2067-74 


BLOOD BACTERICIDAL ACTIVITY 


Mononuclear cell line THP-1 internalizes 
bactericidal/permeability-increasing protein by a 
non-receptor-mediated mechanism consistent with 
pinocytosis. Burnett RJ, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
131(2):200-5; discussion 206 


BLOOD BANKS 


Blood money: blood donors’ attitudes to changes in the New 
Zealand blood transfusion service [see comments] 
Howden-Chapman P, et al. BMJ 1996 May 4; 
312(7039):1131-2. Comment in: BMJ 1996 May 
4;312(7039):1114. 
Blood 


donation—-altruism or profit? [editorial; comment] 
Oakley A. BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039):1114. Comment on: 
BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039)):1131-2. 
Revelations rock Canada’s tainted-blood inquiry [news] 
Kondro W. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1178 


BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER 


In vivo MRI and its histological correlates in acute adoptive 
transfer experi tal allergic encephalomyelitis. 
Quantification of inflammation and oedema. Morrissey SP, 
et al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1):239-48 

Hyperosmolar blood-brain barrier disruption in baboons: an 
in vivo study using positron emission tomography and 
rubidium-82. Ziinkeler B, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar; 
84(3):494-502 


BLOOD CELL COUNT 


Evaluation of the Abbott Cell-DYN 3500 hematology 
analyzer in university ital. Vives—Corrons JL, et al 
Am J Clin Pathol 1996 May;105(5):553-9 


BLOOD CELLS 


Peripheral blood CD34+ cells differ from bone marrow 
CD34+ cells in Thy-1 expression and cell cycle status 
in nonhuman primates mobilized or not mobilized with 
aoey colony-stimulating factor and/or stem cell 
actor. Donahue RE, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1644-53 


BLOOD CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 


Bedside glucose monitoring. Comparison of performance as 
studied by the College of! American ee ag Q-Probes 
program. Howanitz PJ, et al. Arch Pathol Med 1996 
Apr; 120(4):333-8 

Bedside glucose monitoring quality control practices. A 
College of American Pathologists Q-Probes study of 
program quality control documentation, program 
characteristics, and accuracy performance in 544 
institutions. Jones BA, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 
Apr; 120(4):339-45 


BLOOD COAGULATION 


Effect of vitamin E on the anticoagulant response to warfarin. 
Kim JM, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):545-6 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Eitensien telat *tOnee re 
epidural blood . Tobias MD, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
a APrib21A):766- 


lonocyte procoagulant activity _by in vivo 
sdaniciatrahon of the OKT? moxoclonal entibed 


antibody. Pradier 
O, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3768-74 
Clot formation and gelatin—based substitutes [letter] 
Heath ML. Lancet 1996 May 11; aed pars 
Refeest eee Se ae 


with gelatin-based 
Sars Senos 9 ee srs SN, me . Lancet 1996 


pF 4, uncontrolled 
Surgery 1996 May;119(5):528-33 


BLOOD COAGULATION DISORDERS 
Prolonged bleeding time in a patient treated with sertraline 
ee ee eee eee 
i bleeding during renal tation 
ith estrogen or plasma. Boyd GL, et al. Arch 1996 
Feb; 131(2):160-5 
ame characterized by impaired transmembrane 
migration procoagulant ain and 


hemorrhagic yoy inherited disorder. Toti 
F, et al Feb 15; ty we 


Methods for — increased workload 
anticoagulant clinics. Sor FC. at al BMJ 1996 Feb 3: 
312(7026):286 
The molecular basis of hereditary complement factor I 
deficiency. Vyse TJ, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15; 
97(4):925-33 


BLOOD COAGULATION TESTS 


The patient with a potential to bleed ey Wa Ca. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 te 
Evaluation of coagulation tests 


bleedin; 
peer Sor, wr} 


BLOOD DONORS 


Blood donors with antibody to hepatitis C virus 
9 Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):9 
i 

Blood donors with antibody to itis C virus [letter] 
Worman HJ. Ann Intern Med | May 15;124(10):930-1 

Blood money: blood donors’ attitudes to changes in the New 
Zealand i service [see comments] 
P, et al. BMJ 

Comment _in: 


as predictors of o_o 
Darcy MD, et al. Radiology 1996 


] Klein 
; discussion 


1996 May 4; 
BMJ 1996 May 


—-altruism or profit? [editorial; comment] 
Oakley A. BMJ 1996 Rn ge 1114. Comment on: 
BMJ 1996 May 4;312(70. “oe 2 


Israelis destroy donations [news] 
-Itzkovich J. 1996 Feo Feb 10;312(7027):331 

Levels of hepatitis C — L blood donors infected with 

different viral CV Collaborative 


a DB. al. J al FiCV Dis 
et 1996 Mar; 
i730) :727- 
plasma derivatives and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 


gy st ys et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):482 
— eee "to donate” among HIV-positive blood 
donors in Zimbabwe [letter] Mvere D, et al. Lancet 1996 

Mar 30;347(9005):902 


BLOOD FLOW VELOCITY 
ee ON ee ee with cardiac 
et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):580-2; 
discussion 582-3 


Coronary flow reserve: noninvasive pee in humans 
with breath-hold velocity MR 
Sakuma H, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 198(3): 745-50 


BLOOD GAS MONITORING, 
TRANSCUTANEOUS 
Accuracy of oximetry for detection 
disturbances in 


of respiratory 
sleep —_-. . Lévy P, et al. 
Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):39: 
Transcutaneous — the scalp in male 


Howden 

312(7039): 1131-2. 

4;312(7039):1114. 
Blood donation 


baldness: 
a -y + puzzle. Goldman BE, et al. 

— Surg 1996 May;97(6):1109-16; discussion 
111 


BLOOD GLUCOSE 


Decreased insulin-mediated but not non-insulin-dependent 
glucose disposal rates in glucose intolerance and type II 
diabetes in African (Ghanaian) immigrants. Osei K, et al. 

poaide pecone 1996 monitoring. Comparison of 


"acid by the Ca Calg of American Pu Saas 


eg may : 
Pa ome monitoring quality control 
Q-Probes § —~ or 


996 May:45(5):459-6 
EP ene 
The ue a Bae oe sre GLP-1) on glucose 
lect * 
elimination in tedity eatdien ‘ on > Ane — 
hormones. Toft-Nielson M, et al. 


Diabetes 1996 % 
Influence 


1996 May;45(5):552-6 
of blood 


410). 52832 
The idi 
of 


ucose levels on rat liquid gastric 
, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 


BLOOD GROUPING AND 
CROSSMATCHING 
The effect of Lonyne eager w antibody aeeney as Bs on the 


results of an 
ty Hussein sukoer ol. taeed 1900 al. Blood 1996 
May 1;87(9):3959-62 


BLOOD LOSS, SURGICAL 


Effects of a novel hemoglobin-based oxy; 
pecans cane nee eae 
gas analysis and pulse o 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb; 


Intraoperative au! 
Kochamba GS, et al. 
Ann Surg 1996 fmm 
The clinical usefulness of preoperative ao 
Gewirtz AS, et al. py Pathol Lab Lab Med Apr; 
120(4):353-6 
The saline ballooning method for peritoneal dissection ons 
meets i y. Oka M, et al. Arch Surg 1 
Apr;131(4):448-9 


Tht S peepeetive qenemade eh entienttne as 
cardiac operations in children. Zonis Z, 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May, i1i):982-7 
Techniques to minimize blood loss and 
case of tattech Gin-andl Guar des | Ai 
M, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May;97(6):1312-3 


BLOOD PATCH, EPIDURAL 


Epidural blood patch and Frison 
LM, et al. Anesth Analg 1 1996 Mar820):666-8 

Lidocaine inhibits blood implications for 
epidural blood . Tobias , et al. Anesth Analg 1996 

Apr;82(4):766-9 


BLOOD PLATELETS 


Effects of aspirin on status of thrombin generation in atrial 
fibrillation. Yamamoto K, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
1;77(7):528-30 

Hormone 


carrier on 
arterial blood 
GS, et al. 


.H 
eb;27(2):164-9 
reduces blood loss after 


ive 
us 


it therapy reduces the reactivity of 
monocytes and platelets in whole blood—a beneficial effect 
on atherogenesis and thrombus formation? Aune B, et al. 
‘Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1816-20 
Platelet response to wpe ln preeclampsia [letter 
der Post J, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 
173(6):1897-8 


van 


plasma 
a ycoproteins Ib, IX, and V. 
Berger G, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1385-95 
Changes in cytosolic calcium ee and 
morphology in a, platelets 
fibrinogen-coated surface under flow. hee CJ, et al. 
Blood 1996 May 1;87(9): 9):3775-82 


cell 








face-connected canalicular system. 
al. Blood 1996 Feb 15; 387(4): 1396-408 
Bone marrow I cells 

stimulate 





Yr 


and 1 but 

suppress prop formation. Nagahisa H, et al. Blood 

1996 Feb 15;87(4):1309-16 

Inhibition of platelet function by — 1, a novel inhibitor 
of cGMP. vitro and in vivo. 
Yu SM, et al. Blood | I 187) 3758-67 

Platelet sensitivity to 1 inhibition is reduced 


in pre-eclampsia but not in non) uric gestational 
h Obstet Gynaecol 1996 


ypertension. Torres PJ, et al. Br J 
Jan; 103(1):19-24 
Platelets from patients with diabetes mellitus have impaired 


BLOOD PRESSURE 


mediate vasodilation. Oskarsson HJ, et al. 
Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1464-70 
Two thromboxane A2 receptor i in human platelets. 
Opposite i to adenylyl cyclase with different 
sensitivity to to Leu mutation. Hirata T, et al. 
J Ciin Invest 1 Feb 15:91(4):949-56 
Sreocytts, Weprich AR, ot al 3 Cin loveet 199¢ Mar 15, 
> N@y1325-3 
Platelet binding of from with in-induced 
tpt re 3rd, et al. 
J Lab Clin Med 1 May;127(5):435-42. Comment in: J 
Lab Clin Med 1996 May;127(5):418-9. 
The effects of Carmeda Bioactive Surface on human blood 
circulation. 


— simulated extracorporeal 
RL, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):1073-84 


BLOOD PRESERVATION 
I red blood cell preservation correlates with 
loss of bands 3, 4.1, Icholinestrase, and 

gt in microvesicles. Dumaswala UJ, et al. Blood 1996 
eb 15;87(4):1612-6 


BLOOD PRESSURE 


kage ot setae ret seen 2 U8. seuindes 
aay wa pee grey Mee veg systemic 
hypertension. Galderisi M, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
ot hashes 


Body weight and blood pressure Sis sen . McCarron DA, 

“a Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 Suppl):423S-425S (31 
R ucibility of orthostatic hypotension in 

—~¢ Ward C, et al. Am J Med + nage 


vefe anal 
slew) Pee A ‘neath Ana 1996 1996 


6 May82(3)91469 





Silens ad sonal tak diteo aimee responses. 
Muzi M, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1035-42 
calcium and blood pressure: a meta-analysis of 
randomized clinical trials. Allender PS, et al. 
Ann Intern Med 1996 May 1;124(9): 825-31 
endothelin in cardiac 
blood and endotoxin. te i 
Ann Surg 1996 Mari61(3):904-8 
24-hour blood pressure monitoring in 


ischemic neuropathy. Landau K et al 

Arch Opbdeheel 1996 May;114(5):570-5 
Oscillometric blood pressure measuremen’ 

were yp validation of the 90207. S 

A, et al oe Oe 


Blood pressure = oe blacks and whites: relevance of 
obesity and and lest factors in ferences. The 


Pomme ng 

CARDIA Study. Coronary Artery Risk ee in 
Young Adults Liu Kr ck ol, Cuesiation 1 Jan 1; 
93(1):60-6 

Blood lipids, cardiovascular fitness, obesity, and blood 

of potential coronary heart disease 
risk factors in adolescents. JD, et al. 
J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):238-42 

Genetic mapping of two biood pressure quantitative trait loci 
on rat chromosome 1. Gu L, et al. J Invest 1996 Feb 
1;97(3):777-88 

Quantitative trait locus mapping of human blood pressure 
to a genetic region at or near the lipoprotein lipase gene 
loam am checmasnen S00hs Wu DA, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 May "1919)2111-8 

The impact of ibuprofen on the efficacy of antihypertensive 
treatment with hydrochlorothiazide in elderly persons. 
Gurwitz JH, et al. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 
Mar;51(2):M74-9 

lect of — dietary sodium on blood press: 

cmoaae randomized controlled ‘rials 
comments. Midgley JP, et al. JAMA 1996 May 22-29; 
275(20):1590-7. Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 
22-29;275(20): 1604-6. 





et 

273039863 (2 (52 eats pm 5 TAMA. "1996 ™ 
22-29;275(20): 1604-6 

Lead exposure and conventional and ambulatory blood 
pressure: a ve study. PheeCad 
Investigators [see ay Ei et al. JAMA 
1996 May 22-29;275(20):1563-70. Comment in: JAMA 
1996 May 22-29;275(20):1604-6. 

The fourth sound of Korotkoff in at, oy? P a ~ rd [letter] 
Franx A, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):84 

Blood pressure dementia tia [cominent) Martyn c. 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1 130-1. Comment on: Lancet 
1996 Apr ~ ~ oo yp ca 1141-5. 

or follow stroke? 


Does sur, pau gente 
“Yet et al. Lancet | Feb 17;347(8999):472- 3 


7(9009): 1141-5. 
27;347(9009): 1 130-1. 
Peak exercise blood pressure stratified by age and gender 


37 





BLOOD PRESSURE 


in Lg ay! healthy subjects. Daida H, et al. 
Mayo Clin 1996 May;71(5):445-52 


BLOOD PRESSURE 
ne 


"itr “Ma J Matovu M. Am Pam Physician 1996 Mer, 
1996 Mar ar PSI? 
guscaliatory gap with vascular disease in 

tern Med 196 ed 1996 May “1S 12405877-83 


Ph ay intra—abdominal 
tens feo pressure. Joynt GM, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1155-7 


BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING, 
AMBULATORY 


1996 May; 1 14(5): MaGys70S 


BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORS 


The validation of automated blood monitors by 
intraarterial comparison [letter] Penny JA, et al. 
on J Obstet Gynecol | A ae 1996 Apr;174(4): 1396-7 

ts in severe 

O pre-eclampsia: validation of the Labs 90207. Shennan 

A, et al J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Sota mie ie 


The fourth sound of Korotkoff in yth? [letter] 
Franx A, et al. Lancet 1996 "Mar 33:34 347(9004)-841 


BLOOD PROTEINS 


Se ee oe Se Cal seven pevttien 
in the cord blood of ure infants. Miyano A, et al. 
Arch Pathol Lab 1996 Mar;120(3):245-8 

Mononuclear cell line THP-1 internalizes 
perma ae ol ge ar mew le increasing protein by a 
non-receptor-mediated mechanism consistent with 
pinocytosis. Burnett RJ, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
131(2):200-5; discussion 206 

Abnormal inside-out signal transduction-dependent 
activation of glycoprotein IIb-IIla in a patient with 
impaired pleckstrin lation. Gabbeta J, et al. 
Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1368-76 

Factor V Quebec revisited. Janeway CM, et al. Blood 1996 
May 1;87(9):3571-8 

In bowel disease is associated with increased 
mucosal els of 
protein. Monaj 
110(3):733-9 

In vivo neutralization of year ea ty major basic 
apace inhibits antigen-induced bronchial hyperreactivity 

in sensitized guinea pigs. Lefort J, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb 15;97(4):1117-21 


BLOOD SPECIMEN COLLECTION 


Improved intrapartum surveillance with PR interval analysis 
of the fetal electrocardi : a randomized trial showin 
a reduction in fetal sampling. van Wijngaarden WJ, 

et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1295-9 


BLOOD SUBSTITUTES 


Effects of a novel hemoglobin-based oxygen carrier on 
percent oxygen saturation as determined with arterial blood 
an oximetry. Hughes GS, et al. 

Ann Emerg Med 1996 Peb.27(3): 164-9 

Liver function and resuscitation from 
severe aeeiete shock with in solutions or 
au blood. Eldridge J, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 
Apr;244):663-71 

Hemoglobin-based blood substitutes: a dream-like trade of 
blood and guile? [editorial; comment] Eaton JW. 

J Lab Clin Med 1996 May;127(5):416-7. Comment on: J 
Lab Clin Med 1996 May;127(5):428-34. 

Safety evaluation of a polymerized hemoglobin solution in 
a murine infection model [see comments] Langermans JA, 
et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 May; 127(5):428-34. Comment 
in: J Lab Clin Med 1996 May;127(5):416-7. 

Artificial blood-—bad news for vampires? [news] Fricker J. 
Lancet 1996 May 11; 1:347(901 1). Be 


BLOOD TRANSFUSION 

A cost analysis of autologous and allogeneic transfusions in 
hip- it sur, . Blumberg N, et al. 
Am J Surg 1996 Mar;171(3):324- 

Coronary bypass in women [letter] Utley JR. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):1042-3 


growth. gley RL. Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):438-41 
Utility of fingernail DNA for evaluation of chisneriam after 
bone marrow transplantation and for diagnostic testing for 
transfusion-associated graft-versus—host disease [letter] 


38 


Uchida S, et al. Blood 1996 May lk agg 
Neonatal prevention of iron yy -- 
from cord clam 


~s sean 


Daniel DG, et al. BMJ 1 
associated with biood 


Irish transfusion service of canted 
[news] Murdoch A. BMJ 1996 Feb $:312(7026)3 70-1 
Israelis destroy blood donations [news] 
? Itzkovich J. 1996 Feb 10;312(7027):331 
Cost of allogeneic blood transfusion in 


Canada. Canadian Cost of Transfusion Study ee. 
Tretiak R, et al. Cam Med Assoc J 1996 May 15; 


154(10):1501-8 

i ic dysgeusia associated with blood transfusion: a case 

report [letter] Erick M. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May; 

96(5):450 

Safe and normothermic massive transfusions 
of an infusion warming and pressure device 
DM, et al. J Trauma, 1996 Apr;40(4):673-4 

Pooled derivatives and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 
[letter] Créange A, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):482 

Molecular evidence for transmission of hepatitis G virus by 

[letter] Schmidt B, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 


} Hence 


blood transfusion 
30;347(9005):909 
Danish haemophiliacs win in European court 
Skovmand K. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):462 


BLOOD TRANSFUSION, 
AUTOLOGOUS 
rn yy 
hip-replacement sur; Blumberg N, et al. 
: Am J Ae Marl? 171(3): — 
" Kochembe ¢ GS, et al. 


bypass. 
Ann Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):900-3 
Evaluation of patients with retinitis tosa receiving 
electric stimulation, ozonated blood, and ocular surgery 


in ryt ay Berson EL, et al. 
Arch 1996 May;114(5):560-3. Comment in: 
a Ophthalmol 1996 yey 
se it au infusion varies tly 
a vo os al. BMJ 1996 fe 
12(7026):314 
Use of ay a autologous blood donations and 
treatment of t cell tumor of the 
Orthop 1996 May; 


after resuscitation from 
hemoglobin solutions or 
au blood. Eldridge J, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 
= -71 
Effect of preoperative donation of autologous blood on 
deep-vein thrombosis following total joint arthroplasty of 
the hip or knee. Anders MJ, et al. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr 784):574-80 
Autotransfusion and reduction mammaplasty [letter] Pandeya 
NK. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May.97(6): 1307 
Autologous blood use in reduction mammaplasty [letter] 
Robinson HN. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):1084-5 


BLOOD VESSEL poreniggar eg 


——— theraphy in patients with femoropopliteal 
——_ ee ee FSS aac 
eb; 171(2):251-4 
Endovascular stent-graft repair of thoracic aortic aneurysms. 
Mitchell RS, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):1054-62 


BLOOD VESSELS 


a ae ny a ppl gee ry 

yramidal laparoscopic trocars in a rabbit model. 

Hurd. et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec; 
———s 3 


[news] 


loss after 


central venous line 
Intern Med 1996 May 


vessels durin, 
HE Scarpinato L. 
3. 156(9): 1028-9 
Adverse influence of systemic vascular stiffening on cardiac 
dysfunction and to acute coronary occlusion. 
Kass DA, et al. Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1533-41 
Increased substance P receptor expression by vessels 
and lymphoid in Clostridium difficile-induced 
branous colitis. “Manty h CR, et al. 
Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3):614-20 (22 ref.) 
Central intraluminal 
curved vessels: simulation, phantom, and i 
Saloner D, et al. Radiology 1996 nian 19003):733-9 


BLOOD VOLUME 


Arterial and venous compliance in obese and nonobese 
subjects. Oren S, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15; 
71(8):665-7 

Arterial pressure waveform analysis during volemia 
[letter] Perel A. Anesth Analg 1996 Marth aeIO-1 


Volemic status influences the response of plasma atrial 
natriuretic factor to positive airway pressure. Beuret P, 
et al. Chest 1996 May;109(5):1313-9 


BLUE CROSS 


Patrick Hays: CEO, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association 
of America [interview by Terese Hudson] Hays P. 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):68 

Columbia's got the (Ohio) blues. A company known for its 
drive and audacity pulls off another big deal. Parr J 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 May 5;70(9):21-2 


BLUE SHIELD 


Patrick Hays: CEO, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association 
of America [interview by Terese Hudson] Hays P. 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):68 

Columbia's got the (Ohio) blues. A company known for its 
drive and audacity pulls off another big deal. Parr J. 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 May 5;70(9):21-2 


BODY COMPOSITION 


Analysis of body-composition techniques and models for 
detecting change in soft tissue with strength training. 
Nelson ME, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):678-86 

Increasing physical activity: alterations in body mass and 
composition. Wilmore JH. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 
Suppl):456S-460S (27 ref.) 

Abdominal fat and insulin resistance in normal and 
overweight women: Direct measurements reveal a strong 
relati ip in subjects at both low and high risk of 
NIDDM. Carey DG, et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):633-8 

Body composition derived from whole body counting of 
few na in growth hormone-deficient adults: a possible 

intracellular potassium concentration. Davies JS, et 
Metab 1996 May;81(5):1720-3 

™ BA... of Cushing 's disease on bone mineral density, body 
composition, growth, and puberty: a report of an identical 
adolescent twin pair. Leong GM, et al. 

J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1905-11 

Body composition and in vivo neutron activation [editorial; 
comment] Kanaley J. J Lab Clin Med 1996 May; 
127(5):414-5S. Comment on: J Lab Clin Med 
May; 127(5):420-7. 

Reliability of in vivo neutron activation analysis for 
measuring body composition: comparisons with tracer 
dilution and dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry [see 
comments] Ma K, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 May; 
127(5):420-7. Comment in: J Lab Clin Med 
May; 127(5):414-5. 


BODY CONSTITUTION 


Young children want to look like supermodels [news] Tamber 
PS. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):867 
Fetal size at birth in relation to quality of blood glucose 
control in pregnancies complicated by pregestational 
diabetes mellitus. Persson B, et al. 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):427-33 
Determinants of body size per: and dietin; 
in a multiethnic group of hospital 
Mossavar-Rahmani Y, 
96(3):252-6 
Relationship of diet, abdominal obesity, and physical activity 
to —_ lipoprotein levels in Asian Indian physicians 
residin ee United States. Yagalla MV, et al. 
J Am Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):257-61 


BODY FLUID COMPARTMENTS 


The coelomic cavity-—-a reservoir for metals. Wathen NC, 
et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1884-8 


BODY IMAGE 


Young children want to look like supermodels [news] Tamber 
PS. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):867 

Determinants of body size ions ~~ — behavior 
in a —. yup o women. 
Mossavar- Freres. 5 Am Biot _Acsoe 1996 Mar. 
96(3):252-6 

Body dysmorphic disorder and the plastic surgeon [letter] 
Hanes KR. Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 9765). 1082 


BODY MASS INDEX 


Overweight, underweight, and mortality. A prospective 
study of 48,287 men and women. Seidell JC, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 May 13;156(9):958-63 

Body mass and breast cancer. Relationship between method 
of detection and stage of disease. Reeves MJ, et al. 

Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):301-7 


BODY TEMPERATURE 


core-to-peripheral tissue heat 
cutaneous cooling. Plattner O, 
May;82(5):925-30 
Effects of anatomic site, oral stimulation, and body position 
on estimates of body temperature. Rabinowitz RP, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Apr 8;156(7):777-80 


behavior 
women. 
et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar; 


transfer during 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Tympanic temperature as: and stress behavior in 
rhesus macaques and children. ce WT, et al. 
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May;150(5):518-23 

Body temperature in acute stroke: relation to stroke severity, 

infarct size, mortality, and outcome. Reith J, et al. 

Lanest 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):422-5 

Improved peripheral MR- 
regulation in 


in healthy 
Radiology 1996 Marl 
BODY WATER 


Effect of age on body water and reStin 
Fukagawa NK, et al. J Gerontol A Biol 
Mar;51(2):M71-3 


BODY WEIGHT 


American Health Foundation Roundtable on Healthy 
Weight. Proceedings of an expert panel discussion. New 
York, New York, ber 20, 1994. Am J Clin Nutr 
1996 Mar;63(3 Suppl):409S-477S (0 ref.) 

Healthy body weights: an alternative perspective. Abernathy 
og ss Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 Suppl):448S-451S 

Policy and healthy weight. Dwyer J. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 
a. 363(3 Suppl):415S-418S (27 ref.) 

Weight and osteoarthritis. Felson DT. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 
):430S-432S (10 ref.) 
thy weight. Garn SM. Am J Clin Nutr 
1996 Mares Suppl):41 $4145 (13 ref.) 

Does weight cycli it a health risk? Jeffery RW. 
Am J Nutr | Mar;63(3 Suppl):452S-455S (16 ref.) 

Effect of weight on cardiovascular disease. Kannel WB, et 
a J Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 Suppl):419S-422S (20 
ref.) 

Body weight and blood ition. M DA, 
et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 Suppl):423S-425S (31 


y with temperature 
ts. lackband SJ, et al. 
3):899-902 


metabolic rate. 
Med Sci 1996 


ref.) 

Summary and recommendations from the American Health 
Foundation s Expert Panel on Healthy Weight. Meisler JG, 
et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 Suppl):474S-477S (13 


ref.) 

Weight and wee diabetes mellitus. 
Pi-Sunyer FX. Am J Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 
Suppl):426S-429S (53 ref.) 

Overweight and health: communications challenges and 
opportunities. Rippe JM. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 
Suppl):470S-473S (32 ref.) 

Body weight and colon cancer. Shike 

Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 Suppl): na42S-4445 (30 ref.) 
tive. 


633 


: alterations in body mass and 
_ Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 


Suppl): 433S-436S (43 ref. ) 
Increasing physical activit 
composition. Wilmore J 
Suppl):456S-460S (27 ref. ) 
Ethnic differences in outcome of serum screening for Down's 
syndrome. Median values and maternal weight — to 
the ethnic p should be used [letter] Spencer 
BMJ 1996 Apr 0,312(7037): 1041 
Serum leptin in normal-weight and obese humans Jeoot 
Pijl H, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1 
Promotion of healthy weight-control practices in young 
athletes. American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on 
— Medicine and Fitness. Pediatrics 1996 May; 
97(5):752-3 


BONE AND BONES 


Assessment of the role of GM-CSF in the cellular 
transformation and the development of erosive lesions 
around its. Al-Saffar N, et al. 

Am J Clin Pathol | May; 105(5):628-39 

Levels of lead in blood and bone of women giving birth 
in a Boston hospital. Hu H, et al. Arch Environ Health 
1996 Jan-Feb;51(1):52-8 

Relationship of common allelic variation at the vitamin D 
receptor locus to bone mineral density and bone turnover. 
Jgrgensen HL, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 
Supp! 13:28-30; discussion 30-1 

The oestrogen in bone-evolution of our knowledge. 
Lindsay R. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 Suppl 
13:16-8; discussion 18-9 (27 ref.) 

The role of bone turnover in the pathophysiology of 

rosis. Riis BJ. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 
mt 13: om discussion 14-5 (18 ref.) 
cortical bone loss in systemic lupus 
bp ee ey my 
Mar;35(3):244-7 

Effects of cyclosporin A on bone turnover and on 
of demineralized bone matrix. Ekelund AL, et al. 
Clin Orthop 1996 nay 127-34 

Amount and composition of bone minerals in chronic liver 
disease. Kalef- JA, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May; 
41(5):1008-13 

Effect of lalpha-vitamin D3 and estrogen therapy on cortical 
bone mechanical properties in the ovariectomized rat 
model. Aerssens J, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 
137(4):1358-64 

Alterations of maternal 


levels during gestation affect 
the skeleton of female 


ing. Migliaccio S, et al. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


1996 May;137(5):2118-25 

Distinct responses of different 1 
mechanical stress. Mikuni-T: 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5): 

Estrogen and raloxifene stimulate = Sid growth 


of bone cells to 
toe 


factor-beta 3 gene expression in rat bone: a 
mechanism for ——- or raloxifene-mediated bone 
maintenance. Y: et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):2075-84 

Calcium, parathyroid function, bone and aging [editorial; 
comment] Heaney RP. ep oy enee tee | 
81(5):1697-8. Comment on: J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 

—— 1699-703. 

Paget's disease is associated with changes in the 

ical ——., < B --» gee 


in bone. on tae 
. Metab 1 May; bie 1810-20 

bone and blood lead to hypertension. 
The Normative Agin, ging Study. Hu H, et al. JAMA 1996 
Apr 17;275(15):1171 


BONE BANKS 
Bone banking in Thailand. A 10-year experience (1984- 
Vajaradul Y. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):173-80 





1994). 


BONE CEMENTS 

The contieten of ition tosupp, 0 Seema Oe 

cement-bone interface in Tharies hip its. Mai 

MT, et al. 3 Bone doint Sarg Am 1996 Apr.78(4):505-1 
with of so-called 


study. Mulroy WF, et al. 
378(3):325-30 
The role of antibiotic-loaded cement in the treatment of an 
ee an 3S) [letter] Waertel G. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Mar;78(3):472-3 


BONE DENSITY 
Relationship of common allelic variation at the vitamin D 
r locus to bone mineral density and bone turnover. 
Jgrgensen HL, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 
Suppl 13:28-30; discussion 30-1 
Bone mass measurement and bone metabolism in rheumatoid 
arthritis: a review. Deodhar AA, et al. Br J Rheumatol 
1996 Apr:35(4): 309-22 (88 a ) 
Peripheral bone mass is there any 


measurements— clinical 
value in emma arthritis? (tora Reid DM, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb;35(2):109-10 
i bone matrix. 
Clin Orthop 1996 May;(326):127- 34 
Antiprogestin and/or g¢ 





, et al. 
Metab 1996 May; 81(5):1933-9 
The effect of Cushing 's disease on bone mineral density, body 
composition, growth, and puberty: seater eres 
adolescent twin pair. GM, et 
May81(3):1905-11 


J Clin Endocrinol Metab | 
BONE DEVELOPMENT 
Alterations of maternal -— levels ae gestation affect 
the skeleton of female io S, et al. 
1996 May:137(5)" 21 1823 


BONE DISEASES 


Development of an in vivo model of human pi 
myeloma bone disease. Alsina M, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 
15;87(4):1495-501 

Langerhans’ cell histiocytosis (histiocytosis X) of bone. A 
clinicopathologic analysis of 263 pediatric and adult cases. 
Kilpatrick SE, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15;76(12):2471-84 

Retroviruses and bone diseases. Labat ML. Clin Orthop 1996 
May;(326):287-309 (109 ref.) 

[editorial] Leung 


lems in Asia/Pacific region 
PC. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):2- i 
Bloody diarrhea years after resection of a rib. Lamelas LJ, 
et al. Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15;31(4):42-5 
Circulating testosterone levels in skeletal fluorosis 1996-34) 183-9 
Susheela AK, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2):183-9 
Bone and mineral metabolism in childhood end 
disease. Selecky IB. Pediatr Clin North Am | S Den 
42(6):1531-50 (103 ref.) 


BONE DISEASES, METABOLIC 


Methotrexate osteopathy in } agg tee rr 
methotrexate treatment for psoriasis rheumatoid 
arthritis. Zonneveld IM, et al. Arch SF 1996 Feb; 
132(2):184-7 


ja in children: CT assessment. Kovanlikaya A, et 
On Rediotons 1996 Mar;198(3):781-4 


BONE LENGTHENING 


Treatment of a bone defect of the forearm by bone transport. 
A case report. Esser RD. Orthop 1996 May; 


BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION 
is and its infl 
Ilizarov method. Fink 
A review of 240 patients undergoing distraction osteogenesis 
for ital post ic or i ive lower limb 


(326):221-4 ree 
ing treatment 
the Ili et al. Gm Othe 1996 
Feb;(323):261-72 
—traumatic or postinfecti 
length di . Maffulli N, et al. J Am Coll Surg 1996 
May; 182(5): 


hinged distraction+ + apparatus. 
et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr;78(4):546— 


BONE MARROW 


Distribution of serouslike bone marrow changes in the lower 
limbs of patients with anorexia nervosa: t 
involvement of the distal extremities. Vande 
al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):621- 

Chlorinated h 


i J, et 
Jan_Feb;5I(1):22- - 
Interferon-alpha saan normal beta | integrin-mediated 
inhibition of poieti - - fom by the 


microenvironment chronic r70).3883-91 
leukemia. Bhatia R. et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87():3 3-91 
Development of human megakaryocytes: I. 

progenitors (CD34+ bone marrow cells) are enriched with 


eee eee SS Dolzhanskiy A, et al. 
Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1353-60 
—- blood CD34+ cells differ from bone marrow 
CD34+ cells in Thy-1 expression and cell cycle status 
in nonhuman ———— mobilized or not mobilized with 
guste ones —stim factor and/ 
Donahue — Feb 15;87(4):1644-53 
Identification of the p: Scns neutrophils and 
delineation of therein 


[letter) on of i by Blood 1996 1996 May F LOAOL3-5 
Routine bone marrow exam during first remission of acute 
myeloid Estey E, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3899-902 


Effect of ultraviolet-B light on aay op at doses 
at which normal bone marrow stem ia 
Gowing H, et al. Blood 1996 Feb isa 163 

Bone marrow cells 
stimulate 





i 


hrombopoietin and 

ocyte growth oe maturation but 

suppress iormation. Nagahisa H, et al. Blood 
1996 Feb 15;87(4):1309-16 

Effects of fibroblast growth factor-4 (k-FGF) on long-term 
cultures of human bone marrow cells. Quito FL, et al. 
Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1282-91 

The FLT3 ligand is a direct and potent stimulator of the 
—~s of primitive and committed human CD34+ bone 

tor cells in vitro. Rusten LS, et al. 

Blood 1996 foots 15;87(4):1317-25 

Fit3 induces —— of quiescent human bone 

marrow CD34+CD38- cells and maintains progenitor cells 
in vitro. Shah AJ, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3563-70 

Normal and leukemic SCID-repopulating cells (SRC) coexist 
in the bone marrow and peripheral blood from CML 
patients in ch leukemic SRC are 
detected in blast crisis. Sirard C, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 
15;87(4):1539-48 

DO in expression in hematopoietic cell tions 


Cc popula’ 
and its relation to ee 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):852-7 

— detection of hepatitis C virus minus strand RNA 


Tage vay cells. Lerat H, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb 1;97(3):845-51 


Extrahepatic secreted complement C3 contributes to 
circulating C3 levels in humans. Naughton MA, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):3051-6 
Induction of antitumor immunity using bone 
marrow-generated dendritic cells. Por; 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2918-2 
Does altered biomechanics cause marrow edema? Schweitzer 
ME, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):851-3 


BONE MARROW NEOPLASMS 


A case of composite Hodgkin's disease and chronic 
lymphocytic leukemia in bone marrow. Lack of 
Epstein-Barr virus. Cha I, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 

Apr; 120(4):386-9 


BONE MARROW 
TRANSPLANTATION 


Allogeneic bone marrow transplantation for poor-prognosis 
lymphoma: response, toxicity and survival depend on 
disease histology. van Besien KW, et al. Am J Med 1996 
Mar; 100(3):299-307 

Natural killer (NK)-cell function and antileukemic activity 
of a large population of CD3+/CD8+ T cells expressing 

NK for major histocompatibility complex class 
I after “three-loci" HLA-incompatible bone marrow 
transplantation. Albi N, et al. Blood 1996 May |; 
87(9):3993-4000 

Malignant neoplasms following bone marrow transplantation. 
Bhatia S, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3633-9 

Primary systemic CD30 (Ki-1)-positive anaplastic large cell 
lymphoma of the adult: sequential intensive treatment with 
the F-MACHOP regimen (+/- radiotherapy) and 





x A, et al. 


39 





BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION 
Bload 1996 Feb COM os ee Fanin R, BS 


a fo 





of 
reduction in stem 
tor he 1;87(9):3963-9 
infusions for the 
allogeneic bone 
marrow J. Blood 1996 May 
~ae follow of 12 pediatric 
term primary 
— “syadrome’ treated treated wrth HLA ental 
donor bone marrow [letter] Nichols 
rare Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):4020-2 
Cie Ch oe nee Satan eae A eeaiet 
sibling bone marrow transplantation for children acute 
leukemia. Robinson N, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15; 
87(4):1249-54 
pe. meget wr 


eae 
<r abepbepape 
fae te 


hm 
al. Blood | 
ao See fae oe 


Alege ol 
Satay = IMT [letter] 
Usity of fogern 1996 May 170 )a011-3 
awe hn tion ‘ond for di eaeiaeeen for 
testing 
disease [letter] 
Uchide Sat ah ‘ood 336 May 1;87(9):4015-6 
Chronic 


and graft-versus—host disease 
A, et al. Br J Rheumatol | 





] 
Mar; 
induced oral 


1 marrow ton patents Barasch 
A, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15;76(12):25 
Pulmonary veno-occlusive disease in an adult following bone 
Case report and review of the 
literature. illiams LM, et al. Chest 1996 May; 
109%(5):1388-91 (26 ref.) 
Incidence and outcome of overt inal bleeding in 
patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation. Kaur S, 
et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 ey ee erty 
loidal dispersion for the 
os after marrow 
Bowden RA. etval. J infect Dis 1996 May, 
17(5):1208-15 
Cyeteee a Sine matey Qua current attitude and 
management. A survey of 
centers. Chan KW, et al. a? 
1):644-8 


marrow/stem-cell rescue in 
al. Lancet 1996 Mar TONS yaa 
Baboon xenotransplant fails but Lae [news] 
Fricker J. Lancet 1996 Feb "T, .341(8999)-4 7 
Graft-versus-myeloma effect in two cases. Verdonck LF, 
et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23,347(9004)-800-_1 
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General Hospital. Weekly 

exercises. Case 19-1996. Multisystem 
failure in a 33-year-old man bone marrow 
Pp. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1655-62 


BONE MATRIX 
Paget's disease is associated with 
distribu! 


m RT, et 
5 clin Endocrisol Metab 1 


May:81(5) 1810-20 
BONE NAILS 


Geometric mismatch of the Gamma nail to the Chinese 
femur. Leung KS, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):42-8 
Multicenter trial of modified Gamma nail in East Asia. Leung 
KS, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):146-54 
Percutaneous pin fixation of chronic slipped capital femoral 
ysis. Samuelson T, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 May; 
(326).225-8 
Humeral shaft nonunion treated by a Seidel interlocking nail 
with a tary staple. Wu CC. Clin Orthop 1996 
May;(326):203-8 


ee es eee 
insertional devices. - 


J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb;78(2):231-8 

Surgical neck fi of the p | humerus: a 
evaluation of ten fixation techniques. Koval KJ, et al. 
J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):778-83 


BONE NEOPLASMS 


Iliopsoas bursitis—an unusual oR, Oo" te 
disease. Byrne PA, et al. J Rheumatol 1996 Mar; 
35(3):285-8 

Painless osteoid osteoma of the rib in an adult. A case report 
and a review of the literature. McDermott MB, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1442-9 (62 ref.) 

versus malignant fibrous histiocytoma of bone 


Fg 
| ee 








40 


pte Aen Oe Oe ee 


n with to 
meg 
Influence of 





hhistiocysomne-tike osteosarcoma. Naka T, 
1995 Sep 15; ate ny ge TR 
intralesional treatment outcome of 


surgery on 
Ozaki T, et al. Camcer 1996 Apr 1; 
71(7):1292-7 


indications for Ewing's sarcoma of the pelvis. Yang 
et al. Cancer 1995 Oct ye pe 
survival rates for isolated skeletal metastases 
from melanoma. DeBoer DK, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb; 
(323):277-83 
Multifocal Ewing's sarcoma and hypercalcemia. A 
Kurihashi A, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 sand 


ue 254-8 
se preoperative 
erythropoietin 


autologous 
for oka of 


‘blood donations and 
tt cell tumor of the 
Orthop 1996 May; 


" Gin Orthop 1996 ‘Kiay: 
(326)238-45 


pain and swelling in a 60-year-old man with Paget's 
disease [clinical conference] Ueda T, et al. Clin Orthop 
1996 ny ag eg; — 
Osteosarcoma in Hong K Yip KM, et al. 
Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323 49-59 
Giant cell tumor of bone. Yip KM, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 
—— 
ro O8 ete eae eieaes i 


al. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Mar;78(3):366-75 
Resection arthrodesis of the with an in 
Weiner SD, et al. 3 Bane Selet Sony Aun 195% 
Feb; 78(2): 185-92 
P- and multidrug resistance [letter] Johnston 
Engl J Med 1996 ‘May 16;334(20): 1336; discussion 
1336-7 
P-gl and multidrug resistance 
Mesa-Teiada R. N Engl J Med 
334(20): 1335-6; discussion 1336-7 
BONE PLATES 


Anterior plate failure [letter] Harrington JF. J Neurosurg 
1996 Mar;84(3):537-8 
Anterior failure a Segal H. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar; 
84(3):536-7;discussion 5 

Surgical neck aiinaadde anda humerus: a 
evaluation of ten fixation techniques. Koval KJ, et al. 
J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):778-83 

A , “a 


[letter} 
1996 May 16; 


97(6): 1158-66 


BONE REMODELING 


ee pn my er i 

Deodhar AA, et al. Br J Rheumatol 
"35¢4)-309-22 (88 ref.) 

acim ep ar ty) 4 a ae 

Ba hh Ha KI, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb; 

(323):210-4 

Osteoporosis: using ‘bone markers’ for diagnosis and 

—e Arnaud CD. Geriatrics 1996 Apr;51(4):24-30 

(25 ) 


BONE RESORPTION 
Assessment of the role of GM-CSF in the cellular 


96 May; 105(5): 628-39 
activates STK receptor 
we cing prc facilitates bone resorption 
by osteoclast-like cells. Kurihara N, et al. Blood 1996 May 
1; 8109). 3704-10 
into the year 2010. Mundy GR. 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 Suppl 13:32-7; 
discussion 37-8 (46 ref.) 

Bone resorption by tartrate-resistant acid 
phosp sitive multinuclear cells isolated from 
rheumatoid synovium. Fujikawa Y, et al. 

Br J Rheumatol 1996 Mar;35(3):213-7 
Effects of cyclosporin A on bone turnover and on resorption 
of demineralized bone matrix. Ekelund AL, et al. 
Clin Orthop 1996 May;(326):127-34 
: bone active See that activates 
see comments] Jay 
yrs? yore 8. Comment 
in: ‘Endocrinology 1996 Ape: 7(4):1149-50. 

Role of calcium intake in modulating age-related increases 
in parathyroid function and bone resorption [see comments] 
McKane WR, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May; 
81(5):1699-703. Comment in: J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 
May;81(5):1697-8. 








BONE SCREWS 


Optimizing imaging parameters for MR evaluation of the 
spine with ‘tani titanium pedicle screws. Petersilge CA, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May; 166(5):1213-8 

Surgical neck fractures of the proximal humerus: a laboratory 
evaluation of ten fixation techniques. Koval KJ, et al. 

J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):778-83 

The fate of teeth transfixed by osteosynthesis screws. Borah 

GL, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(4):726-9 


BONE TRANSPLANTATION 


Treatment of a bone defect of the forearm by bone transport. 
A case . Esser RD. Clin Orthop 1996 May; 
(326):221-4 
Femoral 


reconstruction and  revascularization. 
Treatment for ischemic necrosis. Leung PC. 
Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):139-45 
Infection of vascularized fibular grafts. Low CK, et al. 
Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):163-72 
Human leukocyte antigen matching, radiographic score, and 
in massive frozen bone allo; 
M DL, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 May;(326):115- 26 
Immune response to nonspecific and altered tissue antigens 
in soft tissue allografts. Pinkowski JL, et al. 
Clin Orthop 1996 May;(326):80-5 
Immune response inhibition by irrigating subchondral bone 
with cytotoxic agents. Rodrigo JJ, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 
May;(326):96-106 
The humoral response to vascular and nonvascular 
bone. Stevenson S, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 
(326):86-95 
Immunologic responses 
enunchindind Gheape al 
1996 May;(326):1 
Allograft reconstruction of segmental defects of the humeral 
head for the treatment of chronic locked posterior 
dislocation of the shoulder. Gerber C, et al. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Mar-78(3)-376-82 
ap oe Ee any A 
allograft. Weiner SD, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 
Feb;78(2): 185-92 92 
The 


changes in vascularized bone transfer 
’ Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(5):1001-13 


and outcome of osteocutaneous free-tissue transfer 
versus pedicled soft-tissue oe for composite 
mandibular defects. Talesnik A 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May; ae 1167-78 


BORDETELLA PERTUSSIS 


The ser y of Bordetella pertussis infections: a 
study of y ae years. Cattaneo LA, et al. 
J Infect 1996 May;173(5):1256-9 

Synthetic peptide derived from the Bordetella USSIS 
bacterium reduces ae a volume after transient middle 
cerebral artery occlusion in the rat. Zhang RL, et al. 

Neurology 1996 aeerr77 46(5):1437-41 


BORON COMPOUNDS 


Selective plasma kallikrein inhibitor attenuates acute 
intestinal inflammation in Lewis rat. Stadnicki A, et al. 
Dig Dis Sci 1996 May;41(5):912-20 


BORRELIA BURGDORFERI 

Proficiency testing Pe for Lyme disease [letter] Seder 
RH, et al. Arch Lab Med 1996 Apr;120(4):323-5 

A flagella-less mutant of Borrelia bur, eri as a live 
attenuated vaccine in the murine model of Lyme disease. 
Sadiiene A, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1184-93 


BOTTLE FEEDING 


Effects of polychlorinated biphenyl/dioxin exposure and 
feeding type on infants’ mental and psychomotor 
devel Pp boom C, et al. Pediatrics 1996 
May;9 (3700-6 

Preventing baby bottle tooth decay: eight-year results. 
Bruerd B, et al. Public Health Rep 1996 Jan-Feb; 
111(1):63-5 


BOTULINUM TOXINS 

Botulinum toxin for spasticity and athetosis in children with 
cerebral palsy. Gooch JL, et al. 

Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May;77(5):508-11 

Botulinum toxin for achalasia: to be or not to be? [editorial; 
comment] Castell DO, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May; 
110(5):1650-2. Comment on: Gastroenterology 1996 
May; 1 10(5):1410-5. 

Botulinum toxin for achalasia: long-term outcome and 
predictors of response [see comments] Pasricha PJ, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1410-5. Comment in: 
Gastroen 1996 May;110(5):1650-2. 

Develop | weakness in a patient with 
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis after focal botulinum toxin 
injection. Mezaki T, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):845-6 

Improvement of both tardive dystonia and akathisia after 


in human recipients of osseous and 
afts. Strong DM, et al. Clin Orthop 








Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





i i in Machado-Joseph demon. 
Tuite PJ, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):846 


BOWEN’S DISEASE 

Partial spontaneous regression of Bowen's disease. Murata 
Y, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):429-32 

BRACES 


Use of the Milwaukee brace for progressive idiopathic 
scoliosis. Noonan KJ, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 
Apr;78(4):557-67 


BRACHIAL PLEXUS 
Spinal anesthesia and 
Apr;82(4):873-4 


Anesth Amat 1996 A 1996 Apr 

Isolated metastases to nerves. Report of five cases 

Nov 1st brachial us. Meller I, et al. Cancer 1995 
6(10):1829-32 


Use of the phrenic nerve for brachial plexus 
Gu YD, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):119-21 
Nociceptive somatic nerve stimulation and skeletal muscle 
injury — systemic eo othe and oxygen 
utilization after resuscitation from 
nn a Ny Rady MY, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr; 
I penny te plex bay msg ook 
mmune us y: ve evidence for 
an inflammatory-immune pathogenesis. Suarez GA, et al. 
Sheaneinne 1996 Feb;46(2):559-61 
Obstetrical brachial plexus palsy: results following neurolysis 
of conducting neuromas-in-continuity. Clarke HM, et al. 


+l Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):974-82; discussion 
98 


BRACHIOCEPHALIC TRUNK 


Isolated innominate artery in asplenia syndrome with aortic 
atresia: newly cardiovascular complex. 

J, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):1042-4 

Stab wounds of the the innominate artery. Fulton, JO, et al. 

Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):851-3 


BRACHYTHERAPY 
cT T findings after 


nn we 


pelvic lymph node dissection 
radioactive seed implantation for 
A. carcinoma. Glajchen N, et al. 
AJR Am J ee 1996 May. 166(5): 1165-8 
Cobalt-60 treatment of choroidal hemangiomas. Zografos L, 
et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 eon 190-9 
Brachytherapy and continuous infusion 5-fluorouracil for 
treatment of locally advanced, lymph node negative, 
cancer: a phase I trial. See WA, et al. Cancer 1996 
1;77(5):924-7 
De The ey bomb: Harvey Cushing and 


Historical 
the interstitial irradiation of ee oe 
J Neurosurg. 1996 Mar,84(3):530- 


carcinoma fas pmo to the penis: magnetic 
and brachytherapy. Griffin JH, et al. 
y;155(5):1701-2 


BRADYCARDIA 


The mystery of bradyasystole during cardiac arrest. Ornato 
JP, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):576-87 (233 ref.) 


resonance 
J Urol 1996 


hizophrenic 
prominent negative symptoms. Wolkin A, et al. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):346-54 
Cerebral microregional oxygen balance during chronic versus 
acute hypertension in middle cerebral artery occluded rats. 
Chi OZ, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar 820). 587-9 
eens ea i 
— ¥- for ischemia. Hoffman WE, et al. 


Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):582-6 
enhances cyclic adenosine 


peatestion to Ge bate Cee a. anes not glia. 
JM, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 rr: 
are 


atly 


suppressed of volatile anesthetics. 
Rehberg B, et al. ~~ 1996 May;84(5):1223-33; 
discussion 27A 
Does the brain know when the heart is ischemic? 3-14 


1:124{11):995-8._ 

Silent ischemia as a central problem: regional brain activation 
compared in silent and painful myocardial ischemia 
[comment] Rosen SD, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1; 


1: 124(11):995-998. Comment on: Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 
1;124(11):1006-8. 
Cerebral oxygenation measured by near-infrared 
y: comparison with jugular bulb oximetry. 
mE, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):930-4 
Retrograde Cerebral Perfusion [letter] Ueda Y, et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 — 1043-4 
Clinical and biochemical effects of catecholamine depletion 
ee ee Miller 
HL, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry y a ae a 


stomography "and 


SL, 
Gen Paychistry 1996 May;53(5): 360-7 
Systematic yo te in cerebral glucose metabolic rate after 
successful beha’ 


treatment 
aemiaiantanitins disorder. Schwartz JM, et al. 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Feb, 53(2): 109-13 
Louis ED, et al. 





ities Parkinson 
disease [letter] Miaux Y. Arch Neurol 1996 May.53(5)402- 3 
Is_developmental dyslexia a ? 
Evidence from PET 
Feb;119 ( Pt 1):143-57 
Noun and verb retrieval b subjects. Studies with 
——— E, et al. Beate 199 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1):159-79 
(85 ref.) 
Distinctive i histochemical of small heat shock 
oe shock protein 27 and — yom to in 
tumors. Hitotsumatsu T, 


uman brain , et al. Cancer 
Jan 15;77(2): 352-61 
Predilection of brain metastasis in gray and white matter 
junction and vascular border zones. Hwang TL, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1551-5 
resonance imaging and magnetic 
SS ee of acute lym 
leukemia treated with cranial irradiation. Laitt 
Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1846-52 
distri 


disconnection syndrome’ 
. Paulesu E, et al. Brain 1996 





137(4):1272- 5 
Distribution of follistatin messenger 
rat brain: implications for a role in the regulation of central 
reproductive functions. Macconell LA, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):2150-8 
Differential a of genes encodin, 
hormone 





(pro- and 
> convertases (PCI and PC2) in rat brain 
neurons: implications for differential pooee 
pro-TRH. Pu LP, et al. Endocrinology 
137(4):1233-41 
ponte induces the 


prothy 


lation of the cAMP 
element bindi in rat brain. Zhou Y, et 
al. ‘Endocrinology 1996 y; 137(5):2163-6 
aca : demyelineti 


4] primary 
and motor disease induced by the central nervous system 
uction of interleukin-3 in t nic mice. Chiang CS, 








Different origins of expanded repeats for Haw River 


of 
1996 Apr; 


BRAIN CHEMISTRY 


woke May S3anGoIOy Io 


ses commons} Brest Md at al Mags 3 haed 190 dee 
13;334(24):1568-72. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 
13;334(24):1602-4. 
Topography of 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5): 1422-30 
between multiple sclerosis in India and the 
United States: a case-control study. Bansil S, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Ane a oll 
verbal episodic memory in Suneknes 
et al. Rewology 1996 Mars6(3}082-700 
Trimethoprim and sulfonamide-associated 
i with MRI correlates. Blumenfeld H, 


et al. 1996 Feb;46(2):556-8 
1 in the nevoid basal-cell 


Potter NT. et al. Reka op 


1996 Feb; 


ystrophy of late onset. Knopman 
* et ene 


CF, et al. 
Neurology 1996 caer ‘Lipps 
Prospective 
—- with 


aging: pres’ and very mild 
Tite Gann. “Morris C, et al. Neuelogy 1956 Man 
46(3):707-19 
Craniotopic defects of smooth pursuit and saccadic 
movement. Morrow MJ I Neurology 1’ 1996 Feb;46(2):514- 1 

1 rhesus 


, and bioc i 
1996 Feb;46(2):492-8 
Human brain GABA levels rise after initiation of vigabatrin 
therapy but fail to rise further with increasing dose. Petroff 
OA, et al. Neurology 1996 ages ey 
Inflammatory 


trigeminal neurinoma. Rorick MB, et ede 1 
May;46(5):1455-7 
Involvement of the —_— matter in hypomelanosis of Ito 
(incontinentia pi; iti achromiens). Ruggieri M, et al. 
Neurology 1996 ‘eb; 46(2):485-92 
Serial ga d MRI of the brain and spinal cord 
- carly iioaeiie multiple sclerosis. Thorpe JW, 
al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):373-8 
Brain _ chatine-contaiaing compounds are elevated in 
ve patients before the onset of AIDS dement 
com) A proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic 
study. home I, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):783-8 
Central motor loop oscillations in parkinsonian resting tremor 
revealed by y. Volkmann J, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1359- 
Exploration of intracranial structures endoscopically through 
Tutino M. Plast Reconstr Surg | 


;97(5):1027-33 
Alzheimer disease: improved visual interpretation of PET 
images by using three-dimensional stereotaxic surface 
projections. Burdette JH, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):837-43 
Reference — for oblique axial 
Otake S, et al 





MR — 4 of > brain. 
. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):906- 


Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3):248- 51 


BRAIN ABSCESS 


William Macewen and the treatment of brain abscesses: 
revisited after one hundred Canale DJ. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1): 133-42 

Cure of a solitary brainstem abscess with antibiotic therapy: 
case report. Fulgham JR, et al. Neurology 1996 May; 

46(5):1451-4 (10 ref.) 


BRAIN CHEMISTRY 


Clinical and biochemical effects of catecholamine depletion 
on an t-induced remission of depression. Miller 
HL, et Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Feb;53(2):117-28 

Distribution of follistatin messenger ribonucleic acid in the 
rat brain: implications for a role in the regulation of central 
reproductive functions. Macconell LA, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):2150-8 is 

ynaptic dopaminergic deficits in Lesch-Ny' disease 
[see comments] Ernst M, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 
13;334(24):1568-72. Comment in: N Eng! J Med 1996 Jun 
13;334(24):1602-4. 

New approaches to understanding Lesch-Ny 
(editorial; comment] Nyhan WL, et al. N Engl 
Jun 13;334(24):1602-4. Comment on: N Engl 
Jun 13;334(24):1568-72. 


Pres 





BRAIN CONCUSSION 


BRAIN CONCUSSION 
Post-concussion syndrome amy Young WB, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1488 


BRAIN DAMAGE, CHRONIC 


Judge allows baby to die in peace [news] Dyer C. BMJ 1996 
Apr 13;312(7036):928 
attention in patients with frontal or 


yee O, et al. Brain 1996 Feb: 

posterior brain . Godefroy O, et al. " 
119 ( Pt 1):191-202 
in children with chronic 


Staiano A, et al. i Ole Dis Sei 1996, May. 


giionkos 


ender Ay Ayus IC et A oa ey 1996 Feb Petey a8 


BRAIN DISEASES 
Monoclonal B-cell population + | 7 in a 


patient with m sclerosis. Y ; 

Arch Pathol eros 1996 Mani2nzIs8. 

Cerebral 's disease [clinical conference] BMJ 1996 

Feb 10;31 17):371-3 

Cerebral dem syndrome in a patient treated with 

5-fluorouracil and levamisole. The use of thallium SPECT 
to assist in noninvasive 


imaging vasive diagnosis——a Case report 
Savarese DM, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):387-94 
Chronic encapsulated hematoma in association 
with gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery for a cerebral 
arteriovenous malformation. Case report. Kurita H, et al. 
oy Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):874-8 
Brain tissue pressure gradients created by ¢ frontal 
epidural mass lesion. Wolfla CE, et al. J 1996 
Apr;84(4):642-7 
The spectrum of septic 
and mortalities. 
Ps arions?0-3 
:347(9009)-1158- year-old. Singh UK, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 
“tt 3470 1158 
associated with 


cobalamin deficienc 
“Chanterjes A, et nf Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):832-4 
ve familial leukod y of late onset. 
996 Feb;46(2):429-34 


encephalopathy. Definitions, 
Eidelman LA, et al. JAMA 1996 





ypertrophic 
Tanaka M, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):554-6 
Cerebral angiography complications link cerebral autosomal 
dominant arteriopathy with subcortical 
hy to familial hemiplegic 
Weller M, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):844 


BRAIN EDEMA 


Isoflurane, eo 
J. 


infarcts and 





thiopental, and brain edema [letter] 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):672 
In vivo MRI and its ya correlates in acute adoptive 


Senetiedinad ialienaelios ond neduna’ Mdanisany SP, 

et al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1):239-48 
Characterization - of edema by diffusion-wei 

experi traumatic brain injury. Ito 

J —— 1996 Jan;84(1)-97-103 
Edema from in hemorrhage: the role of thrombin. 
Lee KR, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):91-6 


BRAIN INJURIES 
a ony on the use of bolus intrathecal baclofen 


ia due to Pipe Med I wired brain injury 
Miller IM, ca et al. Arch Rehabil 1996 May, 
ypotension. A serious problem in the 
managemen head injury. Winchell RJ, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 May;131(5):533-9; discussion 539 
Brain injury rehabilitation: jaw jaw not war war. Bamji AN. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):916-7 
Resuscitation from severe brain trauma. Rosomoff HL, 
al. Crit Care Med 1996 Feb;24(2 Suppl):S48-56 (69 wel) 
Good Samaritan sur; wrongly accused of contributing 
to President in's death: an experimental study of the 
President's fatal wound. Lattimer JK, et al. 
J Am Coll Surg 1996 May;182(5):431-48 
Localization of monocyte chemoattractant peptide-1 
expression in the central nervous system in experimental 
autoimmune encephalomyelitis and trauma in the rat. 
Berman JW, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):3017-23 
Neurosurg 1996 


Errors in statistical analysis [letter] Hill SA. J 
Apr;84(4):713-4 

pp a pens gh ym any ted i ing in 
J 


traumatic brain injury. Ito 
1996 Jan;84(1):97-103 
Combined fetal neural transplantation and nerve wth 
factor infusion: effects on neurological outcome following 


42 


ted imaging in 
, et al. 


injury in the rat. Sinson G, et al. 
3 Necosary 1996 Apr-84(4¥653-62 
ee ee 
i dela hemic sym 


indicator of yed isc’ 
J Neurosurg 1996 May; sas). 
ew 


Frontal lobe injuries, and aggression: a , ed 
the Vietnam Head Injury Study. Grafman J, et 
Peterson DI. 


as a predictable 
Taneda M, et al. 


Neurology 1996 May:463) 1231-8 
Mild traumatic brain in 
Neurology rology 1996 May; y-4643): 1488- 


BRAIN MAPPING 
Changes in — os ey oe oe 


Brain Soe Fe Feb. 119 { ( Pt_1):89-100 


of the primary sensorimotor cortex 
resonance imaging. Pujol J, et al. 
Tenbaiy TIS 


primary motor cortex [letter] Foundas AL, et 
. 1996 May;46(5):1491-2 
Does the central sulcus divide motor and sensory functions? 
ee ee ee Se 
electrical stim 


subdural grid electrodes. Nii 
Y, et al. ae ay 1996 Feb;46(2):360-7 
BRAIN NEOPLASMS 


The treatment of patients with recurrent brain metastases. 
A retrospective analysis of 109 patients with nonsmall cell 
lung cancer. Arbit E, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):765-73 

What is the etiology of human brain tumors? A report on 
the first Lebow conference. Brem S, et al. Cancer 1995 
Aug ~ pn 

a 1 


mental rotation. A 
Cohen MS, et al. 


ystem gy [see comments] 
BR, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):328-32. 
Gumae in: Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):163-6. 
Importance of complete staging in gy lymphoma 
[ng as a cerebral mass Ferreri AJ, et al. 
Cancer | Mar 1;77(5):827-33 
Is chemotherapy effective therapy for intracranial immature 
teratoma? A case . Garré ML, et al. Cancer 1996 
Mar 1;77(5):977-82 


What is the etiology of human brain tumors? [letter] Hardell 
L, et al. Camcer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):1006-9 
Improved ‘ong term survival after intracavitary interleukin-2 
and | Le pat germ killer cells for adults with 
recurrent ede 32, glioma. Hayes RL, et al. Cancer 1995 
Sep 1;76(5): 
Distinctive immunohistoc hemical profiles of small heat shock 
(heat shock protein 27 and alpha B-crystallin) in 
uman brain tumors. Hitotsumatsu T, et al. Cancer 1996 
Jan 15 15;77(2):352-61 
tion of brain metastasis in gray and white matter 
junction and vascular border zones. Hwang TL, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1551-5 
Molecular analysis at the NF1 locus in astrocytic brain 
tumors. Jensen S, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 15;76(4):674-7 
Microvessel density is a prognostic indicator for patients with 
astroglial brain tumors. Leon SP, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 
15;77(2):362-72 
Metastatic neuroblastoma in children older than one year: 
prognostic significance of the initial 
i scan and for a scorin 


proposal 
system. Suc A, “et al. eer: 1996 Feb 15;77(4):805-11 
significance of Ki-67 labeling indices obtained 
using MIB-1 





in patients with 


monoclonal antibody 
Wakimoto H, et al. Cancer 


supratentorial astroc 
1996 Jan 15;77(2):373-80 
Tumor suppression and inhibition of aneuploid cell 
accumulation in human brain tumor cells by ectopic 
overex — of the er ~ kinase inhibitor 
p27KIPi. Chen J, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 
97(8): 1983-8 
Long-term outcome after operation for tri neuralgia 
-- — with posterior fossa tumors. Barker FG 2nd, 
J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):818-25 
Redistion response and survival time in patients with 
oo multiforme. Barker FG 2nd, et al. 
Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):442-8 
Surgery versus radiosurgery P - treatment of brain 
metastasis. Bindal AK, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May; 
84(5):748-54 


Cranial chordomas in children and adolescents. Borba LA, 
et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):584-91 (57 ref.) 
Use of intraoperative ultrasound for localizing tumors and 
pe pare the extent of resection: a comparative study 
resonance i Hammoud MA, et al. 
rs ts ys 1996 May;84(5): 37-41 
Central neurocytoma: proliferative potential and biological 
behavior. Kim DG, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May; 
84(5):742-7 
necrosis or recurrence [letter] Levivier M, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):148-9 
Modulation effects of hexamethylene bisacetamide on growth 
and differentiation of olen’ human mali, i 
cells. Li XN, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):851-8 
Central nervous system medulloepithelioma: a series of eigh 
cases including two arising in the pons. Molloy PT, et 4 
J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):430-6 (45 ref.) 


Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in ! 
ial tumors: a multicenter study. Negendank WG . 


J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):449-58 
: The radi 


RNA expression of connexin43 in 

astrocytomas: tions in brain tumor gene therapy. 
Shinoura N, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May, 84(5):839_45. 
846 


postoperative surveillance imaging in 
~~ ye PE with some common brain tumors. 
J Neurosurg 1996 May; 84(5): 72632 
patty ‘stimulation of human meningioma cells 
by platelet-derived wth factor. Todo T, et al. 
J sine 1996 y;84(5):852-8; discussion 858-9 
Psychosocial functioning and quality of life in patients with 
primary brain tumors. Weitzner MA, et al. J Neurosurg 
1996 Jan;84(1):29-34 
Brain tumor recurrence in children treated with 
hormone: the National tive Growth Study 
experience. Moshang T Jr, et al. J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 
Pt 2):S4-7 
Cardiac myxomas [letter] Kairemo KJ, et al. 
oe J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1407-8; discussion 
1408- 
-— infiltration of primary CNS oe yeuheme. Bashir R, et 
al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):440-4 
The human primary motor cortex [letter] Foundas AL, et 
al. 1996 May;46(5):1491-2 
a AVM [letter] Jeret JS, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 
46(2):591 
Anti-Yo-associated paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration 
in a man with adenocarcinoma of unknown origin 
Krakauer J, et al. Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1486-7 
Gliomatosis cerebri. del Carpio-O Donovan R, et al. 
Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):831-5 


the 


BRAIN STEM 


Suppression of luteinizing hormone pulses by restriction of 
ucose availability is mediated by sensors in the brain stem. 
urahashi K, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1171-6 

Cure of a solitary brainstem abscess with antibiotic therapy: 

case report. Fulgham JR, et al. Neurology 1996 May; 
46(5):1451-4 (10 ref.) 

Brainstem AVM [letter] Jeret JS, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 

46(2):591 


BRAIN TISSUE TRANSPLANTATION 


Long-term outcome of unilaterally transplanted parkinsonian 

mais I. Clinical approach. Defer GL, et al. Brain 1996 
eb;119 ( Pt 1):41-50 

Chromaffin cell survival and host do py fiber 
recovery in a patient with Parkinson's treated by 
cografts of adrenal medulla and pretransected peripheral 
nerve. Case report. Date I, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 
84(4):685-9 (33 ref.) 

Combined fetal neural transplantation and nerve 
factor infusion: effects on neurolo 
fluid-percussion brain injury in t 
J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):655-62 

Survival and proliferation of nonneural 
obstruction of cerebral ventricles, in a jan patient 
treated with fetal allografts. Folkerth RD, et al. 

Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1219-25 


BREAST 


Stereotaxic large-core biopsy after failed surgical excision. 
DiPiro PJ, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May; 
166(5):1192-3 

Atypical ductal hy; lasia from stereotactic core biopsy of 
the breast [letter] Montgomery S. 

AJR Am J 1996 May;166(5):1230 

Results of needle localized breast biopsy in women under 
age 50. Lein BC, et al. Am J Surg 1996 Mar;171(3):356-9 

Experiments on proliferation of normal human breast tissue 
Cee eee 20 ae Se Ee eee One ant 
stimulate breast cells [letter] Pike MC, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 Apr;i37(4):1505-6 

— reduction of breast should be enough for insurance 

¢ of reduction mammaplasty [letter] Kayar R. 
Surg 1996 May;97(6):1312 

Burn —y a reconstructed breast [letter] Lejour M. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May:97(6):1306-7 

Curettage: an alternative to tomy after breast implant 
removal [letter] Siegel RJ. ee Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(4):870-1 

Stereotaxic core needle biopsy of breast microcalcifications: 
correlation of target accuracy and diagnosis with lesion 
size. Mainiero MB, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):665-9 

Automatic motion correction for breast MR imaging. Zuo 
CS, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):903-6 

Massive asymmetric virginal breast hypertrophy. Netscher 
DT, et al. South Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):434-7 


BREAST DISEASES 
Blastomycosis of the breast [letter] Propeck PA, et al. 
Roentgenol 


AJR Am J 1996 Mar;166(3):726 
and benign clustered microcalcifications: 


wth 
outcome following 
rat. Sinson G, et al. 


tissues, with 


Malignant 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





automated feature analysis 
al. Radiology 1996 rm rw -8 


BREAST FEEDING 


Breast feeding should be aoe health 
[letter] Nicoll A. 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):312 
Breast-feeding still faces many roadblocks, national survey 
finds. Sullivan P. Cam Med Assoc J 1996 May 15; 
154(10): say 
Transmission of HIV-1 in the breast- wend 
| SD od leet Mar;96(3):26 ag oe 275-6 
) 
Prospective assessment of breastfeeding and breast cancer 
89,887 women. Michels KB, et _— 
17;347(8999):43 1-6 
biphenyl/dioxin exposure and 
type on infants’ mental and psychomotor 
it. Koopman-Esseboom C, et al. Pediatrics 1996 


1 to increase the duration of 
ion wih A al. Pediatrics 1996 May; 
pw 


BREAST IMPLANTS 


Kikuchi's —— lymphadenitis associated 
with ruptured mynnny Bio implant. Sever CE, +t al. 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1990 Aneia0 ;120(4):380-5 

Shattuck Lecture—evaluating the heal health risks of breast 
implants: the interplay of medical science, the law, and 
pa wy Angell M. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6; 

34(23):1513-8 

The neurom 


neuromythology of silicone breast implants. Rosenberg 
NL. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):308-14 
Textured or smooth implants for submuscular breast 
augmentation: a controlled study. Asplund O, et al. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May:97(6): 1200-6 


of nona ted 


t levels. Evans GR, et al. 
yon) 1207-18 


jour M 
Reconstr Surg 1996 May;97(6):1306-7 
assays with low-bleed silicone gel implants 
] Peters W, et al. Plast 
97(6):1311-2 


Surg 1996 May; 
ts. Philli aw, et al. 
ay:97%(6): 1215- 


dent 
AN. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May. 97(6):1307 
Idiosyncratic allergic reaction to textured saline implants. 
WH, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(4):820-3 
Internal . aamepey following explantation. Scioscia PJ, et 
ray : Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):1014-9; discussion 
Curettage: an alternative to y after breast implant 
removal [letter] Siegel RJ. Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
wigyeeite | filler used in 


97(4):870-1 

Bleed of and biologic response to 
radiolucent breast implants. ahs it 
_— Surg 1996 May - ee discussion 
1 

In vitro measurement of silicone bleed from breast im i. 
Yu LT, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(4):756-64 

Is there liability with chemotherapy following immediate 
breast construction? Yule GJ, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 
1996 Apr;97(5):969-73 

Diagnostic value of clinical examination and various imaging 
techniques for breast implant ure as determined in 81 
— having implant removal. Netscher DT, et al. 

Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):397-404 


BREAST NEOPLASMS 
—s ductal te a ema from ; eee core biopsy of 


an Ae Am J —— 1996 Ray: 166(5):1230 
Current management of breast cancer. Phillips DM, et al. 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Feb en (36 ref.) 

breast 


Body weight: estimation of risk endometrial 
Ballard- al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 


cancers. Barbash R, et 
Mar;63(3 oo 437S-41S (8. ref.) 
ractal analysis of lesions: a feasibility — 
the difference between and 
masses. Velanovich V. Am J Med Sci 1996 
311(5):211-4 
Tracking community sentinel events: breast cancer mortality 
and hood risk for advanced-stage tumors in 
Denver. Andres TL, et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):717-22 
Results of needle localized breast biopsy women under 
age 50. Lein BC, et al. Am J Surg 1996 Mari71G) 336-3 
The effect of anesthesia type on needle localization breast 


biopsy: another point of view. MZ, et al. 
Am J Surg 1996 Feb;171(2):242-3 
Breast cancer in black women. Moormeier J. 

Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):897-905 (98 ref.) 


] Roven 


quantifyi 


F see 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Apr 8;156(7):741-4 
Multimodal-therapy breast salvage in the urban poor with 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


locally advanced cancer. Boddie AW, et al. Arch Surg 1996 
Apr;131(4):424-9 
The new era in breast cancer. Invasion, size, and nodal 
involvement dramatically decreasing as a result of 
mammographic screening. Cady B, et al. Arch Surg 1996 
WF goes - 301-8 
preservation during breast-conserving 
y for subareolar breast carcinomas. Dale PS, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):430-3 
A phase I of recombinant human interleukin-11 
(neumega nIL-11 growth factor) in women with breast 
cancer receiving chemotherapy. Gordon MS, et al. 
Blood 1996 May 1;87(9): 3615-24 
Adverse life events and breast cancer. Other studies have 
found no association [letter] Barraclough J. BMJ 1996 Mar 
30;312(7034):845 
surgeons and survival in breast cancer. Large 
differences in survival are not e: [letter] Baum M. 
BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039):1155 
Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Side effects may have 
been overstated [letter] Baum M. BMJ 1996 Apr 20; 
312(7037):1036 
Reservations about conservative surgery for early breast 
cancer [letter] Benson EA. B 1996 Mar 30; 
312(7034):845-6 


hy screening: an incremental cost effectiveness 

analysis of double versus single of mammo; 
Brown J, et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):809-12 

Specialist surgeons and survival in breast cancer. Case 
selection bias affected results [letter] Campbell I. BMJ 1996 
May 4;312(7039):1156 

Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Multicentre trial should 
be welcomed [letter] Corder AP. BMJ 1996 Apr 20; 
312(7037):1037 


Specialist surgeons and survival in breast cancer. A 
multidiscipli approach is needed [letter] Dixon JM, et 
al. BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039):1155-6 

Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Recruitment into studies 
ery um duration of treatment must continue 
[letter] , et ‘ct al BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1036-7 

Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Clinicians must share 
knowledge with their patients more readily [letter] 
Goodare H. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1037 

US doctors warned about test for breast cancer gene [news] 
Josefson D. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1057-8 

Neglected aspects of false positive findings of mammography 
in breast cancer screening: analysis of false positive cases 
from the Stockholm trial. Lidbrink E, et al. BMJ 1996 
Feb 3;312(7026):273-6 

Psychological support for patients undergoing breast cancer 

surgery: a niin study. McArdle JM, et al. BMJ 1996 
Mar 30;312(7034):813-6 

Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Local research ethics 
committees should review their approval of prevention trial 
[letter] Read C. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1036 

Adverse life events and breast cancer. Association may be 
due to imbalance in ratio of adrenal androgens to 

ucocorticoid [letter] Reed MJ, et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 30; 
12(7034):845 

Specialist surgeons and survival in breast cancer. Breast 
cancer is a medical, not a sur, , disease [letter] Sikora 
K. BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039):11 55 

Specialist surgeons and survival in breast cancer. More 

centralisation of services is not needed [letter] Sizer B, et 
al. BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039):1156 

= breast and ovarian cancer clinics should be staffed 

me nurses [letter] Stoll BA. BMJ 1996 Apr 6; 
31207035) 


a and survival in breast cancer. Protocols 
t [letter] Williams JG. BMJ 1996 May 4; 
312000 9):1156 

Hormone lacement therapy and cancer: an 
overview. riault RL. Br J Obstet eed 1996 May; 
103 Suppl 13:87-90; discussion 90-1 (17 ref.) 

Conferences point to growing concern about possible links 
between breast cancer, environment. Robson B. 

Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15;154(8):1253-5 

The emerging role of the physician in genetic counselling 
and testing for heritable breast, ovarian and colon cancer. 
Taylor KM, et al. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15; 
154(8):1155-8 (23 ref.) 

Throm! in and transforming growth factor-beta 1 
increase expression of urokinase-type plasminogen 
activator and activator inhibitor-1 in human 
MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells. Arnoletti JP, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Sep 15;76(6):998-1005 

Phase II study of oral et ide for patients with advanced 
breast cancer. Atienza DM, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15; 
76(12):2485-90 (39 ref.) 

Effects of a very low fat, high fiber diet on serum hormones 
and menstrual function. Implications for breast cancer 
prevention. D, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15; 
76(12):2491-6 

Reproductive history and prognosis in patients with operable 
breast cancer [letter] Brower ST, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 
1;76(3):531-3 

Sequential assessment of multidrug resistance phenotype and 
area of S-phase fraction as predictive markers of 

cancer r to neoadjuvant chemotherapy 
Chevilland S, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):292-300 

Prognostic factors in elderly women with metastatic breast 

cancer treated with tamoxifen: an analysis of patients 








open Domenge 

7(5):956-63 

Meningeal carcinomatosis in patients with breast carcinoma. 
Clinical features, prognostic factors, and results of a 
high-dose intrathecal methotrexate regimen. Fizazi K, et 
al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1315-23 

Connl carves ae ies @ ae log 
cancer in patients treated with paclitaxel. Freilich RJ, et 
al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15; 1602): 232-6 

Proliferative rate by S-phase measurement may affect cure 
of breast carcinoma. Gamel JW, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 
15;76(6): 1009-18 

ee oS ee 
3 patients with breast Gamel 
JW, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1459-64 

Hormone receptor status of breast tumors in black, Hispanic, 
and non-Hispanic white women. An analysis of 13,239 
cases. Gapstur SM, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1465-71 

Malignant breast masses detected only by ultrasound. A 
retrospective review. Gordon PB, et al. 1995 Aug 
15;76(4):626-30 

Delaying the initiation of intact breast irradiation for patients 
with lymph node positive breast cancer increases the risk 
of local recurrence. Hartsell WF, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 
15;76(12):2497-503 

Conditional a of 56,268 patients wi t cancer. 
Henson DE, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15; ee 237-42 

The detection of breast carcinoma micrometastases in axillary 
lymph nodes by means of reverse transcrij ymerase 
chain reaction [letter] Hoon DS, et al. 1995 Aug 
1;76(3):533-5 

Com of p53 gene abnormalities in bilateral and 
unilateral breast cancer. Kinoshita T, et al. Cancer 1995 
Dec 15;76(12):2504-9 

Timing of weight gain and breast cancer risk. Kumar NB, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):243-9 

The expression of insulin-like growth factor and its binding 
protein mRNA in the endometrium of postmenopausal 
patients with breast cancer receiving tamoxifen. 
Laatikainen TJ, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1406-10 

The prognostic value of lymphatic and blood vessel invasion 
in operable breast cancer. Lauria R, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 
15;76(10):1772-8 

Multiple cycles of high dose chemotherapy su; by 
hematopoietic progenitor cells as treatment for patients 
with advanced malignancies. Long GD, et al. Cancer 1995 
Sep 1;76(5):860-8 

Hereditary breast cancer: pathobiology, prognosis, and 
BRCAI and BRCA2 gene li ¢ [see comments] Marcus 
JN, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):697-709. Comment in: 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):599-601. 

Social support and survival among women with breast 
cancer. Maunsell E, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 15;76(4):631-7 

Benefits versus risks from mammography: a critical 
reassessment [see comments] Mettler FA, et al. Cancer 1996 
Mar 1;77(5):903-9 (49 ref.). Comment in: Cancer 1996 Mar 
1;77(5):818-22. 

Progression of fibroadenoma to  phyllodes 
demonstrated by clonal analysis. Noguchi S, et al 
Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1779-85 

BRCAI. A new marker in the ement of patients with 
breast cancer? [editorial; comment] Offit K. 996 
Feb 15;77(4):599-601. Comment on: Cancer 1996 Feb 
15;77(4):697-709. 

Chromosome abnormalities in bilateral breast carcinomas. 
Cytogenetic evaluation of the clonal origin of multiple 

primary - Pandis N, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15; 
be ay f anal biol fil 

A my of quantitative ysis to biologic profile 
pe wae neh in breast cancer. Querzoli P, et al. Cont 1995 
Dec 15;76(12):2510-7 

Body mass and breast cancer. Relationship between method 
of detection and stage of disease. Reeves MJ, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):301-7 

The treatment and prognosis of patients with phyllodes tumor 
of the breast: an analysis of 170 cases. Reinfuss M, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):910-6 

Malignant pleural mesothelioma after radiation therapy for 
breast cancer. A report of two additional patients. Shannon 
VR, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):437-41 

Racial differences in survival of female breast cancer in the 
Detroit metropolitan area. Simon MS, et al. Cancer 1996 
Jan 15;77(2):308-14 

The importance of the lumpectomy surgical margin status 
in long-term results of breast conservation. Smitt MC, et 
al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):259-67 

Thermography. Its relation to pathologic characteristics, 
vascularity, proliferation rate, and survival of patients with 
invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast. Sterns EE, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1324-8 

Evaluation of chromosome aneuploidy in tissue sections of 
preinvasive breast carcinomas using interphase 
cytogenetics. Visscher DW, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15; 
77(2):315-20 

Ethnic differences in risk and prognostic factors for breast 
cancer. Weiss SE, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):268-74 


tumor 





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for women 
and eat less fat. lowa Women’s 
S, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15; 


of the type I 


breast cancer risk 
1996 Apr 17;275(15):1158; 


uctal carcinoma in situ of the 
1996 May 15; 


of breast clinical conference] 

O'Shaughnessy JA. JAMA 1996 1996 May 1;275(17):1349-53 

A 47-year-old woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 

breast [letter] Tinger A, et al. JAMA 1996 May 15; 
a: 


for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast [letter] 
. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1260 
Informed consent and BRCA| mutation detection in archived 
tumor i [letter] Garvin AM, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1189 
Impact of adjuvant therapy on quality of life in women with 
i = breast cancer. International Breast 
Cancer Stud . Hiirny C, et al. Lancet 1996 May 
11; anil came 
women: a different 
1996 Mar 30; 


~perapertive." Margolese'R . hs ~ & 
planaosyat2 (8 ref) 


eae my YY breastfeeding and breast 
Lancet 1936 Feb 17 7 women. Michels KB, et al. 
— 1996 Feb 17; Sa1G999)1- 


—a = carcinoma-in-situ of the breast 
Oxley DK. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010): 1259 
‘erminology for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast 
ag AY C, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1259 
limb disease in women treated for breast cancer [letter] 
A. Lancet 1996 Feb 17; ~~; <™ 


for carcinoma-in-situ of the pai 
, et al. Lancet 1996 May 43473010) 
for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast 


, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010): 1259°60" 
New Austrian mutation in = oe detected in three 
unrelated i TM, et “al. 


HBOC families ] 
Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1263 
to increase breast and cervical cancer screening 
women in a midwestern community. Kelly 
Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):437-44 
risk of breast cancer [letter] Blackburn 
—— N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1606; 


AW, et al 


surgery stage breast cancer [ 
comments] Recht A, et al. ee Pe ees 
334(21):13 1. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996 May 
23;334(21):1397-9. 
i h to the treatment of early breast 
ial; one Thiirlimann B, et al. 
ade 23;334(21):1397-9. Comment on: 
y 23;334(21):1356-61. 
breast cancer [letter <a AR, 
7 Med. 1996 Jun 13; a 
flaps in eo 


icrocalcifications: 
ysis and classification. Jiang Y, et 
;198(3):671-8 
contrast agent for color Doppler US: effect on 
Kedar RP, et al. 


ae 


Cady B. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Feb;76(1):25-34 

Controversy in breast reconstruction. Corral CJ, et al. 

Surg Cia North Am 1996 Ape 76) 308-26 (6 ref) 

Breast cancer DiFronzo 

al. Surg Clin North Am 1996 vy tite ret (45 ref. 4 

Cees © So wupuent & ¢ uctal carcinoma in situ. 

H KS, et Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 

T6(H).243-65 (16 ref.) 

Locally advanced breast cancer. Hunt KK, 
. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr;76(2): 393-410 (56 ref.) 
's disease of the nipple-areola Jamali FR, et 
. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr;76(2):365-81 (82 ref.) 

and 


treatment 1 

1996 Apr;7 ee (99 ref.) 

Surg Clin North Am = 1996 Nenneaall s (88 a. 
The current role of ylactic mastectomy. 

et al. Surg Clin North 1996 Apr, 76(2)231-42 (51 wi 
Breast sarcoma. Moore MP, et al. Surg Clin North Am 1996 


The woman at high risk for breast cancer. Importance of 
DL. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 
76(2): ref.) 
Inherited breast cancer. Radford DM, et al. 
Surg Clin North Am 1996 ee (99 ref.) 
Adjuvant Someaeney in the ive breast cancer 
—-. Styblo TM, et al. Surg Clin Am 1996 Apr; 
'6(2):327-41 (26 ref.) 
Breast cancer in young women. Winchester DP. 
Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr;76(2):279-87 (72 ref.) 
Vascular endothelial growth factor and platelet-derived 
_— factor are potential angiogenic and 
factors in human breast cancer. Anan K, et al. Surgery 
1996 Mar;119(3):333-9 


BREAST NEOPLASMS, MALE 
BRCAI and BRCA2 ¢ [see comments] Marcus 
JN, et al. Cancer |! ;77(4):697-709. Comment in: 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4): 3 
Breast cancer in men. Donegan WL, et al. 
Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 760) 543-63 (126 ref.) 


BREATH TESTS 


detector device versus detection of end-tidal 
carbon dioxide level in emergency intubation. 
WP, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May:27(5):595-9 


BREECH PRESENTATION 


Feasibility of a randomized controlled trial of planned 

cesarean section versus planned vaginal delivery for | breech 
presentation at term ] Hannah ME, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1393-4 


BROAD LIGAMENT 


Steroid cell tumor of the broad ligament arising in an 
accessory ovary. Roth LM, et al. 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr;120(4):405-9 


BRONCHI 


Ozone enhances the a wy Be 
tracheobronchial epithelial cells in organ culture. Churg 
Snes Ames Hage Sie Cpe See ae Agape 
1):1 

Delayed bronchial stenosis after blunt chest trauma. Dowd 
NP, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1078-81 

A method for assessing small ver independent of 
inspiratory capacity. Preutthipan A, 

Arch Environ Health 1996 Ne Feesi(ly47- 51 

“aug ————- clinical correlates of the 

of sarcoidosis by transbronchial 10(0) 364-8 Hsu RM, 
yy Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr;120(4) 

Cell type accuracy of bronchial , 
lung cancer [see comments] una JJ, et al. Chest 1996 
May; 10%5):1199-203. Comment in: Chest 1996 
May; 109(5):1138-9. 

Treatment of left pneumonectomy syndrome with an 
expandable endobronchial prosthesis. Cordova FC, et al. 
Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):567-70 

Smear negative, culture positive AFB bronchial washings. 
Infection control ey [letter] Gurevich I, et : 
Chest 1996 May;109%5):1410-1 

Comparison of quantitative cultures to semiquantitative 
cultures of bronchoscopic protected specimen 

samples. Middleton RM 3rd- et al. Chest 1996 May; 
109 5):1204-9 

Discordance of tumor diagnosis for bronchial biopsies 
[editorial; comment] Vollmer RT. Chest 1996 May; 
1095): 1138-9. Comment on: Chest 1996 May; 1095): 1199. 

In vivo neutralization of eosinophil-derived major basic 
protein inhibits antigen-induced bronchial hyperreactivity 
in sensitized guinea pigs. Lefort J, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb Brmophil “as 1117-21 

ulation in the presence of bronchial 

“epic ik Effect of cytokines and role of adhesion. 
akafuji S, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3980-5 
Mononuclear cell conditioned medium enhances bronchial 


epithelial cell migration but inhibits attachment to 
fibronectin. Ito H, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 May; 
127(5):494-503 

Strai; oe go> sete te 5 youn, a Shabb B, et al. 
J 1 May;40(5):827- 


BRONCHIAL DISEASES 


Delayed bronchial stenosis after blunt chest trauma. Dowd 
NP, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1078-81 

Silicone stents in the management of benign tracheobronchial 
stenoses. Tolerance and early its in 63 patients. 
Martinez-Ballarin JI, et al. Chest oo hee 626-9 

Virtual bronchoscopy. gee virtual reality 
endobronchial simulations to bronc 
findings. Vining DJ, et al. Chest 1996 F Feb; 109(2):549-53 


BRONCHIAL HYPERREACTIVITY 


Ae eeeciaten of game ents on neem ens 
1lq with atopy and bronchial hyperresponsiveness. W 
lJ, et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 
1):1280-4 
Aerosolized human neutrophil elastase induces airway 
constriction and hyperresponsiveness with protection by 
intravenous pretreatment with half-length secretory 
leukoprotease inhibitor. Suzuki T, et al. 
OO Ee eae ae 1):1405-11 
BAY 3405, a thromboxane A2 antagonist, reduces bronchial 
hyperresponsiveness in asthmatics. Aizawa H, et al. 
Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):338-42 
aa to chlorine inhalation among persons 
airway hyperreactivity. D'Alessandro A, 
et al. ‘Chest | 1996 Feb; 109): 331-7 
—- the bronchodilator response in elderly who have 
] Teramoto S. Chest 1996 Feb; 1092): 589-90 
Be pom te | fete oe 
eosinophil mobilization and bronchial hyperresponsiveness. 
Lefort J, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
97(3):788-99 
Influence of allergen avoidance on the 
airway inflammation in children with allergic 
Piacentini GL, et al. J Allergy Clin Guadl't 1996 May: 
97(5):1079-84 
Factors associated with increased bronchial responsiveness 
in adolescents and young adults: the im of 
adjustment for hallenge FEV1. Ulrik CS. 
J Allergy Clin | ree 1 Mar;97(3):761-7 
In vivo neutralization of Se major basic 
pam inhibits antigen-induced bronchial hyperreactivity 
in sensitized guinea pigs. Lefort J, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb 15;97(4):1117-21 


nae transfer of immediate hypersensitivity and airway 
hyperresponsiveness by allergen-specific immunoglobulin 
(Ig) E and IgGI in mice. Oshiba A, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1398-408 


BRONCHIAL NEOPLASMS 


Presentation of AIDS-related 
yy by bronchoscopy. Huang L, et al. 
Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Ans 15394 Pt 1):1385-90 
Endobronchial inflammatory polyp after thoracoabdominal 
surgery: a late complication of use of a 
endobronchial tube. Ikeda M, et al. 
1996 May;84(5):1234-6 

for localization and treatment of 


i's sarcoma 


Anesthesiology 
Use of somatostatin 
ACTH secreting bronchial carcinoid tumor 
Christin-Maitre S, et al. Chest 1996 Mar: 1050} 845-6 
co ae ee lipoma. Pinero A. 
Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May;111(5): 1104-5 


BRONCHIAL PROVOCATION TESTS 


Safety aspects of local endobronchial allergen challenge in 
asthmatic patients. Krug N, et al. 

Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1391-7 
Concentrations of methacholine for bronchial responsiveness 
according to symptoms, — and imanaenaienutin E 
in a —based study in a 

the European Asthma Study. Sunyer J, et al 

Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 1996 — Pt 1):1273-9 
Bronchoprovocation tests in the diagnosis of 

isocyanate-induced asthma. Banks DE, et al. Chest 1996 

a 109(5):1370-9 

and treatment of patients with normal results 
of pe challenge and unexplained respiratory 
symptoms. Joyce DP, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 109(3):697-701 


BRONCHIAL SPASM 


Bronc’ 
BMJ | 


induced by isotretinoin. Sabroe RA, et al. 
Apr 6.3 12(7035):886 


BRONCHIECTASIS 


Thin-section CT detection of emphysema associated with 
bronchiectasis and correlation with function 
tests. Loubeyre P, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):360-5 

Screening for bronchiectasis. A comparative study between 
chest radiography and high-resolution CT. van der 
Bruggen-Bogaarts BA, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 109(3):608-11 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





BRONCHIOLITIS 


Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May; 150(5):512-7 
Treatment of parainfluenza virus type 3 bronchiolitis and 
pneumonia in a cotton rat model usin 


and gl 
Mar;173(3):598-608 


antibody 


| Prince GA, et « J Dis 1996 


BRONCHIOLITIS OBLITERANS 
ee response _ low lung volumes predicts 


obliterans transplant 
Rajagopalan N, et al. Chest int Feb; 109(2):405-7 — 
BRONCHITIS 


Fine tuning of epi 
IgG 


dominance induced by lung cancer 
oe 


topic 
response to bovine betalac’ ulin: towards 
a paraneoplastic immune marker. Michils A, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):657-64 
lodinated glycerol has no effect on pulmonary function, 
symptom score, or sputum ies in patients with stable 
chronic bronchitis. Rubin BK, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 
109(2):348-52 


BRONCHOALVEOLAR LAVAGE 
FLUID 


Increased MCP-1, 
bronchoalveolar la 
Alam R, et al. Am J 
Pt 1):1398-404 

Tuberculosis in HIV-positive patients: ~~ response and 
immune activation in the lung. Law KF, e 
Am J Respir Crit Care Med | fApr;153(4 Pt i):1377-84 

—— variation in iron and . wr: proteins within 
t of smokers. Nelson ME, et 
Am J Crit Care Med 1996 oA 15304 Pt 1):1353-8 

Endothelin-1 expression in serum and _ bronchoalveolar 
lavage from patients with active Behcet's disease. 
Hamzaoui A, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Apr;35(4):357-8 

= value of sane BAL i ‘in diagnosing pulmonary 
infections in d patients. Jolis R, et al. 
Chest 1996 Mar; 109(3): 601-7 

Clara cell protein (CC-16) and surfactant-associated protein 
A (SP-A) in asbestos-ex workers. Lesur O, et al. 
Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):467-74 

Increased expression of platelet-derived growth factor A and 
insulin-like growth factor—t in BAL cells during the 
development of bleomycin-induced pulmonary fibrosis in 
mice. Maeda A, et al. Chest 1996 Mar, 1093): 780-6 

T lymphocytic and immature macrophage alveolitis in active 

tuberculosis. Schwander SK, et al 
J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1267-72 

Increase in the concentration of transforming growth factor 
beta-1 in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid before development 
of chronic lung disease of prematurity. Kotecha §, et al. 
J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):464-9 


BRONCHOCONSTRICTION 


Aerosolized human neutrophil elastase induces airway 
constriction and hyperresponsiveness with protection by 
intravenous pretreatment with a secretory 
leukoprotease inhibitor. Suzuki T, et 
Am J’ Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr.153(4 Pt 1):1405-11 

Asthma in athletes. Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction in 
figure skaters [editorial; comment] Corrao W. Chest 1996 
Feb. 109(2):298-9. Comment on: Chest 1996 
Feb; 109(2):312-5. 

Exercise-induced asthma in figure skaters [see comments] 
Mannix ET, et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):312-5. Comment 
in: Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):298. 

Bioassay of steroids steroids [letter Stempel DA. 

Clin Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):482-3 

Tachykinins mediate the potentiation of rr ~.? —induced 

bronchoconstriction ae. cold air in <a beed J gs. Yoshihara 
Immunol | Mar. 7 


RANTES, and MIP-lalpha_ in 
e fluid of allergic asthmatic patients. 
Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 











S, et al. J Allergy Clin 3):756-60 
BRONCHODILATOR AGENTS 


soo Airways Disease: Antimuscarinic Bronchodilator 
lings of a symposium. Tempe, Arizona, 
April 1993. Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):1S-70S 
An international perspective on anticholinergic therapy. 
a KR. Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):2S-4S (19 


ref.) 

Nebulized bronchodilators for outpatient management of 
stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Colice GL. 
Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):11S-18S 

Effectiveness of bronchodilators in cystic fibrosis. Cropp GJ. 
Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):19S-29S (38 ref.) 

A multicenter study of nebulized bronchodilator solutions 
in chronic obstructive disease. Friedman M. 
Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):30S-39S 

Addition of anticholinergic solution prolongs bronchodilator 
effect of beta 2 agonists in patients with chronic obstructive 
pulmonary disease. Levin DC, et al. Am J Med 1996 Jan 
29; 100(1 A):40S-48S 


Use of anticholinergic bronchodilation in children. Rubin 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


= et al. Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):49S-53S (40 
ref.) 
Isoetharine versus albuterol for acute asthma: 
immediate effect, but more side effects. Shrestha 
Am J Med 1996 Mar;100(3):323-7 
Optimal pharmacologic treatment of the critically ill patient 
with obstructive airways disease. Siefkin AD. 
Am J Med 1996 Jan 29; 100(1A): 54S-61S (37 ref.) 
Results of a multicenter study of nebulized inhalant 
bronchodilator solutions. Tashkin DP, et al. Am J Med 
1996 Jan 29;100(1A):62S-69 
Anti-inflammatory y reduces wheezing after 
bronchiolitis. Reijonen T, et al. 
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May;150(5):512-7 
Randomised study of n of | trials versus standard practice 
Mahon J, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038): 1069-74 
Bronchodilator response at low lung volumes predicts 
bronchiolitis obliterans in recipients. 
Rajagopalan N, et al. Chast 1998 Feds! 2):405-7 
Bioassay of steroids [letter] Stempel DA. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):482-3 
Nebulized budesonide is as effective as nebulized adrenaline 
in moderately severe croup. Fitzgerald D, et al. 
Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):722-5 


BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA 


Immature lung problems: can our nomenclature be more 
specific? Swischuk LE, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 
Apr; 166(4):917-8 

Effect of long-chain n-3 fatty acid supplementation on visual 
acuity and growth of preterm infents with and without 
broncho; oy Le. Carlson SE, et al. 

Am J y;63(5):687-97 

The use of thet Laval mask airway in children with 
bronchopulmonary dysplasia [letter] Mayhew JF, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):886-7 


BRONCHOPULMONARY 
SEQUESTRATION 


Extralobar sequestration presenting as massive hemothorax. 
Avishai V, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):843-5 


BRONCHOSCOPY 


Continuous ventilation during trans—laryngeal mask airway 
fiberoptic bronchoscope-aided tracheal intubation [letter] 
Chen L, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):891-2 

Continuous ventilation during transnasal fiberoptic 
bronchoscope-aided tracheal intubation [letter] Chen L, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):674 

A safer approach to retrograde-guided fiberoptic intubation 
—S Eidelman LA, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May; 

2(5): 

Bedside percutaneous tracheostomy with bronchoscopic 
guidance in critically ill patients. Fernandez L, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 Feb;131(2):129-32 

Bronchoscopic diagnosis of solitary pulmonary nodules and 
lung masses in the absence of endobronchial abnormality 
(see comments] Chechani V. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3): 620-8 

Comment in: Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):593-4. 

Cost-effectiveness of collecting routine cytologic imens 
during fiberoptic bronchoscopy for endoscopically visible 
lung tumor. Govert JA, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):451-6 

Fiberoptic bronchoscopy: enhancing the diagnostic yield 
editorial; comment] Kamholz SL. Chest 1996 Mar; 
109(3):593-4. Comment on: Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):620-5. 

A randomized, double-blind, po mate onsen + study of 
lorazepam as premedication for bronchoscopy. Maltais F, 
et al. Chest 1996 May;109(5):1195-8 

Com of quantitative cultures to semiquantitative loo 
cultures of bronchoscopic protected specimen brush 
samples. Middleton RM 3rd, et al. Chest 1996 May; 
109(5):1204-9 

Virtual bronchoscopy. Relationships of virtual reality 
endobronchial simulations to actual bronchoscopic 
findings. Vining DJ, et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):549-53 


BRUCELLA 


Brucella species release a specific, protease-sensitive, 
inhibitor of TNF-alpha expression, active on human 
macrophage-like cells. Caron E, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 

15;156(8):2885-93 


BRUGIA PAHANGI 


Brugia pahangi-induced contractility of bovine mesenteric 
lymphatics studied in vitro: a role for filarial factors in 
the development of lymphedema? Kaiser L, et al 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):386-90 


BUCLADESINE 


Inhibition of myofibroblastic transformation of cultured rat 
hepatic stellate cells by methylxanthines and dibutyryl 
cAMP. Kawada N, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May; 
41(5):1022-9 


BUDGETS 


The budget crisis and emergency medicine: a view from Los 


BURNS, ELECTRIC 


Whelan GP. Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb; 


and medical cneclation. 
Assoc J wept ae i5; Gaon 
|] Greenberg 


Mar eerie 


Fairburn 
153(3): 386-91 


BUNDLE-BRANCH BLOCK 
Effect of bundle branch block on local electrogram 


analysis. 
May;131(5):947-52 


BUNDLE OF HIS 


Radiofrequency ablation of the His bundle for malignant 
atrial flutter after Mustard procedure for transposition of 
the great arteries. Vaksmann G, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 
Mar 15;77(8):669-70 


BUPIVACAINE 

Postoperative analgesia with continuous epidural sufentanil 
and ep ee a prospective study in 614 patients. 
Broekema AA, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):754-9 

The role of hyaluronidase on lidocaine bupivacaine 
pharmacokinetics after bar blockade. Nathan N, et 
ot. Anesth Analg 1996 


lay; caayloed 2 
Plexus irritation caused by in 


Am Heart J 1 


brachial plexus 
catheter for shoulder sur; . Ribeiro FC, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):870-2 

Adding fentanyl 0.0002% to epidural bupivacaine 0.125% 
does not delay —_ emptying in laboring urients. 
Zimmermann DL, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3 ):612-6 

Influence of timing of administration on the analgesic effect 
of bupivacaine infiltration in in-injected rats 
Fletcher D, et 1996 May;84(5): 1129-37 

Preincisional re with bupivacaine in tonsillectomy. 
Johansen M, et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 
Mar; 122(3): 361- 3 


BUPRENORPHINE 


A controlled trial comparing SS and methadone 
a in opioid dependence. Ling W, et al. 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 May; 53(5):401 -7 


retcadoaie B= 


opion treatment of depression to assist smoking cessation 
Pile) Lief HI. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):442 


BURKITT’S LYMPHOMA 


Epstein-Barr Virus DNA recombination and loss in yr 
Burkitt's lymphoma. Razzouk BI, et al. J Infect Dis | 
Mar;173(3):529-35 


BURNOUT, PROFESSIONAL 


Perpetuating oppression? [letter] Kolcaba K. Am J Nurs 1996 
Feb;96(2):16 

Sabbatical. Vickman L. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May; 
27(5):668-71 

Occupational stress and Ten commitment in nurse 
administrators. Lee V, et al. J Nurs Adm 1996 May; 
26(5):21-8 


BURNS 


Effect of preemptive nerve block on inflammation and 
hyperalgesia after human thermal injury. Pedersen JL, et 
al. 1996 May;84(5):1020-6 

aaa thermal epiglottitis [letter] Ma OJ, et al. 

Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):675 

Prevention of char adherence to bipolar diathermy forceps 
tips [letter] Beatty RM. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):540 

Direct current reduces wound edema after full-thickness 
burn injury in rats. Chu CS, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 
40(5):738-42 

Transplantation of cryopreserved cultured epidermal 
allografts. Madden MR, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 
40(5):743-50 


BURNS, CHEMICAL 


Garlic burns mimicking he zoster [letter] Farrell AM, 
et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1195 


BURNS, ELECTRIC 


Is immediate decompression of high voltage electrical injuries 
to the upper extremity always ? Mann R, et al. 
J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):584-7; discussion 587-9 

Oral commissure burns in children. Canady JW, et al. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(4):738-44; discussion 745; 


45 





BURNS, ELECTRIC 
746-55 
BURSITIS 


tibial ligament bursitis: MR 
i a: “Rothstein CP, et al. 
ae Am J Roentgenol 1996 “Apr: 166(4):875-7 
olecranon bursitis in patients with chronic obstructive 
disease. Enzenauer RJ, et al. Am J Med 1996 
Apr; 100(4):479-80 
bursitis—an unusual _—— of metastatic bone 
disease. PA, et al. J Rheumatol 1996 Mar; 
35(3):285- 


Cubital bursitis caused by localized synovial chondromatosis 
of the elbow. A case report. Matsumoto K, et al 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb;78(2):275-7 


BUTORPHANOL 


The effects of transnasal butorphanol on mood and 
psychomotor functioning in healthy volunteers. Zacny JP, 


et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):931-5 


BUTTER 


Effect on lipoprotein profile of replacing butter with 
margarine in a low fat diet: randomised crossover study 
ypercholesterolaemic subjects. Chisholm A, et al. 

BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):931-4 


BUTTOCKS 


An acetabular fracture with superior 
disruption. Patel NH, et al. AJR Am J 
May; 166(5):1074 


BUTYLATED HYDROXYANISOLE 


Involvement of the mitochondrion respiratory chain in the 
synergy achieved by treatment of human ovarian 
—a cell lines with both tumor necrosis factor-alpha 

and cis-diamminedichloroplatinum. Uslu R, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):725-32 


BUTYLSCOPOLAMMONIUM 
BROMIDE 


The effects of intrathecal neostigmine on somatic and visceral 
pain: improvement by association with a o> 
anticholinergic. Lauretti GR, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):617-20 


BUTYRIC ACIDS 


Com of the effects of Shiga-like toxin | on cytokine- 
om butyrate-treated human umbilical and saphenous vein 
endothelial cells. Keusch GT, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
173(5):1164-70 


C-PEPTIDE 


Small doses of subcutaneous insulin as a strategy for 
preventing slowly progressive beta-cell failure in islet cell 
antibody-positive tients with clinical features of 
NIDDM. Kobayashi T, et al. Diabetes 1996 May; 
45(5):622-6 


C-REACTIVE PROTEIN 


C-reactive protein as a predictor of cardiac rupture after 
acute myocardial infarction. Ueda S, et al. Am Heart J 
1996 May;131(5):857-60 

Acute-phase proteins and serologic profiles of chagasic 
children from an endemic area in Bolivia. 
Medrano-Mercado N, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 
Feb;54(2):154-61 

Inflammation in ischaemic heart disease [editorial; comment] 
Maseri A, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1049-50 
Comment on: BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1061-5. 

C reactive protein and its relation to cardiovascular risk 
factors: a ulation based cross sectional study [see 
comments endall MA, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038):1061-5. Comment in: BMJ 1996 Apr 
27,312(7038): 1049-50. 

Evaluation of tissue trauma after laparoscopic and abdominal 
hysterectomy: measurements of neutrophil activation and 
release of interleukin-6, cortisol, and C-reactive protein. 
Elistrém M, et al. J Am Coll Surg 1996 May;182(5):423-30 

Peptides derived from C-reactive protein inhibit neutrophil 
alveolitis. Hevertz RM, et al FT tamed 1996 May 1; 
156(9):3412-7 


CA-15-3 ANTIGEN 


= of mucin carbohydrate any (T, Tn and sialyl 
and MUC-1_ gene uct in intraductal 
papillary-mucinous neoplasm o' ‘the pancreas. Terada T, 
et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1996 May;105(5):613-20 
Osteoclastic giant cell tumor of the pancreas: an 
immunohistochemical study. Dizon MA, et al. 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Mar;120(3):306-9 





gluteal artery 
Roentgenol 1996 


CA-19-9 ANTIGEN 


Alpha 2—> 3sialyltransferase associated with the synthesis 
of CA 19-9 in colorectal tumors. Akamatsu S, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1694-700 


CA-125 ANTIGEN 


CA 125 kinetics: a cost-effective clinical tool to evaluate 
clinical trial outcomes in the 1990s. Buller et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1241-53; discussion 
1253-4 


CA(2+)-TRANSPORTING ATPASE 

Volatile anesthetics selectively inhibit the 
Ca(2+)-transporting ATPase in neuronal and erythrocyte 
plasma membranes. Fomitcheva I, et al. Anesthesiology 

1996 May;84(5):1189-95 


CACHEXIA 


Mechanisms medi as nen cancer cachexia. Toomey D, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Dec 15;76(12):2418-26 (75 ref.) 

Weight loss in acquired imm y syndrome: 
wasting or wanting not? Koretz RL. Gastroenterology 1996 
Apr;110(4):1316-7 

glycemia in an AIDS patient taking megestrol. 
Ay et al. Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15; 
31(4):27- 


psa CELLS 


hatid ylcholi 





increases 
— a <— h A reductase gene 
expression in CaCo-2 cells. Muir LV, et al. 

1996 Apr;110(4):1068-76 


CADHERINS 


Expression of E-cadherin in primary and metastatic 
cancer. Cheng L, et al. Am J Pathol 1 
148(5):1375-80 

E-cadherin mediated adhesion system cancer 
Shiozaki H, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 718 t Spi. 1605 a 
(88 ref.) 

E-cadherin and urokinase-ty 

status in ric carcinoma. 


rostate 
May; 


plasminogen activator tissue 
onemura Y, et al. Cancer 1995 


gast 
Sep 15;76(6):941-53 
~cadherin- a 


cell contact inhibits granulosa cell 
tt manner. Peluso 
;137(4):1196-203 


ithelial tumors of the liver. elie 
sea po 1996 Apr;110(4):1137-49 | 


CALCIFICATION, PHYSIOLOGIC 


Alterations of maternal estrogen levels — gestation affect 
the skeleton of female S, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 May:137(5) 2118-25 


CALCINOSIS 
Peritoneal calcification associated with continuous 
ambulatory itoneal dialysis. Miller FH, et al. 
AJR Am J —— 1996 Mar;166(3):541-2 
Relation of cholesterol-year score to severity of calcific 
atherosclerosis and tissue deposition in homozygous familial 
h holesterolemia. Schmidt HH, et al. Am J Cardiol 
1 Mar 15;77(8):575-80 
Milk-alkali syndrome with metastatic calcification [letter] 
Goldsmith DJ. Am J Med 1996 Apr; i004).481- 2 
Calcific bodies may mimic yeasts in sections of 
pulmonary nodules [letter] Debowski TE, et ai. 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr;120(4):325-6 
The dilemma of diagnosing coronary calcification: 
angiography versus intravascular ultrasound. Tuzcu EM, 
et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):832-8 
— calcification of the mitral valve anulus: pathology 
and surgical management. soe 1986 AF, et al. 
Thorac Cardiovasc 1996 Apr 111(4):718- -29; 
discussion 729-30 


—— brain calcifications, leukodystrophy, and formation 
hymal cysts: a new progressive disorder due to 
Si use cerebral microangiopathy. Labrune P, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1297-301 

Renal calcification in the first year of life. Karlowicz MG, 
et al. Pediatr Clin North Am 1995 Dec;42(6):1397-413 (87 
ref.) 

Calcification in focal nodular hyperplasia: a new problem 
for differentiation from fibrolamellar hepatocellular 
carcinoma. Caseiro-Alves F, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):889-92 

Malignant and benign clustered microcalcifications: 
ae feature analysis and classification. Jiang Y, et 

al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):671-8 

Stereotaxic core needle biopsy of breast microcalcifications: 
correlation of target accuracy and d is with lesion 
size. Mainiero MB, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):665-9 


CALCITONIN 

Calcitonin is a physiological inhibitor of er secretion 
in ovariectomized female rats. Shah GV, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1814-22 

Procalcitonin as a marker for the early diagnosis of neonatal 
infection. Gendrel D, et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr; 128(4):570-3 


CALCITRIOL 


1,25(OH)2D3 and cAMP synergistically induce complement 
Sa receptor messenger RNA. Rubin J, et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 Feb;311(2):73-9 

Stable expression of the nuclear vitamin D in the 
human prostatic carcinoma cell line JCA-1: evidence that 
the antiproliferative effects of 1 alpha, 

25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 are mediated exclusively through 

the genomic signaling pathway. Hedlund TE, et al. 

1996 May;137(5):1554-61 

Antagonistic effects of transforming growth factor-beta on 
vitamin D3 enhancement of osteocalcin and osteopontin 
transcription: reduced interactions of vitamin D 
receptor/retinoid X receptor complexes with vitamin E 
response elements. Staal A, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):2001-11 

1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 enhances the enzymatic activity 
and expression of the messenger ribonucleic acid for 
aromatase cytochrome P450 _  syner ly with 
dexamethasone depending on the vitamin D receptor level 
in cultured human osteoblasts. Tanaka S, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1860-9 

1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D_ induces lipoprotein _ lipase 
expression in 3T3-L1 cells in association with adipocyte 
differentiation. Vu D, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):1540-4 

Inhibitory effect of 220-oxa-1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 on 
the proliferation of pancreatic cancer cell lines. Kawa S, 

et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1605-13 


CALCIUM 


In vitro atherosclerotic plaque and calcium quantitation by 
intravascular ultrasound and electron-beam computed 
tomography. Gutfinger DE, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May: 
131(5):899-906 

Sodium excretion in relation to calcium and hydroxyproline 
excretion in a healthy Japanese tion. Itoh R, et al. 
Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):735-40 

Epidermal growth factor increases phosphoinositide turnover 
and intracellular free calcium in an immortalized human 
myometrial cell line independent of the arachidonic acid 
metabolic pathway. Anwer K, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb, 17402): 676-81 

Changes in cytosolic calcium concentrations and cell 
morphology in single platelets adhered to 
fibrinogen-coated surface under flow. Jen CJ, et al. 
Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3775-82 

Vitamin D, calcium, and sarcoidosis. 
Feb; 109(2):535-9 (78 ref.) 

Calcium responsiveness in regional myocardial short-term 
hibernation and stunning in the in situ porcine heart. 
Inotropic responses to postextrasystolic potentiation and 
intracoronary calcium. Heusch G, et al. Circulation 1996 
Apr 15;93(8):1556-66 

Regional differences in current density and rate-dependent 
properties of the transient outward current in subepicardial 
and subendocardial myocytes of human left ventricle. 
Nabauer M, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):168-77 

High frequency-induced upregulation of human cardiac 
calcium currents. Piot C, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1; 
93(1):120-8 

Testosterone regulates gonadotropin-releasing 
hormone-induced calcium signals in male rat 
gonadotrophs. Tobin VA, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 
137(4):1299-305 

Calcium, parathyroid function, bone and aging [editorial; 
comment] Heaney RP. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May; 
81(5):1697-8. Comment on: J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 
May;81(5):1699-703. 

Role of calcium intake in modulating age-related increases 
in parathyroid function and bone resorption [see comments] 
McKane WR, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May; 
81(5):1699-703. Comment in: J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 
May;81(5):1697-8. 

Endothelin(B) receptor activates NHE-3 by a 
Ca2+-dependent pathway in OKP cells. Chu TS, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1454-62 

Pulsatile insulin release from mouse islets occurs in the 
absence of stimulated entry of Ca2+. Westerlund J, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1860-3 

Sustained T cell receptor-mediated Ca2+ responses rely on 
dynamic engagement of receptors. Hashemi BB, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3660-7 

Intact anti receptor-mediated calcium signals in patients 
with stage HIV-1 infection. Hickey TE, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):4012-7 

Etiology of — in Nigerian children [see comments] 
Oginni LM, et al. J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):692-4 

. Comment in: J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):600-1. 

A woman with bone pain, fractures, and malabsorptio: 
[letter] Buist NR. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):829 

Clinical and radiologic correlates of a novel T lymphocyte 


. Sharma OP. Chest 1996 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





interferon-activated Ca2+ influx in patients with 
relapsing-remi — sclerosis. Martino G, et al. 
Neurology 1996 y;46(5): 1416-21 


CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEINS 
Induction of the chemotactic $100 protein, CP-10, in 


repose ysaccharide. Hu SP, et 
al. Blood 1996 May 1870)3919-28 . 


Pancreatic thread mitogenic to pancreatic-derived 
crea head pron & mogeni Gastroenterology 1996 
Apr; 110(4):1208-14 


ee aan Canes Ga 6 ination 
sensing receptor in patients with “i 
et al. 


oo [see commen 

Invest 1996 Feb isone)s10-4. asi in: J Clin 
Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):899- 

Is idi ic h ny an autoimmune disease? 
editorial; comment] Rose NR. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15; 
97(4):899-900. Comment on: J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 
15;97(4):9 10-4. 

Bladder squamous cell carcinomas 
externalize it to the urine. Celis JE, et al. J J 996 June 
155(6)2105-12. 


CALCIUM CARBONATE 


nd cal of the effects of over-the-counter famotidine 
calcium carbonate antacid on acid. 


postprandial gastric 
A randomized controlled trial. Feldman M. JAMA 1996 
May 8;275(18):1428-31 


CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS 


Nife —induced ival h Silverstei 
Lit et al. Am Pam Physician 1990 Mar 34) 1069-70 a 
a (vasodilating) calcium channel 


ny is there a risk? Beevers DG, 
; iw 4;312(7039): 1143-5 Dates Ttyn 


vide i wet. Feb re Saugctan a 


for re ischemic 


metaanal ysis. 
Barker FG 2nd, et al. J "Mar-84(3)-405- 14 
FDA gives calcium channel blockers vin bill of health but 
warns of short-acting nifedipine hazards [news] Marwick 
C. JAMA 1996 Feb 14;275(6):423-4 
Calcium channel blockers and transmitter release at the 
normal human neuromuscular junction. Protti DA, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):139i-6 


CALCIUM CHANNELS 


Calcium currents in a pituitary cell line (AtT-20): differential 
roles in stimulus-secretion cou —- Loechner KJ, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1429-37 

Changes in calcium responsiveness and handling during 
keratinocyte differentiation. Potential role of the calcium 

. Bikle DD, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15; 
97(4):1085-93 
Regulation of calcium channel expression in neonatal 
myocytes by catecholamines. T, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):656-63 

Calcium channel blockers and transmitter release at the 
normal human neuromuscular junction. Protti DA, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1391-6 


CALCIUM COMPOUNDS 


Factors affecting production of compound A from the 
interaction of sevoflurane with Baral and soda lime. 
Fang ZX, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):775-81 


CALCIUM, DIETARY 


Ann Intern Med 1996 May 1;124(9): 825-31 


CALCIUM HYDROXIDE 


yee ey we ce Fm A from the 
interaction of sevoflurane with yme and soda lime. 
Fang ZX, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):775-81 


CALCULI 


Reappraisal of the rents ‘management of complicated 
jithiasis with bilateral intrahepatic biliary strictures. 
Jeng KS, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb;131(2):141-7 


CALMODULIN 


Molecular weights and isoelectric points of antigens 
relevant to autoimmune infertility in men. Pillai i S, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1928-33 


CALORIC INTAKE 


Moderate caloric restriction prevents the age-related decline 
. - hormone signal transduction. Xu X, 
A Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar; 

SiGyBie7 74 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


CALPAIN 


Proteolytic cleavage of stnastte by calpain in T cells 
stimulated with anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody. Selliah N, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3215-21 


CAMPTOTHECIN 
Cam; ins: thusi 
os peg as mr i] - drug [news] Rowe 


CAMPYLOBACTER INFECTIONS 


Multifocal motor neuropathy with conduction block and 
wie jejuni. White JR, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 


CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI 


Multifocal motor neuropathy with conduction block and 
“ees jejuni. White JR, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 
):562- 


CANDIDA ALBICANS 


Growth of pee in propofol, thiopental, and a 1:1 
mixture of and thiopental. Crowther J, et al. 
Anesth 06 Mar;82(3):475-8 

a em o a glucan-associated 

wall protein of ERED EES ge 
lipopeptide antimycotics. Angiolella L, et al. 

J Infect Dis 1996. Mar;173(3):684-90 
SS ae Ge 
mac es exposed to xidase. Lefkowitz SS, 
et al. S Infect Dis 1996 May: 1 (5):1202-7 


CANDIDIASIS 


Candida endophthalmitis in Job syndrome [letter] Haslett RS, 
et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May;114(5):617-18 


CANDIDIASIS, ORAL 


Resolution of refractory AIDS-related mucosal candidiasis 
after initiation of didanosine plus saquinavir [letter] 
Zingman BS. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1674-5 


CANDY 


Jelly beans as an alternative to 2 Ow - rs containing 
fifty fae s of glucose. Boyd 
Obstet Gynecol 1998 Dew! i100) 1889-92 


CANES 


A cane reduces loss of balance in patients with peripheral 
neuropathy: results from a challenging unipedal balance 
test. Ashton-Miller JA, et al. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 
May;77(5):446-52 


CAPILLARIA 


A woman with fever and a jejunal stricture. Yfanti G, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):802 


CAPILLARIES 


Necrotizing myopathy with pipestem capillaries and minimal 
cellular infiltration: a case associated with cutaneous signs 
of dermatomyositis. Authier FJ, et al. Neurology 1996 May. 
46(5):1448-51 


CAPILLARY PERMEABILITY 


Contrast-enhanced MR imaging assessment of tumor 
capillary permeability: effect of irradiation on delivery of 


Sa Schwickert HC, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):893- 


CAPITAL FINANCING 


Finance. Teaching hospitals face credit crunch [news] 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):24 


CAPITATION FEE 


Rx: . a bitter pill for the near future. 2400 
American dermatologists in the year 2000? Stanton DL. 
Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr; 132(4): 387. 9 
Medicaid primary care services in New York oe : 
capitation vs full capitation. Rosenthal TC, et al 
J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):362-8 
itated contracting in radiology: negotiating techniques, 
inancial calculations, and utilization management. Levin 
DC, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):651-6 


CAPSAICIN 


Inflammatory cellular influx follows capsaicin nasal 
challenge. Philip G, et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 
Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1222-9 


CARBON DIOXIDE 


CAPTOPRIL 


Diagnosis of renovascular MR imagine feasibility of 
————— dynamic M wT ermenage 


yt peg 5 scintigraphy. 

Roentgenol 1996 Apr; Aon tetas 43 

ofan of viral myocarditis with focus on i 
[editorial] Rezkalla SH, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 
77(8):634-7 (41 ref.) 

Acute angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibition increases 

the plasma ‘level of the" natural stem cell regulator 
en Ta) yl [see comments] 

Azizi M, et al rr iose 1996 Feb 1;97(3):839-44. 

Comment in: J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):588. 


infmented - i M. J Clin Invest 1996 

Feb 1;97(3):58 

News about ACE, or, the lives of “Siamese twin" 
domains [editorial; comment ye yey 4 
Feb 1;97(3):588. Comment on: J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 
1;97(3):839-44. 


CARBACHOL 


a: oxide synthase (NOS3) and contractile responsiveness 

and cholinergic agonists in the heart. 

Regulation of NOS3 transcri — in vitro and in bn by 
cyclic rat cardiac m 


adenosine monophosp! ocytes. 
Belhassen L, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8): 1908-15 


CARBAMAZEPINE 


Nefazodone-induced acens © y [letter] Ash 
AK, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 ay. 1935). 735 
Trends in pharmacotherapy of ope May lective and bipolar 
affective disorders: a 5-year naturalistic study. Fenn HH, 
et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):711-3 
Porphyria cutanea tarda associated with carbamazepine 
treatment [letter] Leo RJ, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar; 
153(3):443-4 
Therapy with omeprazole and clarithromycin increases 
serum carbamazepine levels in patients with H. pylori 
gastritis [letter] Dammann HG. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
41(3):519-20 
Normal serum free thyroid ~ sp rey concentrations in 
patients treated with phenytoin carbamazepine 
x resolved. Surks MI, et al. “JAMA 1996 May 15; 
275(19):1495-8 


CARBAZOLES 


— u3405, a thromboxane A2 antagonist, reduces bronchial 
yperresponsiveness in asthmatics. Aizawa H, et al. 

Cost 1996 Feb; 109(2):338-42 

Carvedilol for heart failure, with care. Cleland JG, et al. 
Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1199-201 

The effect of carvedilol on morbidity and mortality in 
Faire with chronic heart failure. U. %. Carvedilol Heart 

failure Study Group [see comments] Packer M, et al. 
J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1349-55. Comment 

~ Ne a J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1396-7. 

Beta-adrenergic blockers and survival in heart failure 
[editorial; comment] Pfeffer MA, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 
May 23;334(21):1396-7. Comment on: N Engl J Med 1996 
May 23;334(21):1349-55. 


CARBOHYDRATE-DEFICIENT 
GLYCOPROTEIN SYNDROME 


Mannose corrects altered N-glycosylation in 
carbohydrate-deficient et syndrome fibroblasts. 
Panneerselvam K, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15; 
97(6):1478-87 


CARBOHYDRATES 


Carbohydrate and protein determinants are involved in 
thyroglobulin recognition by FRTL 5 cells. Mziaut H, et 
al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 1374): 1370-7 

Human fatty acid synthesis is stimulated by a eucaloric low 
fat, high carbohydrate diet. Hudgins LC, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1996 May 1:97(9).2081-91 


CARBON DIOXIDE 


Relation between oxygen uptake and carbon dioxide output 
during constant work rate exercise in patients with mild 
congestive heart failure. Koike A, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 
Mar 15;77(8):602-5 

Changes in — and chest wall properties with abdominal 
insufflation of carbon dioxide are immediately reversible. 
Fahy BG, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):501-5 

Hemodynamic changes after retroperitoneal CO2 insufflation 
for posterior retroperitoneoscopic adrenalectomy. Giebler 
RM, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):827-31 

Brain tissue oxygen, carbon dioxide, and pH in neurosurgical 
patients at risk for ischemia. Hoffman WE, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):582-6 

The arterial to end-tidal carbon dioxide difference in 
neurosurgical patients during craniotomy [letter] Lobo D 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1113 

Esophageal detector device versus detection of end-tidal 
carbon dioxide level in emergency intubation. Bozeman 


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CARBON DIOXIDE 


WP, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):595-9 
be ; — Las 
—_ os and state anxiety. et 
Gen Psychiatry 1996 Mar;53(3):264-70 
redistributes intra-airway CO2 d 
ion in ventilatory failure [see comments ) 
al. ‘Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):451- 
: Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):375-8. 


Mechanal ve r 
ay yey failure Moler , et al. 
Capnograph oe eee. tilation di 
cont ven uring 
eeneh Tine OC. et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr; 
24(4):608-11 
Carbon dioxide and “yp insufflation during laparoscopic 


in a patient with severe 
olf JS in et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):202 


CARBON MONOXIDE 


False-low carbon monoxide diffusing capacity measurement 
after anesthesia [letter] Gilbert R, et al. Chest 1996 
Feb; 10%(2):592 


CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING 
Organ jon from victims of carbon monoxide 
] Hantson P, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 
— ):673-4 


Somet! in the air: survival after dramatic, 
ay LT carbon monoxide reeds Palkeer 
R. BMJ 1996 Apr 6,312(7035):897-8 

Treatment of carbon monoxide poisoning [letter] Hurst RE. 
Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):591-2 

Carbon monoxide jing at an indoor ice arena and bingo 
hall——Seattle, 1996. From the Centers for Disease Control 
and Prevention. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1468-9 

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
Carbon monoxide poisonings associated with 
snow-obstructed vehicle exhaust systems—-Philadelphia 
and New York City, January 1996. JAMA 1996 Feb 14; 
275(6):426-7 


CARBON RADIOISOTOPES 


Lev -induced changes in synaptic in 
with 


radical 
disease. 


jents 


dopamine in pat 
' disease as “aE by a 
displacement and PET. Tedroff J al. Neurology | 

May;46(5): 1430-6 


CARBONATE DEHYDRATASE 


Effects of thyroid hormone on carbonic anhydrase | 
concentration in human erythroid burst-forming 
unit-derived cells. Sayama N, et al. Endocrinology 1996 
May; 137(5):1828-32 

Serum an to carbonic anhydrase I and II in patients 
with idiopathic — ——_ and Sjégren’s 

Gastroenterology 


syndrome 1996 
May; | 10(5): 1579-86 


CARBOPLATIN 


Phase I/II study of PIXY321 
cyc ide and 
ovarian cancer. = S Cc 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr; Tata 1151-9; discussion 
1159-60 
Compari 


in combination with 
ame | in the treatment of 


between a cisplatin-containing regimen and a 
in-containing regimen for recurrent or metastatic 
bladder cancer patients. A randomized phase II study. 

R, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):344-51 

okinetics of carboplatin in children. 

tut et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; 
59(4):436-43 


CARBOXYHEMOGLOBIN 


Maternal smoking and fetal carboxyhaemoglobin and blood 
>= Soothill PW, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
an;103(1):78-82 


CARCINOEMBRYONIC ANTIGEN 


Serum carcinoembryonic antigen levels and proliferating cell 
nuclear antigen labeling index for patients with colorectal 
carcinoma. Correlation with tumor progression and 
survival. Nakamura T, et al. Cancer | 1596 Apr 15;77(8 
Suppl):1741-6 


CARCINOGENICITY TESTS 


US environmental-cancer guidelines proposed [news] 
Firshein J. Lancet 1996 Apr 27,;347(9009):1179 


CARCINOGENS 


Blast-like cell compartment in  carcinogen-induced 
a bile ductules. Novikoff PM, et al. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1473-92 

Different carcinogenesis in the gastric remnant 

gastrectomy for gastric cancer. Kaminishi M, et al. 


after 


48 


Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1646-53 


long term follow 
et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1445-52 
Genetic alterations in rat colon tumors induced by 
heterocyclic amines. Toyota M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 
15;77(8 Su ):1593-7 
Inhibitory effects and toxicity of sen oS a eer for 
testinal 


- gastroin' Cancer 
1996 Apr 15;77(8 ): 1662-7 


Adhesion-activating os ester increases the mobility of 
leukocyte i . FA-1 in cultured | ytes. Kucik 
Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2139-44 


DF, et al. 
CARCINOGENS, ENVIRONMENTAL 


US environmental-cancer guidelines proposed 
Firshein J. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1179 


CARCINOID HEART DISEASE 


Images in cardiovascular medicine. Carcinoid heart disease. 
Anderson AS, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):187-8 


CARCINOID be gy 
Multiple primary neoplasms. 


GR, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr; 120(4):393-6 
Clinical efficacy of octreotide in the treatment of metastatic 
neuroendocrine tumors. A study by the Italian Trials in 
Medical Oncology Group. di Bartolomeo M, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):402-8 
Use of somatostatin for localization and treatment of 
ACTH secreting bronchial carcinoid tumor. 
Christin-Maitre S, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):845-6 
ic removal of uterus, seminal vesicle and bilateral 
ovotestes harboring mature teratoma and carcinoid tumor 
in an intersex patient. Esen T, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):2032-3 


CARCINOMA 


Multivariate survival analysis of clinicopathologic features 
in surgical e 1 endometrioid a including 
analysis of HER-2/neu expression. Nazeer T, et al. 

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6): 1829-34 

Extramedullary plasmacytoma mimicking primary colonic 
carcinoma in a patient with ¥ rie disease. Case report 
and literature review. Ligato S, 

Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 } Mar; $2003):279-82 (32 ref.) 

Ni -areolar preservation during breast-conserving 

apy for subareolar breast carcinomas. Dale PS, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):430-3 
carcinoma and coexisti 


carcinoma y. 
Arch Surg 1996 Feb;131(2):208-10 

Small carcinomas of the thyroid. A long-term — 7% 
867 patients. Noguchi S, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb: 
131(2):187-91 

Expression of alpha-3/4-monofucosylated 
polylactosaminoglycan epitope, as defined by monoclonal 
antibody FW6, is a marker of the colorectal 
adenoma-carcinoma sequence. Baldus SE, et al. Cancer 
1995 Sep 15;76(6):954-60 

A and »histoch 1 bel-2 expression in 

phe. — carcinomas. Aspects of 
enesis and . Baretton GB, 





et al. 1996 Jan 15; m1 5.77(2): 255-64 

—— of frozen section examination of pelvic lymph 

Or metastatic te carcinoma. Davis GL. 

Cancer 1995 Aug 15;76(4):661-8 

The combination of cisplatin, doxorubicin, and mitomycin 
(PAM) compared with the FAM i in treating 
advanced gastric carcinoma. A Il randomized trial 
of the Italian Oncology Group for Clinical Research. De 
Lisi V, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):245-50 

Meningeal carcinomatosis in patients with breast carcinoma. 
Clinical features, prognostic factors, and results of a 
high-dose intrathecal methotrexate regimen. Fizazi K, et 
al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1315-23 

A phase III evaluation of a somatostatin analogue (octreotide) 
in the treatment of patients with asymptomatic advanced 
colon carcinoma. North Central Cancer Treatment Group 
and the Mayo Clinic. Goldberg RM, et al. Cancer 1995 
Sep 15;76(6):961-6 

Biologic characteristics of | epithelial d 
e~ by proliferating cell nuc antigen. Koga 

Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):237-44 
Timin of weight gain and breast cancer risk. Kumar NB, 
ry ¢ 1998 Jul 15;76(2):243-9 

The Sane of local tumor ulceration on the effectiveness 
of endocavitary radiation for patients with early rectal 
carcinoma. Reed WP, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 15; 
76(6):967-71 

Detection of p2lras mutations in colorectal one a -_ 
carcinomas by enzyme-linked immunosorbent 
Schroy PC 3rd, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):201 o 

Loss of heterozygosity and genomic instability in 
synchronous endometrioid tumors of the ovary and 
endometrium. Shenson DL, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 15; 
76(4):650-7 


lasia 


Racial penn ne in survival of female breast cancer in the 
Detroi i area. Simon MS, et al. Cancer 1996 
Jan 15: ;77(2):308-14 


The importance of the lumpectomy surgical margin status 
in long-term results of breast conservation. Smitt MC, et 
al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):259-67 

Expression of EBERI in primary and metastatic 
nasopharyngeal carcinoma tissues using in situ 
hybridization. A _ correlation with WHO histologic 
subtypes. Tsai ST, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):231-6 

Evaluation of chromosome aneuploidy in tissue sections of 
——— breast carcinomas using interphase 

Visscher DW, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15; 
FHQy315-20 


Apoptosis of stomach carcinoma cells induced by a human 
monoclonal antibody. Vollmers HP, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 

15;76(4):550-8 

Randomized trial of initial therapy with melphalan versus 
cisplatin—-based combination chemotherapy in patients with 
advanced ovarian carcinoma: i long term 
results—-Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Study 
E2878. Wadler S, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4): 733-43 

E-cadherin and urokinase-t plasmi activator tissue 
Status in gastric carcinoma. Yonemura Y, et al. Cancer 1995 
Sep 15;76(6):941-53 

The expression of the MDM2 gene, a p53 binding protein, 
in thyroid carcinogenesis. Zou M, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 
15;76(2):3 14-8 

Lack of IL-2 cytokine expression despite Il-2 messenger 
RNA transcription in tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in 
primary human breast carcinoma: selective expression of 
early activation markers. Coventry BJ, et al. J Immunol 
1996 May 1;156(9):3486-92 

Constitutive expression of B7-1 (CD80) on mouse 
keratinocytes does not prevent development of chemically 
induced skin illomas and carcinomas. Williams IR, et 
al. J 1996 May 1;156(9):3382-8 

Preoperative intrahepatic segmental cholangitis in patients 
with advanced carcinoma a ivan the hepatic hilus. 
Kanai M, et al. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):498-504 

Intraoperative localization of metastatic colorectal carcinoma 
[letter] Machi J. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):601-2 

ee See ee Dee cee nee is 

mM for routine computed a 9 
van Ooijen B, et al. tae 1996 

119(5): ie. 


CARCINOMA, ADENOID CYSTIC 


Results and prognostic factors in resections of primary 
tracheal tumors: a multicenter retrospective study. The 
French Society of Cardiovascular Surgery. Ri JF, 
et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr;111(4):808-13; 
discussion 813-4 


CARCINOMA, BASAL CELL 


Phase I/II trial for the treatment of cutaneous and 
subcutaneous tumors using electrochemotherapy. Heller R, 
et al. Cancer 1996 Mar wale gue 


DNA y in nonmelanoma skin 
Y 1996 Jan 15;77(2): 284-51 


CARCINOMA, BRONCHOGENIC 


7 lymph node metastases of bronchogenic carcinoma. 
Marcantonio DR, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):803-6 
Transthoracic needle aspiration in patients with severe 
emphysema. A study of lung transplant candidates. 

Kazerooni EA, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):616-19 

Bronchogenic carcinoma and coexistent bronchioloalveolar 
cell adenomas. Assessment of radi detection and 
follow-up in 28 patients. Logan PM, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 
109(3):713-7 


cancer. Robinson JK, et 


CARCINOMA, ENDOMETRIOID 

Local staging of endometrial carcinoma: comparison of 
transv and eae sonography and gross 
visual inspection. Teefey SA, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 "Mar-166(3):547- $2 

Stepwise abnormality of sex steroid hormone receptors, 
tumor suppressor gene products (p53 and Rb), and cyclin 
E in uterine endometrioid carcinoma. Li SF, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):321-9 

Expression of heat shock proteins HSP70 and HSP90 in 

rial carcinomas. Correlation with 

ee sex steroid receptor status, and p53 
protein ex Nanbu K, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15; 
5702). 330-4 


CARCINOMA, HEPATOCELLULAR 


Salmonella enteritidis liver abscess within 5 anemne 
carcinoma [letter] Elias N, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 
1996 Apr; 166(4):993 

Evaluation of surgical resection for small hepatocellular 
carcinomas. Nakajima Y, et al. Am J Surg 1996 Mar; 
171(3):360-3 

Multimodality treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma in a 
hepatobiliary specialty center. Marcos-Alvarez A, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 Mar;131(3):292-8 

Esophageal carcinoma and coexisting hepatocellular 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





carcinoma resected simultaneously. Nagahama T, et al. 

Arch Surg 1996 Febs131(2)208-10 

Phase II study of flutamide in the treatment of hepatocellular 

My hy A! et al. Cancer 1996 Feb pact ng 

Needle biopsy of hepatocellular carcinoma: assessment of 

contribution of including 

Prlfrating cll nuclear antigen ing and correlations 

pny Nene outcomes. Group d Etude et de Traitement 


ju Carcinoma a en ae Se 
1996 Mar 1,715) 
Chronic oral 


inde AL, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):872-7 
a ee focal hepatic tumors. Value of two- 


with spiral computed y. Choi BI, 
& Gon Cancer 1995 Dec 15; at to 
Nourishment of ular carcinoma cells through the 
Sanh aed dat aii call calles eects tecie 
bolization. Goseki N, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1; 
? Sa 


ular 
h with a chromosome DNA 
Kimura H, et al. Cues 1996 Jan 13770)271- 7 
Treatment of small hepatocellular carcinoma with 
See ethanol injection. Analysis of — 
actors in 105 Western patients. 
Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1737-46 
1 igni of features of 
llular carcinoma. A multivariate analysis of 278 
patients. Ng IO, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15;76(12):2443-8 
Urinary 6 beta-hydroxycortisol excretion in Hong Kong 
patients with hepatocellular carcinoma and other 
chronic liver diseases. Ng MC, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
7(8):1427-33 
of tumor pathology with duration of survival 
of American patients with lular " 
Nzeako UC, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 15; Tay 579-88 
Etiologic factors and clinical presentation of she were ee 
ogee between 


cirrhotic and noncirrhotic 
talian patients [letter] Nzeako UC. Cancer 1995 Sep 1; 
70(5)915 
Telomere changes in human hepatocellular carcinomas and 
Se ee es oe et 
al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1747-51 


carcinoma 
Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):743-9 
features and prognosis 
———— carcinomas of varied sizes with special 
erence to proliferating cell nuclear antigen. Suehiro T, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):399-405 
SS Se eee 26 eee A 
ee a otsuyanagi H, et al. Cancer 
S$ Oct 15;76(8):1352-5 


Microwave y for hepatocellular 
carcinoma. M, et al. 1996 May; 
110(5):1507-14 

H 


carcinoma (case 2-1996) 


epatocellular ] Ijzermans JN, 
et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 30;3 


22):1479 


carcinoma. ! 
comments] Muto Y, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13; 
334(24):1561-7. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 
13;334(24): 1600-1. 
Hepatocellular carcinoma (case 2-1996) [letter] Nasarek A, 
et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 30;334(22):1478-9; discussion 


prevention of 

carcinoma (editorial; comment] Shafritz DA. 

N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1600-1. Comment on: 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13; poten arg 

new problem 


in focal nodular h 
for differentiation from ” ageeneciater 
carcinoma. Caseiro-Alves F, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):889-92 

Clinical features of small lular carcinomas as 
assessed by histologic grades. i Y, et al. Surgery 1996 
Mar; 119(3): 252-60 


Surgical treatment strategy for Ee with stage IV 
lular carcinoma. Shimada M, et al. Surgery 1996 
May;119(5):517-22 


CARCINOMA IN SITU 


The yy Be Papanicolaou smear. Brotzman GL, 

et al. Am Physician 1996 Mar;53(4):1154~-62 (39 ref.) 

Revised FIGO staging for early invasive carcinoma of the 
cervix [editorial; commen’ . Grant JM. 

Obetet Gynascel 1996 May; 103(5):xxi-xxii. Comment 

Gynaecol 1996 ; May;103(5)405-6. 


May; 103(5):446-52. Comment on: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 
1996 May; 103(5):453-6. 
: long term follow up of 


Vulvar in 
and untreated women [see comments] Herod JJ, 


et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):446-52. 
" Gynaecol 1996 


with superficially invasive 
comments] Herod JJ, et al. 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):453-6. Comment 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


: Br J Obstet ee 1996 May; 103(5):xxi-xxii. 
Bislosic characteristics of epithelial dysplasia 
asans ty iferating cell nuc’ antigen. Koga Y, et 
Jan 15;77(2):237-44 
aneuploidy in tissue sections of 


carcinomas using interphase 
cytogenetics. Visscher DW, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15; 
71(2):315-20 
Clinical 


evaluation of cell deoxyribonucleic acid content 
measured by flow cytometry in bladder cancer. Bittard H, 
et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1887-91 
A 47-year-old woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 
breast [letter] Blank KR, et al. JAMA 1996 May 15; 
275(19):1477-9 
A a woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 
breast [letter] Foens C. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1478-9 
A 47-year-old woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 
breast [letter] Kaufman J. JAMA 1996 May 15; 
275(19):1477; discussion 1478-9 
Chemoprevention of breast cancer [clinical conference] 
O'Shaughnessy JA. JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1349-53 
A 47-year-old woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 
breast [letter] Tinger A, et al. JAMA 1996 May 15; 
275(19):1478-9 
Terminology for [letter] 


[letter] 


carcinoma-in-situ of the 

Baum M. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1260 
Termii y for carcinoma-in-situ of the 

Oxley DK. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1259 
Terminology for carcinoma-in-situ of the 

Quinn C, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010): © 
Terminology for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast 

Simpson JF, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010): be 
—wT for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast 

Sloane JP, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1259-60 
aoe ae in L, of ductal in situ. 


>, AT) Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 
76(2):243-65 "(6 nat) 


CARCINOMA, INFILTRATING DUCT 


Atypical ductal h lasia from stereotactic core biopsy of 
the breast [letter] Montgomery S. 
AJR Am J 1996 May;166(5):1230 

The impact of e and histology on the long-term clinical 
course of 163, patients with breast carcinoma. Gamel 
JW, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1459-64 

Malignant breast masses detected only by ultrasound. A 
retrospective review. Gordon PB, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 
15;76(4):626-30 

Chromosome 


abnormalities in bilateral breast carcinomas. 
Cytogenetic evaluation of the clonal origin of multiple 
primary tumors. Pandis N, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15; 
716(2):250-8 
Thermography. Its relation to pathologic characteristics, 
vascularity, proliferation rate, and survival of patients with 
invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast. Sterns EE, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1324-8 
A 47-year-old woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 
[letter] Blank KR, et al. JAMA 1996 May 15; 
275(19):1477-9 
A 47-year-old woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 
breast [letter] Foens C. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1478-9 
A 47-year-old woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 
breast ] Kaufman J. JAMA 1996 May 15; 
275(19):1477; discussion 1478-9 
ention of breast cancer [clinical conference] 
O'Shaughnessy JA. JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1349-53 
A 47-year-old woman with ductal carcinoma in situ of the 
breast [letter] Tinger A, et al. JAMA 1996 May 15; 
275(19):1478-9 
Terminology for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast [letter] 
Baum M. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1260 
Terminology for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast [letter] 
Oxley DK. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1259 
Terminology for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast 
Quinn C, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1259 
for carcinoma-in-situ of the breast 
Simpson JF, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1260 
——w for carcinoma-in-situ of the [letter 
Sloane JP, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4,347(9010): 1259-60 
—— in be treatment of ductal carcinoma in situ. 
KS, Surg Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 
ree ):243-65° (6 nef) 


CARCINOMA, INTRADUCTAL, 
NONINFILTRATING 


Atypical ductal h from stereotactic core biopsy of 
the breast [letter] Montgomery S. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May;166(5):1230 


CARCINOMA, LARGE CELL 


Histologic changes in small cell lung 
treatment. Fushimi H, et al. Cancer 
771(2):278-83 


CARCINOMA, LOBULAR 


abnormalities in bilateral breast carcinomas. 
Cytogenetic evaluation of the clonal origin of multiple 
primary tumors. Pandis N, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15; 


ter] 


carcinoma after 
1996 Jan 15; 


CARCINOMA, RENAL CELL 
76(2):250-8 


CARCINOMA, MEDULLARY 
a en 
Komminoth P, et al. Cancer nay thro 


versus C-cell ~ of the 
thyroid: separation distinct hi 
entities. Perry A, et al. Cancer 1996 F i 377(4):750-6 
A emery, lateral-cervical medullary thyroid carcinoma: a 
case report. Santini L, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 
May;81(5):1784—6 


CARCINOMA, MUCOEPIDERMOID 


P; carcinoma of the thyroid with mucoepidermoid 
ifferentiation. Viciana MJ, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 
1996 Apr;120(4):397-8 


CARCINOMA, NON-SMALL-CELL 
LUNG 


bar treatment of patients with recurrent brain metastases. 
A retrospective analysis of 109 patients with nonsmall cell 
lung cancer. Arbit E, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):765-73 
ig ge pe small cell lung 


cancer selophosphamie 
doxorubicin. Se Cah Deer al et al. Cancer 199 1998 Sep 1700). 79-8 


Adjuvant radiotherapy versus sequential 
chemetenney followed by radiotherapy in in the treatment 
of resected nonsmall cell lung carcinoma. A 


randomized 
trial of 267 patients. my woe te ig d Etude et de 
Traitement des Cancers Bronchi yoo B, et 
al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):779- 
Prognostic of p53 and ras p21 y nyt = 
nonsmall cell lung cancer. Fujino M, et al. Cancer | 
Dec 15;76(12):2457-63 
—_— and lymphatic vessel invasion as prognostic factors 
its with primary resected nonsmall cell carcinoma 
of t lung with intrapulmonary metastases. Fujisawa T, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15;76(12):2464-70 
I nonsmall cell lung cancer. A multivariate analysis 
treatment methods and patterns of recurrence. Harpole 
DH Jr, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):787-96 
Alternated approach with local irradiation and combination 
chemotherapy including cisplatin or carboplatin plus 
epirubicin and etoposide in intermediate stage non-small 
cell | cancer [letter] Le Péchoux C, et al. Cancer 1995 
Aug | ;76(3): 530-1 
i of radiotherapy alone versus combined 
chemotherapy and radiotherapy in stages Illa and IIIb 
nonsmall cell lung cancer. A meta-analysis. Marino P, et 
al. Cancer 1995 Aug 15; ;76(4): 593-601 
Neuroendocrine differentiation is an independent prognostic 
factor in chemotherapy-treated nonsmall cell lung 
carcinoma. Schleusener JT, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1; 
77(7):1284-91 
Neurologic disorders in 203 consecutive patients with small 
cell lung cancer. Results of a longitudinal study. van 
Oosterhout AG, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1434-41 
Cyfra 21-1 in cavitary lung lesions [letter] Kim YC, et al. 
Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):856 
Local increase in polymorphonuclear leukocyte elastase is 
associated with tumor invasiveness in non-small cell lung 
cancer. Yamashita J, et al. Chest 1996 May;109(5):1328-34 


CARCINOMA, PAPILLARY 


Papillary carcinoma of the thyroid with mucoepidermoid 
differentiation. Viciana MJ, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 
1996 Apr;120(4):397-8 

Papillary renal tumors. Morphologic, cytochemical, and 
genotypic features. Lager DJ, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 15; 
76(4):669-73 

Case in point. Multinodular goiter and papillary carcinoma. 
Olivero JJ. Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15;31(4):33 

Age-related activation of the tyrosine kinase receptor 

enes RET - NTRK1 in papillary thyroid 
carcinoma. Bongarzone I, et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):2006-9 

Diagnostic accuracy of 1311 scanning with recombinant 
human thyrotropin versus thyroid hormone withdrawal in 
a patient with metastatic thyroid carcinoma and 
hypopituitarism. —_— MD, et al. 

J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 : May; 81(5):1724-5 
RET oncogene puzzle in Chernobyl thyroid tumours [news] 
Bonn D. Lancet 1996 Apr 27,347(9009).1176 


CARCINOMA, RENAL CELL 


Detection of pseudocapsule of aye — carcinoma with MR 
g and CT. Yamashita Y 
Aah he 3 J Roentgenol 1996 May: 166(5): 1151-5 
ABC of urology. Urological malignancy--III: Renal and 
testicular carcinoma. Dawson C, et al. BMJ 1996 May 4; 
312(7039): 1146-8 (4 ref.) 
value of nuclear grade of renal cell carcinoma. 
Bretheau D, et al. Cancer 1995 Dec 15;76(12):2543-9 
Significance of conventional and new tic factors for 
_ confined renal cell carcinoma. Hofmockel G, et 


carcinomas. 
76(3):479-89 
Physi - 


49 





CARCINOMA, RENAL CELL 


al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15; Lp peered 
randomized trial of 





915503) Thee 10 


i of angiogenesis inhibi 
0-(chloroacety-carbamoy) fumagillol “CINP-470) against 
murine renal cell seein. Fujitke T. ct al. 3 Ucel 1996 


Disease outcome in patients with low stage renal cell 


carcinoma treated with nephron or radical 
Lerner SE, et A ~’ J Urol 1996 Jun;i5 @)1868-73 


P- multidrug resistance [letter] Duensin; 
seul N Ene) J Mod 1996 May 16;334(20): 1336. Genin 


Angiomyolipoma and renal cel carcinoma: U 
differentiation. Siegel CL, et al. Raticiow 1996 Mar; 
198(3):789-93 
Renal cell carcinoma and autoimmune hemolytic anemia. 
Lands R, et al. ae Se oe See 
Surgery for massive pulmonary embolism and ca 
renal carcinoma. Donatelli F, et al. Surgery 1996 May; 
119(5):596-7 
Metastatic renal cell carcinoma to ampulla of Vater: an 
unusual lesion amenable to surgical resection. Leslie KA, 
et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3):349-51 (14 ref.) 


CARCINOMA, SMALL CELL 


Long term results of a phase I/II study of aggressive 
chemotherapy and naunhd upper and lower hemibody 
radiation for patients with extensive stage small cell lun, 
cancer. Bonner JA, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):406-1 

small round cell tumors: results of a four-drug 
y regimen in five adult patients. Farhat F, et 
al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1363-6 

Histologic changes in small cell lung carcinoma after 
treatment. Fushimi H, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15; 
77(2):278-83 

The clini rum of myxoid and round cell 


clinicopathologic spect 
peg A study of 95 cases. Kilpatrick SE, et al. 
1996 Apr 15;77(8):1450-8 
Efficacy of radical hysterectomy as treatment for patients 
with small cell carcinoma of the cervix. Sevin BU, et al 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1489-93 
Growth control of Re cancer by interruption of 


5-lipoxy; rowth factor signaling. Avis 

IM, et a3 J Clin Invest s invest 1998 Feb i910) P 

High-dose chemotherapy with autologous bone 
marrow/stem-cell rescue in lun; . Basade MM, et 
= Lancet 1996 Mar 30-347(9008):847_8. 847-8 





y occult small-cell lung er case 
report and review of the literature. Sekine I, 
Ses Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):481-4 (15 ref) 


CARCINOMA, SQUAMOUS CELL 


wy ty pe er Brotzman GL, 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Mar;53(4):1154-62 (39 ref.) 

ASCUS and LSIL Pap smear. Results: triage considerations 
[editorial] Ferris DG. Am Fam Physician 1996 Mar; 
53(4):1057-8, 1060, 1064 

Gastric | A and jejunal B-cell 
MALT lymphoma with large cell transformation. 
Demonstration of EBV with identical LMP deletions 
in the carcinoma and large cell lymphoma. Vasef MA, et 
al. Am J Clin Pathol | May; 105(5):560-6 

Sites of failure and times to failure in carcinoma of the vulva 
treated conservatively: a Gynecologic Oncology Group 
study. Stehman FB, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr; 
174(4):1128-32; discussion 1132-3 (5 ref.) 

Squamous cell carcinoma of the eyelid and the pone 
yp syndrome. Maclean H, et 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):219-21 

Apoptotic inhibition of head and neck squamous cell 
a cells by tumor necrosis factor alpha. Briskin KB, 
et Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 May; 
12203 559-63 

rai a. Comparing the 
tumor su ene p53 and a = cycle regulator 

WAFI/CIP1 (p21). Clayman GL, et al 

Arch Head Neck Surg 1996 May; 122(5):489- 93 


50 


The posterolateral neck dissection. Tec’ 
Diaz EM Jr, et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head 
May;122(5):477-80 
The role of toluidine blue in assessing 
resection of squamous cell carcinomas of the upper 
tract. Portugal LG, et al. 
oo 1996 May; eee 
x necessary in stage stage IV 
nent ond each neck that responds to induction Sey ee 
Poulsen M, et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg | 


May;122(5):467-71 
Interleukins 2 and 12 activate natural killer lytic 
of blood mononuclear from 
ts with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. 
SP, et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 

May; 5):541- 7 

MYC. 7." Te Ree 
Neck Surg 1996 May;122(5):504-7 
locus on the short 


H, et al. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 May; 
122(5):497-S01 
Resection margin as a predictor of recurrence at the primary 
cee for Tl ond 12 oral concer. Bvelustion of 
histopathologic variables. van Es RJ, et al. 

Arch Head Neck Surg 1996. May; ¥o 5 
ABC of Urology. U y—-Il: Urothelial 
tumours. Dawson C, 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038):1090-4 (0 ref.) 
Chromosomal abnormalities involving 11q13 are associated 
with pee aay me in patients wi wamous cell 

the head and neck. Akervall JA, et al. 

Cancer 1995 a 1;76(5):853-9 

Cytokeratin subt and involucrin _in squamous cell 
carcinoma of the vulva. An i study 
of 41 cases. Ansink A, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1% 
76(4):638-43 
— lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma of the lung. A 

hologic study of 11 cases. Chan JK, et al. 

yma 1995 Aug <p wen ll 
Radiation therapy for glottic w+ Re 

Foote RL, et al. Cancer 1996 96 Jan 15; Da 


ae es ae. Comparison between 
cell carcinoma. Hélscher AH, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):178-86 


Acceleration of proliferative activity of ae 
cell carcinoma with invasion beyond mucosa: 
hemical analysis of Ki-67 Ds “3 — 
. Kawamura T, 


et al. 








in relation to 
al. Cancer 1996 Max 1;77(5):843-9 

Objective ey 'y grading of squamous cell carcinoma 
of the lung. Stereologic estimates of mean nuclear size are 
of it of clinical of ; 


of 42 cases using in situ h 
Cancer 1995 Aug 15;76(4):658-60 
Combined preoperative c iotherapy followed by 
radical surgery in locally advanced vulvar carcinoma. 
pilot study. Lupi G, et al. ——_ 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1472- $ 
ene cyclin D1 oncogene and uamous cell 
carcinoma. Nakagawa H, et al. 1995 Aug 15; 
76(4): 541 -9 


i y in nonmelanoma skin cancer. Robinson JK, et 
1996 Jan 15;77(2):284-91 
te value of histopathologic parameters of 
uamous cell carcinoma. Sarbia M, et al. Cancer | 
15;76(6):922-7 
ultimodal oe with neoadjuvant  intraarterial 
chemotherapy and radical 7 in Lae —o- 
IIIB-IVA cervical cancer. A preliminary study. li 
C, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 15; Kr 1019-26 
the 
- ne A 


An 

neoplasm compared with 

morphologically identical t Now ei other sites. 
Wan SK, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1689-93 _ 


commen’ 995 ‘< 5; 
76(6):928-34. Comment in: Cancer 1996 Sep;76(6):919-21. 
Prognostic significance of the MIB-1 proliferation index for 
a ee ee eae 
oussef EM, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):358-66 
— staging of eee Se Clinical 
ings, computed y, 
imaging com bey oe Ser ndiny, ly pry P, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1263-73 
p53 mutations in non-small cell lung carcinomas in Hong 
Kong. Lung ML, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 1090) 718-26 = 
Suppression of cornified envelope formation and t 
a erg by epidermal factor in 
inocytes. 7 he in RI, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Mays 
1313) 1727-34 
Survival and function after sleeve lobectomy for lung cancer. 
Gaissert HA, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):948-53 
Results and factors in resections of primary 
tracheal tumors: a multicenter retrospective study. The 
French Society of Cardiovascular Surgery. F, 
et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr;111(4):808-13; 


discussion 813-4 
Bladder squamous cell carcinomas iasin and 
externalize it #0 the urine. Celis JE, et al. UL J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6)2105-12 


Outcomes of initial surveillance of invasive 
carcinoma of the penis and ive nodes. u 
D, et al. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1626-31 

= outcome of osteocutaneous free-tissue transfer 
versus pedicled soft-tissue reconstruction for composite 
mandibular defects. Talesnik A, et al. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 dane yy 9x6). 1167-78 

Regional metastasis in neck cell 
carcinoma: revised A of uss with US-, FNAB. 
Takes RP, et al. 9 1996 Mar;198( 819-23 

agectomy letter] 
esophagectomy ter 

i T, et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3):359 


pope tena eeprom: CELL 


ge Urothelial 
1996 Apr 27; 

oy. 127038): 1090-4 (0 ref.) 
nasopharynx. An 


ee ae carcinoma of the 

virus-associated neoplasm compared with 
a om y identical tumors occu in other sites. 
Wan SK, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(1 ): 1689-93 
cisplatin, 


bladder preserv: 
multivariate analysis 
Angulo JC, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1897-902. 
Comment in: J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1910-1. 
Argon laser induced autofluorescence may ingui 
between normal and tumor human urothelial : 8 


microspectrofluorimetric study. Anidjar M, et al. 
J Urol 1996 May:155(3):1771-4 
neobladder i 


The ileal ureter is associated with a high success 
and a low complication rate [see comments] Benson MC, 
et al. J Urol 1 May;155(5):1585-8. Comment in: J Urol 
1996 May;155(5):1589-90. 

Clinical evaluation of cell deoxyribonucleic acid content 
measured by flow cytometry in bladder cancer. Bittard H, 
et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1887-91 

es of p53 and bel-2 to in muscle-invasive 

ransitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. Glick SH, et 
al J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1754-7 — 

Five-year followup of 


uamous cell 


y 4 
Cystectomy Trial 1. — Nordic Cooperative Bladder 
Cancer Study pow Fe see comments] Malmstrém PU, et 
al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 155(6):1903-6. Comment in: J Urol 1996 
Jun; 155(6):1910-1. 


pe 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1877-80; discussion 1880-1 

Metastatic umbilical transitional cell carcinoma from 
bladder diverticulum. Rajan N, et al. J Urol 1996 O& 
155(5):1700 

Prevalence and clinical significance of HER/2neu, p53 and 

Rb expression in primary su bladder cancer. Tetu 
B, et al. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1784-8 

Invasive bladder cancer--where do we go from here? 
editorial; comment] Waters WB. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):1910-1. Comment on: J ann. § 1996 
Jun; 155(6):1897-902. Comment JIU 
Jun; 155(6):1903-6. Comment on: J Urol 1996 
Jun; 155(6):1907-9. 

Transitional cell carcinoma of the labia minor: evidence of 
contact implantation of bladder cancer. Yu DS, et al. 
J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1699 

it of conservative management for stage T1 NOMO 

transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder [see comments] 
Zhang GK, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 155(6):1907-9. Comment 
in: J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1910-1. 


CARCINOMA, VERRUCOUS 


Chronic esophagitis evolving to verrucous squamous cell 
carcinoma: possible role of exogenous chemical 
carcinogens. Kavin H, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 
110(3):904-14 


CARCINOSARCOMA 
An findings tester] Nakagawa Te of the ! ae radiologic 


findings ] Nakagawa T, 
J Roentgenol 1996 Mays 166(5): 1233-4 


CARDIAC GLYCOSIDES 


—— sensitivity of the failing human myocardium to 
and Na(+)-channel activators. 
ee RH, et al. Am Heart J 11996 May;131(5):988-93 


CARDIAC OUTPUT 

ee Pee to eee aes after atrial 
switch repair for arteries. 

E, et al. Km 3 Cardiol 1996: Apr 15 (10):892-5 = 


iodynamics. 
Fang HK, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):495-S00 
Thermodilution cardiac output monitor [letter] Krafft P, et 


1996 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr,24(4):716-7 

Correlation of derived velocity change with cardiac 
index. Nowzari F, et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):580-2; 
discussion 582-3 


CARDIAC OUTPUT, LOW 


Value of ECGs in identifying heart failure due to left 
ventricular systolic dysfunction. Echocardiography is still 
necessary [letter ] Khandekar S, et al. BMJ 1996 May 4. 
312(7039): 1160 


Value of ECGs in identifying heart failure due to left 
ventricular systolic d Courses on interpretin; 
ECGs would improve general practitioners ' skills [letter 
Khunti K, et al. BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039):1161 

Value of ECGs in identifying heart failure due to left 
ventricular systolic dysfunction. ECGs are valuable in 

ital as well as general ice [letter] Lip GY, et al. 
B 1996 May 4;312(7039):1161 

Value of ECGs in identifying heart failure due to left 
ventricular systolic dysfunction. Likelihood ratios should 
have been - [letter] Sanderson S. BMJ 1996 May 4 
312(7039):1161 

Delayed right heart failure following lung transplantation 
Kirshbom PM, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 1092): 575-7 (9 ref.) 

Effects of nitric oxide synthase inhibition on the 
cardiovascular response to low output shock. Lorente JA, 

et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):482-7 


CARDIAC PACING, ARTIFICIAL 


Ventricular pacing: a cause of reversible severe mitral 
regurgitation. Berglund H, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 
131(5):1035-7 


Clinical snapshot: permanen’ Lome Hasemeier CS. 
Am J Nurs 1996 Feb:96(2 Feb;96(2): 


Transesophageal atrial pacin; — patients with 2 

pacemakers [letter] Roth Anesth Analg | 
82(5):1109-10 

Current practice and complications of tem 
cardiac pacing. Murphy JJ. Bi 
312(7039):1134 


Rapid ventricular pacing produces myocardial protection by 
nonischemic activation of KATP + channels. Koning MM, 
et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):178-86 

Induction of ventricular fibrillation predicts sudden death 
in patients treated with amiodarone because of ventricular 
tachyarrhythmias after a myocardial infarction. Rodriguez 
LM, et al. Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):23-8 

DDD pacing in hypertrophic area. a a 
clinical experience. Slade AK, et Heart 1996 
75(1):44-9 

Dual-chamber pacing in dilated cardiomyopathy: insufficient 
sample size, enttieesens population and inappropriate 
end point may lead to erroneous conclusions ] 
Auricchio A, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May; 
27(6):1548-9 

Influence of right ventricular pacing site on left ventricular 
outflow tract obstruction in patients with hypertrophic 
obstructive cardiomyopathy. ler F, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol | Apr;27(5):1219-24 

The additional hospital costs generated in the ement 
of complications of er and defibrillator 
implantations. Ferguson Jr, et al. 

J Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr; 
111(4):742-51;discussion 751-2 


CARDIAC TAMPONADE 


Intraoperative cardiac tamponade after central venous 
cannulation. Jiha JG, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):664-5 

ee of the month. Bottle-shaped heart. Kabinoff 
GS, et Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):825-6 

Clinical problem-solving: a broken heart [letter] Edalat K. 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 30;334(22):1475; discussion 1475-6 


CARDIOLOGY 


Cardiovascular medicine. Recommended core educational 
guidelines for family practice residents. American 
Academy of Family Physicians. Am Fam Physician 1996 
Feb 1;53(2):770-2 

ACC/AHA collaborate on guidelines for the evaluation and 
management of heart failure. Am Fam Physician 1996 May 
1;53(6):2196-8 

Medical guidelines by other societies: should we ignore or 
influence them? [editorial] Roizen MF, et al. 

Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):679-80 

Twelve weeks of coronary artery disease. Fedak PW. 
Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 15;154(10):1545-6 

Awards and named lectures at the 68th scientific sessions 
[news] Schneider MD. 1996 Apr 15; 
93(8): 1479-80 

Acronyms of clinical trials in cardiology——1996. Cheng TO. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1293-305 

President 's : convocation address. Lewis RP. 

J Am Coll 1996 May;27(6):1545-7 

Continued unauthorized use of FACC [editorial] Parmley 
ww. J fn Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1543-4 

Changes practice — cardiologists conflicts [news] 
Phi a DF JAMA 1 May 1;275(17):1300-1 


B96 May. 


rary transvenous 
1996 May 4; 


Abridged Index Medicus 


August 1996 


CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 


CARDIOLOGY SERVICE, HOSPITAL 


27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor 7 r t eg for coronary disease 
events. orce ganization of preventive 
cardiology service 


Pearson TA, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1039-47 (71 ref.) 


CARDIOMYOPATHY, CONGESTIVE 


Cryoglobulinemia: a reversible cause of dilated 
cardiomyopathy. Culclasure TF, et al. Am Heart J 1996 
May;131(5):1044-6 

Enhanced sensitivity of the failing human myocardium to 
cardiac glycosides and Na(+)-c activators. 
mes er Nae RH, et al. Am Heart J ry —— 131(5):988-93 


co yy shocks on A ca defteethation 


shocks versus sis biphasic 


energy requirements. Stric’ SA, et al. 
yay Amy J 1996 May; oY aie 


serial assessment of cardiopulmonary exercise capacity after 
cardiomyoplasty for either ischemic or idiopathic dilated 
cardiomyopathy. Cohen-Solal A, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 
Mar 15;77(8):623-7 

Effect of biphasic endocardial countershock on 

ids in humans. Kessler DJ, et al. Am J Cardiol 1 
Mar 1;77(7):527-8 
Remodeling of human myocardial col in idiopathic 
dilated cardiomyopathy. Role of metal and 
pyridinoline cross-links [see comments] Gunja-Smith Z, 
et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1639-48. t in: 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1345-50. 

Dual-chamber pacing in dilated cardiomyopathy: insufficient 
sample size, Geckouasene population and 1 i 
end point may lead to erroneous conclusions [letter] 
Auricchio A, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May; 
27(6):1548-9 

Fractionated electrograms in ve cardiomyopathy: origin 
and relation to abnormal conduction. de Bakker JM, et 
al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr213): 1071-8 

Cardiomyopathy related to acquired immunodeficiency 
syndrome in children [letter] Steinherz LJ. J Pediatr 1996 
May;128(5 Pt 1):721 

Tumour necrosis factor and inducible nitric oxide synthase 
in dilated cardiomyopathy [see comments] Habib FM, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1151-5. Comment in: 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1129-30. 

Repairing the broken heart of dilated ee ae 4 
[comment] Tracey KJ. Lancet 1996 Apr 
347(9009):1129-30. Comment on: Lancet 1 
27;347(9009):1151-5. 

infarction associated with Kearns-Sayre 
syndrome-related cardiomyopathy. Provenzale JM, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):826-8 


CARDIOMYOPATHY, 
HYPERTROPHIC 


Effects of dual-chamber pacing in hypertrophic 
cardiomyopathy on left ventricular outflow tract 
obstruction and on diastolic function. Betocchi S, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):498-5S02 

Dynamic magnetic resonance imaging assessment of the 
effect of ventricular wall curvature on regional function 
in o oy ange thy. Nakatani S, et al. 

Cardiol 1996 Mar 187 7708): 618-22 

Pheochromocytoma associated with clinical and 
echocardiographic features simulating yoyo 
obstructive cardiomyopathy. Huddle KR, et al 
May; 109(5): 1394-7 

Myocardial beta adrenoceptors and left ventricular function 
in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Choudhury L, et al. 
Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):50-4 

DDD pacing in a cardiomyopathy: a multicentre 

lade AK, et al Heart 1996 Jan; 


ya 


Influence of right ventricular pacing site on left ventricular 
outflow tract obstruction in patients with hypertrophic 
obstructive cardiomyopathy. Gadler F, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1219-24 

Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy: preoperative 
echocardiographic predictors of outcome after septal 
myectomy. McCully RB, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
May;27(6):1491-6 


CARDIOMYOPLASTY 


Serial assessment of cardiopulmonary exercise capacity after 
cardiomyoplasty for either ischemic or idiopathic eee 
cardiomyopathy. Cohen-Solal A, et al. Am J Cardiol | 
Mar 15;77(8):623-7 


CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS 


Hypotension resistant to therapy with alpha r 
complicating cardiopulmonary bypass: 
potential cause. Berkowitz DE, et al. 
May;82(5): 1082-5 

Optimal loading dose of milrinone for weaning from 
cardiopulmonary bypass [letter] De Hert SG, et al. 
Anesth 1996 May;82(5):1110-1 

Invalid determination of renal blood flow during 


tor agonists 
lithium as a 
Analg 1996 


gente cardiopulmonary bypass [letter] Settergren G. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1111-2 
Monitoring of ventilation on and off cardiopulmonary bypass: 
two or one? Thrush DN, et al. Anesth Analg 
1996 Apr;82(4):883-4 
Extracorporeal shunt: a theoretical to the 
prevention of arterial hyperoxia and the reduction of 
[ae wre emboli during bypass [letter] 
eightman WM, et al. Anesth Analg 1 Mar-82(3):672-3 
Monitoring of systemic mee 
in bt itorial; sonnel Bidstrup BP. 
Surg | Mar;61(3):781-2. Comment on: Ann 
- he Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):795-9. 
Cerebral oxygenation measured by near-infrared 
ison with j bulb oximetry. 
Daubeney PE, et al. Aan Thorac Sarg 1996 Mar,61(3):930-4 
of kaolin ACT to heparin: evaluation with an 
automated assay and higher heparin doses [see comments] 
Despotis GJ, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):795-9 
Comment in: Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):781-2. 
Interference with anticoagulation monitoring by 
procainamide-induced lupus anticoagulant. Metzdorff MT, 
et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):994-5 
Eosinophil ae ae fetter] Ov —. 


card: 
Ana Thorac Surg 19 1996 Be Marsoicsy.1 one. 


bypass in patients with heparin-induced 

thrombocytopenia using Org 10172. Wilhelm MJ, et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):920-4 

Esmolol and percutaneous cardiopulmonary bypass enhance 
myocardial salvage during ischemia in a dog model. Laub 
GW, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):1085-91 

Histamine liberation related to cardiopul 
children: possible relation to 
arrhythmias. Seghaye MC, et al. 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May;111(5):971-81 

Effect of sodium nitroprusside on complement activation 
induced by cardiopulmonary bypass: a clinical and 
—- study. Seghaye MC, et al. 
J Cardiovase Surg 1996 Apr;111(4):882-92 

Chronic nonpulsatile blood flow. III. Effects of pump flow 
rate on oxygen transport and utilization in chronic 
non tile biventricular bypass. Tomi R, et al. 
J Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr;111(4):863-72 

Chronic nonpulsatile blood flow. II. Hemodynamic responses 
to progressive exercise in calves with chronic nonpulsatile 
biventricular bypass. Tominaga R, et al. 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr; 11104): 857-62 

The effect of preoperative tranexamic acid on blood loss after 
cardiac operations in children. Zonis Z, et al. 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 111(5)982- 7 


CARDIOPULMONARY 
RESUSCITATION 


— resuscitation late in life: problems with the 
[editorial; comment] Finucane TE. Am J Med 
‘eb; 100(2):126-7. Comment on: Am J Med 1996 

Febe 100(2):128-37. 

Choices of seriously ill patients about ee 
resuscitation: correlates and outcomes PORT 
Investigators. Study to Understand Prognoses and 
Preferences for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments [see 
comments] Phillips RS, et al. Am J Med 1996 Feb; 
100(2):128-37. Comment in: Am J Med 1996 
Feb; 100(2): 126-7. 

Effect of selective aortic arch perfusion on median frequency 
and peak amplitude of ventricular fibrillation in a canine 
model. Barton C, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May; 
27(5):610-6 

Proceedings of the Second Chicago Symposium on Advances 
in CPR Research and guidelines for laboratory research: 
foreword. Becker BL, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May; 
27(5):539-41 

Field termination of unsuccessful out-of-hospital cardiac 
arrest resuscitation: acceptance by family members. 
Delbridge TR, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May; 
27(5):649-54 

Newer methods of improving blood flow during 
Halperin HR, et al. Ann Emerg 
(69 ref.) 

Reassessing the need for ventilation during CPR. Idris AH. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):569-75 (52 ref.) 

The mystery of bradyasystole during cardiac arrest. Ornato 
JP, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):576-87 (233 ref.) 

Global brain ischemia and reperfusion. White BC, et al. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):588-94 (48 ref.) 

Goodbye to ABCD resuscitation? [letter] Gilston A. 
Chest 1996 May;109(5):1414 

A matter of choice? [letter] Lee TS, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 
109(2):583 

Respiratory care education includes intubations [letter] 
Watson TJ. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):583-4 

Science challenges the dogmas of CPR [editorial] Weil MH, 
et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):597-8 

On the history of modern resuscitation. Safar P. 

Crit Care Med 1996 Feb;24(2 Suppl):S3-11 

Resuscitation from severe hemorrhage. Shoemaker WC, et 
al. Crit Care Med 1996 Feb;24(2 Suppl):S12-23 (76 ref.) 

Preferences for CPR and life-sustaining treatment among 
nursing home residents [letter] Hilberman M. JAMA 1996 





in—coated 


monary bypass in 
transient postoperative 


CPR. 
Med 1996 May;27(5):553-62 


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CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 


ne agony discussion 1310 
The Ontario of active 


3. E.. resuscitation for in-hospital and 
+ As eee 1G, et al. JAMA 1996 May 
;275(18):1417-23 
Effectiveness of CPR ] Weil MH, et al. 
JAMA 1996 Apr 17;275(15):11 ne 
resuscitation 





Helicobacter pylori 
infection [letter] Figura N. “Lancet 1998 May’ Ii; 
347(9011):1342 

resuscitation on 
and accusations 


N Engl J 


<P yey comment) Bat Baer NA. 
Jun 13. ;334(24): 1604-5. Comment on: 
N Engl 5 Med 1996 Jun 13; — 1578-82. 
cuties Miracles and 
misinformation [see comments 3 Diem SJ, et al. 
N Engl J Med 996 Jun 13;334(24):1578-82. Comment in: 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1604-S. 


CARDIOTOCOGRAPHY 


A multicentre comparative study of 17 experts and an 
computer system for managing labour using the 
cardiotocogram [letter] Bernardes J, et al. 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May; 103(5):489- -90 
be ap RAD Fk ey wes 
lysis of S's heres Gponseel 1996 Ie [letter] Kei 
RD, et al. Br J Obstet Jan; 103(1):94-5 
The of foal ack at birth by. computed 


of iemaperten ] 
Prabechbihon S, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol ee ool ban 
103(2):190-1 


CARDIOTONIC AGENTS 


Dissociation between wall thickening of normal myocardium 
and cyclic variation of backscatter during inotropic 
stimulation. Feinberg MS, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
1;77(7):515-20 

Analysis of microvascular integrity, contractile reserve, and 
myocardial viability after acute myocardial infarction by 
—_ echocardi hy and myocardial contrast 

y. Lliceto S, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
L77y441- 5 


Influence of digitalis on left ventricular functional response 
to exercise in congestive heart failure. Morisco C, et al. 
Am J Cardiol | Mar 1;77(7):480-5 

Optimal loading dose Mr milrinone for se eeny from 
cardiopulmonary bypass [letter] De Hert SG, et 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1110-1 

High frequency-induced a of human cardiac 
calcium currents. Piot C, . Circulation 1996 Jan 1; 
93(1):120-8 

Is it time to reposition vasopressors and inotr 
-_ MI, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3) 
ref.) 

Zatebradine and exercise tolerance [letter] Boudoulas H, et 
al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):951-2 

The atropine factor in pharmacologic stress 
a gg Echo Persantine (EPIC) and Echo 
Dobutamine International Cooperative (EDIC) Study 
Groups. Pingitore A, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr; 
27(5):1164- 

Neither dopamine nor dobutamine reverses the depression 
in mesenteric blood flow caused by positive end-expiratory 

. Azar G, et al. J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):679-85; 
discussion 685-7 


CARDIOVASCULAR AGENTS 


Diltiazem enhances the effects of triazolam by as its 
metabolism. Varhe A, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; 
59(4):369-75 


CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES 


Newly developed ST-T abnormalities on the 
electrocardiogram and chronologic changes in 
cardiovascular risk factors. Kawamura T, et al. 

x _ J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):823-7 
t cyclin ‘ra a health risk? Jeffery 
“ J Nutr | $06 Mar.63(3 Suppl): 4528-4558. den ref.) 
—_ of weight on cardiovascular disease. Kannel WB, et 
Am J Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 Suppl):419S-422S (20 


in sepsis? 
525- 37 (74 


wel ) 

Ethnicity and cardiovascular disease: The Evans County 
heart study. Hames CG, et al. Am J Med Sci 1996 Mar: 
311(3):130-4 

C reactive protein and its relation to cardiovascular risk 


factors: a lation based cross sectional study [see 
comments] Mendall MA, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038):1061-5. Comment in: BMJ 1996 Apr 
27;312(7038): 1049-50. 
Postmenopausal women: HRT today and into the future. 
Hanna a gs Copeat ae os Nordisk International 
ymposium. mark, 20-30 ber 
1995. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 Suppl 13:1. 108 
Safety of nicotine polacrilex gum used by 3,094 participants 
in the Lung Health Study. Lung Health Study Research 
Group. Murray RP, et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):438-45 
Persistent elevation of plasma insulin levels is associated with 
increased cardiovascular risk in children and young adults. 
The Bogalusa Heart Study. Bao W, et al. 1996 


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Jan 1;9%(1):54-9 
Growth factor 
olewnl ane Reh A call for multidiscr 

approaches [editorial] Hill MN, et al. 

1;93(1):4-6 
Elaboration of type-1 plasminogen activator inhibitor from 
ytes. A cees oat pathogenetic link Ty tate! 

cardiovascular disease. Lundgren CH, et al 

Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1): 106-10 
Genes and physiology: molecular aw . enetically 


SNasol4 animals. Chien KR. J Clin Feb iS 
97(4):901-9 (66 ref.) 
Blood 


pressure as a cardiovascular risk factor: prevention 
and treatment [see comments] Kannel WB. JAMA 1996 
May 22-29-;275(20):1571-6. Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 
22-29;275(20): 1604-6 
ACC features clinical trial a 
JAMA 1996 May 8;275(18):1392-3 
Cardiac radiology. Bettmann MA, et al. 
198(3):931-3 


CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 


Effects of nitric oxide synthase inhibition on the 
cardiovascular response to low output shock. Lorente JA, 
et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):482-7 

Regional blood flow alterations after bovine fumaryl beta 
beta-crosslinked hemoglobin transfusion and nitric oxide 
synthase inhibition. Ulatowski JA, et al. Crit Care Med 
1996 Apr;24(4):558-65 

Blood lipids, cardiovascular fitness, obesity, and blood 
pressure: the presence of potential coronary heart disease 
risk factors in adolescents. Anding JD, et al. 

J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):238-42 


CAREER CHOICE 


The effect of a medical school’s admission and curriculum 
policies on increasing the number of physicians in primary 
care specialties. Barnhart J, et al. Acad Med 1996 Mar; 
71(3):293-5 

Determinants of the generalist career intentions of 1995 
graduating medical students. Kassebaum DG, et al. 

= 1996 Feb;71(2):198-209 

R —_ for scholarly activity [letter] Smith 
KJ, et ‘al. Acad Med 1996 Mar-71(3):214 

Sabbatical. Vickman L. Ann Emerg Med 
27(5):668-71 

Career destinations in 1994 of United Kingdom medical 

raduates of 1983: results of a questionnaire survey. 
bert TW, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):893-7 

Inquiry is needed into difficulties of developing academic 
careers [letter] Ogilvie BM. BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):314 

Career choices of trainees in general practice [letter] Webb 
R, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3:312(7026).314 

Changes in career plans during medical training and practice: 
it’s time to look ahead and act [editorial; comment] 
Dauphinee WD. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 1; 
154(7):1049-52. Comment on: Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 
1;154(7):1035-8. 

Do you have any regrets about entering medicine? Leung 
GM. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15;154(8):1231-2 

Career changes among Saskatchewan physicians [see 
comments] Shaw S, et al. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 1; 
154(7):1035-8. Comment in: Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 
1;154(7):1049-52. 

Nursing administration. Its time has come [editorial] Verran 
JA. J Nurs Adm 1996 May;26(5):5-6 


CAREER MOBILITY 


Grassroots, “bottom-up” strategies for a successful ic 
career. Gruber N, et al Med 1996 Mar;71(3):218-9 

The interconnectedness of nurses’ lives. Implications for 
nursing management. Glynn P, et al. J Nurs Adm 1996 
May;26(5):36-42 


CAREGIVERS 


A follow up study of depression in the carers of dementia 
sufferers. Ballard CG, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 13; 
312(7036):947 

The moderating influence of service use on negative 
caregiving consequences. Bass DM, et al. 

J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 1996 May;51(3):S121-31 
Advancing caregiver research: weighing efficacy and 
feasibility of interventions [editorial] Montgomery RJ. 

J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 1996 May;51(3):S109-10 
Amount of care given and aos * _ action: a latent 

growth curve analysis. Walker AJ, 
J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 1996 May; 51(3):P130-42 


for vascular injury and ischemia 
1996 Jan 1;93(1):199-200 

inary team 

1996 Jan 


tations [news] Phillips DF 
Radiology 1996 Mar; 








1996 May; 


CARMUSTINE 


Final report of a phase I/II trial of hype: 
accelerated hyperfractionated 
carmustine for adults with supratentorial malignant 
gliomas. Radiation Therapy Oncology Group Study 83-02. 
Werner-Wasik M, et ok Came 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1535-43 


rfractionated and 
radiation therapy with 


CARNITINE 


Abnormality of nerve conduction in diabetic neuropathy: Is 
there a functional relationship with the carnitine system? 
Arduini A, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):851 


CARNIVORA 


Big cat attack: a case study. Wiens MB, et al. J Trauma 1996 
May;40(5):829-31 


CAROTENE 


Bioavailability of a natural isomer mixture compared with 
synthetic all-trans beta-carotene in human serum. 
Ben-Amotz A, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May; 
63(5):729-34 

Do antioxidant micronutrients 
development and progression o 
McAlindon TE, et al. Arthritis 
39(4):648-56 

Trials reveal no benefit, possible harm of beta carotene and 
vitamin A for lung cancer prevention [news] Marwick C. 
JAMA 1996 Feb 14;275(6):422-3 


CAROTID ARTERIES 


Carotid artery measures are strongly associated with left 
ventricular mass in older adults (a report from the 
Cardiovascular Health Study). Kronmal RA, et al. 

J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):628-33 

Role of CD44 in the reaction of vascular smooth muscle 
cells to arterial wall injury. Jain M, et al. J Clin Invest 
1996 Feb 1;97(3):596-603 

Medical management in the endovascular treatment of 
carotid-cavernous aneurysms. Polin RS, et al 
J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):755-61 


CAROTID ARTERY, COMMON 


Correlation of Doppler derived velocity change with cardiac 
index. Nowzari F, et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):580-2; 
discussion 582-3 


CAROTID ARTERY DISEASES 


Carotid atherosclerosis in women with polycystic ovary 
syndrome: initial results from a case-control study. Guzick 
DS, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1224-9; 
discussion 1229-32 

Association of the auscultatory gap with vascular disease in 
hypertensive patients. Cavallini MC, et al. 

Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):877-83 

Carotid-cavernous fistula and jugular venous oxygen 
— [letter] Dujovny M, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 
84(4):71 

Gender-related differences in aneurysmal subarachnoid 
hemorrhage. Kongable GL, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Jan; 
84(1):43-8 

Long-term results in direct carotid-cavernous fistulas after 
treatment with detachable balloons. Lewis Al, et al. 

J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):400-4 

Cranial nerve palsy in spontaneous dissection of the 
extracranial internal carotid artery. Mokri B, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):356-9 


CAROTID ARTERY, INTERNAL 


Endovascular treatment of a kitchen knife pseudoaneurysm 
of the cervical internal carotid artery. Tu RK, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):704 

Internal carotid artery gunshot wounds. Sclafani SJ, et al. 
J Trauma 1996 May; 40(5): 751-7 

Cranial nerve palsy in spontaneous dissection of the 
extracranial internal carotid artery. Mokri B, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):356-9 

The use of magnetic resonance angiography prior to 
pharyngeal flap surgery in patients with velocardiofacial 
syndrome. Mitnick RJ, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(5):908-19 


CAROTID ARTERY THROMBOSIS 


Prevention of arterial thrombosis by adenovirus—mediated 
transfer of cyclooxygenase gene. Zoldhelyi P, et al. 
Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):10-7 


rotect against the 
knee osteoarthritis? 
Rheum 1996 Apr; 


CAROTID STENOSIS 


Carotid artery stenosis: to screen or not to screen [editorial; 
comment] Adelman A. Am Fam Physician 1996 Feb 1; 
53(2):486, 491. Comment on: Am Fam Physician 1996 Feb 
1;53(2):549-56, 559-60. 

Prevention of stroke caused by carotid bifurcation stenosis 
[see comments] Santilli JD, et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 
Feb 1;53(2):549-56, 559-60 (21 ref.). Comment in: Am Fam 
Physician 1996 Feb 1;53(2):486, 491. 

Asymptomatic severe carotid stenosis. Barry HC. 

J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):345-6 

Intracranial intraarterial thrombolysis facilitated by 
microcatheter navigation through an occluded cervical 
internal carotid artery. Nesbit GM, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 
Mar;84(3):387-92 


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Do the facts and figures warrant a 10-fold increase in the 
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endarterectom 
correlation to carotid stenosis. AbuRahma AF, et al. 
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CARPAL TUNNEL ro Se 
Carpal tunnel release. 


Correlations itive 
tous Wintman BI, et al. Cis Orthey | 1996 May. 
( g 
itfails of , 


tunnel release. Einhorn N. 
erry Apr;27(2):373-80 (74 Tf) 
tunnel — Kulic! RG. 


a North Am 1996 6 Apez72) 345-54 (78 ref.) 
of carpal tunnel release. Mirza MA, et 
. Orthop North Am 1996 Apr;27(2):355-71 (61 ref.) 
Carpal _—, release using minimally invasive technique 
Pony be P, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May; 
97(6):1310-1 


as targets for 


y JD, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec; i736): 1782-7 
protein in in Chinese patients with — 
pm Lau YL, et al. Arthritis Rheum | 
;39(4):706-8 
lusive pISINK4B gene deletions in acute lym 
leukemia include the El beta exon of the plein gene 
Heyman M, et al. Blood 1996 Feb fs.97¢4).1687 
lycoprotein expressed from 


ive hematopoiesis may 


i ood 1986 May 18709) 3676-87 
Warren AP, et al. Blood 1 May 1570): 3676-87 
Elevated levels of corticc binding 
protein the blood of patients suiferng fom arth and 
Pg ss ey te ands in synovial 
fluid. Woods RJ, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb; 
35(2):120-4 
Carrier-mediated jejunal absorption of conjugated bile acids 
Gastroenterology 


in the guinea Amelsberg A, et al. 
1996 ‘Apr110¢) 1098-106 


Frequent of pl6/MTS1 and pl5/MTS2 and 
e- alterations a gy in pancreatic tumors. 
laumann M, et . Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 
110(4):1215-24 
A homozygous splice site mutation affecting the intracellular 
domain of the growth resulti 





1996 May;81(5):1683-S. 

Role of two recently cloned rat liver GSH in 
the ubiquitous transport of GSH in mammalian cells. Lu 
SC, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 _ 15;97(6):1488-96 


sequence binding protein expression by T cell activation. 
Nelson N, et al. J Immunol 1996 May. 15;156(10):3711-20 
Serotonin gene polymorphism and affective 
disorder [letter] Kunugi H,'et al Lancet 1996 May 11; 
347(9011):1340 
Serotonin transporter gene polymorphism and affective 
] Stéber G, et al. Lancet 1996 May 11; 
347(9011):1340-1 


CARRIER STATE 


— of morbidity among _—— T lymphotropic virus 
carriers in Miyazaki, J ——— SO, et al. 
Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):5 


CARTILAGE 


ge fly ny 
cartilage: a 
Ann Otol Rhinol 


ory way Wan of ——- tracheal 
396 Mar, 05()176-81 
eae an integrin 
and interleukin-1: pone on the article by 
Arner and Tortorella [letter] Jobanputra P. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 ny gree 
Rabbit articular ects treated with autologous 
Pcntbere M. et al. Clin Orthop 1996 
May;(326):270-83 
Immune response inhibition by ~ te ge subchondral bone 
with cytotoxic a Rodrigo J. al. Clin Orthop 1996 
May;(326):96-1 . a ” 
Imm responses in human recipients of osseous 
Strong DM, et al. Clin Orthop 


domain of the cartilage 
can induce inflammatory erosive 
spondylitis in BALB/c mice but immunity 


osteochondral 
1996 May;(326):1 
Immunity to the Gl 


pol 
Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


to Gl is inhibited by covalently bound keratan sulfate in 
vitro and in vivo. Leroux JY, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb. 1;97(3):621-32 


Cloning, expression, and type Il gy pe activity of 
x metalloproteinase-13 from human osteoarthritic 
. Mitchell PG, et al. D Cite Invest 1996 Feb i 


hriti 
J Clin Invest 1996 \o May 1;97(9):2011-9 


CARTILAGE, ARTICULAR 


Fibronectin synthesis in superficial and deep layers of want 
a Hayashi T, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1 


190 ;:39(4):567-73 
-6 — yy in i articular rp Possible 


implications inflammation cartilage 

S — Maier R,. ad Arthritis Rhema 1996 Ate 
4):552-9 

Enhancement of SPARC (osteonectin) s 

e. Increased levels in synovial 


thesis in arthritic 
uids from patients 
arthritis and regulation by growth factors 

and poy in chondrocyte cultures. Nakamura §S, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):539-51 

Stimulation of TIMP-1 production by oncostatin M in human 
articular cartilage. Nemoto O, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 
Apr;39(4):560-6 

In vitro effects of methotrexate on human articular cartilage 
and bone-derived osteoblasts. van der Veen MJ, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Apr;35(4):342-9 

Rabbit articular i defects treated with au' 
cultured chondrocytes. Brittberg M, et al. Clin Orthop 1996 
May;(326):270-83 

Rate en Steep elie eninge aes 
hemiarthroplasty Blasier RB. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr;78(4):635 

Nitric oxide: an important articular free radical. Murrell GA, 
et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb;78(2):265-74 

Articular i volume in the knee: semia 
determination from three-dimensional reformations of MR 
images. Piplani MA, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 198(3):855-9 


CASE MANAGEMENT 


27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the hazard for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 7. Evaluation and management of risk 
factors for the individual patient (case management). Swan 
HJ, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1030-9 (37 
ref.) 

The status of the trauma coordinator position: a national 
survey. Gantt DI, et al. J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):816-9 


CASEINS 


The role of prolactin and growth hormone in the regulation 
of casein gene ex and mammary cell survival: 
relationships to milk synthesis and secretion. Travers MT, 
et al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1530-9 


CASTS, SURGICAL 


The bubble cast: to monitor and 


[letter] Salt: 
R, et al. Plast Reconstr 


t flaps I 
Surg 1596 M May;97(6):1307-9 


CAT-SCRATCH DISEASE 


MR imaging of the knee: findings in cat-scratch disease 
[letter] Mele FM, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May; 
166(5):1232-3 

Etio of cat-scratch disease [letter] Bedkowski SM. 
Am Fam Physician 1996 May 1;53(6):1994 

New serotype of Bartonella henselae in endocarditis and 
cat-scratch disease. Drancourt M, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 
17;347(8999):441-3 


CATALASE 


Predominant role of catalase in the disposal of hydrogen 
xide within human erythr . Gaetani GF, et al. 
1996 Feb 15;87(4):1595-9 


CATAPLEXY 


narcolepsy through the simultaneous clinical and 
yoy ay analysis of cataplexy. Dyken ME, et al. 
Arch 1996 May;53(5):456-60 
— and monoamine oxidase deficiency in Norrie 
Vossler DG, et al. Neurology 1996 May; 
460): 1258-61 


CATARACT 


Autosomal dominant zonular cataract with sutural opacities 

nt a —— family. Basti S, et al. 
J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb; 1212) 162 8 

™ association of postoperative subjective visual function 
with acuity, glare, and contrast er in patients — 
early cataract. Adamsons IA, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 
ro ae 114(5):529-36 

Triple vs nonsimultaneous procedures in Fuchs’ dystrophy 


CATHETER ABLATION 


cataract. Pineros OE, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May; 

114)525-8 
Volume ~ - $ in the bovine lens and cataract. The 
involvement of chloride channels. Zhang JJ, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):971-8 


CATARACT EXTRACTION 
fewer] Balyeat HD, ct a. Am J Ophthalmol 196 Feb 
4 . lens . . . 
at aint iar tomer, 
BenEzra D. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb; 


ultaneous proced! 
and cataract. Pineros OE, et al. Arch Ophdhaieal | 
114(5):525-8 


CATECHIN 

Ray ae OS Oe 2 ee enon Oe 
1996 Apr 15;77(8 ):1662-7 

CATECHOL METHYLTRANSFERASE 


Cn ee ae 
monoamine oxidase A: effects on hemod 
catecholamine metabolism in health 

al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; 


CATECHOLAMINES 
Simultaneous inhibition of catechol-O-methyltransferase and 


ynamics and 
volunteers. Illi A, et 
'4):450-7 


neurochemical and clinical 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):1010-9 


CATECHOLS 


Simultaneous inhibition of catechol-O-methyltransferase and 
monoamine oxidase A: effects on hemodynamics and 
—— metabolism in healthy volunteers. Illi A, et 

Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):450-7 


ae 


ag pe excretory urography ] Dixon 
POD. am Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar; 166(3):721; discussion 
722 


Bowel preparation for excretory yy 
CD, et al. “eee Am J ——— 996 Beart) 2102 


Beeting (sic) a retreat [letter] Rosalki 
1996 Feb 17; '347(8999): 474 


CATHEPSIN B 


Flow cytometric DNA analysis and lysosomal cathepsins B 
and L in locally advanced laryngeal cancer. Relationship 
tho! , 


with clini logic parameters and 
usso A, et al. Cancer 1995 


meio). 757-64 


CATHEPSIN D 
OHER-2/m analyses of — es factor receptors, 
- oncoprotein thepsin D in ees 
‘7h malignant uteri Sanfilippo JS, et al. Cancer | Feb 
15;77(4):71 


nsulin-like growth factor II modulates the routing of 
cathepsin D in MCF-7 breast cancer cells. De Leon DD, 
et al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1851-9 


CATHEPSINS 
Flow cytometric DNA analysis and lysosomal poe mee A . 
and L in locally advanced laryngeal cancer. 
with oe thologic parameters and oe 
usso A, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15; 
Sto i7s7. 10): 1757-64 


Evidence for extracellularly acting mediating 
thyroid liberation in thyroid epithelial cells. Brix 
K, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1963-74 


CATHETER ABLATION 


Learning curve for 
iatrics at a single institution. 

Am Heart J 1996 mn ee ‘ 
——— it ventric outflow tract tachycardia: 
- Ay anatomic location for successful ablation. 
Saevenetie C, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):930-6 
Localization of the origin of the atrioventricular junctional 
rhythm induced during selective ablation of do0-guineeg 


prognostic 
Nov 15; 


catheter ablation in 
B, et al. 


53 





CATHETER ABLATION 


conduction in patients with atrioventricular node reentrant 
i u JC, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 


tach 
131(5):937-46 (45 ref.) 
i with 


catheter ablation. Atakr In a MR, 
. J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):655-8 
Radiofrequency ablation of the His bundle for malignant 
ial flutter after Mustard procedure for transposition of 
arteries. Vaksmann G, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 
we erp 
of radiofrequency catheter ablation in the 
ae aaee ees Kay GN, et al. 
Med 1996 Mar;100(3):344-56 (23 ref.) 
lled continuously circulating, hot 


~ n'§ Git Gyccol B95 Dec ees ~ 
ysiologic characteristics 


and electroph 
of midseptal, and para-Hisian accessory 
a eee Se aa 
ai , et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):730-40 
Indications for catheter ablation in infants and small children 
with reentrant supraventricular tachycardia ] 
CL, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May.27(6): 1551-2 
catheter ablation 


of common — flutter: 

comparison of el icall y guided focal ablation 

technique and linear 7 rma technique. Chen SA, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):860-8 

Posterior fast atrioventricular node pathways: implications 

for i y catheter ablation of atrioventricular 

sods Sibaietas teatpesedie. tn Istein ED, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27( (5): 1098-105 

'y catheter of right ventricular outflow 


Pe 








i 4 children and adolescents [see comments] 

OConnor BK, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15; 

27(4):869-74. Comment in: J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 
15; oye 875-6. 

Role of catheter-induced mechanical trauma in localization 

of target sites of radiofrequency ablation in automatic atrial 


tachycardia. 
27(5):1090-7 


Pappone C, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr; 


catheter ablation for idiopathic right 
ho 


? 4 t} Si 

J Am eh C Cardiol 1996 Mar 15; ;27(4): 875-6. Comment on: 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):869-74. 

"Pseudodisappearance” of atrial ee during 

orthodromic tachycardia: new criteria successful 
left-sided accessory pathways. 

Villacastin J, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15; 

27(4):853-9 


CATHETERIZATION 


anesthesia and permanent neurologic deficit after 
interscalene block. Passannante AN. Anesth Analg 1996 
Apr;82(4):873-4 
Plexus irritation caused by interscalene brachial plexus 
catheter for shoulder surgery. Ribeiro FC, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 oe * 

Cost-benefit analysis of nasal cannulae in non-tracheally 
intubated eubjece. Woda RP, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
82(3):506-10 

A catheter to deliver retrobulbar medication oo! Lincoff 
H, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May;114(5):634- 

Comparison of Rg ng and eatin radial 


oda . Gerber DR, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 
a 
navigation through an occluded 


internal carotid artery. Nesbit GM, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 
Mar;84(3):387-92 


CATHETERIZATION, 
VENOUS 


MR angiography for mapping potential central venous access 
sites in patients with advanced venous occlusive disease. 
Rose SC, et al. AJR Am J 
166(5):1181-7 

Percutaneous retrieval i a Vena-Tech filter displaced - jr. 
central line t [letter] Rosenblum 1D, et 
AJR Am J 1996 Apr; — 994-5 

Intraoperative cardiac tamponade central venous 
cannulation. Jiha JG, et al. Anesth Annie 1996 ‘Mon 
82(3):664-5 

You found it where!? [letter] Noel TA 2nd. 
Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1264-5 

Perforation of great vessels during central venous line 

placement [letter] Scarpinato L. Arch Intern Med 1996 May 

13; 156(9): 1028-9 


CATHETERIZATION, PERIPHERAL 


Additional test to confirm placement of pediatric lines [letter] 
Dean VS. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1113 


CATHETERIZATION, SWAN-GANZ 


Right ventricular perforation by a pulmonary artery catheter 

pom fay artery bypass surgery. Lyew MA, et al. 
Analg 1996 May;82(5): 1089-90 

Correlation of Doppler derived velocity change with cardiac 


intraarterial thrombolysis facilitated by 
cervical 


CENTRAL 


54 


index. Nowzari F, et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):580-2; 
discussion 582-3 

CATHETERS, ner 

Percutaneous implantation 
reservoir by sonographically 
puncture. Oi H, et al. AJR 
166(4):821-2 

A i acciden traoperative finding: 
arteriovenous fistula? Hayes A, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):674-5 

Catheter implant systems for intrathecal drug delivery [letter} 
Penn RD. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):713 


CATS 
lee bp ot oe ont aoe oe oe 


Am J Trop Med Hiyg 19% Feb,sa(2) 122-6 


CATTLE DISEASES 


cally guided et subclavian artery 
J Roentgenol 1996 Apr; 


of red cell band 3 in cattle due to a nonsense mi 
Inaba M, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr CONT 


CAUCASOID RACE 


Ethnicity and cardiovascular disease: The Evans County 
heart study. Hames CG, et al. Am J Med Sci 1996 Mar; 
311(3):130-4 

Hormone receptor status of breast tumors in black, Hispanic, 
and non-Hispanic white women. An analysis of 13,239 
cases. Gapstur SM, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr is 377(8):1465-71 

Racial differences in survival of female breast cancer in the 
Detroit met: jitan area. Simon MS, et al. Cancer 1996 
Jan 15;77(2): 14 

The influence of the wider use of surfactant therapy on 
neonatal mortality among blacks and whites. Hamvas A, 
et al. N Engl J Med | Jun 20;334(25):1635-40 


CAUDATE NUCLEUS 


Lev -induced changes in synaptic a 
with Parkinson's disease as measured by a IChracoprde 
displacement and PET. Tedroff 3, et al. 
May;46(5): 1430-6 


CAUSE OF DEATH 


On the need for more expertise in death investigation (and 
a National Office Death Investigation Affairs?) 
[editorial] Hanzlick R. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr; 
120(4):329-32 (26 ref.) 


CAVERNOUS SINUS 


Carotid-cavernous fistula and jugular venous oxygen 
saturation [letter] Dujovny M, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 
84(4):713 

Long-term results in direct carotid-cavernous fistulas after 
treatment with detachable balloons. Lewis All, et al. 

J 1996 Mar;84(3):400-4 

Medical management in the endovascular treatment of 
carotid—cavernous aneurysms. Polin RS, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):755-61 


CD4 LYMPHOCYTE COUNT 


Viral load and — to treatment of HIV fletter] Fessel 
WJ. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1672; discussion 
1672-3 


CD4-POSITIVE T-LYMPHOCYTES 


Inflammatory bowel disease in C.B-17 scid mice 
reconstituted with the CD45RBhigh subset of CD4+ T 
cells. Leach MW, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May; 
148(5):1503-15 

A case of h inophilic syndrome is associated with the 
expansion of a CD3-CD4+ T-cell population able to 
secrete large amounts of interleukin-5. Brugnoni D, et al. 

Feb 15;87(4):1416-22 

Active systemic lupus erythematosus is associated with the 
recruitment of naive/resting T cells. Gordon C, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Mar;35(3):226-30 

Expanded are 
proliferative response in T lymphocytes from patients with 
Crohn's disease. Roman LI, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 
Apr; 1 10(4):1008-19 

Hyperexpression of CD40 ligand by B and T cells in human 
lupus and its role in —. +. 5 production. 
Desai-Mehta A, et 1996 May 1; 
97(9):2063-73 

Apoptotic depletion of CD4+ T cells in idiopathic CD4+ 
T lym ia. Laurence J, et al. J Invest 1996 
Feb 1;97(3):672-80 


CD4+ CD7- CD28- T cells are expanded in rheumatoid 
arthritis and are characterized by autoreactivity. Schmidt 
D, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2027-37 

Cross-linking of the CD40 ligand on human CD4+ T 


lymphocytes generates a costimulatory signal that 
up-regulates IL-4 synthesis. Blotta MH, et al. 
J Immunol —- May 1;156(9):3133-40 

cell death in peripheral lymphocytes from 
HIV-infected persons: increased susceptibility to apoptosis 
of CD4 and CD8 T cells correlates with lymphocyte 
activation and with disease Gougeon ML, et 


necessary but not 
sufficient to activate CD4+ T cells. : of a novel 
costimulator on kidney tubule cells. Hagerty DT. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3652-9 
—— typhimurium aroA- infection in gene-targeted 
it mice: major role of CD4+ TCR-alpha 
beta cells and IFN-gamma in bacterial clearance 
independent of intracellular location. Hess J, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3321-6 

Streptococcal M protein ide with similarity to myosin 
induces CD4+ T cell-dependent myocarditis in 
MRL/++ mice and induces ial tolerance against 

coxsakieviral myocarditis. Huber SA, et al. J Immunol 1996 
May 1;156(9):3528-34 

Costimulation of IL-4 uction by murine B7-1 and B7-2 
molecules. Natesan M, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):2783-91 

Flow cytometric and functional analyses of central nervous 
system-infiltrating cells in SJL/J mice with Theiler’ 
virus-induced demyelinating disease. Evidence for a 
CD4+ T cell-mediated logy. P JG, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):4050-— 

Liver NK1.1+ CD4+ alpha beta T cells activated by IL-12 
as a major effector in inhibition of experimental tumor 
metastasis. Takeda K, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 

156(9):3366-73 


CD8-POSITIVE T-LYMPHOCYTES 


Antibodies to a conserved region of HLA class I molecules, 
capable of modulating CD8 T cell-mediated function, are 
present in pooled normal immunoglobulin for therapeutic 
use. Kaveri S, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):865-9 

A common TCR beta-chain expressed by CD8+ intestinal 
mucosa T cells in ulcerative colitis. Chott A, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):3024-35 

Development of CD8 alpha alpha+ intestinal intraepithelial 
T cells in beta 2-microglobulin- and/or TAP1-deficient 
mice. Fujiura Y, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
— 2710-5 

cell death in peripheral lymphocytes from 

a V-infected persons: increased susceptibility to apoptosis 
of CD4 and Cps 7 T cells correlates with lymphocyte 
activation and with disease progression. Gougeon ML, et 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3509-20 

Shortened telomeres in clonally ex CD28-CD8+ T 
cells imply a replicative history that is distinct from their 
CD28+CD8+ counterparts. Monteiro J, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3587-90 

MHC class I-dependent presentation of exoerythrocytic 
antigens to CD8+ T lemehonent is required for protective 
immunity against Plasmodium berghei. White KL, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9): 3374-81 

Protective immunity in BALB/c mice the simian 
virus 40-induced mKSA tumor resulting from injection 
¢ ee large T — Requirement of CD8+ 

ytes. Zerrahn J, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
1se0d 3919-24 


CEFACLOR 
‘aclor serum sickness. Grammer LC. JAMA 1996 Apr 17; 
275(15):1152-3 


CEFAZOLIN 


Efficacy of ofloxacin vs cefazolin and tobramycin in the 
yay | for bacterial keratitis [letter] Baker RS, et al. 
Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May;114(5):632-3 


CEFSULODIN 


Combination therapy of Pseudomonas aeruginosa 
pyelonephritis im neutropenic mice a human 
antilipopolysaccharide monoclonal antibody 
cefsulodin. Ishibashi K, et al. J Urol 1996 ane135(6) 2094-7 


CEFTAZIDIME 
Cure of a — 

case report. Fulgham 

46(5):1451-4 (10 ref.) 

CEFTRIAXONE 

i controlled trial of single-dose antibiotic 

laxis in ical treatment of closed fractures: the 


prophy surgical 
tch Trauma Trial. Boxma H, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 
27;347(9009): 1133-7 


with antibiotic therapy: 


abscess 
JR, et al. 1996 May; 


CELIAC —— 

Celiac disease: jejunoileal fold pattern 
reversal found at vl ae folie. through? Barlow JM, 
et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):575-7 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Evidence that intestinal intraepithelial 
activated cytotoxic T cells in celiac disease but not i 
Oberhuber G, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May; 
148(5):1351-7 
nee seen ae © 
vitro gliadin challenge in the small intestine of celiac 
patients. Maiuri L, et al. 1996 May; 
110(5):1368-78 
i rome. George 


frequency of celiac disease in Down synd 
K, et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):555-7 
A man with weight loss, ataxia, and confusion for 3 months. 
Beversdorf D, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):446 
Adult coeliac disease [letter] Dalgleish AG. Lancet 1996 Mar 


in, fractures, and malabsorption 
et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):829-30 


Gluten sensitivity and neurological dysfunction [letter] 
Mitchell M, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):904 
Gluten sensitivity and tion [letter] 


lymphocytes are 
in 


neurological dysfunc 
Unsworth DJ. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):903-4 


me for celiac disease [clinical conference 
N Engl J Med 1996 a d 16;334(20): ier 
Gluten-sensitive enteropathy. Troncone R 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1996 Apr;43(2): 355, 3 ‘(106 ref.) 


CELL ADHESION 


Eosinophil de ulation in the presence of bronchial 
ore y cells. Effect of c and role of adhesion. 
akafuji S, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3980-5 


CELL ADHESION MOLECULES 


The effect of leukocytes on adhesion molecules. An 
explanation of blood transfusion enhancement of tumor 
_ Quigley RL. Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):438-41 
—6 expression in human articular chondrocytes. Possible 
————- in joint inflammation and _ cartilage 
degradation. Maier R, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr; 
yp 552-9 
Cell 


adhesion molecules: an overview [editorial] Laffén A, 
et al. Br J Rheumatol 1995 Dec;34(12):1101-2 (14 ref.) 
Influence of different volume therapies and pentoxifylline 
witicalty on circulating soluble adhesion molecules in 
330891 G9 Boldt J, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 

—— 385-91 we on ref.) 

The role adhesion molecules, and chemokines 
in we owe ee 2-induced lymphocytic infiltration in 
CS7BL/6 mice. Anderson JA, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Apr 15;97(8):1952-9 

DCC protein expression in cell a a 
and its relation to leuk Inokuchi K, et al 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;9 paso 7 

Blockade of platelet endothelial cell adhesion molecule-1 
protects against myocardial ischemia and reperfusion injury 
in cats. Murohara T, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1; 
156(9):3550-7 

Adhesion molecules--Part 1. Frenette PS, et al. 

N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1526-9 (0 ref.) 


CELL COMMUNICATION 


Tumor autocrine motility factor responses are mediated 
through cell contact and focal adhesion rearrangement in 
the absence of new tyrosine phosphorylation in metastatic 
cells. Silletti S, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May; 148(5):1649-60 

Osteoclast function is activated by osteoblastic cells through 
a mechanism 996 May. 137(3).218 contact. Jimi E, et al. 
aes 1996 pot 137(5):2187-90 

N-cadherin-mediated contact inhibits fang | cell 


Tea Peluso 
JJ, et al . ~ — 1996 Apr;137(4): 1196-203 


CELL COUNT 
Autocrine growth stimulation of human meningioma cells 


by let-derived factor. Todo T, et al. 
J eee 1996 


y;84(5):852-8; discussion 858-9 
CELL CYCLE 


Constitutive expression of GATA-1 interferes with the 
cell-cycle re ion. Dubart A, et al. Blood 1996 May 
1;87(9):3711-21 


CELL DIFFERENTIATION 


AMS580, a stable benzoic derivative of retinoic acid, has 
powerful and selective cyto-differentiating effects on acute 
yelocytic leukemia cells. Gianni M, et al. Blood 1996 
eb 15;87(4):1520-31 
Cell differentiation 
3',5 monophosphate 


uman 

i 137(5):1785-90 
ret protooncogene mutations and endocrine la——a 

story intertwined with neural crest differentiation [editorial; 





endogenous cyclic adenosine 
Hany - osteopontin expression in 
Daiter E, et al. Endocrinology 1996 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM NEOPLASMS 


comment] Gagel RF. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(S):1509-11. Comment on: Endocrinology 1996 
Up anni 1512-9. 
of cyclooxygenase-2 expression by 
An as ropin during the differentiation of human 

endometrial stromal cells into decidua. Han SW, et al. 

1996 May;137(5):1791-7 
Proliferation and differentiation of a human colon cancer cell 
ane ke 6 andes eee ae 
aor) 101 and secretion of insulin-like factor 
F) IGF-II and IGF ray | 

Ge P, et al. May;137(5):1764-74 
1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D ad lipoprotein _ lipase 
—— in 3T3-L1 cells in association with adipocyte 
differentiation. Vu D, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):1540-4 
Tolerance sensitivity of immature-stage B cells: can 
developmentally regulated B cell antigen _—— (BCR) 
signal transduction play a role? Monroe JG. J Immunol 
1996 Apr 15;156(8):2657-60 (38 ref.) 


CELL DIVISION 


Suppression of cellular proliferation using p53 DNA 
recognition site-related oligonucleotides. Ré RN, et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 Feb;311(2):65-72 

Endothelial cell proliferation is suppressed by plasma but not 
serum from women with preeclampsia. Smarason AK, et 
al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):787-93 

Type I procollagen production and cell proliferation is 
mediated by transforming wth factor-beta in a model 
of hepatic fibrosis. Eghbali-Fatourechi G, et al. 

1996 May;137(5):1894-903 

Growth regulation of rat thyrocytes (FRTL-S cells) by the 
secreted ectodomain of beta-amyloid precursor-like 
proteins. Popp GM, et al. 1996 May; 
137(5):1975-83 

Proliferation and differentiation of a human colon cancer cell 
line (CaCo2) is associated with significant changes in the 
— and secretion of insulin-like growth factor 
(IGF) IGF-II and IGF Soscortoclons rotein-4: role of IGF-II. 
Singh P, et al. 1596 May; 137(5):1764-74 

Binding of ae ny hormones to the melanocortin 
receptor MCIR on human melanocytes stimulates 
proliferation and melanogenesis. Suzuki I, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1627-33 


growth 
—4: role of IGF-II. 


CELL LINE 


Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-carrying and -expressing T-cell 
lines established from severe chronic active EBV infection. 
Imai S, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1446-57 


CELL MEMBRANE 


Signal transduction and on gy epee 
proteins (lyn, Ick, CD4, CD45, G proteins, and CD55) 
selectively localize in Triton-insoluble plasma membrane 
domains of human leukemic cell lines and normal 
granulocytes. Parolini I, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3783-94 

Adhesion-activating phorbol ester increases the mobility of 
Lo gp pe _ rin — 1 in cultured lymphocytes. Kucik 
DF, et al Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2139-44 

Proteolytic ana and activation of 
pro-macrophage-stimulating protein by resident peritoneal 
macrophage membrane proteases. Wang MH, et 
J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):720-7 


CELL MEMBRANE PERMEABILITY 


Effects of experimental hemosiderosis on ——— 
pone ee ne permeability, and tissue iron conten’ 
kinpour H, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May;41(5): 904-8 


CELL MOVEMENT 


CD34-deficient mice have reduced eosinophil accumulation 
after allergen exposure and show a novel crossreactive 
90-kD protein. Suzuki A, et al. Blood 1996 May 1; 
87(9):3550-62 

Effect of antigen provocation of IL-5 transgenic mice on 
eosinophil mobilization and bronchial hyperresponsiveness. 
Lefort J, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar; 
97(3):788-99 

tic factors stimulate CD18-dependent canine 
neutrophil adherence and motility on lung fibroblasts. 
Burns AR, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1; 156(9): 3389-401 

Restricted V beta usage by T cells infiltrating rejecting 
human lung allografts. DeBruyne LA, et al. J Immunol 
1996 May 1;156(9):3493-500 

Very late antigen-4/vascular cell adhesion molecule-1! 
(VLA-4/VCAM-1) pathway is involved in_ the 
transendothelial migration of lymphocytes in bancroftian 
filariasis. Freedman DO, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):2901-8 

Regulation of lymphocyte homing into the brain during viral 
encephalitis at various stages of infection. Irani DN, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3850-7 

Stem cell factor (c-kit ligand) influences eosinophil 
recruitment and histamine levels in allergic airway 
inflammation. Lukacs NW, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3945-51 


Pathologic leukocyte infiltration of the rabbit aorta confers 
a vasomotor effect to chemotactic peptides 
cyclooxygenase-derived metabolites. Petitclerc E, et 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3426-34 

I 


Salicylates inhibit B-alpha | phosphory 
onaiean Pierce JW, et al. sipemon. and 


ial-leukocyte 
neutrophii transmigration. 
May 15;156(10):3961-9 
Flow cytometric and functional analyses of central nervous 
system-infiltrating cells in SJL/J mice with Theiler’ 


virus-induced demyelinating disease. Evidence for a 
CD4+ T cell-mediated pathology. Po JG, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10): 


Mononuclear cell conditioned medium enhances bronchial 
epithelial cell migration but inhibits attachment to 
fibronectin. Ito H, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 May; 
127(5):494-503 


CELL NUCLEUS 
Nuclear morphometry for improved prediction of the 


of human bladder carcinoma. Fukuzawa S, et 
oat eance 1995 ay 15; oun 


jective mali grading of squamous cell carcinoma 
ait. es oo be nuclear — are 
of prognostic value, independent of ee 
Ladekarl M, et al Cancer 1995 Sep 17645) 7-802 
oe nes ee receptor in the 
human prostatic carcinoma cell line JCA-1: evidence that 
the antiproliferative effects of 1 al 
25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 are mediated exclusively through 
the genomic signaling pathway. Hedlund TE, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 May: 1313): 1554-61 
Intranuclear inclusions in oculopharyngeal muscular 


d y Bukhara Jews. Blumen SC, et al 
Neurology 1996 


ay;46(5):1324-8 
CELL SEPARATION 


Separation of mixed red cell populations by using microbead 
columns. Tse LC, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 May; 
127(5):489-93 


CELL SURVIVAL 


Leukemia inhibitory factor and ciliary neurotropic factor 
promote the survival of Sertoli cells and gonocytes in 
coculture system. De Miguel MP, et al. Endocrinology 1996 
May;137(5):1885-93 


CELL TRANSFORMATION, 
NEOPLASTIC 


7th Annual meeting of the Japanese Research Society for 

Gastroenterological Carcinogenesis. Oita, Jay 
ber 8-9, 1995. Cancer 1996 

Suppl): 1592-758 

Enhanced secretion and activation of matrilysin during 
malignant conversion of human colorectal epithelium and 
its relationship with invasive potential of colon cancer cells. 
Itoh F, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1717-21 

Synthetic retinoids for the prevention of 
hepatocellular carcinoma [editorial; comment] Shafritz DA. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1600-1. Comment on: 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1561-7. 


CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 


Neurologic sequelae of deep hypothermic circulatory arrest 
in cardiac transplant infants [see comments] Eke CC, et 
al. Ann Thorac 1996 Mar;61(3):783-8. Comment in: 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):779-80. 

Central activation of the trigeminovascular pathway in the 
cat is inhibited by dihydroergotamine. A c-Fos 
electrophysiological study. Hoskin KL, et al. Brain 1996 
Feb;119 ( Pt 1):249-56 

Localization of binding sites in the central nervous system 
for leptin (OB protein) in normal, obese (ob/ob), and 
diabetic (db/db) C57BL/6J mice. Malik KF, et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1497-S00 


apan, 
Apr 15;77(8 


CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 
DISEASES 


Erythromycin-induced clozapine toxic reaction. Cohen LG, 
et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):675-7 


CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 
NEOPLASMS 


Management of primary central nervous system lymphoma 
for the patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. 
Confronting a clinical catch-22 [editorial; comment] Corn 
BW, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):163-6. Comment on: 
Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):328-32. 

Central nervous system progression of metastatic breast 
cancer in patients treated with paclitaxel. Freilich RJ, et 
al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):232-6 

T-cell infiltration of primary CNS lymphoma. Bashir R, et 
al. 1996 Feb;46(2):440-4 

Recovery from coma caused by primary CNS mantle cell 
lymphoma presenting as encephalitis. Finsterer J, et al. 


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CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM NEOPLASMS 


Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3 
ne > ay as initial treatment 


x, . mary CS ip Thoma oder patent — 


CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 
STIMULANTS 


Nicorette finds i ing cessation 
Voelker R. JAMA 1S50 May 1:275(19):1301 
CENTRAL VENOUS PRESSURE 
Comparison of intrathoracic and i 
measurements of central venous pressure. 
al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1155-7 
CEPHALOMETRY 
Sleep, pe gy 
Part I -—- Normative 
rohan 199 1996 Mar; 10%(3):664-72 
CEPHALOSPORINS 
Efficacy of ofloxacin vs cefazolin and tobramycin in t 
Arch Ophthalmol 19 keratitis sGreh Baker RS, et al. 
Arch 1996 May;114(5):632 
neutropenic with human 
monoclonal entibod and 


y 
Ishibashi K, et al. J Urol Pag oy eH 
lor serum sickness. Grammer LC. JAMA 1996 Apr 17; 
275(15):1152-3 


Mc 


of acute 
ick MW, et al. Lanest 1996 Mar snsodsyses 


CEREBELLAR ATAXIA 


Isoniazid neurotoxicity [letter] Lewin PK. Pediatrics 1996 
May;97(5):782-3 


CEREBELLAR DISEASES 


Adult coeliac disease [letter] Dalgleish AG. Lancet 1996 Mar 
30,347(9005):908 


CEREBELLAR NEOPLASMS 


Cerebellar astroc manifesting as isolated, comitant 
esotropia in chi Simon JW, et al. 

Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May; 121(5): eek 

Surgical treatment of epidermoid the 
cerebellopontine angle. Samii M, et al. 1 Keuresurg 1996 
Jan;84(1):14-9 
Postoperati 


ive surveillance imaging in children with 
cerebellar astrocytomas. Sutton LN, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 
May;84(5):721-5 


CEREBELLOPONTINE ANGLE 


Surgi treatment of 
ccdutiapention engi Saaah MA ot ah. 3 Meeaay 1906 
Jan;84(1):14-9 


CEREBELLUM 
Delayed-onset cerebellar syndrome. 
Po aa den 1996 ne - 53(5):450-4 
| microvascular decompression 
“ysis Technical note. Melvill RL, et al. 
;84(1):127-8 
Cerebellum is im in acquisition of sensory information 
. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1173 
ic infarction. Chaves CJ, et al. 
aoe 1996 a ;46(2):346-9 
a oe to sporadic 


f multiple system atrophy 
a b atrophy and other forms of idiopathic 


ie ae y. Gilman S, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46( 1197 9 (40 ref.) 

Anti-Yo-associated paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration 
in a man with adenocarcinoma of ; 


unknown origin 
Krakauer J, et al. Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1486-7 


CEREBRAL ANEURYSM 


Abduction defect associated with aberrant regeneration of 
the oculomotor nerve after intracranial aneurysm. Slavin 
ML, et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May;121(5):580-2 

Delayed-onset cerebellar syndrome. Louis ED, et al. 

Arch Neurol 1996 May; ser 450-4 

Traumatic arteriovenous fistulas of 

intracranial 


the 


Louis ED, et al. 


for 





aneurysms 
vessels a a with penetrating head 
injuries occurring during war: principles and pitfalls in 
di and management. A survey of 31 cases and 
review of the literature. Amirjamshidi A, et al. 
J 1996 May;84(5):769-80 

Effects of a hydroxyl radical scavenger on delayed ischemic 

deficits following aneurysmal subarachnoid 

hemorr : results of a multicenter 
double-blind trial. Asano T, et 
84(5):792-803 

Paradoxical aggravation of vasospasm with papaverine 


56 


infusion following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. 
Case . Clyde BL, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 
84(4):690-5 
subarachnoid hemorrhage in a patient with 
en ee eg wo ae 
artery. Case literature 
Friedlander RA, et al. 3 Neweaurg 1996 Aprta(4yssbi4 


(33 ref.) 
Treatment of large and giant fusiform intracranial 
with i coils. Gobin YP, et al. 


surgical treatment of 
i aneurysms: a proposed grading 
Khanna RK, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Jan; 


J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1): S342 


aneurysmal subarachnoid 
hemorrhage. RL J Neurosurg 1996 Jan; 


84(1):43-8 

Se 6 a ee; 
84(3):538; discussion 539-40 

Endovascular treatment of basilar ti 
electrolytically detachable coils. Mc 


using 
CG, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):393-9 


oth ypertension 
. Ogilvy CS, et al. J be 1996 May; 
ry 
Medical management in the endovascular treatment of 
carotid-cavernous aneurysms. Polin RS, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 — 84(5):755-61 
Current i of noninvasive screening 
for t Senet ae 
history of aneurysms [letter 
J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):534-6 
a ne ay among 
ranial aneurysms. Schievink WI, et 
3 Nosenns 1996 May;84(5):781-4 
endovascular sur; 


840): 526-9 
*" Doppler ul of intracranial 
pon amy ww JM, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar; 
84(3):459-61 


CEREBRAL ANGIOGRAPHY 


CEREBRAL ANOXIA 


Prediction of outcome in patients with anoxic coma: a clinical 

and electroph study. Chen R, et al. 

Crit Care Med | Apr.24(4):672-8 

Cerebral resuscitation from cardiac arrest: treatment 
tials. Gisvold SE, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Feb;24(2 


24(2 M2 Supply 37-20 ( 903 ‘ref "ret _ Crit Care 


CEREBRAL ARTERIOVENOUS 
MALFORMATIONS 
Crue malformations [letter] Findlay JM. 


dhe apne 1996 May; F me 
expanding hematoma in association 


report. Kurita H, et al. 
J oo 1996 May; eespaes 
Sinus skeletonization: a treatment for dural apuiunnst 
malformations of the tentorial apex. Report of two cases 
Lucas CP, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Pane pene coer 


\ ascular therapy 
Maidjian J, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 age a 
Stereotactic radiosurgery for visual pathway 
arteriovenous malformations. lock BE, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 om tt J (29 ref.) 


Sy omonty 1996 Apr; 84(4):677-80 
Radiosurgery for arteriovenous malformations 
KA, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 eayb03).096.8 
—- escalation safety and —— study of 
ee ate antagonist dextromethorphan i 
i Bey Steinberg GK, et al. J - etn 
1996 1996 May.84( 


Exposure versus Instability [letter] Yasargil MG, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):891-2 


the 


CEREBRAL ARTERY DISEASES 
aging Steeite Deter) Kdzig A. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar; 
84(3):538; discussion 5 
infundibula 


fletter] 2 Zager EL, et al. J Neurosurg 
;84(3):538-40 


phal to familial hemiplegic 
Weller M, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):844 


CEREBRAL CORTEX 


Cortical inhibition in Parkinson's disease. ym Ag ow 
CPt Berardelli A, et al. Brain 1 Feb; 


in cortical activity durin, 
eg Ey using functional 
Quutiahen af pal By -« ~ sy 4 of 
atrophy progressive 
an eee, Saseaty SA. et al. Brain 19 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 
1):181 
Cortical projections to spinal 


and amyotrophic 
—— 1996 May;46(5):1396-404 
Abnormal cortical motor excitability in dystonia. Ikoma K, 


et al. Neurology 1996 - 1371-6 
Nenegneo ee ase 
degeneration: Differentiation from Alzheimer 
Massman PJ, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):720-6 
Does the central sulcus divide motor and sensory functions? 





mental rotation. A 
I. Cohen MS, et al. 


glionic 


subdural grid electrodes. Nii 
‘eb;46(2):360-7 
; Of auditory evoked —- is 
ine: an indication cortical 
tiation on low serotonergic a PE oe 
ang W, et al. Neurology 1996 May:46(5) 1404-9 
Epilepsy surgery in the setting iventricular 
leukomalacia and focal cortical featede yllie E, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):839-41 


CEREBRAL EMBOLISM AND 
THROMBOSIS 


Cardioembolic stroke. Brickner ME. Am J Med 1996 Apr; 
100(4):465-74 (92 ref.) 

Blind drive [letter] Lee AG. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):401; 
discussion 401-2 

Blind drive [letter] Stommel E. Arch Neurol 1996 May; 
5(5):401 

Oral contraceptives, pregnancy and the risk of cerebral 

per mae nana ee the influence of diabetes, 

migraine and previous thrombotic disease 
PJ. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Jan;103(1):93-4 

Intracranial intraarterial thrombol fi 


navigation through 
internal carotid artery. Nesbit GM, lui’ 3 Memonne 1996 
Mar;84(3):387-92 
Hormone therapy [letter] Johnson CJ. Neurology 1996 May; 
46(5): 1496-7 
Safety of in in acute ischemic stroke [letter] Lodder 
J. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):589; discussion 589-91 


CEREBRAL eee 

New-onset auditory hallucinations righ fm + 
lobectomy te Bremer J. Am J Perchioty, 
153(3):442- 


Delayed-onset cerebellar syndrome. Louis ED, et al. 
Arch Neurol 1996 May: 53(5):450-4 

a, case the month. Sequential magnetic 

of a falx interdural hematoma. ow 

K. et al. Arch Adolesc Med 1996 May;150(5):545-6 

Prenatal and perinatal risk and protective factors for neonatal 
intracranial hemorrhage. National Institute of Child Health 
and Human t Neonatal Research Network. 
Shankaran S, et al. Arch Pediatr Adolese Med 1996 May; 
150(5):491-7 

Edema from intracerebral hemorrhage: the role of thrombin. 
Lee KR, et al. J Page 1996 Jan;84(1):91-6 

Cerebellar yy et infarction. Chaves CJ, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):346-9 

Safety of heparin in acute ischemic stroke [letter] Hart RG, 
et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):589; discussion 589-91 

Safety of heparin in acute ischemic stroke [letter] Lee N. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):589; discussion 589-91 

Intracranial hemorrhage associated with cocaine abuse: 
a autopsy study. Nolte KB, et al. i eemlony 1996 

ay;46(5):1291-6 

Hemorrhagic transformation of brain infarct: predictability 
in the first 5 hours from stroke onset and influence on 
clinical outcome. Toni D, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 
46(2):341-5 

Antenatal phenobarbital therapy and neonatal outcome. I: 
Effect on ini hemorrhage. Shankaran S, et al. 
Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):644-8 


CrREBRAL INFARCTION 


Images in cardiovascular medicine. Saccular aortic aneurysm 
simulating pulmonary artery aneurysm. Fred HL, et al. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Circulation 1996 - 15;93(8):1601 
Insulin reduction cerebral infarction [letter] de 
hy et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Jan; 
84(1):146-8 

Temporary vessel occlusion for aneurysm surgery: risk 
factors for stroke in patients by induced 
hypothermia and h venous mannitol 


ion and in 
. Ogilvy CS, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May: 


84(5):785-91 
oa 1996 Feb) 6-9 
raniotopic defects of smooth 


pursuit and saccadic ey 
ae = Morrow MJ. Neurology 1996 Febsasa)Si4-31 
Cerebral infarction associated with Kearns—Sa 
syndrome-related cardiomyopathy. Provtnntle | JM, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):826-8 
i study of seizure after cerebral 
infarction. So EL, et al. } a bn 1996 Feb;46(2):350-5 
H transfe infarct: 


Chaves CJ, et al. 


clinical outcome. Toni D, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 
oun’ 5 -5 
thetic peptide derived from the Bordetella — 
* ecteri reduces infarct volume after transient middle 
cerebral artery occlusion in the rat. Zhang RL, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1437-41 


CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA 
cerebral ischemia 


an indicator of 
pee Soe SO rw Anesth Analg 1996 Apr; 
82(4): 


Brain tissue oxy carbon dioxide, and pH in neurosurgical 
patients at for ischemia. Hoffman WE, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):582-6 

Global brain ischemia and reperfusion. White BC, et al. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):588-94 (48 ref.) 
Efficacy of iy. —- nimodipine for delayed ischemic 

deficit after subarac a@ metaanalysis. 

Barker FG 2nd, et al. J Neurosurg | Mar $43):408_ 14 

raumatic subarachnoid 
ee Se ee et al. 

J Neurosurg 1996 May; 84(5): ++ 

Low-molecular-weight the treatment of acute 
ischemic stroke [letter] ‘oom TM. N Engl J Med 1996 
May eo 

Safety of heparin in acute ischemic stroke [letter] Hart RG, 
et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):589; discussion 589-91 

Safety of heparin in acute ischemic stroke [letter] Lee N. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):589; Le ager 589-91 

Safety of heparin in acute ischemic stroke [letter] Lodder 
J. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):589; discussion 589-91 


CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA, TRANSIENT 
Conditions that mimic stroke [letter] Benbadis SR. 
Arch Neurol 1996 996 May: 53(5):404 
Paradoxical aggravation of vasospasm with papaverine 
— following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. 
14046905 Clyde BL, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 
following subarachnoid 
—activating factor 
antagonist, E5880. Hirashima Y, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 
May;84(5):826-30 
Loss of nitric oxide synthase immunoreactivity in cerebral 
vasospasm. Pluta RM, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 
84(4):648-54 
Prevention of subarachnoid a cerebral 


eee oe eee a endothelin receptor 
oacesos Zuccarello M, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar; 
84, 


ee, 6 Srna geste Seaate sinte [letter] Lodder 
J. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):589; discussion 589-91 
derived from the Bordetella 


T 


cerebral artery occlusion in the rat. Zhang RL, et al. 
Neurology 1996 er 46(5): 1437-41 


CEREBRAL layed 


of — and 
Obetet Gynecel 1996 cee "Rest 742) 798-9 
athetosis in children with 


x 


Survival and of oe | tissues, with 
obstruction of cerebral 


vent a parkinsonian patient 
treated with fetal allografts. Fol kerth RD, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1219-25 


CEREBROSPINAL FLUID 

Blast-like cells in the cerebrospinal fluid of young infants: 
further characterization of clinical setting, morphology and 
origin. Jalfey PB, ct al Am J Cin Pathol 1996. May 
1 - 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA 


2 ibi 
Eseries TM. ef al ‘Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May, 
150(5):552-4 


ae SSe 


CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PRESSURE 


Tee et phe. ctehination St _aaee a 
in 
gsm Saal Sea net 


» et al. eka and migra 


CEREBROSPINAL FLUID SHUNTS 
Comparison of s 
shunting in the treatment of syringom in children 
Vernet O, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 ponte ar 
Lumbar ureteral shunt: an absolute contraindication for 
wasn Pienkos EJ. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):2026-7 


CEREBROSPINAL RHINORRHEA 


Spontaneous CSF fistula through a —— y fenestrated 
sphenoid bone. Quint DJ, et al. AJR Am J Rocatgenol 1996 
Apr; 166(4):952-4 


CEREBROVASCULAR CIRCULATION 


Evaluating CBF velocity with transcranial Doppler 
ultrasound [letter] Cerisoli M, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 
Mar;153(3):447 
susceptibility contrast MRI of regional cerebral 
blood volume in Alzheimer’s disease. Harris GJ, et al. 
Am 


R 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 ee at 1043-4 
A Pw provocation posttraumatic stress 
using positron emission tomography and 
script driven imagery. Rauch SL, et al. 
Gen Psychiatry 1996 May;53(5):380-7 
Randomised study assessing the effect of phenytoin and 
magnesium sulphate on maternal cerebral circulation in 
eclampsia using transcrania] Doppler ultrasound. Naidu S, 
et al. Or J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb;103(2):111-6 
Central activation of the trigeminovascular 
cat is inhibited by dihydroergotamine. 
study. Hoskin KL, et al. Brain 1996 
Feb;119 ( Pt 1):249-56 
Re betw 


experimental study. Czosnyka M, et al. J aoe "1996 

Jan;84(1):79-84 

Nitric oxide mediation of oom 

autoregulation of cerebral prs 
BG, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Jan,64()) 271-8 

“Je hymal ~¥ aes a 

° cysts: a new progressive ue to 

diffuse cerebral microangiopathy. Labrune P, et al. 

Neurology 1996 May;46(5): 297-301 


CEREBROVASCULAR DISORDERS 


1:9342):549-36, 559-60. 

Prevention of stroke caused by carotid bifurcation stenosis 
see comments] Santilli JD, et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 
‘eb 1;53(2):549-56, 559-60 (21 ref.). Comment in: Am Fam 
Physician 1996 Feb 1;53(2):486, 491. 

stroke. Brickner ME. Am J Med 1996 Apr; 
100(4):465-74 (92 ref.) 

Poststroke 


Anesth Analg 1996 Manta): 582-6 
Dietary flavonoids, antioxidant Hoy and incidence of 


stroke: the — a et al. 
Arch Intern Med 25; 156(6)637-42 
fetter Benbadis SR 


Conditions that inde stroke 


et al. 


patients with stroke. Smith PM, et al. 


Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 0 5):431-5 
ee ae 


\nehethoen 
ST Badd 1986 Ape IS3I2M3G}9TE dieceonioe 
~, Grant GF. BMJ 1996 Apr 6; 
2(7035):917 
ee ate a ee after acute 
dysphagic stroke. Speech and ists should 
have in study [letter] oes ae eye 
Apr 13;31 36):972; discussion 97 
par wt a hy feeding after acute 
a Se hanya Ch 
patients with Secu 9A 
Apr 13;312(70: " 
Percutaneous B Gating Mux come 


ea y tube should be tt hE 
urphy + et al. BMJ 1996 Apr Pte a 
discussion 97. 


odddd Ghee ia catia Giisauen etn: Chk ¥. et al. 

J Nerv Ment Dis 1996 May;184(5):274-80 

ay eee es SS ee ee oe 

factors for stroke in patients protected by induced 

See OS ee tra 
administration. Ogilvy CS, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May; 

84(5):785-91 


No to DNR orders in acute stroke. Landi G. Lancet 1996 
a eee 


vietier] Guat Y, et al. Lancet Lancet 1996 Feb eb 17; 348999) 72 “723 


temperature in acute stroke: relation to stroke severity, 
gn Ry eo and outcome. oer 
Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):422-5 
Tissue activator for acute ischemic 





stroke 

Friedman HS. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23; 
34(21):1405; discussion 1406 
Tissue ae oe eee aoe 


activator 
Koroshetz WJ. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23; 
hen gg a 
Pures activator for acute ischemic stroke 
fletter Qureshi N. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1406 


t foramen ovale: the 
with Paradoxal 
wsky J, et al. 


, symptoms mimicking myocardial 
KC, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 
46(2):548-51 


Inpatient costs of specific cerebrovascular events at five 
ae medical centers [see comments] Holloway RG, 
Neurology 1996 — Comment in: 
_ Newrolony 1996 Mar;46(3):602 
lormone therapy [letter] Johnson CJ. Neurology 1996 May; 
HG) 1496-7 
The cost of strokes: Two views [editorial; comment] Joynt 
RJ. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):602. Comment on: 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):854-60. Comment on: 
N 1996 Mar;46(3):861-9. 
Extensive calcifications, 


Rime fic 


Utilization 


mney A and formation 


1996 Nay Mays) 1297- %01 
Y. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):588 
ea cca dit ome tered ther 
¢ xr" study [see comments] 
i 1996 Mar;46(3):861-9. 
Comment in: sideares 1996 Mar;46(3):602 
transformation of brain infarct: predictability 
in the first 5 hours from stroke onset and influence on 
clinical outcome. Toni D, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 
46(2):341-5 
Cerebral angiography complications link cerebral autosomal 
dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and 
to familial ee migraine. 
Weller M, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):844 
Effectiveness versus efficacy of treatment of hypertension 
for stroke prevention. Whisnant JP. Neurology 1996 Feb; 
46(2):301-7 (22 ref.) 


CERTIFICATION 


Exploration of failure on the sonny. Ohapien examination for 
child and a hapiro T, et al. 
Am J Psychiatry | Power Be 693-7 


CERULOPLASMIN 


Role of endogenous lasmin in low density lipoprotein 
oxidation by human U937 monocytic cells. Ehrenwald E, 
et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):884-90 


CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL 
NEOPLASIA 


The effect of directed biopsy on the atypical cervical 
transformation zone: assessed by eye my 
colposcopy. Chenoy R, et al. Br J Obstet G 





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CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA 


Cervical chrormaltien, bomen human papillomavirus, and human 


immunodeficiency virus 
Motti PG, et al. J ‘ine De 1 Dis 1996 "Mar17%3) 714-7 


CERVICAL VERTEBRAE 
es Seen Se canted eteie ite 


observations in ratent,Shanaganathan Kt at 
Am 3 Reeatgnal 1996 April 4):897-902 

oulela y in the Japanese. Kokubun §, et al. 

Clin Orthop 996 Feb;(323)-129-38 

Cervical k in patients who have Larsen syndrome. 

Johnston 2nd, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr; 

78(4):538-45 | 


the cervical : 


Se fe et al. 5 tecs Seiet Sarg Am 1996 
7&(3):412-21 
p — , 


of the unstable cervicothoracic 
JR, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 


spine. 
84(4):552-8 
Ini 


1 failure 

aa 3):537-8 
7 as J Neurosurg 1996 Mar; 
errr 7;discussion 5$37- 
Radiographic cervical amd evaluation in the alert 
asymptomatic blunt trauma victim: much ado about 
Velmahos GC, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 

hap 68-74 

cat attack: a case study. Wiens MB, et al. J Trauma 1996 


dees for radiological and clinical 
Use : . or ak tae clini 

Semmeaeen nan eieakd Get Lanse 1908 ber 
23,347(9004):828-9 


CERVICO-BRACHIAL NEURALGIA 
ms ~ brachial plexus neuropathy: ~~ evidence for 


pa Suarez GA, et al. 
ee 1996 Feb;46(2):559-61 


CERVIX DISEASES 


Prevention of pelvic —_ disease by screening for 

cervical chlamydial inft see comments] Scholes D, 
J Med 1996 Mey 23;334(21):1362-6. Comment 
J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1399-401. 


CERVIX NEOPLASMS 
- we MR imaging of stage I 


a dedicated transvaginal coil: 
os oan 





in: N 


cervical neoplasia 
MR features and 
NM, et al. AJR Am Roonloeneh th56 Manlesaysss > 
The minimal] 


G+ Papanicolaou smear. Brotzman GL, 
et al. Am Physician 1996 Mar:53(4):1154-62 (39 ref.) 
ASCUS and LSIL smear. Results: triage considerations 
pane Fy . Am Fam Physician 1996 Mar; 
(4): 105 1060, 1064 passim 
minimally abnormal — = conservative 
“ae editorial] Zuber T. Au Fam Phocicien 1996 
;53(4):1042, 1048, 1050 passim 
Expanded pelvi y fields for treatment of 
local-regionally advanced carcinoma of the cervix: 
outcome and complications. Greer BE, et al. 
‘a7 sen Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4):1141-9; discussion 
1 
pF ae Be 
transformation assessed by es 
col ye R, et al. Br J Geetet G ened 1 
May; 10 457-62 
Revised FIGO staging for early invasive carcinoma of the 
vulva and cervix [editorial; comment] Grant JM. 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):xxi-xxii. Comment 
on: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):405-6. 
Comment on: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
May; 103(5):446-52. Comment on: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 
1996 May;103(5):453-6. 
Cervical and vulva cancer: changes in FIGO definitions of 
i see comments] S' JH. 
Br J Gynaecol 1996 May; 103(5):405-6. Comment 
in: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):xxi-xxii. 
T lymphocytes infiltrating advanced grades of 
CD8-positive cells are recruited to invasion 
Edwards RP, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15.768) 1411 5 
Clinical value of pretreatment serum Cyfra 21-1, tissue 
antigen, and squamous cell carcinoma — 
in patients with cervical cancer. Gaarenstroom 
et al. Camcer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):807- 13 
ical carcinoma and pregnancy. A national patterns of 


Cervical 

care study of the American ari eames 

WB, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77 we 

Second pri after cancer. 
“ay 


al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1329-33 
Phase I/II study of neoadjuvant intraarterial chemotherapy 


with stage TT carcinoma. Park ‘s oa 
Cancer 1995 Sep wrt hesaie-25 
Multimodal treatment with neoadjuvant  intraarterial 


chemotherapy and radical — in patients with 
IlIB-IVA cervical cancer. A preliminary study. Scarebelli 
C, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 15;76(6):1019-26 


cell i 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8): a 
Cervical cancer survival in risk urban population. 
Thoms WW, et al. Cancer 1998 15;76(12):2518-23 (26 
ref.) 
Cervical abnormalities, human papillomavirus, and human 
immunodeficiency virus infections in women in Malawi. 
Motti PG, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Marz 173(3):714-7 
Type-specific prevalence of human illomavirus DNA 
among Jamaican col; y patients. y C, et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 317 378-21 
A to increase breast and cervical cancer screening 
women in a midwestern community. Kelly 
AW, et al. Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):437-44 
reconstruction after exenteration an 
omental flap and split-thickness skin . Kusiak 
al. Plast Reconstr 1996 Apr;97(4 775-81; discussion 
783-3 


CERVIX UTERI 


“pope renga alco Michel MP 
Apr; 174(4):1094-101 
prediction of i 


A longitudinal study of the cervix in 
trans’ ultrasound. Cook CM, et 
Br J Gynaecol 1996 Jan; 103(1): 16-8 
T lym ytes infiltrating advanced grades of cervical 
CD8-positive cells are recruited to invasion. 
Edwards RP, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1411-5 


CESAREAN SECTION 


Vernix caseosa peritonitis [letter] Nufiez C. 
Am J Clin Pathol 1996 May;105(5):657 

Feasibility of a randomized controlled trial of planned 
cesarean section versus planned vaginal delivery for breech 
presentation at term ME, et al. 
Am J Obstet 1996 Apr; 174(4):1393-4 

Closure or nonclosure of the visceral peritoneum at cesarean 
delivery. —" et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr; 
174(4):1366- 

Sa, in women with pee ae Seeeees cesarean births: a 


at 
Am Kn Oue Obstet Goaseet m1 1996 Fe phy 174(2). 783-6 
Bolus dhe ah = ay Ba morphine analgesia 
after cesarean notion Entes RP Jr, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 M May; 82(5):1033-5 
Recurrence of simplex virus blepharitis after cesarean 
and epi morphine. James CF. Anesth Analg 
1996 May;82(5):1094-6 (17 ref.) 
Oe Se ne oe Sree amen of 
the beta-adrenergic receptor of human 
Pe ytes. Pantuck CB, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May; 


1027-32 

function changes during epidural anesthesia for 
cesarean delivery. Yun et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr; 
82(4):750-3 


RAS. BB 


fe t caesarean section. K, et 
al. Br J Oneest rome 1996 Jan;103(1):87-9 
Cesarean delivery in relation to birth weight and gestational 
— tolerance: ysiology or practice style? 
oronto Trihospital Toucl (ites Seveetiaeties boo 
comments] Naylor CD, et al. JAMA 1996 Apr 17; 
275(15):1165-70. Comment in: JAMA 1996 Apr 


17;275(15)-1199-200. 

Caesarean sections in B — FC, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Mar 23; aan 

Obstetricians’ views on py versus Vv birth 
[letter] Bewley S. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347( 21189 

Elective caesarean section and child ivation ] Chan 
A, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347( ): 1196 


CETIRIZINE 
Comparative outdoor study of the efficacy, onset and 
loratadine. 


nt on spel 26 
in patients with seasonal rhinitis and concomitant 
asthma [letter] Nieman RB. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 
Feb;97(2):716-7 


CHAGAS CARDIOMYOPATHY 


Role of parasites the pathogenesis of Chagas’ 
cardiomyopathy y [letter] Bestett RB. Lancet 1996 Mar 30. 
347(9005) 


CHAGAS DISEASE 


Genetic exchange as a possible source of —— diversity 
in sylvatic of Trypanosoma cruzi HJ, 
et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr; $4(4):418-24 

Acute-phase proteins and serologic profiles of chagasic 
children from an endemic area in Bolivia. 
Medrano-Mercado N, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 
Feb;54(2):154-61 


CHARCOAL 


Activated charcoal and salicylate [letter] Cienki J, et al. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 May;27(5):672-3 

Multiple-dose activated charcoal compared to urinary 
alkalinization for the enhancement of phenobarbital 
elimination. Frenia ML, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996; 
34(2):169-75 


CHARCOT-MARIE DISEASE 


Severe vincristine neuropathy in Charcot-Marie-Tooth 
disease type 1A. Graf WD, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1; 
77(7):1356-62 

Linkage and mutation analysis of Charcot-Marie-Tooth 
neuropathy type 2 families with chromosomes sr 
and Xql3. Timmerman V, et al. Neurology 1996 
46(5):1311-8 

Genetic heterogeneity in Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathy 
type 2. Yoshioka R, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):569-71 


CHEDIAK-HIGASHI SYNDROME 


Hypoechoic _ periportal a in Chédiak-Higashi 
_—— a Barzilai M, 
J Roentgenol 1996 Mar. 1663): 726-7 


CHEEK 


Imaging quiz case 2. Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) 
of the buccal fat pad. Cullen MM, et al. 
Arch Head Neck 


Surg 
122(5):571-573 


CHEESE 


Cheese and Salmonella infection. All milk products should 
be heat treated [letter] Campbell DM, et al. BMJ 1996 
Apr 27;312(7038):1099 

Cheese and Salmonella infection. Exceptional cheeses can 
be made only from raw milk [letter] Cunynghame A. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1099-100 

Cheese and Salmonella infection. Distribution and retail of 
cheese, not just production, may lead to contamination 
[letter] Kerr KG, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1099 

Cheese and Salmonella infection. Cheese lovers should not 
be condemned to a pasteurised and tasteless product [letter] 

Rose E. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1099 


CHEMEXFOLIATION 


Pulsed carbon dioxide laser, 
Baker-Gordon phenol, 36 —e 
clinical and study of cutaneous resurfacin, 

a porcine model [letter] [see comments] Fitzpatrick E. 
et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):469-71. Comment 
in: Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):451-5. 


CHEMICAL INDUSTRY 


Cancer occurrence among —- workers exposed to 
aromatic amines. A long term follow-up study. Naito S, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1445-52 


CHEMOKINES 


Chemokines and T lym 
in HIV infection. Tedla 
148(5):1367-73 

The role of cytokines, adhesion molecules, and chemokines 
in interleukin-2-induced lymphocytic infiltration i 
CS7BL/6 mice. Anderson JA, et al. 

Apr 15;97(8):1952-9 

Dendritic cells produce —r rs inflammatory protein-| 

oo a new member the CC chemokine family. 
ohamadzadeh M, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 
156(9):3 102-6 

“The good, the bad, and the ugly.” The role of chemokines 
in models of human disease. Strieter RM, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3583-6 (33 ref.) 

Differential expression of chemokines in patients with 
localized and diffuse cutaneous American leishmaniasis. 
Ritter U, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):699-709 


CHEMOTACTIC FACTORS 


Chemotactic activity of mycobacterial lipoarabinomannans 
for human blood T lymphocytes in vitro. Berman JS, et 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3828-35 

Chemotactic factors stimulate wey my 
neutrophil adherence and motility on lung fibroblasts. 
Burns AR, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 1569): 3389-401 


1996 May; 


trichloroacetic acid, 


yte recruitment to lym 
N, et al. Am J Pathol | 


nodes 
May; 


canine 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





CHEMOTACTIC FACTORS, 
EOSINOPHIL 


Identification of IL-5 and RANTES as the major eosinophil 
chemoattractants in the asthmatic lung. Venge J, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1110-5 

Cloning of the human eosinophil chemoattractant, eotaxin. 
Expression, receptor binding, and functional properties 
suggest a mechanism for the selective recruitment of 
eosinophils. Ponath PD, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1; 
97(3):604-12 


CHEMOTAXIS, LEUKOCYTE 


Human interferon-inducible protein-10 induces mononuclear 
cell infiltration in mice and promotes the migration of 
human T lymphocytes into the peripheral tissues and 
human peripheral blood lymphocytes-SCID mice. Taub 
DD, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 1 15;87(4):1423-31 

Anti-IgE-induced accumulation of leukocytes, mediators, 
and albumin in skin chamber fluid from healthy and atopic 
subjects. Raud J, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May; 
97(5):1151-63 

Cloning of the human eosinophil chemoattractant, eotaxin. 
Expression, receptor binding, and functional properties 
suggest a mechanism for the selective recruitment of 
eosinophils. Ponath PD, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1; 
97(3):604—12 

T lymphocyte recruitment by interleukin-8 (IL-8). 
IL-8-induced degranulation of neutrophils releases potent 
chemoattractants for human T lymphocytes both in vitro 
and in vivo. Taub DD, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 
97(8):1931-41 

Stem cell factor (c-kit ligand) influences eosinophil 
recruitment and histamine levels in allergic airway 
inflammation. Lukacs NW, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3945-51 


CHEMOTHERAPY, ADJUVANT 


The adjuvant ome of pemphigus. An update. Bystryn JC, 
et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb;132(2):203-12 (89 ref.) 
Is r= liability with chemotherapy following immediate 
breast construction? Yule GJ, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 
1996 Apr;97(5):969-73 


CHEST PAIN 


Adolescent chest pain. Anzai A 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr; res 1m 90 (16 ref.) 

Gender bias in the evaluation of chest pain in the emergency 

ment. Lehmann JB, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
15;77(8):641-4 

ACEP chest pain policy: emergency fy cme awareness [see 
comments] Wigder HN, et al. Ann aes ied 1996 May; 
27(5):606-9. ment in: Ann Emerg el 1996 
May;27(5):655-7. 

ic value of esophageal studies in patients with 
angina-like chest pain and coronary angiograms 
[see comments] Frgbert O, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 
1;124(11):959-69. Comment in: Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 
1;124(11):939-49, Comment in: Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 
1;124(11):950-8. Comment in: Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 
1;124(11):995-8. Comment in: Ann Intern Med 1996 JUN 
1;124(11):1008-11. 

Changing focus on unexplained esophageal chest pain 
[editorial] [see comments] Goyal RK. Ann Intern Med 1996 
Jun 1;124(11):1008-11. Comment in: Ann Intern Med 1996 
Jun 1;124(11):959-69. Comment in: Ann Intern Med 1996 
Jun 1;124(11):995-8. 

Unexplained chest pain: the hypersensitive, hyperreactive, 
and poorly compliant esop! [see comments] Rao SS, 
et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1;124(11):950-8. Comment 
in: Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1;124(11):939-49. Comment 
in: Ann Intern Med 1996 JUN 1;124(1):959-69. Comment 
in: Ann Intern Med 1996 Jun 1;124(11):995-8. 

Angina-like chest pain. Heart, esophagus, or something else? 
[editorial; comment] Richter JE. Chest 1996 May; 

109(5):1139-40. Comment on: Chest 1996 
May; 109(5):1210-4. 

Prevalence of esop! 
newly referred to 
JH, et al. Chest 1996 May;1 
Chest 1996 May;109(5):1139-40. 

a | patrol. Getting to the heart of chest pain. Morrall 

K. Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):70 

A woman with two young children and left chest pain. Lamb 
FJ, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):870 

68-year-old woman with dyspnea and chest pain. Vernino 
SA, et al. Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):485-8 

Prediction of the need for intensive care in patients who come 
to the emergency departments with acute chest pain. 
Goldman L, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6; 
334(23): 1498-504 

Stroke with sensory owen mimicking myocardial 

ischemia. Gorson KC, et Neurology 1996 Feb; 
46(2):548-51 


CHEST TUBES 


Pneumothorax after small-bore catheter placement for 
malignant pleural effusions. Chang YC, et al. 


eal disorders in patients with chest pain 
cardio [see comments] Voskuil 
5):1210-4. Comment in: 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May;166(5):1049-51 


CHEWING GUM 


Safety of nicotine polacrilex gum used by 3,094 participants 
in the Lung Health Study. Lung Health Study Research 
Group. Murray RP, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 1092): 438-45 


CHEYNE-STOKES RESPIRATION 
Improvement of exercise capacity with treatment of 
yne-Stokes respiration in patients with congestive heart 
failure. Andreas S, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May; 
27(6):1486-90 


CHICKENPOX 


Sudden death of a child who ot ine in the knee and 
varicella. A case report. Hamner DL, et al. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr;78(4):594-6 


CHILBLAINS 


Vie at & Ge Dae bs somes. Diagnosis: 
= lupus erythema Fisher DA, et 
. Arch 


iOsis). 
Dermatol 1996 Apr.i3 (4):459, 462 (8 ref.) 


CHILD ABUSE 


A regional approach to classic metaphyseal lesions in abused 
infants: the distal tibia. Kleinman PK, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May;166(5):1207-12 

Studies of collagen synthesis and structure in the 
differentiation of child abuse from os' imperfecta. 
Steiner RD, et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):542-7 

Epidural hemorrhage: is it abuse? Shugerman RP, et al. 
Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):664-8 


CHILD ADVOCACY 


— decisions with children * em Rylance G. 

1996 Mar 30;312(7034):794 

The adolescent's right to confidential care when considering 
abortion. American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on 
Adolescence. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):746-51 


CHILD BEHAVIOR 


Parental presence during induction of anesthesia. A 

randomized controlled trial. Kain ZN, et al. 
1996 May;84(5): 1060-7 

Adjustment of children and adolescents to parental cancer 
Parents’ and children’s ives. Welch AS, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1409-18 

Effect of sugar on children. King EA. J Fam Pract 1996 
Apr;42(4):344-5 


CHILD CARE 


Study of new mothers looks at language and cultural barriers 
facing immigrant women. Williams LS. 
Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 15;154(10):1563-4 


CHILD DAY CARE CENTERS 


Elevated environmental lead levels in a day care — 
[letter] Robertson WO. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med | 
May; 150(5):556 


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 


Prenatal and perinatal influences on long-term psychomotor 
development in offspring of diabetic mothers. Rizzo TA, 
et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1753-8 

Critical periods, critical time: the centrality of pediatric 
ley ~~ RJ. 

Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar;122(3):234-6 

Intestinal motility “Surin —. and intestinal 

ruction in children. Milla P. 
ediatr Clin North Am 1996 Apeascay.3il- -32 (72 ref.) 

Do parents and professionals agree on the developmental 
status of high-risk infants? Kim MM, et al. Pediatrics 1996 
May;97(5):676-81 

Effects of polychlorinated biphenyl/dioxin exposure and 
feeding type on infants' mental and psychomotor 
deve! t. Koopman-Esseboom C, et al. Pediatrics 1996 
May;97(5):700-6 

Growth and physical outcome of children conceived by in 
vitro fertilization. Saunders K, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May; 
97(5):688-92 

Antenatal phenobarbital therapy and neonatal outcome. II: 
Neurodevelopmental outcome at 36 months. Shankaran S, 
et al. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):649-52 


CHILD DEVELOPMENT DISORDERS, 
PERVASIVE 

Lead intoxication in children with pervasive developmental 
Tanne M, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996; 


CHLAMYDIA INFECTIONS 


CHILD HEALTH SERVICES 


Rwanda's children to face the future [news] Court 
C. BMJ 1996 6;312(7035):867 
Family-friendly and AIDS care the goal at Vancouver’ 
Oak Tree Clinic. Kent H. Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 
1;154(9):1407-9 
in Mostar and Manica [letter] Black JF, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):906 
“fafa experience in a See centner Creat 
infants: ex ‘ge managed 
Cavalier al. Pediatrics 1996 May; 91(5):698-9 
Deduausls expo ter hhbne aiaheaietel cox ine entitiin. 
Perrin EC, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):629-35 
Barriers to the use of entive health care services for 
children. Riportell uller R, et al. Public Health Rep 
1996 Jan-Feb;111(1):71-7 


CHILD, HOSPITALIZED 


Primary care involvement among hospitalized children. 
Perrin JM, et al. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May; 
150(5):479-86 


CHILD NUTRITION 


Screening for nutrition interventions: the risk or the 
differential-benefit approach? Ruel MT, et al. 
Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):671-7 

Chronic nonspecific diarrhea of ae pathophysiology 
and management. Kneepkens CM, et al. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1996 fer "43(2):375-90 (103 ref.) 


CHILD NUTRITION DISORDERS 


Gastrointestinal and nutritional problems in — with 
immunodeficiency and AIDS. Winter H, e 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1996 Apr;43(2): 37590 (40 ref.) 


CHILD PSYCHIATRY 


Exploration of failure on the subspeciaity examination for 
child and adolescent psychiatry. Shapiro T, et al. 
Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):693-7 


CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 


Children's memories in the wake of Challenger. Terr LC, 
et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May;153(5):618-25 


CHILD WELFARE 
—- among children in Britain [news] Dillner 
Shay 1996 Apr 2b Apr 20;312(7037):996-7 
Religion should not put a child's health at risk [news] Roberts 
BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):268-9 
Patetal eng & children’s health. Zill N. 
nan fen 1996 Jan—Feb;111(1):34-43 


CHIMERIC PROTEINS 


Humanization and molecular modeling of the anti-CD4 
monoclonal antibody, OKT4A. Pulito VL, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2840-50 


CHIN 


Reconstruction of the lower lip and chin with local flaps. 
Abulafia AJ, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(4):847-9 

A technique for correcting witch's chin deformity. Lesavoy 
MA, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(4):842-6 

Alteration in facial sensibility in adolescents following sagittal 
split and chin osteotomies of the mandible. Posnick JC, 
et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):920-7 


CHIROPRACTIC 


Chiropractic complications [letter] Haldeman S. Neurology 
Mar;46(3):885; discussion 886-7 
Chiropractic contention a Hondras MA, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):885-7 
Chiropractic ie an a Lauretti WJ. Neurology 
1996 Mar;46(3):884; discussion 8 
Chiropractic complications [letter] Sportelli L. Neurology 
1 Mar;46(3):885; discussion 886-7 
Chi tic complications [letter] Tauro J. Neurology 1996 
Mar; :46(3): 884; discussion 886-7 
ba actic complications [letter] Yanez GF. Neurology 
Mar;46(3):884—5; discussion 886-7 


CHLAMYDIA INFECTIONS 


Asymptomatic gonorrhoea and chlamydial infection in rural 
Tanzanian men. Grosskurth H, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3; 
312(7026):277-80 

Chlamydial antibodies in women who suffer miscarriage. 
Osser S, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb; 103(2):137-41 

Screening for chlamydia--a key to the prevention of pelvic 
inflammatory disease [editorial; comment] Hillis SD, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1399-401. Comment 
on: N Engl J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1362-6. 

Prevention of pelvic inflammatory disease by screening for 
cervical chlamydial infection [see comments] Scholes D, 


59 





CHLAMYDIA INFECTIONS 


etal. N 
in: N 


J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1362-6. Comment 
J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1399-401. 


CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS 


Chlamydial antibodies in who suffer miscarriage. 
Osser S, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb, 103(2)-137-41 
serologic response after with 


J 
EY eng J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1362-6. 
Deventen SS oF of pelvic i i 
etal. N 
in: N 


for 

infection [see comments] Scholes D, 
Fy 1996 May 23;334(21):1362-6. Comment 
J Med 1996 May 23;334(21):1399-401. 


CHLORAL HYDRATE 


of chloral hydrate and midazolam for sedation 
neonates for studies. McCarver-May DG, 
et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):573-6 


ee ee 
airway ivity. D ‘Alessandro 
et al. Chest 1996 Fete lon ):331-7 


CHLOROGUANIDE 

Simultaneous measurement of proguanil and its metabolites 
in human plasma urine by ae? am 
high-performance liquid chromatography, its 

in relation to genetically 

determined S-mephenytoin 4‘hydroxylation status. 
Kusaka M, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb; 
54(2):189-96 

CHLORPHENIRAMINE 

Antihistaminics in idi ic dystonia [letter] Lang AE. 
Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):405 

CHLORPROMAZINE 


——— of lytic cocktail/demerol, phenergan. 
thorazine (DPT) for the sedation of children [letter] Pate 
BR, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May-97(5):779-80 


CHLORPYRIFOS 
ae a ni birth defects: report of 
Arch Environ Health 1996 
pl A a ee 5-8 


CHLORZOXAZONE 


Chliorzoxazone xicity. Med Lett Drugs Ther 1996 
May 10,38(974): 


CHOICE BEHAVIOR 


Ce ee eae Casey 00 coy 0 Sateen 
dysfunction in vioral organization of schizophrenic 
fen MP, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 


CHOLAGOGUES AND CHOLERETICS 

Ursodeoxycholic acid reduces protein levels and 
nucleation-promoting activity in human gallbladder bile 
Rr ma KJ, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 


CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA 
Clinica 


eon my of resected extraductal 
Yamanaka 
Dec 15,7 12):2449- 


in cholangi 
Simmemeeee May; 0G) ow 
i 2 Us characteristics and 


in demonstration of t 
"1996 Mar; 198(3):869-73 


CHOLANGIOGRAPHY 
Cholangiographic features < biliary strictures after liver 
| for cholangitis: evidence 
6 May;166(5):1109-13 

y versus 

intraoperative cholangiography at elective 
pee an &@ prospective study in 995 patients. 
Hammarstrém LE, et al. J Am Coll Surg 1996 May; 


et al. Radiology 1996 Mari98}eeL-8. 


CHOLANGIOPANCREATOGRAPHY, 
ENDOSCOPIC RETROGRADE 
ee = oy of post-ERCP bio! 


and control nonalco letter] Heston 
P, et al. Peta Di St fe Mari } 





et al. Radiology Tose Mar.198(3) 861-8 


CHOLANGITIS 


Preoperative intrahepatic segmental wy <4 in patients 
with advanced carcinoma involving the hepatic hilus. 
Kanai M, et al. coony i 1996 May;119(5):498-504 


CHOLANGITIS, SCLEROSING 

Cholangi hic features of biliary strictures after liver 
transplantation ate ody ey cholangitis: evidence 
of recurrent disease. Shen, Ne 
AJR Am J Roentgenol | May. 166(5): 1109-13 

Survey of cystic fibrosis amp ome: cond: 

ypes in primary cholangi' 
om ot & Dig Dis Sei 1996 Mar-41(3):540-2 


ils? [editorial; commen: ; 

1996 May;110(5):1658-62. Comment on: 
Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1496-502. Comment on: 
Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1503-6. 

Primary sclerosing cholangitis is associated with penanening 
a case-control study [see comments] Loftus EV Jr, 
Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1496-502. Comment in: 
Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1658-62. 

Risk of primary sclerosing itis is associated with 
nonsmoking behavior [see — van KJ, 
et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1503-6. Comment 
in: Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1658-62. 


CHOLECALCIFEROL 


Effect of lalpha-vitamin D3 and estrogen therapy on cortical 
bone mec properties in the ovariectomized rat 
model. Aerssens J, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 
137(4):1358-64 


CHOLECYSTECTOMY 


The role of ylactic whe 2 
syndrome. pson Surg 1996 May; 
131(5):556-9; discussion 30" 

Routine preoperative infusion 
intraoperative cholangiography at elective 
cholecystectomy: a prospective study in 995 patients. 
Hammarstrém LE, et al. J Am Coll Surg 1996 May; 
182(5):408-16 


CHOLECYSTECTOMY, 
LAPAROSCOPIC 


Laparoscopic cp with bile duct injury: 
of biliary stricture and 
complication clinica conference] Boland GW, 
et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):603-7 
t tumors missed at 
Slim K, et al. Am J Surg | Mar;171(3):364—5 
Laparoscopy di on! y. Curet MJ, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 y; 1315). 1346-50; discussion 550-1 
ous cholecystectomy in acute cholecystitis. What 
is the optimal timing for operation? Koo KP, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 May;131(5):540-4; discussion 544-5 
Bile duct injuries, 1989-1993. A statewide ex 


Connecticut Cholecystectomy 
Russell JC, et al. Arch 1996 apetaicay 382-8 
bladder disease in a cost-effective manner. 
3rd, et al. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Feb; 
wm. 117-28 (36 ref.) 
seeding a. bladder fossa after laparoscopic 
"Gholecystectom y [letter] Evrard S, et al. Surgery 1996 Mar; 


postoperative small bowel obstruction caused by spilled 
“i during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Huynh T, 
et al. Surgery 1996 Mar; 1 19(3):352-3 


hy versus 


CHOLECYSTITIS 


CT evaluation of acute cholecystitis: Fe and usefulness 
in diagnosis. Fidler J, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 
May;166(5):1085-8 
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in acute cholecystitis. What 
is the optimal timing for operation? Koo KP, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 May;131(5):540-4; discussion 544-5 


CHOLECYSTOKININ 


Effect of — on gallbladder emptying and plasma CCK 
in normal and vagotomized human + Patankar R, 
et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3):543-8 


CHOLEDOCHAL CYST 


Choledochal cyst, a disease for all ages. Sela~Herman S, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):779 


CHOLELITHIASIS 


Simultaneous bacteriologic assessment of bile from 
gallbladder and common bile duct in control subjects and 
patients with gallstones and common duct stones. Csendes 
A, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Apr;131(4):389-94 

The role of lactic cholecystectomy in the short-bowel 
syndrome. pson JS. Arch Surg 1996 May; 
131(5):556-9; discussion 559-60 

Hepatolithiasis and cholesterol and bile acid metabolism 

ter] Cetta F, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 
110(3):963-5 

Hepatic cholesterol metabolism in patients with cholesterol 

Istones: enhanced intracellular transport of cholesterol. 
to T, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1619-27 

Ursodeoxycholic acid reduces protein levels and 
nucleation—promoting activity in human gallbladder bile. 
Van Erpecum KJ, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 
110(4):1225-37 

Routine preoperative infusion cholangiography versus 
intraoperative cholangiography at elective 
cholecystectomy: a prospective study in 995 patients. 
Hammarstrém LE, et al. J Am Coll Surg 1996 May; 
182(5):408-16 

Early postoperative small bowel obstruction caused by spilled 

— during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Huynh T, 
et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3):352-3 

Hepatolithiasis with situs inversus: first case report. Sato M, 

et al. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):598-600 


CHOLERA TOXIN 


Progesterone diminishes the sensitivity of 
onadotropin-releasing hormone-stimulated luteinizing 
Comune (LH) release and pees an LH pool from 
desensitization: actions opposed by cholera toxin. Janovick 

JA, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May. 137(5):1823-7 


CHOLESTASIS 


Laparoscopic cholecystectomy with bile duct injury: 
percutaneous management of biliary stricture and 
associated yee [clinical conference] Boland GW, 
et al. AJR Am J 996 Mar;166(3):603-7 

Cholangi features of biliary strictures after liver 
transplantation for primary a. cholangitis: evidence 
of recurrent disease. <7 R, et al. 

AJR Am J as May;166(5):1 109-13 

Recovery patterns of liver function after complete and os 

surgical biliary decompression. Watanapa P. Am J Surg 
1996 Feb;171(2):230-4 

Impaired synthesis of retinol-binding and 
transthyretin in rat liver with bile duct 1 

Imamine T, et al. Dig Dis Sei 1996 May;41(5): ~j- = 

editorial; 


comment 
110(5):1662-S. 
May; 1 10(5):1564-78. 
Excess zinc 


with cholestasis [letter] Sc 
TH, et al. Lancet 1996 | 11;347(9011):1331 
Three-dimensional spiral CT cholangiography in ed 
with suspected obstructive biliary disease: comparison with 


ey ig Fleischmann D, 
et al. Radiology 530 Mar 1943401 8 


Malignant obstructive jaundice. Evaluation and management. 
+ et al. Surg Clin North Am 1996 Feb;76(1):63-70 
(18 ref.) 


CHOLESTASIS, INTRAHEPATIC 
Reappraisal of the systematic ae of complicated 
with strictures. 


Jeng KS, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 131(2):141-7 
Structure-function correlation of tight junctional impairment 
after in’ eee ee holestasis in rat liver 
[see comments] Rahner C, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 
May; 1 10(5):1564--78. Comment in: Gastroenterology 1996 
May; 110(5):1662-5. 

Antidepressant-associated fatal intrahepatic cholestasis 
[letter] Dollow S. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1268-9 
Excess zinc associated with sevére progressive cholestasis 
in Cree and Ojibwa-Cree children [see comments] Phillips 
MJ, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):866-8. Comment 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





in: Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):845-6. 

Excess zinc and ive cholestasis: a new disease? 
[comment] Sriramachari S, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30; 
347(9005):845-6. Comment on: Lancet 1996 Mar 
30,347(9005):866-8. 


CHOLESTEROL 


Response to a single oral dose of all-rac-alpha-tocophery! 
acetate in patients with cystic fibrosis and in healthy 
individuals. Winklhofer-Roob BM, et al. 

Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):717-21 
— of the fetal adrenal, cholesterol, oo gy 
B responses to antenatal betamethasone Parker 
CR Jr, et al. pat age bay Lg te 144(2):562-5 

Cholesterol reduction: weighing the benefits and risks. 
Gaziano JM, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15; 
124(10):914-8 (29 ref.) 

ee ee ae oe tee te 
van den Elzen HJ, et Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
103(2):117-22 

Serum cholesterol and risk of rheumatoid arthritis in a cohort 
of 52 800 men and women. Helidévaara M, et al. 

Br J Rheumatol 1996 Mar;35(3):255-7 

Hepatolithiasis and cholesterol and bile acid metabolism 
[letter] Cetta F, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 
110(3):963-5 

Hepatic cholesterol metabolism in patients with cholesterol 

Istones: enhanced intracellular transport of cholesterol. 
to T, et al. 1996 May;110(5):1619-27 

VA study doesn’t cover all the bases [letter] Risser J. 

J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):230 

Sheffield risk and treatment table for cholesterol lowering 
in prevention of coronary heart disease [letter] James MA. 
Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):466; discussion 468-9 

Sheffield risk and treatment table for cholesterol lowering 
in prevention of coronary heart disease. 
GISSI_Prevenzione Investigators [letter] Marchioli R, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):467-8; discussion 468-9 

Sheffield risk and treatment table for cholesterol lowering 
in prevention of heart disease [letter] Megnien 
JL, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):468; discussion 
468-9 

Cholesterol, fibre, and bile acids. Spiller RC. Lancet 1996 
Feb 17;347(8999):415-6 

Are the effects of cholesterol lowering drugs always equal? 
letter] Vandenbroucke JP, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4; 
347(9010): 1267-8 

Sheffield risk and treatment table for cholesterol lowering 
in prevention of coronary heart disease [letter] Wierzbicki 
AS, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):466-7; discussion 
468-9 


CHOLESTEROL, DIETARY 


Hormone replacement therapy and cardiovascular disease: 
the rabbit model. Haarbo J. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
May;103 Suppl 13:49-5S1; discussion 51-2 

Amelioration of severity of myocardial injury by a nitric 
oxide donor in rabbits fed a cholesterol-rich diet. Hoshida 
S, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):902-9 


CHOLESTEROL ESTERS 


Phase I study of amphotericin B colloidal dispersion for the 
treatment of invasive fungal infections after marrow 
transplant. Bowden RA, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 

173(5):1208-15 


CHOLINE 


Brain choline-containing compounds are elevated in 
HIV-positive patients pment the onset of AIDS dementia 
complex: A proton resonance spectroscopic 
study. Tracey I, et al. 5 1996 Mar-46(3).783- 8 


CHOLINERGIC AGENTS 


Results of a multicenter study of nebulized inhalant 
Tashkin DP, et al. Am J Med 


bronchodilator solutions. 
1996 Jan 29;100(1A): 628-69 


CHOLINERGIC AGONISTS 


Nitric oxide synthase (NOS3) and contractile responsiveness 
to adrenergic and cholinergic agonists in the heart. 
Regulation of NOS3 transcri; in vitro and in vivo by 
cyclic adenosine in rat cardiac myoc 

Belhassen L, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8): 1908-15 


CHOLINERGIC ANTAGONISTS 


Anticholinergic treatment for choreoathetosis in a child after 
induction with fol [letter] Diltoer MW, et al. 
Mar;82(3):670 “an 
neostigmine on somatic visceral 
ae improvement by association with a elie 
ticholinergic "Loureth GR, et al. Anesth Analg | 
$2(3):617-20 
Antihistaminics in idiopathic dystonia [letter] Lang AE. 
Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):405 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


CHOLINERGIC FIBERS 


Peptone stimulates CCK- Peptide secretion 
activ: intestinal submucosal ‘gic neurons. Li 
et al. Invest 1996 Mar is. ;97(6): [463-70 


CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS 


Spontaneous versus edroph duced recovery 

— with mivacurium. Brandom BW, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):999-1002 

New US theory on Gulf war syndrome [news] Roberts J. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1058 

Inhibition of tacrine oral clearance by cimetidine. Forgue 
ST, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):444-9 

Multiple system organ failure: link to intermediate syndrome 
indirect Be Bleecker JL. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 
1996;34(2):249-50 


by 
y, 


from 





CHROMIUM ALLOYS 


CHORIOCARCINOMA 


Effects of Taxol on choriocarcinoma cells. Marth C, et 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1835-42 


CHORION 


Contractile 


i in human fe 
F, et al. 


J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec; T7XO1793-9 
CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN, BETA 
SUBUNIT, HUMAN 


xate and 
Am J Obstet —— 1996 Feb; 17. ):776-8 
First-trimester Down syndrome screening: free beta-human 








me, 


Multiple system organ failure, intermediate synd 
congenital myasthenic syndrome, and antic! 


holinesterase 
treatment: ae ~~ is ] Leon-S FE, et 
al. J Toxicol Clin 1996; 


2):248-7 
CHOLINESTERASES 


Prolonged paralysis after neuromuscular b 
Kurt TL. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996342) 253 


CHONDROCALCINOSIS 


The diagnosis of gout and CPPD crystal wore 
[editorial] Pascual E. Br J Rheumatol 1996 Apr;35(4): 8 


CHONDROITIN SULFATES 

Cardiopulmonary bypass its with 
thrombocytopenia using Org 10172. Wilhelm 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):920-4 

Low-molecular-weight orgaran is more effective 
than aspirin in the prevention of venous thromboembolism 
after surgery for hip fracture. Gent M, et al. 
Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):80-4 


CHONDROMA 

Nail dystrophy in a 35-year-old man. eee 
enchondroma. Koff AB, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb; 
132(2):223, 226 


CHONDROMATOSIS 


Cubital bursitis caused by localized synovial chondromatosis 
of the elbow. A case report. Matsumoto K, et al. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb;78(2):275-7 


CHONDROSARCOMA 


Influence of intralesional surgery on treatment outcome of 
chondrosarcoma. Ozaki T, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1; 
77(7):1292-7 


p53 expression in dedifferentiated chond 
WW, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):223-7 


CHONDRO-4-SULFATASE 


Enzyme replacement therapy in a feline model of 
Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome. Crawley AC, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1864-73 


CHORDAE TENDINEAE 


Mitral regurgitation caused by yay chordae tendineae 
in Kavneski disease. Mishima A, et al. 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 ion 111(4):895-6 


CHORDOMA 


Cranial chordomas in children and adolescents. Borba LA, 
et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):584-91 (57 ref.) 


CHOREA 


Anticholinergic treatment for choreoathetosis in a child after 
induction with Poon [letter] Diltoer MW, et al. 

Mar;82(3):6 

thetotic movements: A possible side effect of 

gabapentin. Buetefisch CM, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar; 

46(3):851-2 
Choreiform syndrome associated with fluoxetine treatment 
: a . with deficient CYP2D6 activity. Marchioni 
al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):853 


CHORIOAMNIONITIS 


Effect of chorioamnionitis on the levels of serum proteins 
i Gn cand Nenad ot pemeree tanee, Mane So 
Arch Pathol Lab 1996 Mar; 120(3):245-8 

Chorioamnionitis due to pseudomonas aeruginosa: a 
complication of prolonged antibiotic weed for premature 
rupture of membranes. Kyle P, et 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb; F033 181-3 


in-induced 
MJ, et al. 


. Simms 


ce and d plasma 
Krantz DA, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 


Feb;174(2):612-6 
Prenatal maternal 


dried blood screening with 
alpha-fetoprotein and free beta~human_ chorionic 
gonadotropin for open neural tube defect and Down 
syndrome. Macri JN, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):566-72 

Nicked free beta-subunit Zt human chorionic gonadotropin: 
a potential new marker for Down s: 

Rotmensch S, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):609-11 

Human chorionic gonadotropin-beta subuni 
in _— human fetal and cancer ne 

poet ne we comments] Acevedo HF, ty 
Oct 15;76(8):1467-75. pene in: Cancer 1995 ‘Oa 
15;76(8):1299-1301. 

Have we found the “definitive cancer biomarker"? The 
diagnostic and therapeutic implications of human chorionic 
onadotropin-beta ex as a key to malignancy 
editorial; ~ ag ison W. Cancer 1995 Oct 15; 
76(8):1299-301. on: Cancer 1995 Oct 
15;76(8): 1467-75. 


CHORIONIC VILLI 

* preguncis with abnormal “umbilical artery | Doppler 
waveforms [letter] Trudinger BI, et ” 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May 103(3):487- 9 


CHORIORETINITIS 
Management of overfiltering and leakin 


CHORISTOMA 


Heterotopic gastric tissue in the scrotum. Khan MA, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2061 


CHOROID 


Choroidal neovascular membrane associated with optic nerve 
head drusen in a child. Brown SM, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):215-7 

A catheter to deliver retrobulbar 
H, et al. Ophthalmol 





blebs with 
et al. 


medication [letter] Lincoff 
1996 May;114(5):634-5 


CHOROID HEMORRHAGE 


Choroidal hemorrhage associated with systemic 
plasminogen activator. Khawly JA, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May;121(5):577-8 


CHOROID NEOPLASMS 


Cobalt-60 treatment of choroidal hemangiomas. Zografos L, 
et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):190-9 


tissue 


CHRISTIANITY 
Management of blood loss in children of Jehovah's Witnesses 
Morecroft JA, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 10; 
12(7027):380-1 
Reli should not put a child's health at risk [news] Roberts 
eh IMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):268-9 


CHROMATOGRAPHY 


Perfusion chromatography am an re of magnitude 
faster measurement of the G gamma: A gamma ratio in 
patients with an increased level of fetal hemoglobin [letter] 
Wajcman H, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1655 


CHROMIUM 


Reduced IL-6 levels among individuals in Hudson County, 
New Jersey, an area contaminated with chromium. Snyder 
CA, et al. Arch Environ Health 1996 Jan-Feb;51(1):26-8 


CHROMIUM ALLOYS 


Three cases of dental technician's pneumoconiosis related 
to cobalt-chromium-molybdenum dust exposure. Selden 


61 





CHROMIUM ALLOYS 
A, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):837-42 
CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS 


to metal wear 
nes DR, et al. Orthop 1996 Feb; 


particles 
(323):316-26 


CHROMOSOME ABERRATIONS 

nents Gttienstasne mers * .1 associated 

—— Johnson EJ, et al. 1996 May 
TERS - 


the 1(2;5p23;q35) in non- in's 
ae DD, et al. Blood 1996 y 1; 


on :3860- 
| abnormalities involving 11q13 are associated 


with patients wi cell 
pn Ba aitited coll cock. Abaredih A, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):853-9 

chromosome breakpoints at ae af ~ 


Nonrandom 
characterize ey ae fibromas 
Sawyer JR, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15; aioe 1653-5 


CHROMOSOME ABNORMALITIES 
Detection of chromosome 20q deletions in bone marrow 
blood "tana in 


syndromes. 
aI 15;87(4):1561-70 
Detection of 11q13 rearrangements in 
by double-color fluorescence in situ hybridi 
LJ, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1512-9 
breast 


Chromosome ities in bilateral carcinomas. 
Cytogenetic evaluation of the clonal origin of multi 

i tumors. Pandis N, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 
'6(2):250-8 


CHROMOSOME DELETION 


A nude mouse Wilms’ tumor line (KCMC-WT- ~1) derived 
from an aniridia patient with monoalleleic deletion 
of chromosome |1p. Nagashima Y, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 
15;77(4):799-804 

Transient congenital hypoparathyroidism: resolution and 
recurrence in chromosome 22q!! deletion. Greig F, et al. 
J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):563-7 

Allelic loss of chromosome Ip in neuroblastoma [letter] 

Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13; 





1 al muscular dystrophy with chromosome 
9p deletion. Ueyama H, et al. Neavelegy 1996 Feb; 
say. 566-9 

a mg and monoamine oxidase deficienc 
disease. Vossler DG, et al. Neurology 
46(5):1258-61 


CHROMOSOME MAPPING 


Genetic mapping of two blood pressure quantitative trait loci 
on rat chromosome |. Gu L, et al. J Invest 1996 Feb 
1;97(3):777-88 

Quantitative trait locus mapping of human blood 
to a genetic region at or near the —— lipase gene 
locus on pte adr 8p22. Wu DA, et al 
J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2111-8 

Genetic localization of Bethlem myopathy. Jobsis GJ, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):779-82 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 1 


, and Schwann cells in the 

see comments] Ambros IM, 
et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1505-11. Comment 
in: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1537-9. 

Allelic loss of c Ip in neuroblastoma [letter] 
Kushner BH, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13; 
334(24): 1608-9 

Linkage and mutation analysis of Charcot-Marie-Tooth 

y type 2 families with chromosomes 4e- 36 
and 13. Timmerman V, et al. Neurology 1996 Y; 
46(5):1311-8 

eS tee ee ea neuropathy 
type 2. Yoshioka R, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):569-71 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 2 


Nonrandom chromosome breakpoints at Xq26 and 2q33 
characterize cemento-ossifying fibromas of the orbit. 
Sawyer JR, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1853-9 

Mitochondrial FAD-glycerophosphate dehyd and 

inwardly rectifying K+ c 1: No 

inkage in maturity-onset diabetes of the 

young or NIDDM. Warren-Perry MG, et al. Diabetes 1996 
May;45(5):639-41 

Carney complex, a familial multiple neoplasia and lentiginosis 
syndrome. Analysis of 11 kindreds and linkage to the short 
arm of chromosome 2. Stratakis CA, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):699-705 


y in Norrie 
1996 May; 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 3 


Head Neck Surg 1996 May; 


Prognostic implications of monosomy 3 in uveal melanoma. 
Prescher G, et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1222-5 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 4 


a repeat length and clinical i in 
's disease. Brandt J, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb. 
Poe 7-31 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 5 


Aliso cegrenanes game Coen ah ntesemmse fa and 
1lq with atopy and bronchial hyperresponsiveness. 1 
ae ee ee eo 
1):12) 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 6 


The search for IDDM wry tt genes: the next 
generation. Owerbach D, et Diabetes 1996 May; 
45(5):544-S1 (79 ref.) 

Tumor necrosis factor eae =o define a Crohn’ 

disease-associated haplotype on chromosome 6. Plevy SE, 
et al. Gastroenterology 1996 ‘Apr:1 10(4)-1053-60 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 7 

Molecular definition of a narrow interval at 7q22.1 associated 
with m . Johnson EJ, et al. 1996 May 
1;87(9):3579-86 

Indication for of the human OB with 
extreme pd ng dd K, et al. Dickens 1896 May, 
45(5):687-90 

Extreme obesity may be linked to markers flanking the human 
OB gene. Reed DR, et al. Diabetes 1996 mtr terrar 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 8 


Quantitative trait locus mapping of human blood pressure 
to a genetic region at or near the lipoprotein lipase gene 
locus on chromosome 8p22. Wu DA, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2111-8 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 9 


F umeral muscular = y with yo 
9p deletion. Uecyama H, et al. 
46(2):566-9 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 11 


Allelic association of gene markers on chromosomes 5q and 
1lq with atopy and bronchial hyperresponsiveness. Doull 
UJ, et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 
1):1280-4 

Detection of 11q13 rearrangements in hematologic neoplasias 
by double-color fluorescence in situ hybridization. Coignet 
LJ, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15; 8714): 1512-9 

Chromosomal abnormalities involving 11q13 are associated 
with poor | gee in patients wit uamous cell 
carcinoma of the head and neck. Akervall JA, et al. 
Cancer 1995 = 1;76(5):853-9 

A nude mouse ims’ tumor line (KCMC-WT-1) derived 
from an aniridia uo with monoalleleic partial deletion 

chromosome |1p. Nagashima Y, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 
15;77(4):799-804 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 12 


Reviews of chromosome studies in urological tumors. III. 
Cytogenetics and in testicular tumors. Sandberg AA, 
et al. J Urol 1 May;155(5):1531-56 (254 ref.) 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 13 


Hereditary breast cancer: pathobiology, prognosis, and 
BRCAI and BRCA2 gene see comments] Marcus 
JN, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 1 (4):697.709. Comment in: 
Cancer 1996 Feb STNG OOD 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 15 


Hereditary spastic paraplegia linked to chromosome 15q: 
Analysis of candidate genes. Fink JK, et al. Neurology 1996 
Mar;46(3).835-6 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 17 


Hereditary breast cancer: pathobiology, prognosis, and 
BRCAI and BRCA2 gene lini [see comments] Marcus 
JN, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):697-709. Comment in: 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):599-601. 

Allelic loss of chromosome 17p, mutation of the pode dow! gene, 
and microsatellite instability in right- and 
colorectal cancer. Watatani M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
71(8 Suppl): 1688-93 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, 
Familial mi 
RW, et 


PAIR 19 


ine with vertigo and essential tremor. Baloh 
. Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):458-60 


CHROMOSOMES, HUMAN, PAIR 22 


Transient congenital hypoparathyroidism: resolution and 
recurrence in chromosome 22q1! deletion. Greig F, et al. 
J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):563-7 


CHRONIC DISEASE 


Management of depression in patients with coexisting medical 
illness. Nesse RE, et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 May |; 
$3(6):2125-33 (20 ref.) 

The problem with "The Problem Patient" oe McConnell 
P. Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15;31(4):16 

Using ry. discharge data for disease surveillance. Huff 
L, et al. Public Health Rep 1996 Jan-Feb;111(1):78-81 


CHRONOBIOLOGY 


Time of day medicine dose is taken may boost its efficacy, 
cut toxicity [news] Lamberg L. JAMA 1996 Apr 17; 
275(15):1143-4 


CHYLOMICRONS 


Clearance of chylomicron remnants in normolipidaemic 
patients with coronary artery disease: case control study 
over three years. Weintraub MS, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 13; 
312(7036):936-9 


CHYLOPERITONEUM 


Lymphangioleiomyomatosis, chylous ascites, and diet. Calvo 
E, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3):591-3 (8 ref.) 


CICATRIX 


Corneal scarring after ay ome keratectomy in a 

se keratoplasty. Chan WK, et al. 
J Ophthalmol 1996 May;121(5):570-1 

my onset of corneal scar after excimer laser photorefractive 
keratectomy. Meyer JC, et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May; 
121(5):529-39 

Scar formation: the spectral nature of fetal and adult wound 
repair. Ferguson MW, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(4):854-60 (42 ref.) 


CILIARY BODY 


Histology of fetal eyes with oculocutaneous albinism. Akeo 
K, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May;114(5):613-6 


CIMETIDINE 


Dangers of new drugs. Does your facility or team have a 
system for incorporating new agents? Lilley LL, et al. 
Am J Nurs 1996 Feb;96(2):18-9 

Inhibition of tacrine oral clearance by cimetidine. Forgue 
ST, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):444-9 

Ferrous sulfate does not reduce serum levels of famotidine 
or cimetidine after concurrent ingestion. Partlow ES, et 
al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):389-93 


CIPROFLOXACIN 


Iron-ovotransferrin preparation does not interfere with 
ciprofloxacin absorption. Pazzucconi F, et al. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):418-22 

Effects of hepatic stimulator substance, herbal medicine, 
selenium/vitamin E, and ciprofloxacin on cirrhosis in the 
rat. Zhang M, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 

110(4):1150-S 


CIRCADIAN RHYTHM 


Circadian pattern of acute, neuroleptic-induced dystonic 
reactions. Mazurek MF, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 
153(5):708-10 

The tau Lage in the Syrian hamster alters the 
pho! responsiveness of the gonadal axis to 
melatonin signal freque frequency. Stirland JA, et al. 
Endocrinology | 996 May. 137(5):2183-6 

Circadian variation of left ventricular diastolic function in 
healthy people. Voutilainen S, et al. Heart 1996 Jan; 
75(1):35-9 

Circadian variations of onset of acute myocardial infarction 
and efficacy of thrombolytic therapy. Kono T, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):774-8 

Trends in breakfast consumption of US adults between 1965 
and 1991. Haines PS, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May; 
96(5):464-70 

Short-term night-shift working mimics the 
pituitary-adrenocortical dysfunction in chronic aie 
syndrome. Leese G, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab | 
ies 81(5):1867-70 

Insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) and IGF-binding 
protein-3 concentrations compared to stimulated and night 
growth hormone in the evaluation of short _ 
clinical research center study. Nunez SB, et al 
J Clin Metab 1996 May;81(5):1927- 32 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Daytime plasma 
Ozata 
iheneri-ai 


Pitetter] Guakt Y. et a Y, et al. Lancet PLancet 1996 Feb i7. ANSDIOATE. 3 


CIRCLE OF WILLIS 
angiography in long term survivors of acute | 
leukemia treated with cranial irradiation. Laitt , et al. 
Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1846-52 


CIRCUMCISION 
Traditional Jewish circumcision technique of Bris [letter] 
Shechet RJ, et al. Am Pam Physicien | MansaariOn. 
in children. Problems with the penis 
prepuce. ven) M. BMJ 1996 Feb 3; 
312(7026):299-301 (0 ref.) 
Circumcision of children [letter] Warren JP, et al. BMJ 1996 
Feb 10;312(7027):377 
oe FEMALE 
a ne mutilation [letter] Black JA, et al. BMJ 1996 


a 10;312(7027):377-8 
Genital mutilation: a continued abuse. Khaled K, et al. 


Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Jan;103(1):86-7 


CISPLATIN 


Peripheral 
treated with 
— 1;76(5):916-7 


melatonin levels in male h ism. 
et al. J Clim Endocrinol Metab 1 May; 


of taxol in patients previously 
] Anand A, et al. Cancer 1995 


p for Clini 
Lisi V, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):245-50 

Sleep protects against chemotherapy induced emesis. 
srt one et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 


onl paiauan with or without a versus 
metoclopramide plus methylprednisolone in 


i hemotherapy. A prospective randomized 
trial. Gebbia V, et al. Cancer 1995 ~ Fy oe serve 8 
Localized cisplatin hyperpigmentation juced by pressure. 
A case . Al-Lamki Z. et al Cancer 1996 "Ape 15; 
Pen emer 
Caren « granisetron, ondansetron, and tropisetron in 
pol ng ny acute nausea and vomiting induced by 
the treatment of head and neck cancer: a 
cuieniead ool —— 


comments] Mantovani G, 
et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1;77(5):941-8. Comment in: Cancer 
1996 Mar 1;77(5):823-33. 


en between a cisplatin-containing regimen and a 
Lay qe recurrent or metastatic 
cancer patients. A randomized II study. 

Perot R, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):344-51 
Involvement of the mitoc' respiratory chain in the 
synergy achieved by treatment of human ovarian 





and cis~diamminedichloroplatinum. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):725-32 
Randomized trial of initial therapy with melphalan versus 


its—Eastern Cooperative Oncology a BR. 
E878 Wadler S, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77( 733-43 
Contrast-enhanced MR assessment tumor 
ility: effect of irradiation on delivery of 
y. Schwickert HC, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):893- 
CITRUS FRUITS 
Grapefruit juice alters terfenadine pharmacokinetics, 
resulting in ag my of y on the 
ton 


RE, et 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 ped 383-8 


CIVIL RIGHTS 
A matter of trust: mandatory HIV 
D, et al. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 
CLADOSPORIUM 
Maton Ameilio A, etal. J Allergy i 1996 Feb, 
97(2):714-5 
CLARITHROMYCIN 
——_ with omeprazole and clarithromycin 


increases 
fy pylori 
HG. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 


. Nightingale SL. 


sage Sow " 


[letter 
‘Oyst 9-20 
From the Food and 


Administration 
JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1534 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


CLAVICLE 


The results of operative resection of the lateral end of the 
clavicle. Eskola A, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr; 
78(4):584-7 


CLEFT LIP 
"ake tp 


[letter] Shaw GM, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30; 
347(9005):899-900 
OS ee ee an eee 
ym Hedrick MH, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 
(5):900-5; discussion 906-7 


CLEFT PALATE 
A poe double-blind, randomized study of the effects 


Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar: 
122(3):267-70 


"Gi ip ‘and plate and pankypotatarm. Thiagarajan 
— and panh tuitarism. Thiagarajan 


J rae 1996 Apr;128(4):561-3 
Sich cumend aided daieaeh eet et anaeinen af 
structures with a cranial neural crest cell contribution 
[letter] Shaw GM, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30; 


347(9005):899-900 
Surgical correction of submucous cleft palate with Furlow 
y. Chen PK, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 May; 
97(6):1136-46; discussion 1147-9 
Delayed in utero repair of surgically created fetal cleft lip 
and . Hedrick MH, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 
AeSTSO-S: lon discussion 906-7 
The use of 5 oe angiography prior to 
pharyngeal aaen sur, ts with velocardiofacial 
syndrome. Mitnick Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(5):908-19 


CLINDAMYCIN 


Comparison of three regimens for treatment of mild to 
moderate Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in patients with 
AIDS. A_ double-blind, randomized, trial of oral 

im-sulfamethoxazole, trimethoprim, 
and clindamycin-primaquine. ACTG 108 Study Group. 
Safrin S, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 1;124(9):792-802 
Meropenem versus ———— with clindam 


18 Bw 403-7 
CLINICAL CLERKSHIP 


Is test security a concern when OSCE stations are repeated 
across clerkship rotations? Niehaus AH, et al. 
Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):287-9 

Ratings of students’ performances in a third-year internal 
medicine clerkship: a com: between problem-based 
and lecture-based curric Richards BF, et al. 

Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):187-9 


CLINICAL COMPETENCE 


Devine evaluating the student assessment system in 
roefiical based curriculum at Sherbrooke. 

Marchais et Li Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):274-83 

Technical | er Comparison spot films of the 


gastrointestinal tract: of residents and 
pope ey Schreiber MH. et 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr; 644: 795-7 

ABIM looks toward the future. Kassirer JP. Am J Med 1996 
— ae 123-4 

The learning curve for totally extraperitoneal laparoscopic 

inguinal hernia ir. Liem MS, et al. Am J Surg 1996 
Feb; 171(2):281-5 


Experience of medical senior house officers = pues 
discharge summaries. Frain JP, et al. BMJ 1 Feb 10; 
312(7027):350 

A matter of choice? [letter] Lee TS, et al. Chest 1996 Feb; 
109(2):583 


CLINICAL MEDICINE 


AOA we oe Teacher Award for Senior Faulty in 

the Clinical Sciences. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):156-7 

Who should rate candidates in an objective structured clinical 
examination? Martin JA, et al. Acad Med 1996 Feb; 
71(2):170-5 

Evidence-Based Medicine. Commentaries should be 
evidence based too [letter] Pearson NJ, et al. BMJ 1996 
Feb 10;312(7027):380 

Attitudes about clinical research [letter] Reidenberg MM. 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27,347(9009):1188 


CLINICAL TRIALS 


The promise of risk-based allocation trials in assessing new 
treatments [editorial; comment] Mosteller F. 


par 
Hid 


th 


‘ 
: 


Apr FI 207035) 910 

rare diseases. Statistical results should be 

in different ways, 1950 Apeeat on circumstances 

Connolly CK. _ 1 i one gy 
off for te Faced Dyer O 

996 Mar 30-312(7034) 

Adjuvant treatment with tamoxifen. Recruitment into studies 
um duration of treatment must continue 

H, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1036-7 

Commentary: ethics of clinical research without patients’ 
consent. Foster C. BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):817 

Patients’ understanding of consent form should be checked 
before icipation in trial [letter] Melby T, et al. 
BMJ | Mar 30;312(7034):847 

adjrvens treatment with tamoxifen. Local research ethics 
committees should review their approval of ention trial 
[letter] Read C. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1036 

Clinical trials. Forward motion on medical advances. Meyer 
H. Hosp Health Netw 1996 May 5;70(9):55-6 

Tec t clinical trial—fast. Morall K. 


Hosp 
in conde y--1996. Cheng TO. 
Am Coll Cardiol 1996 ‘Apr213) 1393-305 

ACC features clinical trial tations [news] Phillips DF. 
JAMA 1996 May 27% 8):1392-3 
Antiepileptic drugs, clinical trials, and the marketplace. 

Brodie MJ. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):777-9 
Ethics and validity of h ycaemia unawareness studies 
[letter] Hirst J, et al. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1343-4 


CLOMIPRAMINE 


Amaurosis fugax on standing and angle-closure glaucoma 
with clomi ine [letter] Schlingemann RO, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):465 


CLONAL ANERGY 


Induction of anergy in human T helper 0 cells by stimulation 
with altered T cell antigen receptor li . Tsitoura DC, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2801-8 


CLONAL DELETION 


Selective reduction of V alpha 14+ NK T cells ngs 
with disease development in autoimmune-prone 
Mieza MA, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 156(10):4035-40 


CLONIDINE 

Intrathecal clonidine and tizanidine in conscious dogs: 
comparison of analgesic and hemodynamic effects. Kroin 
JS, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):627-35 

The sedative and sympatholytic effects of oral tizanidine in 
healthy volunteers. Miettinen TJ, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 
Apr;82(4):817-20 

The inhibitory effects of growth hormone-releasing hormone 
(GHRH)-antagonist on GHRH, L-dopa, and 
clonidine-induced GH secretion in normal subjects. Hanew 
K, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1952-5 


CLONING, MOLECULAR 


Cloning of rat 17 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 
2 and characterization of tissue distribution and catalytic 
activity of rat type 1 and type 2 enzymes. Akinola LA, 

et al. 1996 May;137(5):1572-9 

Molecular cloning and —— ae of as 
pituitary G — adenosine triphosphate (ATP) 
receptor. Chen Z iedenitadony 1996 


al. May; 
137(5):1833-40 
Molecular cloning of cytochrome P450 aromatase 
peer am were deoxyribonucleic acid from 
lantation porcine and equine blastocysts identifies 
aor novel 5 -untranslated exons expressed in embryos, 
endometrium, and placenta. Choi I, et al. Endocrinology 
1996 Apr;137(4):1457-67 
Cloning and characterization of human urocortin. Donaldson 
CJ, et al. 1996 May;137(5):2167-70 
Phage display — and characterization of an 
immunogenetic marker (perinuclear anti-neutrophil 
cytoplasmic antibody) in ulcerative colitis. Eggena M, et 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):4005-11 


CLOPENTHIXOL 


The CYP2D6 genotype predicts the oral clearance of the 
agents perphenazine and zuclopenthixol. 
, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):423-8 


CLOTHING 


Firearm-related hunting fatalities in North Carolina: impact 
of the Hunter Orange’ Law. Cina SJ, et al. 
South Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):395-6 


He 


os 


- 


neuro 
Jerling 





of « ails : land Hi 
eer] Broakin ES, ct a. Am J Pryehitry 1996 Mar, 
Improvement of clozapine-induced ssialorrhea after 

7) ] Conry A, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 


2 cetpetionss ‘wih schisophvenia or achisoatloctive 


ve 
poe & a pilot study. iel DG, et yt 
J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):417-9 
Elevated plasma concentrations after fluvoxamine 
initiation ] DuMortier G, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 
May; 153( 


738-9 
, sdition of risperid onal : 
treatment ] Godleski LS, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 
May;153(5):735-6 
Diabetic ketoacidosis clozapine and lithium cotreatment 
] Peterson GA, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 
—~ + of s schizophrenic th 
i t a i i jent wi 
Toe Mar | Wakefeld T, et al. 
—s pode a gome 3):445-6 
of c autistic disorder ] 
~Zidas A, a Am J Paychiatry 1996 May:153).738 
oa a xic reaction. Cohen LG. 
et al. Arch Intern Med | Mar 25;156(6):675-7 
CLUBFOOT 


Clubfeet in congenital ular constricting 
VR. Clin Orthop 1996 F Feb;(323): 155-62 


COAGULANTS 





estrogen 
Feb;131(2):160-5 


COBALT RADIOISOTOPES 


Cobalt-60 treatment of choroidal hemangiomas. 
et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):190-9 


COCAINE 


Sustained cocaine abstinence in methadone maintenance 
through voucher-based reinforcement therapy. 
Gen Psychiatry 1996 May; 


renaline 
al. BMJ 1996 Feb 10,312(702 

Gini cieien aaddh. commits teneten 
Friedman EH. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):199 
Phenytoin in the treatment of cocaine abuse: a double-blind 

aan et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; 

Intracranial hemorrhage associated with cocaine abuse: a 
mre autopsy study. Nolte KB, et al. Neurology 1996 
y;46(5):1291-6 


COCARCINOGENESIS 
Different i is in the 
ior 


i gastric 
ee | gastric cancer. Kaminishi 
1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1646-53 


COCCIDIOIDES 


Detection of coccidioidal antibodies by 33-kDa_ spherule 
ene, Cone ae. one mentee tests in 

—— sae evaluated for ycosis. 
Wieden MA, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mayr 7HS) 1273-7 


COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS 


Detection of coccidioidal antibodies by 33-kDa_ spherule 
atom. Coccidioides EIA, and standard tests in 
from patients evaluated for ycosis. 
Wieden MA, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mays1 TMS) 1273-7 


COCCIDIOSTATS 


ie ee trial of Sd eww for cryptosporidiosis in 
’ . Am J Med 1996 Mar; 
100(3): 02 


COCHLEAR IMPLANT 


Cochlear implantation is controversial among deaf 
[letter] Gauntlett R. BMJ 1996 Mar 30.3127034)-450 
Cochlear implantation for children and adults. Callanan V 

et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):412-4 


CODON 


Fatal insomnia in a case of familial Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 
with the codon 200(Lys) mutation. Chapman J, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):758-61 


M, et al. 


od 


COFFEE 


in women. 
A ten-year follow 1996 Feb 
14;275(6):458-62 


COGNITION 
fragmentation on da 


by eri 7 ytime function. Martin 

SE, et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 
1):1328-32 

Gender comparisons of cognitive performances among 
vascular dementia, Alzheimer disease, and older adults 
without dementia. Buckwalter JG, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 


May;53(5):436-9 
ey E genotype determines survival in the oldest 
old (85 years or older) who have good cognition. 
EH, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):418-22 
Effect of = children. King EA. J Fam Pract 1996 
Apr;42(4): 
licting ge rled differences in visual information 


ti a model. Ellis RD, 
et oa ai J Gerontol B Sci 1996 May; 
51(3):P155-65 


Age differences _in postural stability are er by 

additional ve demands. Maylor EA, et 

J Gerontol B Sci Soe Sci 1996 May-SIGpP143-54 
Where in an ordered sequence of variables do independent 

age-related effects occur? Salthouse TA 

J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sei 1996 § May:51(3):P166-78 
Cognitive effects yo marijuana [letter] Scheier LM, et al. 

;275(20): 1547 
i nad of 


vemen 
46(2):329-34 (75 ref.) 


COGNITION DISORDERS 


The prediction of Alzheimer disease. The role of patient and 
informant perceptions of cognitive deficits. Tierney MC, 
et al. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):423-7 

Cognitive function and low blood pressure in elderly 
pos comment] Pearce JM. BMJ 1996 Mar 30; 

12(7034):793-4. t on: BMJ 1996 Mar 

30;312(7034):801-5. Comment on: BMJ 1996 Mar 
30,3 12(7034):805-8. 

Is the cognitive function of older affected by 


antihypertensive treatment? Results from 54 months of the 


Medical Research Council's trial of hypertension in older 
adults [see comments] Prince MJ, et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 
30;312(7034):801-5. Comment in: BMJ 1996 Mar 
30;312(7034):793-4. 

Non-spatial attention disorders in patients with frontal or 
posterior brain damage. Godefroy O, et al. Brain 1996 Feb; 
119 ( Pt 1):191 —_ 

‘ocal 


i Lewy 
disease. Del-Ser T, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):682-6 
as the wary port KN. feature of 


movement 
46(2):329-34 cS ref.) 

Are malnutrition and stress risk factors for accelerated 
cognitive decline? A of war study. Sulway MR, 
et al. Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):650-5 


COGNITIVE THERAPY 


Change in thyroid hormone levels f response to 
~~ therapy for ma ee le R, et al. 
J Psychiatry 1996 "Mar-153(3):411- 3 
Reseach update on the psychosocial treatment of 

Penn DL, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 


133(3):607- 17 (89 ref.) 

Abnormal aphic sleep profiles in major 
depression: association wi —_—- to cognitive behavior 
therapy. Thase ME, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Feb; 
53(2)-99-108 

Cognitive behaviour therapy for the chronic fatigue 
syndrome. Evening primrose oil and magnesium have been 
shown to be effective [letter] Chilton SA. BMJ 1996 Apr 
27;312(7038):1096; discussion 1098 

Cognitive behaviour therapy for the So Detter ‘Eat 


syndrome. Use an ET 
KK. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1 1087, phan on 
Cognitive behaviour therapy for the chronic = 
syndrome. Patients were not representative of all 
with the s [letter] Gibbons R, et al. 
Apr 27;312(7038):1096-7, discussion 1098 
Cognitive behaviour therapy for the chronic fi 
syndrome. Patients ' beliefs about their illness were 
not a major factor [letter] Ho-Yen DO. BMJ 1996 _~4 
27;312(7038): 1097-8 
Compliance therapy in psychotic patients: randomised 





‘1996 


controlled trial. Kemp R, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 10; 
312(7027):345-9 

Cognitive behaviour therapy for the chronic fatigue 
syndrome. Essential elements of the treatment must be 

identified ] Lawrie SM. BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 

312(7038):1097; discussion 1098 

Cognitive behaviour therapy for the chronic fatigue 
syndrome. Ny eet a therapy should Rectan 
with ts [letter] Pearce J. BMJ 1996 Apr 

27;312(7038): 1097. ‘Gammon 1098 


COIN LESION, PULMONARY 


Bronchoscopic diagnosis of —2 pulmonary nodules and 
lung masses in the absence of endobronchial abnormality 
[see comments] Chechani V. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3): 620-5 

. Comment in: Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):593-4. 


COLCHICINE 


Treatment of 100 patients with primary amyloidosis: a 
i trial of melphalan, prednisone, and colchicine 
versus colchicine only. Skinner M, et al. Am J Med 1996 
Mar; 100(3):290-8 
Management of gout [letter] Sarkozi J. N Engl J Med 1996 
Jun 6;334(23):1543; discussion 1543-4 


COLD 


Interaction between cold and hypoxia on pulmonary 
circulation in COPD. Bedu M, et al. 
Am J Crit Care Med 196, Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1242-7 

Cold restraint stress-induced gastric mucosal dysfunction. 
Role of nitric oxide. Coskun T, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 

May;41(5):956-63 

Tachykinins mediate the potentiation of ee tetpes 

bronchoconstriction 


dd cold air in guinea a A 
S, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar m(3)756-60" 


COLECTOMY 


Acute diverticulitis of the right colon. Lo CY, et al. 
Am J Surg 1996 Feb;171(2):244-6 

Colectomy as treatment for constipation. Soybel DI. 
Gastroenterology 1996 May:110(3).1 1666-7 


COLESTIPOL 


Progression of coronary artery disease predicts clinical 

coronary events. -term follow-up from _ the 

Cholesterol Low osclerosis Study. Azen SP, et 
al. 996 ty 19X14 41 


COLIC 


ABC of ener: Mg 
Dawson C. 
ref.) 
Gastrointestinal formation and infantile colic. Sferra TJ, 
et al. Pediatr ki North Am 1996 Apr;43(2):489-510 (116 
ref.) 


COLITIS 


Entero! Escherichia coli colitis. Fan KT, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):788 

Polyunsaturated phosphatidylcholine prevents stricture 
formation in a rat model of colitis. Mourelle M, et al. 

1996 Apr;110(4):1093-7 
a Se phoaphotipite ia aes lopment of ccli 
lace in deve! it of colitis in rats. 

Tatsumi Y, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):780-9 


ies in general 


1996 M nr 30,312(7034)- 8 $40 0 


Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;! 10(4):1077-83 

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, salicylates, and 
colitis [letter] Gleeson MH, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30; 
347(9005):904-5 


COLITIS, ULCERATIVE 


Stapled ileal pouch anal anastomoses are safer than handsewn 
anastomoses in ts with ulcerative colitis. Ziv Y, et 
al. Am J Surg 1996 Mar;171(3):320-3 

Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug-induced colitis and 

misoprostol ] Hebuterne X, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 

Mar;41(3):520-1 


Mismatch repair function and neoplasia in ulcerative colitis 
] Ilyas M, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 
110(4):1322-3 
Sialosyl-Tn antigen is prevalent and precedes d in 
ulcerative colitis: a retrospective case-contro ae 
Itzkowitz SH, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 
110(3):694-704 
Methotrexate and ulcerative colitis: wrong drug? Wrong 
dose? Or wrong disease? [editorial; comment] Kozarek RA. 
1996 May;110(5):1652-6. Comment on: 
Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1416-21. 
Methotrexate in chronic active ulcerative colitis: a 
double-blind, er Israeli multicenter trial [see 
al. Gastroenterology 1996 May; 
1996 


comments] Oren R, et 
110(5):1416-21. Comment in: 


Gastroenterology 
May; 1 10(5):1652-6. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





fe eee aes ty Seen a 
mucosa T cells in ulcerative colitis. Chott A, et al 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; a 
Phage display cloning 
immunogenetic a oe 
c antibody) in ulcerative itis. Eggena M, et 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 136(10)-4005-11 
pANCA and classification resistance in ulcerative colitis 
[editorial; comment] Hanaver SB. Mayo Clin Proc 1996 
May;71(5):517-8. Comment on: Mayo Clin Proc 1996 
arn bm ps 
Association of enemy | cytoplasmic antibodies with 
resistance to treatment of left-sided ulcerative colitis: 
results of a study [see comments] Sandborn WJ, et 
al. Mayo Proc 1996 May;71(5):431-6. Comment in: 
Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):517-8. 


COLLAGEN 


nets of human myocardial in idiopathic 

cardiomyopathy. Role of i and 

oyndincline cross-links [see comments ja-Smith Z, 

et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1639-48. Conanet in: 
Am J ~ 1996 May;148(5):1345-50. 

matrix turnover during pathologic remodeling 

of the extracellular matrix [comment] Stetler-Stevenson 

WG. Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1345-50 (34 ref.). 


Comment on: Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1639-48. 
A pilot trial of oral type II collagen in the treatment of 
heumatoid arthritis. al. 


for the formation of 
lens but not in collagen. Nagaraj 
—— 587-94 


Cloning, expression, and type II collagenolytic activity of 
matrix 13 from human osteoarthritic 
cartilage. Mitchell PG, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1; 
97(3):761-8 

Nuclear retention of COL1A1 messenger RNA identifies null 
alleles causing mild osteogenesis imperfecta. 
Redford-Badwal DA, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15; 
97(4):1035-40 

eeeatinn 6 Ge enige> seaee flere we 

+ ae CJ, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 


laa 
oo synthesis and 

a NR, 

Steiner RD, et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):542-7 
treatment of vesicoureteral reflux with 


the 
ecta. 


structure in 


lagen: 
sz report and cost analysis. Leonard MP, et al. 
Urol 1996 May; 155(5):1716-20 


Evaluation of antibody class in to bovine 
treatment in patients with urinary incontinence [see 
comments] McClelland M, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):2068-73. Comment in: J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1830. 

This month in Investigative Uroiogy. sy. Commentary on 
antibody uction in response lagen injection 
mene # McGuire EJ. J Urol 1996 ee 
Comment on: J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2068-73 

ic treatment of vesicoureteral reflux in 

Yokoyama O, et al. J U 


ts with 

mye! 1996 Jun; 

155(6):1 

New occluding spring coil made from atelocol [letter] 
Ino T, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1187 


COLLAGENASES 
activity and reduced 


tissue inhibitor of metal 1 levels in amniotic 
fluids from pregnancies newer 7 premature rupture 
of membranes. V: F, et al 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4): 1371-6 
kinases regulate transcriptional activation 
gene, MMP-1, in 
ynovial fibroblasts. Vincenti MP, 
et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 6 Apr: 394): 574-82 
Characterization of extracellular ae ge cee stemmed 
and its inhibitor in gynecologic cancer tissues with 
clinically different metastatic form. Tamakoshi K, et al. 
Cancer }99s Dec 15;76(12):2565-71 
Plasma assay of gelatinase B: tissue inhibitor of 
metalloproteinase complexes in cancer. Zucker S, et al. 
Cancer 1995 ~ & 15;76(4):700-8 
Characterization glomerular a ee cell 
matrix metalloproteinase 
‘ - lel of ‘ 
nephropathy. McMillan JI, et al. J Clim Invest 1996 Feb 
15;97(4):1094-101 
Cloning, expression, and type II ytic activity of 
13 from human osteoarthritic 
cartilage. Mitchell PG, et al. J Clim Invest 1996 Feb 1; 
97(3):761-8 
Monocytic cell type-specific transcriptional induction of 
. Pierce RA, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 


collagenase. 
97(8): 1890-9 
new collagenase, collagenase-3, is expressed and 
= by human chondrocytes but not by 
A role in osteoarthritis. Reboul P, et al. 
3 Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2011-9 


-9 with 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


COLLATERAL CIRCULATION 


Volume expansion increases right ventricular infarct size in 

py AA, L . Johnston WE, et 

Se eee 

Collateral channels that develop after an acute myocardial 
left ventricular 


infarction prevent ws dilation. 

Kodama K, et al. J Am Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1133-9 
COLLATERAL LIGAMENTS 
‘' thumb: ulnar collateral | 


igament injury. 
——_ JR. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1775-81 


COLLES’ FRACTURE 


Intracarpal soft-tissue lesions associated 

intra-articular fracture of the distal end of 
Gander WE ot cl 3 iene Seat Saow Aw | 
78(3):357-65 


COLLOIDS 


Crystalloids, colloids, and spinal anesthesia [letter] Puri GD. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):1108-9 


rome muscle isoactin in 
disease. t-Hankard G, et al. 


i ip with invasive potential of colon cancer ‘ 
Itoh F, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1717-21 
a adenomas and adenocarcinomas found in 

mucosa of sur, resected colons. Kubota 
o.. et al. Cancer 1996 Feb rier: Pierre 
Intraepithelial | in colon have similar properties 
a lial 'ytes in small cessetins aad Eonetie 
TCR Ohtsuka K, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 
May ai(5)302-11 
aS ee eee Se a ae 
in colonic mucosa in inflammatory bowel disease. 
Babyatsky MW, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 
110(4):975-84 
Co polyp counts and cancer risk in familial 
adenomatous polyposis. Debinski HS, et al. 
1996 Apr;110(4):1028-30 
Sialosyl-Tn antigen is prevalent and precedes d ia in 
ulcerative colitis: a retrospective case-cont! study. 
Itzkowitz SH, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 
110(3):694-704 


eo and proliferation: the balance [letter] Khosra' 
, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1323-4 
Inflammatory bowel disease is associated with - 

mucosal levels of 


permeability-increasing 

protein. Monajemi H, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 
110(3):733-9 

Ureteral replacement with reconfi colon substitute [see 

comments] Pope J, et al. J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1693-5 

Comment in: J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1589-90. 

Effect of colon injury on the management of simultaneous 

renal trauma. Wessells H, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):1852-6 


COLONIC DISEASES 


What are the indications for use of water-soluble contrast 
agent — in colon distension? Dachman AH. 

AIR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):988 
Polyunsaturated lyicholine prevents stricture 
formation in a rat model of colitis. Mourelle M, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1093-7 
ee eee iene rib. Lamelas LJ, 

al. Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15;31(4):42-5 
Colasactdl eetrestion obstruction: treatment with stents. Mainar 
A, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):761-4 


COLONIC DISEASES, FUNCTIONAL 


The chal of irritable bowel syndrome. Bonis PA, et al. 
1996 Mar;53(4):1229-36 (52 ref.) 

of ——— symptoms 
Whi WE, 


] 
1996 Mar; 
110(3):969-70 
of irritable bowel syndrome. Johnson KH, et al. 
J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):346-7 
Irritable bowel eee psychology, biology, and warfare 
between false di Gwee KA. Lancet 1996 
May 4; "347(9010): 1267 


COLONIC NEOPLASMS 


Body weight and colon cancer. Shike 

Am J Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 Supp).442S-444S (30 ref.) 
Malignant tumors missed at 
Slim K, et al. Am J Surg | 


Factor analysis 
tehead 


cholec 
Mar;171(3):364—5 
carcinoid 


of uh Gury, and 
GR, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr;120(4):393-6 


COLORECTAL NEOPLASMS 


Extramedullary plasmacytoma colonic 
a nnun dant Game tte a . Case report 
and literature review. 

Arch Pathol Lab Med Mar 12(3).270-82 (32 ref.) 

Cuulietinnp Getevenadans ott 5-fluorouracil and 
levamisole therapy for carcinoma of the colon. A case 
report. Cersosimo RJ, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1;77(7):1250-3 

Intraoperative detection of occult colon cancer 
micrometastases using 125 I-radiolabled monoclonal 
antibody CC49. Cote RJ, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15; 
71(4):613-20 


(octreotide) 
advanced 
reatment 
and the Mayo Clinic. Goldberg RM, et al. Cancer 199 
Sep 15; "76(6).961-6 


cytometric identification of cell surface markers on 
cultured human colonic cell lines wy Be monoclonal 
antibodies. Han JS, et al. Cancer aa Jul 15;76(2):195-200 
Enhanced secretion and of matrilysin during 
ant conversion of human colorectal epithelium and 
with invasive potential of colon cancer cells. 
Itoh F, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; ;71(8 Suppl):1717-21 
How tumor stage affects surgeons’ surveillance <a 
after colon cancer surgery. Johnson FE, et al. Cancer | 
Oct 15;76(8):1325-9 


and biochemical studies. 
Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1701-6 
Nonpolypoid adenomas and adenocarcinomas found in 
mucosa of sur, colons. Kubota 
Oo. et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15; win Tiayeniee 
Characterization wn hae ger tn oh od and with = rome 


magnetic 
metabolite 
— o 15-23 
Genetic a in rat colon tumors induced by 


rofiles. Merc TE et al. Concer’ 199 Nov 


heterocyclic amines. Toyota M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 
15;77(8 Suppl):1593-7 
lon, 


neoplasia 
syndrome. Orbuch M, et al. 
41(3):604-13 
Proliferation and differentiation of a human colon cancer cell 
po (CaCo2) is associated with significant changes in the 
and secretion of —— factor 
ac F) —— and IGF -——, -4: role of IGF-II. 
Singh P. al. Endocrinology | ans 137(5): 1764-74 
4 Sushoties c the diagnosis of 


110(4): aise 
Enhanced 


sialylation of mucin-associated carbohydrate 
structures in human colon cancer metastasis. Bresalier RS, 
et al. 1996 May;110(5):1354-67 
Increased ty levels in carcinogen-induced rat 
colonic Bois RN, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 
Apr; 110(4):1259-62 
Mismatch repair function and neoplasia in ulcerative colitis 
[letter] Ilyas M, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 
110(4):1322-3 
IL-13 induces ae and activation of JAK2 Janus 
kinase in human carcinoma cell lines: similarities 
between IL-4 and IL- Pi signaling. Murata T, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2972-8 
IL-12 is an effective adjuvant to recombinant vaccinia 
tumor vaccines: t by simultaneous 
ee Rao JB, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 
156(9):3357-65 
K-RAS mutation in the tumour of Ferrante I of Aragon, 
King of Naples ] Marchetti A, et al. Lancet 1996 
May 4;347(9010):1272 


COLONIC POLYPS 


Prolonged hypergastrinemia does not increase the frequency 
of colonic neoplasia in patients with Zollinger-Ellison 
syndrome. Orbuch M, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
41(3):604-13 

High-resolution chromoendoscopy for the diagnosis of 
diminutive colon polyps: implications for colon cancer 
screening. Axelrad AM, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 
110(4):1 53-8 


COLONOSCOPY 


High-resolution chromoendoscopy for the diagnosis of 
diminutive colon polyps: implications for colon cancer 
screening. Axelrad AM, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 
110(4):1253-8 
y, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, and 
omeprazole regimen in colorectal cancer prevention [letter] 
Morgan G. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;!10(4):1323 


COLORECTAL NEOPLASMS 


p53 expression in colorectal cancer: relation to tumor type, 
DNA ploidy and short-term survival. Lanza G Jr, 
et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May;105(5):604-12 

Patient selection for hepatic resection of colorectal 
metastases. Wanebo HJ, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Mar; 
131(3):322-9 


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COLORECTAL NEOPLASMS 











; Sa ‘c signifi 
et al. , 1996 Jan 15;77(2):255-64 
Expression of Thomsen-Friedenreich-— 
primary and 
reevaluation. 
76(10):1700-8 

Five-year 


metastatic colorectal carcinomas. 

Cao Y, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 

ene 6 oe en er 
Chapman MA ny sn 


cancer survival. 
1995 Aug oe . ee 
Intraoperative detection t cancer 
micrometastases using 125 I-radiolabled monoclonal 
antibody CC49. Cote RJ, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15; 
77(4):613-20 
Mutations of the p53 gene in the stool of patients with 
colorectal cancer. Eguchi S, et al. Cancer 1996 
Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1707-10 
Randomized pny S > Cel ee a 
folinic versus 5-fluorouracil plus folinic acid plus 
methyl-lomustine for patients with advanced colorectal 
cancer. Jones DV Jr, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15; 
76(10):1709-14 
Detection of DCC and Ki-ras gene alterations in colorectal 
carcinoma tissue as prognostic markers for liver metastatic 
. Kato M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 


eS TNP-470, in 
with hi 


gically 
O, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):621-6 
The National Cancer Data Base report on colorectal 
[letter] Lev R. Camcer 1995 Aug L763) 538-9 
Preclinical and clinical evaluation $-fl 
biochemical angie with folinic ¥. and hydroxyurea 
for patients with colorectal carcinoma. Matei D, et al. 
—_ 1995 Oct 15;76(8): 1330-5 
Serum carcinoembryonic an levels and proliferating cell 
nuclear antigen labeling index for patients with colorectal 
carcinoma. Correlation with tumor and 
survival. Nakamura T, et al. Cancer 1596 Apr 15;77(8 
Suppl):1741-6 
Survival after curative pate of lymph node negative 
colorectal carcinoma. A prospective study of 910 = 
Newland RC, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 15;76(4): 
of colorectal 


et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 1; 


aia p2iras mutations in colorectal oem os - 
carcinomas by enzyme-linked immunosorbent 
Schroy PC 3rd, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):201 ” a 
Sur treatment for patients with monary metastases 
colorectal carcinoma. Shirouzu 
Aug 1;76(3):393-8 
ic index, proliferating _ 
nuclear antigen-maximum proliferative index, in 
with colorectal cancer. Stewart GJ, et al. Caner 1 1995 i 
15;76(4):572-8 
ic evaluation of DNA flow cytometric and 
histopathologic parameters of colorectal cancer. Tang R, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1724-30 
Microvessel quantification and its possible relation with liver 
metastasis in tal . Tomisaki S, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1722-8 
2 cell death and its relationship to carcinogenesis 
n colorectal carcinoma. Tsujitani S, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 
15. ;71(8 Suppl):1711-6 
5-fluorouracil/leucovorin/interferon alpha-2a in patients 
with advanced colorectal cancer [letter] Vermeulen PB, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1;76(3):528-30 
Quantitative lectin—histochemical and i hi hemical 
studies on the occurrence of alpha(2,3)- and 
alpha(2, 6)-linked sialic acid residues in colorectal 
carcinomas. Relation to clinicopathologic features. 
Vierbuchen MJ, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep 1;76(5):727-35 
Flat adenoma as a precursor of colorectal carcinoma in 
Watanabe 





polyposis colorectal carcinoma. 
T, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):627-34 
Allelic loss of chromosome 17p, mutation of b.. p53 gene, 
and microsatellite instability in right- and left-sided 
colorectal cancer. Watatani M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
77(8 Suppl):1688-93 
Hepatic cryosurgery in treating colorectal 
Weaver ML, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15;76(2):210-4 


66 


Detection efficiency of colorectal carcinoma recurrence 
using technetium hnetate-anti-carcinoembryonic 
BW 431/26. Zwas ST, et al. 


antigen monoclonal antibody 
Cancer 1995 Jul  — 
Increased expression of anh agg hy - fy all 
multistage colorectal oo Arber N, 
Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; | 10(3):669-74 — 
and 


——ur colorectal carcinoma [editorial; comment] 
Lynch et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Mar; 1 10(3):943-54 
. Comment on: Gastroenterology 1996 ge ogee 
omeprazole regi aa 
regimen in cance preven ite 
G. ee i 1996 —— . 
fe Wot ae for colorectal 
a test based on K-ras determination in aoe. 
Villa E, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1346-53 
Risk of chesaa 1 in families of patients with 
adenomatous pol y+ ] Zarchy TM, et al. 
N Engl J Med | May \ZSsch 135940 
Cees 6 ened individuals for colorectal cancer 
ive evaluation of patients wi > caeneee 
RL. Surg Clin North = 1996 Feb; 


an 
76(1):35-45 (36 ref.) 
Perisurgi application a. D4 
cancer: A double-blind 
et al. aa ag F 1996 May;119(5):523-7 
Intraoperative 


Satie of metastatic colorectal 
[letter] Machi J. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):601-2. 
Detection of liver metastases from colorectal 


carcinoma 
— 4 for routine computed 

1 y? van Ooijen B, et al. Surgery 1 
119(5):511-6 


COLORECTAL NEOPLASMS, 
HEREDITARY NONPOLYPOSIS 


The emerging role of the physician in genetic counselling 
and wr we Ay Ye eo 
Taylor et al. Cam Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15; 


13448). 1155-8 (23 ref.) 
Colorectal cancer i the between 
ype and editorial; comment] Bufill JA. 
1995 Dec 15; °7612):2389-92. Comment on: Cancer 
1995 Dec 15; ne pt 33. 
Clinical i of microsatellite instability in colorectal 
cancers. Muta H, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):265-70 
a Lp ne ee oe advan _ and 


’ 
Leach tr et al. py ~ te" Marl iogyeaes 34 
. Comment on: Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):682-7. 
e analysis identifies gene carriers among members of 

fi with hereditary yposis colorectal cancer 
Pupoll A. et al pcan de am 1996 May 1100): 1404-9 
Better survival rates in patients with 1-associated 
i colorectal cancer [see comments] Sankila R, et 
1996 Mar;110(3):682-7. Comment in: 


Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):943-7. 

Cancer risk in families with hereditary seeped 
colorectal cancer diagnosed by mutation analysis. Vasen 
HF, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1020-7 


COMA 


A 36-year-old comatose woman exhibiting 
posturing. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):557-8 

pe ae wee ay yw 

study. Chen R, et al. 

‘Apr.24(4): 672-8 

Myocardial damage and rhabdomyolysis associated with 

ren 27 hypoxic coma following 1 overdose. 

R, et al. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2): 199-203 

Recovery from coma caused by CNS mantle cell 


lymphoma peereies as encephalitis. Finsterer J, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mans6(3):824-6 


COMMERCE 


Business strategies for the survival of the academic medical 
center. Chessare JB, et al. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):215-7 
Monitoring vendor compliance with tobacco sales laws: 
payment vs no payment approaches [letter] Cummings KM, 
et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May;86(5):750-1 


COMMITMENT OF MENTALLY ILL 


Retrospective study of 2,200 involuntary psychiatric 
admissions and readmissions. Sanguineti VR, et al. 
Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):392-6 


COMMON BILE DUCT 

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy with bile duct injury: 
percutaneous management of biliary stricture and 
associated complications [clinical conference] Boland GW, 
et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):603-7 

An alternative h of choledoc! y via 
laparoscopic c’ hotomy. Huang SM, et al. 

Arch Surg 1996 Apr. 131(4).407- 11 


decerebrate 


ive injury to the hepatic artery. Consequences of a 
-enteric anastomosis and princi; 


iples for rational 
management. Majno PE, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Feb; 
131(2):211-5 


COMMON BILE DUCT CALCULI 


Simultaneous bacteriologic assessment of bile from 

and common bile duct in control subjects and 

patients with gallstones and common duct stones. Csendes 

A, et al. Arch Surg 1996 He pete 

An ee aS choledocholithotomy via 

laparoscopic y. Huang SM, et al. 

Arch Surg 1996 Apr131(4)407- il 
ithiasis. Gholson CF, et al. 


y for Sauledos 
Dis Sci 1996 pa 41(5):831-4 
Biliary symptoms and complications more than 8 years after 
endoscopic sphincterotomy for choledocholithiasis. Prat F, 
et al. Seas © 1996 Mar;110(3):894-9 
Combined and endoscopic approach in patients 
with c and choledochalithions Liu CL, et al. 
Surgery 1996 rr 190) 534-7 


COMMON BILE DUCT NEOPLASMS 


Defining the criteria for local resection of ampullary 
Rattner DW, et al. Arch Surg | Apr; 
131(4):366-71 
Metastatic renal cell carcinoma to ampulla of Vater: an 
unusual lesion amenable to surgical resection. Leslie KA, 
et al. Surgery 1996 Mar;119(3):349-51 (14 ref.) 


COMMON COLD 


Antibiotics and upper respitatory infection: do some folks 
think there is a cure for the common cold? Mainous AG 
3rd, et al. J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):357-61 


COMMON VARIABLE 
IMMUNODEFICIENCY 


Enterocolitis in infantile common variable immunodeficiency. 
A case report and review of the literature. John HA, et 
al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3):621-3 (9 ref.) 


COMMUNICABLE DISEASE 
CONTROL 

Findings on host resistance genes for infectious diseases are 

pointing the way to ai [news] Stephenson J. 

JAMA 1996 May 15;27 

Tuberculosis programme > ae 
in patients with smear-positive pulmonary 
Blantyre, Malawi. Harries AD, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004): 807-9 


COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 


Presidential Address: 33rd annual meeting «bgt Infectious 
Disease Society of America: secret wishes and selfish 
ade. faa VT. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):517-22 
Increasing S mortality from infectious diseases ] 
B. JAMA 1996 May 8;275(18):1399-400 


COMMUNICATION 


Communication of the urgent finding. Berlin L. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):513-5 

T patients from other cultures. Orr RD. 

Am Fam Physician 1996 May 1;53(6):2004-6 (22 ref.) 

Overweight and health: communications challenges 
opportunities. JM. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 

Suppl):470S-473S (32 ref.) 

Procedure-specific do-not-resuscitate orders. Effect on 
communication of treatment limitations. Heffner JE, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Apr 8;156(7):793-7 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform 

ae scientists must be able to 

... [letter] Harrison J. BMJ 1996 


es and perceptions of benefit. Kee F. 
BMJ | Apr 13: ;312(7036):958-60 


Im dying of easy accessibility. Cerletty JM. J Fam Pract 
1996 Apr;42(4):335 


COMMUNICATION BARRIERS 


Study of new mothers looks at language and cultural barriers 
fi immigrant women. Williams LS. 
Can Assoc J 1996 May 15;154(10):1563-4 


COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED 
INFECTIONS 


Appropriateness of hospitalization of patients with 
—— y-acquired pneumonia. Porath A, et al. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):176-83 
Grand Rounds—-City Hospital, Nottingham. A com oad 
case of community acquired 
conference] Johnson’ SR. ‘et al. BMJ 1996 ak 
312(7035):899-901 


communicate de 
Apr 20;312(0037} ra 
Patients 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS 


Tracking community sentinel events: breast cancer mortality 
and neighborhood risk for advanced-stage tumors in 
Denver. Andres TL, et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):717-22 

of a community clinic with a hospital out-patient 
clinic in rheumatology. Helliwell PS. Br J Rheumatol 1996 
Apr;35(4):385-8 


COMMUNITY HEALTH PLANNING 


There's no place like home. Hudson T 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 5;70(3):31 -2, 34 

Make no little plans. Community health planning is an 
antidote to a world in which the strong survive and the 
weak usually don't. But in an era of scaling back, does 
it have a future? Hudson T. Hosp Health Netw 1996 May 
5;70(9): 47-8, 50, 52 
Visionary medical and other leaders meet to plan healthier 
communities a. Phillips P. JAMA 1996 May 22-29; 
275(20):1529-31 


COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES 


— health departments in Washington State use APEX 
© assess capacity. Pratt M, et al. Public Health Rep 1996 
_ Feb;111(1):87— 91 


COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH 
SERVICES 


Impact of visit copayments on outpatient mental health 
utilization by members of a health maintenance 
organization. Simon GE, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar; 
153(3):331-8 

The 13 steps to community care [letter] Hollander D, et al. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):913 

Supervised discharge is anachronistic [letter] Turner TH, et 

al. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1042 


COMMUNITY NETWORKS 


Ceo summit. At risk. Howie GE, et al. 

Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):41-2, 44, 46 
There's no place like home. Hudson T. 

Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb $.70(3):31- 2, 34 
Integration. Taking care of business. Turner S. 

Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):64, 66 


COMMUNITY PHARMACY SERVICES 


Do too many cooks spoil the broth? Multiple physician 
involvement in medical management of elderly patients and 
potentially inappropriate drug combinations. Tamblyn RM, 
et al. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15;154(8):1177-84 


COMORBIDITY 


The effect of acute renal failure on mortality. A cohort 

ysis [see comments] Levy EM, et al. JAMA 1996 May 

15;275(19):1489-94. Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19):1516-7. 


COMPARTMENT SYNDROMES 


Compartment syndromes associated with postoperative 
epidural analgesia. A case report. Price C, et al. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr;78(4):597-9 
Perioperative compartment syndrome. A report of four cases. 
Seiler JG 3rd, et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr; 
78(4):600-2 
Does patient-controlled analgesia lead to delayed dia, 
of lower limb compartment syndrome? [letter] O Sullivan 
ST, et al. Plast Surg 1996 Apr;97(5):1087-8 


COMPLEMENT 


Effect of chorioamnionitis on the levels of serum proteins 
in the cord blood of premature infants. Miyano A, et al. 
Arch Pathol Lab Med. 1996 Mar; 120(3):245-8 

Michael Mason Prize Essay 1995. Complement, immune 
a and systemic lupus erythematosus. Davies KA. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):5-23 (69 ref.) 


COMPLEMENT 1 INACTIVATORS 


Molecular weights and isoelectric points of sperm antigens 
relevant to autoimmune infertility in men. Pillai S, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1928-33 

i i [editorial; comment] Cicardi M, et 
: led 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1666-7. Comment 
on: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1630-4. 

Treatment of hereditary angioedema with a vapor-heated 
Cl inhibitor concentrate [see comments] Waytes AT, et 
al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1630-4. Comment 
in: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1666-7. 


COMPLEMENT 1Q 
Homozygous hereditary Clq deficiency and systemic lupus 
hematosus. 


. A new family and the molecular basis of 
Clq deficiency in three families. Slingsby JH, et al. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):663-70 


COMPLEMENT 2 


Multifocal stenosing ulcerations of the small intestine 

revealing vasculitis associated with C2 deficiency. 
Perlemuter G, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May. 
110(5):1628-32 (23 ref.) 


COMPLEMENT 3 


Extrahepatic secreted complement C3 contributes to 
circulating C3 levels in humans. Naughton MA, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):3051-6 


COMPLEMENT 3A 


A new biologic role for C3a and C3a desArg: regulation 
of TNF-alpha and IL-1 beta synthesis. Takabayashi T, et 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3455-60 


COMPLEMENT 5A 


Pathologic leukocyte infiltration of the rabbit aorta confers 
a vasomotor effect to chemotactic peptides thro 
cyclooxygenase-derived metabolites. Petitclerc E, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3426-34 

Infusion of ovine C5a into sheep mimics the inflammatory 
- mse of hemodialysis. Johnson RJ, et al. 

Clin Med 1996 May;127(5):456-69 


COMPLEMENT ACTIVATION 


Evaluation of tissue trauma after ic and abdominal 
hysterectomy: measurements of neutrophil activation and 
release of interleukin-6, cortisol, and C-reactive protein. 
Ellstrém M, et al. J Am Coll Surg 1996 May;182(5):423-30 

The excessive ee oe a activation in fulminant 
meningococcal septicemia is predominantly caused by 
sumiies pathway activation. Brandtzaeg P, , 

J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):647-55 

Effect of sodium nitroprusside on complement activation 
induced by a wea a clinical and 
experimental study. Seghaye M 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 yh 111¢ay882- 92 


COMPLEMENT FACTOR I 


The molecular basis of hereditary complement factor I 
deficiency. Vyse TJ, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15; 
97(4):925-33 


COMPLEMENT PATHWAY, 
ALTERNATIVE 


The excessive complement activation in fulminant 
meningococcal septicemia is predominantly caused by 
alternative pathway activation. Brandtzaeg P, et al. 

J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):647-55 


COMPLEMENT PATHWAY, 
CLASSICAL 


Human skeletal myoblasts spontaneously activate allogeneic 
complement but are resistant to killing. Gasque P, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3402-11 


COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE 

Comprehensive geriatric assessment in Medicare managed 
care: the geriatrician’s calling card [editorial; comment] 
Roller PD, et al. Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):383-5. 
Comment on: Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):438-43. 
Comment on: Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):444-51. 


COMPUTER-ASSISTED 
INSTRUCTION 


Educators must take the electronic revolution seriously. 
Chodorow S. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):221-6 

A consumer-oriented model for evaluating 
computer-assisted instructional materials for medical 
education. Glenn J. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):251-5 

The Nutrition in Medicine project [letter] Zeizel SH, et al. 
Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):107-8 


COMPUTER COMMUNICATION 
NETWORKS 


Electronic bulletin board for faculty development [letter] 
Bing-You RG. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):109 

Educators must take the electronic revolution seriously. 
Chodorow S. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):221-6 

The Internet. Enc ion algorithims are effective in 
maintaining security [letter] Agbamu DA. BMJ 1996 Apr 
13;312(7036):977-8 

The Internet. Editorial made extravagant claims [letter] Due 
S. BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):977 

The Internet. Access is now available in Romania [letter] 
Mihaescu T. BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):978 

The Internet. Facilities on the Internet may be abused [letter] 
Parkin A, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):977 


CONJUNCTIVAL DISEASES 


The Internet. y [letter] Prasad S, et al. 
BMJ 1996 A: 13;31 7036978 
The Internet. MSc in practice can be done over the 
Internet Naeage Sanfey J. BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):978 
arthritis mailbase 


discussion group 
Archer IR. Br J Rheumatol 1995 Dec;34(12):1185 
Informal clinical consulting via the Internet [letter] 
DJ. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15;154(8):1150 
—— a Canadian practices network. 
Committee of the Canadian 


t 
Practices Network Project. Holbrook AM, et 
Assoc J 1996 May 1;154(9):1325-31 
Surfing the Web for a doctor [news] 
Netw 1996 May 5;70(9):15 
. Dialing for patient data. A; oo! Cc. 


Prevesti 
. Can 


unication among tra uma caregivers 
on the Internet [letter] Block EF, et al. J Trauma 1996 
-, ‘Apr:40(4): 674 


the Internet, the PAI Project. An 


ysicians accessing 
educational initiative [editorial] Chi-Lum BI, et al. 
JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1361-2 


coffee room [letter 
ar 30;347(9005):897 


The Internet: a 


] Davies MW, et 
al. Lancet 1 


COMPUTER wri ast 


The Internet. Enc algorithims are effective in 


maintaining security ree DA. BMJ 1996 Apr 
13;312(7036):977-8 


COMPUTER SIMULATION 


Hydrostatic and ic pressure gradients produce 
manifestations of fetofetal transfusion syndrome in a 
computerized model of monochorial twin pregnancy. 
Talbert DG, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):598-608 

Virtual bronchoscopy. Relationships of virtual reality 
endobronchial simulations to actual bronchoscopic 
findings. Vining DJ, et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):549-53 

Force transmission and _ stress distribution in a 
computer-simulated model of the kidney: an analysis of 
the injury mechanisms in renal trauma. Schmidlin FR, et 
al. J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):791-6 


COMPUTER SYSTEMS 


Scottish MDs benefit from database model developed in 
Saskatchewan [news] Johnston C. Can Med Assoc J 1996 
Apr 1;154(7):1092-3 


COMPUTERS 


Com of an electronic food diary with a 
nonquantitative food frequency questionnaire in male and 
female smokers and nonsmokers. Kos J, et al. 

J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):283-5 


CONALBUMIN 


Iron-ovotransferrin preparation does not interfere with 
ciprofloxacin absorption. Pazzucconi F, et al 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):418-22 


CONDOMS 


Condom failure is on the increase [news] Carnal! D. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1059 


CONDYLOMATA ACUMINATA 


Cryosurge ophyllum in combination for 
jn a letter] McDow RA. Am Fam Physician 1996 
May : ;53(6): Ber 8, 1993 


CONFIDENTIALITY 


Preserving confidentiality in occupational medical practice. 
McCunney RJ. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1751-60 
(19 ref.) 

Israeli Ministry sets down confidentiality rules [news] 
Fishman RH. Lancet 1996 Apr 27; ;347(9009): 1180 

HIV, confidentiality, gender, and support in rural South 
Africa [letter] Seidel G, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17; 
347(8999):469 

The adolescent's right to confidential care when considering 
abortion. American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on 
Adolescence. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):746-51 


CONFLICT OF INTEREST 


Betrayal by the surgeons. Light DW. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):8 12-3 


CONGRESSES 


Altruism and the scientific congress [letter] Varghese C. 
Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):832 


CONJUNCTIVAL DISEASES 


Kaposi sarcoma of the conjunctiva [letter] Flowers CW Jr, 
et al. JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1545 


67 





CONJUNCTIVAL NEOPLASMS 


ee NEOPLASMS 
Expression of 
y V, et al. 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Aaes13004)378-9 


CONJUNCTIVITIS 
Ocular inflammation secondary to a punctal foreign body. 
Hirsch DR. et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May.114(5):625 
CONJUNCTIVITIS, ALLERGIC 
Ani AD ee SEP 

J Ophthalmol Wises Pesiziaise 48 waht 
Am 
A new murine model of allergic Mg es and 
effectiveness of nedocromil sodium. Merayo-Lloves J, et 
al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5): 


):1 129-40 
CONJUNCTIVITIS, VIRAL 
The effects of 
Romanowski 
114(5):581-5 
CONNECTIVE TISSUE 
Transient axillary-upper inner arm subcutaneous fibrous 
breast augmentation Maximovich SP. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Poser ——-4 1304-5 
CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASES 
T wrt retinoic acid ‘h marks. 
Rang Set Ooch + Dermatol 1996 May tints a19 26 


CONNEXIN 43 
connexin43 in the adult rat 
Phe 1996 a ee" 





EG. ct al Arch Opbthalael 1996, May, 


and regulation of 
idymis. Cyr DG, et al. 
1474-84 


are differentially oy 





with labor. 
1996 May;137(5):1545-53 
RNA Gq 2-4 of connexin43 in 


Protein and 
astrocytomas: i gene therapy. 
Shinoura Shinoura N, etal al. J ic 1996 Ma May 84(: 84(5):839-45; 


CONNEXINS 


Connexin-26 and connexin-43 are differentially gupenees 
and regulated in the rat myometrium throughout 
and with the onset of labor. Orsino A, et rt 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1545-53 


CONSCIOUS SEDATION 
Postoperative pulmonary complications. Obesity, pain, and 
sedation are iC [letter] A. 1996 May 
4,312(7039):11 epee 1159. 
of ci hloral hydrate and midazolam for sedation 
of neonates for studies. McCarver-May DG, 
et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):573-6 
— of lytic cocktail/demerol, 
thovazine (DPT) for for the sedation of 
BR, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):779-80 
CONSCIOUSNESS 


cervical spine evaluation in the alert 
asymptomatic blunt trauma victim: much ado about 
nothing. Velmahos GC, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 
40(5):768-74 
CONSTIPATION 


Cisapride in —— yg children with chronic 


——- . Dig Dis Sci 1996 May; 
41(5):870-4 
Colectom 


y as treatment for tion. Soybel DI. 
1996 Mays 10 1666-7 


CONSUMER ADVOCACY 
.- Quality Measurement Advi 


1996 May 


CONSUMER ORGANIZATIONS 


Physicians. Public Citizen names names [news] 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 May 5.7069). 11 


CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY 


Reducing choking deaths in children [letter] Fl D. 
JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1313; discussion 1314 


Service 


[letter] Kerr HD. 
Nightingale SL. 


Reducing choking deaths in children 

JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1313-4 

From the Food and Administration. 
:275(20): 1534 


JAMA 1996 May 22. 
CONTACT LENSES 
Effect of adhered bacteria on the binding of Acanthamoeba 


to h lenses. Gorlin Al, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 
a any a ely 


care in the unconscious. 
J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):640-1 
CONTACT LENSES, HYDROPHILIC 


Corneal pannus associated with contact lens wear. Chan WK, 
et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May;121(5):540-6 


CONTINUITY OF PATIENT CARE 
Madeleine's death ] Balkissoon EJ. 
Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15;154(8):1144 
Newborn issions. Brodt AL, et al. J Nurs Adm 1996 
Mar;26(3):5 


RE: The chance for fertility in adolescent boys after 
corrective surgery for varicocele [letter] Harrison RH 3rd. 
J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1704 


CONTRACEPTION 


Office for the primary care physician, part I: 
vaginitis, the i smear, con 1 and 


estrogen replacement. Reife i 
Clin North Am 1996 Mar;80(2):299-319 (63 ref.) 


CONTRACEPTIVE AGENTS 
Adolescent sexuality: looking beyond treatments [letter] 
eee Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May; 


CONTRACEPTIVE AGENTS, FEMALE 


Normal human ovary and ovarian tumors express glycodelin, 
a glycoprotein with immunosu — and coni ive 
properties. Kamiriiinen M, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May; 
148(5):1435-43 

Adolescents’ use of levonorgestrel implants for 

con Spaulding C. J Fam Pract 1996 Apr; 

42(4):349 


CONTRACEPTIVE AGENTS, MALE 


Hormonal con’ for men. The Task Force on 
Methods for the R ion of Male Fertility [letter] Griffin 
PD, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):830-1 


CONTRACEPTIVES, ORAL 


Smoking and cycle control 
anal sa MJ, et al. A) Chenet Gpaeal” 1996 Feb, 
1 ): 

- scare linked to rise in abortions [news; comment] Dillner 

BMJ 1996 Apr ew 312003 79498 Comment on: BMJ 
oes Apr oy 7037):987-8. 
hormone use, correlates of 

hormone ints and the incidence of 
sarcoma of the uterus. Schwartz SM, et al. 

Feb 15;77(4):717-24 

inati after oral con 


———- scare [letter 
Ty. et al. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1260-1 


CONTRACEPTIVES, ORAL, 
COMBINED 
The combined oral contraceptive 
we ag when pills are missed? ter i 
Gynaecol 1996 Feb;103(2):186-7 
pregnancy and the risk 
bolism: the influence of diabetes, h . 
migraine and previous thrombotic disease [letter] Schwin 
PJ. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Jan; 103(1):93-4 
The combined oral contraceptive pill: what advice should 
we fe when pills are missed? ] Yoong AF. 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb;103(2):186 


CONTRACEPTIVES, ORAL, 
SYNTHETIC 


No alert from CPMP on oral contraceptives [news] 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1175 


CONTRACT SERVICES 


Cast me not off in the time of age. Rice TT. 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 May 5;70(9):34-6, 38 
Betrayal by the surgeons. Light DW. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):8 12-3 
itated contracting in radiology: negotiating techniques, 
inancial calculations, and utilization management. Levin 
DC, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):651-6 


Crowston J, et al. 


traceptive users. 


types of 
1996 


onl contraceptives, pre; 
a 


CONTRAST MEDIA 


What are the indications for use of water-soluble contrast 
agent enemas in colon distension? Dachman AH. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):988 
Breath-hold ultrafast three—dimensional 
h d MR angiography of the aorta and 
the renal and other visceral abdominal arteries. Holland 
GA, et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):971-81 
With helical CT, 7d nonionic contrast a better choice than 
contrast for rapid and large IV bolus injections? 
KD. AJR Am J Roentgeno! 1996 Mar;166(3):715 





166(4):879-87 

Life-threatening anaphylactoid reaction after iv injection of 

meglumine [letter] Meuli RA, et al. 

AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):729 

Defending mal ice actions involving barium enema 
—s fetter) ‘Naidich JB, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):723-4 

Detection of focal hepatic lesions with MR imaging: 
prospective comparison of T2-weighted fast spin-echo 
with and without fat suppression, T2-weighted breath-hold 
fast spin-echo, and gadolinium a 3D 
gradient-recalled imaging. Soyer P, et al. 
AJR Am J 1996 May: 1665): 1115-21 

Metformin precaution [letter] Gignilliat J. Am J Nurs 1996 
Feb;96(2):16 

Prospective study of safety of lower extremity phlebography 
with nonionic contrast medium. AbuRahma AF, et al. 
Am J Surg 1996 Feb;171(2):255-60 

Water-soluble contrast material has no Soupeuis effect on 


Am J Surg 1996 Feb;171(2):227-9 

Human basophil/mast cell releasability. XI. Heterogeneity 
of the effects of contrast media on mediator release. Stellato 
C, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar;97(3):838-50 

Improved Doppler detection of proximal left anterior 
descending coronary artery stenosis after + 
injection of a  lung-crossing contrast agent: 

ler echocardiographic study. Caiati 
C, et al. J Am Cardiol 1996 May;27(6): 1413- 21 
A randomized trial of low osmolar ionic versus nonionic 
“aaa media in patients with myocardial infarction or 
unstable angina undergoing percutaneous transluminal 
coronary i . Grines CL, et al. 
J Am Coll 1996 May;27(6):1381-6 

Another toward resolving the contrast controversy 
[editorial] Moliterno DJ, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
May;27(6):1387-9 

Second harmonic imaging of an intravenously administered 

ic contrast agent: Visualization of 
coronary arteries and measurement of coronary blood flow. 
Mulvagh SL, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May; 
27(6):1519-25 

Improved myocardial contrast with second harmonic 
transient ultrasound response imaging in humans using 
intravenous uorocarbon-exposed sonicated dextrose 

Porter TR, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May; 
27(6): 1497-501 

Names for te dimeglumine [letter] Cavagna FM, 
et al. 1996 Mar;198(3)-908 

Microbubble contrast agent for color Doppler US: effect on 
breast masses. Work in progress. Kedar RP, et al. 
Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):679-86 

Contrast-enhanced MR g assessment of tumor 
capillary permeability: effect of irradiation on delivery of 
chemot y. Schwickert HC, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):893- 

Mammary carcinoma model: correlation of macromolecular 
contrast-enhanced MR imaging characterizations of tumor 
microvasculature and histologic capillary 
Dijke CF, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):813- 8 

Superparamagnetic iron oxide—enhanced versus 
gadolinium-enhanced MR imaging for differential 

of focal liver lesions. Vogl TJ, et al. 
1996 Mar;198(3):881-7 


CONTRAST SENSITIVITY 

Contrast sensitivity and other vision tests in the optic neuritis 
treatment trial. Trobe JD, et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 
May;121(5):547-53 

The association of postoperative subjective visual function 
with acuity, glare, and contrast sensitivity in patients with 
early cataract. Adamsons IA, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 

May; 1 14(5):529-36 


CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIALS 


Clinical and prophylactic trials with assured new treatment 
for those at greater risk: I. A design pr [see 
comments] Finkelstein MO, et al. Am J 1996 
May;86(5):691-5. Comment in: Am J Public Health 1996 
May;86(5):622-3. 

Clinical and pemaatte trials with assured new treatment 
for those at greater risk: Il. Examples [see comments] 
Finkelstein MO, et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):696-705. Comment in: Am J Public Health 1996 


echocardi 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





May;86(5):622-3. 
Early controlled clinical trials [letter] Hart PD. BMJ 1996 
Feb 10;312(7027):378-9 


CONTUSIONS 
Evaluation of ic injury after blunt abdomina! trauma. 
Emmict RH Jr, et re = Med 1996 May; 


Cardiac troponins in the diagnosis of myocardial contusion 
[letter] RuDusky BM. Chest 1996 May;109(5):1413-4 


CONVALESCENCE 


on peripheral motor nerve function after 
foes Eee oe et al. J Trauma 1996 
wiay,400) 


CONVULSIONS 


Convulsive effects of tacrine [letter] Lebert F, et al. 
Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1339-40 


re ae FEBRILE 


Practice parameter: the neurodiagnostic evaluation of the 
qe wt ee American Academy 
. Provisional be oy! on Quality 
m on Febrile Seizures. 

improvement Subommtc May;97(5):769-72; discussion 773-5 


COOKERY 


Gas stoves and respiratory health [comment] Brauer M, et 
al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):412. Comment on: Lancet 
1996 Feb a neal 


comments] i 
347(8999):426-31. 
17;347(8999):412. 


COOKING AND EATING UTENSILS 


Increased iron content of some Indian foods due to cookware. 
Kollipara UK, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May; 
96(5):508-10 


COPPER 


Genetic and molecular basis for 
et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May; 
bioc aneaiee 


toxicity. Harris Z) 
3(5): 8365-418 (53 x 
. Linder 


MC, et 
S-811S (109 ref.) 
. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 


hemistry and 
Se eee 
Lénnerdal B. 


Bioavailability 15°38 (it. 

May-63(5):8218- 121 ref.) 
Liver copper a a transport during development: 

implications for cytotoxicity. Luza SC, et al. 

Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May,63(5):812S-208 (105 ref.) 

as an essential nutrient. Olivares M, et al. 

Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5): ~~ (101 ref.) 

Limits of metabolic tolerance to a 
ivares 


at ew t recommendations and regulations. 
J Clin —— 1996 age gp :846S-S2S (76 ref} 


Present = —— > Indian 
childhood cirrhosis. Pandit A, et al. Am J Nutr 1996 
ny a meager (59 ref.) 


and idiopathic copper toxicosis. Scheinber; 
“ie et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 a 842S-5S Ga ref) 
tile disorder. 
'9005):877-80 — 


portions 
oo oe penalty in persons with insulin 
us. Wheeler ML, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 
May36(3)456-63 


CORNEA 
scarring after gheteecineive keratectomy in a 
ing keratoplast WK, et al 
Km J Ophthalmol 1990 Marl 121(5):570- 
Late onset of corneal scar ce an, 
keratectomy. Meyer JC, et al. Aue 3 Ophthakect 1996 May: 
121(5)-529-39 
Bacterial ulcer 3 


days after excimer laser phototherapeutic 
keratectomy. Fulton JC, et al Arch Opbttaheel 1996 May, 
114(5):626-7 


CORNEAL DISEASES 

pan A iy BE photorefractive keratectom 
i Chan WK, et al. 

rey Onbteaheel 195 1908 Mart L~, a _— 

Late onset of corneal scar after 

keratectomy. 


Meyer JC, et al. Am ‘am 3 0 
121(5):529-39 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


CORNEAL EDEMA 
t of 


pay vet “y= bow , et al. 
Arch 1996 May;114(5):633-4 
CORNEAL NEOVASCULARIZATION 
Corneal pannus associated with contact lens wear. Chan WK, 
et al. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May;121(5):540-6 
CORNEAL STROMA 
Excimer laser in situ keratomileusis under a corneal flap for 
myopia of 2 to 20 di Salah T, et al. 
Am J Ophthalmol | ‘eb; 121(2):143-55 
CORNEAL ULCER 
Recurrent corneal 
metham: 


with 


ulcerations associated with smokeable 

abuse. Chuck RS, et al. 

| 1996 May;121(5):571-2 
cefazolin and tobramycin in 

[letter] Baker RS, et al. 

Arch 1996 May; cts g oe 2-3 

Bacterial ulcer 3 days after excimer laser 


phototherapeutic 
keratectomy. Fulton JC, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May; 
114(5):626-7 


CORONARY ANEURYSM 


Effects of artery aneurysms on intracoronary flow 
velocity dynamics in Kawasaki disease. Hamaoka K, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):873-5 
Surgical treatment of a coronary aneurysms in 
elderly man. Mohamed GS, et al. ‘Ann Thorac Surg 1996 
Mar;61(3):1007-8 
gt ED BL 
follo’ myocardial infarction 
mitral valve replacement. Fazia RB, et al. Chest 1996 Febs 
109(2):577-9 


CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY 


Angi ee Soe eae 

for percutaneous ogee Anges | 

coronary artery 

Revascularization soved som nD Bae yc 

al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr ody BART 

Performance standards and edge detection with 

computerized quantitative coronary arteriography. The 

Lovastatin Restenosis Trial . Klein JL, et al. 

Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10): 815-22 
and procedural 


outcome after 
risk subsets usi a decremental 
Balloon 


catheter. Tapered 
. Laird JR, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 


motion abnormalities: correlations 
veils mpiaetid Gaotiand Gow teiaeve end cpuainiee 


coronary y. Bartunek J, et al. 
J Am Coll 1996 May:27(6):1429-36 
toward resolving the contrast controversy 
oliterno DJ, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
_ May) 1387-9 : 
ype y as a screening test for 
vasospastic angina before coronary 
an “tie comments] JK, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1156-61. Comment in: 
J Am Coll nen 1996 Apr;27(5):1162-3. 
The dilemma diagnosing 


the 


coronary 


Registry In 
a 15;77(8): 56 -8 





calcification: 
angiography a intra . Tuzcu EM, 
et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar ae tans tae 832-8 

The association between local eeercauneatd| Geashers DE. 
invasive cardiac [see 
et al. JAMA 1996 Apr ol terre | nemee in: 
JAMA 1996 Apr 17;275(15):1197-8. 


CORONARY ARTERIOSCLEROSIS 


_—- echocardiographic detection of coronary 
lerosis. Petrovic O, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
ts: TNG)Se3 74 
Hormone replacement therapy and coronary 
atherosclerosis: the monkey model. TB, et 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 Suppl 13:53-7; 
a — — Ae inhibi 
its of exogenous oestrogen in 
Sn el a et al. 
Br J Obstet 1996 May;103 bob 13:73-8; 
discussion 78-9 (40 ref.) 
Progression of coronary artery disease predicts clinical 
coronary events. —term aoe from the 
Cholesterol “gg sy lerosis Study. Azen SP, et 
al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):34-41 
ae P450 and atherosclerosis [letter] Luoma P. 
Pharmecel Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):484 
a novel stainless steel 
Coronary menting with stent: determinants of neointimal 
es Sa ra eneees 
in an atherosclerotic model. Carter AJ, 4 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr:27(5): 1270-7. 
Atheroma morphology and distribution in proximal left 


stress-related 


CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS 


roa ey 


raya 
em 


Neumann FJ, ary plague undergoing nga 


27(4):819-24 
1 of coronary atherosclerosis | to 9 years 
after : insi from systematic i 
eT es tee thee. 

J Am Coll 1996 Mar 15;27(4):839-46 
0 Tee 

later. Delbanco TL, et al. JAMA 1996 Feb 14:275(65485 
New ideas on of restenosis [news] Phillips DF. 
JAMA 1996 


3 - — 
50.347(9005). 53 
Randomised controlled trial 


coronary 2 
(CHAOS) [see comments] Stephens 
Mar 23;347(9004):781-6. Comment 
23;347(9004):775. Comment 
23;347(9004):776-7. 


CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS 
steal and bilateral ing of subclavi 
Carery Detter} Onpriek O, et al. ASR AS 3 Reentgsncl 
bypass eal for the treatment of coronary artery 
Cishek et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 
131,1012-7 (58 ref.) 
correlates 


vivo observations. 
Am Con Casdieh 1996 Maar 15, 


| of vitamin E in patients with 

Heart Antioxidant Study 
NG, et al. Lancet 1996 
in: Lancet 1996 Mar 
in: Lancet 1996 Mar 


for percutaneous 

coronary artery 

Revascularization Investigation 

al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10): 

Bloc of endoluminal conceary saute on the frequency of 
im = grafting after a 


forts te al. Am Cn a a, Mar 15.1 reer} 
tricular perforation by 


artery catheter 
coronary artery Came. te MA, et al. 

‘Analg 1996 1996 May;82(5):1089-90 
SS ition of pulmonary 


CE et ral Anesth Fae 1996 5 1996 May;8215):958-63 
and off 


vascular resistance 


O Leary 


Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):712-8 
Intermittent aortic cross-c and cold crystalloid 
for low-risk coronary patients. Alhan HC, et 
al. Ann Surg 1996 _— ):834-9 i 
Intraoperative i uces blood loss r 
Kochamba GS, et al. 
Ann Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):900-3 
Effects of short-term aden = gr ee Q10 
on myocardial protection ya29 33 
Taggart DP, et al. Aun Thorac Sern’ 996 Mar-6i¢ ):829-33 
Internal thoracic 1 —_— exercise 


ts with spi cord injury. 
Surg | —— 
after coronary artery bypass 
gery in blacks. Gray RJ, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 
Apr 8; ay oe 
The effect of peripheral vascular disease on long-term 
——- after coronary artery b: surgery. Northern 
New England “Guiana i Study Group. 
_ Birkmeyer JD, et al. Arch yrs. 1996 Mar: 131(3):316-2 


a pleural fluid 
Nmap Kin Loa Chest 1996 Feb, 2):570-2 
Ye ay = 


Outmigration for coronary bypass surgery nan era of public 
dissemination of clinical outcomes paeneee see comments] Omoigui 
NA, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):27-33. Comment 
in: Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):1-3. 

Smoking and cardiac events after venous coronary bypass 
surgery. A 15-year follow-up study. Voors AA, et al. 
Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):42-7 

Managed oy! for coronary artery b yres om surgery: the 
experience at one Canadian center. 4.4 JL, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6): 1365-73 

Three-year follow- the tine Randomized Trial 
of Percutaneous Transl Coronary Angioplasty 
Versus Coronary Artery A Surgery in Multivessel 





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CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS 


J Thorac 
il gyn ye 
Effective control of pulmonary vascular resistance with 
inhaled nitric oxide cardiac operation. Fullerton DA 
et al. J Thorac Cardiovase Surg 1996 Apr;111(4):753-62; 


Apr; 111(4): 705-7. Comment 
Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr;111(4):708-16; 


Reexploration for bleeding is a risk factor for adverse 
outcomes after cardiac operations. Moulton MJ, et al. 
Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May;!11(5):1037-46 
Late failure of internal thoracic artery grafts caused 
welae of mediastinitis or its treatment. No 
Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr; 111(4): 
i d 


by 
oe et al. 


Cardiovasc Surg 

1996 Apr;111(4): 705-7. 
Influence of 1 technique and pH t 
strategy during coronary artery bypass surgery ] 
DP. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr; 


ypass grafting in patients with an ejection 
my percent or les or less [editorial; comment] 
Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):998- 1000. Comment on: J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 
1996 May;111(5):1001-12. 
~artery bypass surgery with 
internal-thoracic-artery ] Garcia MJ, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1609; discussion 1610 
bypass surgery with 
— grafts [letter] Koorevaar M, et al. 
J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1609-10 
double bypass grafting in a child with 
artery obstruction due to Kawasaki disease. Sobczyk W, 
et al. South Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):420-1 


CORONARY CIRCULATION 


Effects of coronary artery aneurysms on intracoronary flow 
velocity dy ics in K disease. Hamaoka K, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):873-5 

Effect of cord stimulation on myocardial blood flow 
pone positron emission y in patients with 
Am 3 On 





tomogr: 

pectoris. Hautvast RW, et al. 

1998 Mar Mar 1;77(7):462-7 

Analysis of microvascular integrity, contractile reserve, and 
myocardial viability after acute myocardial infarction by 
dobutamine echocardiography and myocardial contrast 
y. Lliceto S, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 


gest et al. 
1995 Dec; 1740) 1775-381 
2-adrenergic stimulation with mivazerol 


is in anesthetized dogs. 
Analg 196 Apr ;82(4):702-11 


Rate of coronary in response to changes in 
rate before and during ry for coronary 


sur, . van Wezel HB, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May; 
84(5):1107-18 


Does wae flow through holmium:YAG transmyocardial 
laser channels? Kohmoto T, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 
Mar;61(3):861-8 
Volume expansion increases right ventricular infarct size in 
oe by reducing collateral . Johnston WE, et 
Chest 1996 Feb; 109(2):494-503 
Apuanath hcomempenntd Gow ont Gow agent 


—— with magnetic resonance i g-. Hundley WG, 
. Circulation 1996 Apr 15; 9H(8):1 13028 ; 


humans. Dupouy P, et al. J Am Coll 1996 May; 
27(6):1374-80 
Second harmonic imaging of an intravenously administered 
: Visualization 


agh 
2(6):1519-25 


70 


its effects 
Williams DO. 


Feb 15;97(4):996—1009 
bm a flow. III. Effects of pum 
and utilization . A 


“6 Ap ae et ae 


to progressive exercise in aa. with chronic n neapebettle 
biventricular bypass. pee te 
J Thorac Cardiovasc wy fet 1 Apri i04): 857-62 
Tc-99m sestamibi cardiac S PECT imaging during coronary 
artery occlusion in humans: comparison with le 
stress studies. Borges-Neto S, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 
198(3):751-4 
flow reserve: noninvasive measurement in humans 
with breath-hold velocity-encoded cine MR imagin 
Sakuma H, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar 198(3):745- 50 


rate on oxygen transport 
biventricular 
J Cardiovasc 
Chronic nonpulsatile blood 


CORONARY DISEASE 


Roles of percutaneous ryan bt 
bypass graft surgery for the treatmen artery 
disease. Cishek MB, et al. ‘Am Heart 3 1996 May, 
131(5):1012-7 (58 ref.) 

Left ventricular cavity size determined by preoperative 
dipyridamole thallium scintigraphy as 2 predictor of late 
cardiac events in vascular surgery ts. Emlein G, et 
al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):907-14 

Rotational atherectomy with adjunctive balloon angioplasty 
versus conventional taneous transluminal coronary 
angioplasty in type B2 lesions: results of a randomized 
study. Y, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; i 879-83 
inci results of the H and Trial 
(HALT): a multicenter study of doxazosin in A A with 


Copemeaen . Levy D, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 
131(5):966-73 


Influence of vessel dilatation on restenosis after successful 
taneous transluminal coronary an, y. Schmitz 
, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131( 91 
of adults: the 
i i ities (ARIC) Study. 
— E, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):915-22 (37 


a _. randomized com of “~~: 
shocks versus bi shocks on illation 
= y we yk Strickber, be et al. 

J 1996 May;131(5): 


investigator 's Group. Sunamura M, et al. Am Heart J 1996 
Shes 131(5):843-8 
Superoxide dismutase activity as a predictor of myocardial 
reperfusion and salvage in acute myocardial infarction. 
Tomoda H, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May-131(5):849-56 
Risk factors for new coronary events in a large cohort of 
very elderly patients with and without coronary artery 
disease. Aronow WS, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr iS 
77(10):864-6 
ge characteristics of human atherectomy tissue 
coronary and lower extremity arterial stenoses. 
Bauriedel 6, et al. ‘Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):468-74 


wie on 


al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):805-14 
Effect of biphasic endocardial countershock on pas 
thresholds in humans. Kessler DJ, et al. Am J Cardiol | 
Mar 1;77(7):527-8 
Performance and edge detection with 
computerized quantitative 
Lovastatin Restenosis Trial Group. Klein JL, 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10): 815-22 
A and procedural outcome 


y. 
et al. 


apered Balloon 
Laird JR, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 


Lovastatin gies ae for prevention of restenosis after 
utaneous transluminal coronary y. O Keefe 
H Jr, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15; 7(8)-649-52 
Usefulness of on-line three-dimensional reconstruction of 
intracoronary ultrasound for guidance of stent deployment. 
Prati F, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):455-61 
Cnty & S Fe Canes eee & Ce Semaste 
assessment of coronary artery ostial stenoses. Wong P, et 
al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):870-2 
Usefulness of the transcendental meditation program in the 
treatment of patients with coronary artery disease. Zamarra 
JW, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):867-70 
Diagonal earlobe creases and prognosis in patients with 
suspected coronary artery disease. Elliott WJ, et al. 


Am J Med 1996 Feb;100(2):205-11 

Drug therapy for hypercholesterolemia in patients with 
cardiovascular di : factors limiting achievement of lipid 
goals. Schectman G, et al. Am J Med 1996 Feb; 
100(2):197-204 

The effects of alpha 2-adrenergic stimulation with mivazerol 
on myocardial blood flow and function during coronary 
artery stenosis in anesthetized dogs. Roekaerts PM, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):702-11 

Hemodilution tolerance in patients with coronary artery 
disease who are receiving chronic beta-adrenergic blocker 
therapy. Spahn DR, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr; 
82(4):687-94 

Rate of coronary flow adaptation in respor. e to changes in 
heart rate before and during anesthesia for coronary artery 
surgery. van Wezel HB, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May; 
84(5):1107-18 


Platelet glycoprotein IIb/IIla receptor inhibitors in coronary 
artery disease [editorial] Cohen M. Ann Intern Med 1996 
May 1;124(9):843-4 

Cholesterol reduction: weighing the benefits and risks. 
Gaziano JM, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15; 
124(10):914-8 (29 ref.) 

Successful repair of a massive coronary arteriovenous fistula 
in a 68-year-old man. Phillips WS, et al. 

Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):984—-6 

Internal thoracic artery graft function during exercise 
assessed by transthoracic Doppler echography. Takemura 
H, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):914-9 

Adverse 5-year outcome after coronary artery bypass 
surgery in blacks. Gray RJ, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 
Apr 8;156(7):769-73 

Psychosocial interventions for patients with coronary artery 
disease: a meta-analysis. Linden W, et al. 

Arch Intern Med 1996 Apr 8;156(7):745-52 

The effect of peripheral vascular disease on long-term 
mortality after coronary artery bypass surgery. Northern 
New England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group. 
Birkmeyer JD, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Mar; 1313):316-21 

Avoiding premature coronary deaths in Asians in Britain. 
Several key facts need to be considered [letter] Bhopal R. 
BMJ 1996 Feb 10;312(7027):375 

Use of aspirin in secondary prevention of coronary heart 
disease is rising [letter] Carney AJ, et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 
30,3 12(7034):846 

Avoiding premature coronary deaths in Asians in Britain. 

it from controlling blood pressure was understated 
[letter] Cruickshank JK. BMJ 1996 Feb 10;312(7027):376 
er he premature coronary deaths in Asians in Britain. 
for pharmacological intervention are 
[letter] Enas EA. BMJ 1996 Feb 10;312(7027):376 
— checks and coronary risk. Effect of health checks 
as underplayed [letter] Graham J. BMJ 1996 Apr 13; 
3 12(7036):974 


Avoiding premature coronary —_ in Asians in Britain. 
practitioners should identify risks opportunistically 
[letter] Livingstone AE. BMJ 1996 Feb 10;3 12(7027):375-6 

C reactive protein and its relation to cardiovascular risk 
factors: a tion based cross sectional study [see 
comments] Mendall MA, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 
312(7038):1061-5. Comment in: BMJ 1996 Apr 
27;312(7038): 1049-50. 

Avoiding premature coronary deaths in Asians in Britain. 
Cultural factors are important [letter] Patel S. BMJ 1996 
Feb 10;312(7027):375 

Environment and genetic link found [news] Richards T. 
BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):270 

Chronic coronary artery disease: drugs, angioplasty, or 
surgery? [editorial] Rihal CS, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3; 
312(7026):265-6 

Clearance of chylomicron remnants in normolipidaemic 
patients with coronary artery disease: case control study 
over three years. Weintraub MS, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 13; 
312(7036):936-9 

Hormone replacement therapy and cardiovascular disease: 
the human model. Sullivan JM. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
May;103 Suppl 13:59-65; discussion 66-7 (34 ref.) 

Twelve weeks of coronary artery disease . Fedak PW. 

Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 15; 154(10): 1545-6 
Sleep-disordered breathing in men with coronary artery 
disease. Mooe T, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):659-63 
Cost-effectiveness in clinical cardiology. Part 1: Coronary 
artery disease and congestive heart failure. Willens HJ, et 

al. Chest 1996 May; 1093): 1359-69 (60 ref.) 

Se incompetence. The implications of heart rate 

to exercise (compensatory parasympathetic 
hyperactivity” [editorial; comment] Ellestad MH. 
Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1485-7. Comment on: 
Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1520-6. 

Assessment of 
humans with magnetic resonance i 
et al. Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1 

Impaired heart rate response to graded a # Prognostic 
implications of chronotropic incompetence in the 
Framingham Heart Study [see comments] Lauer MS, et 
al. Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1520-6. Comment in: 
Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1485-7. 

Combining coronary angiography and angioplasty. Meier B. 
Heart 1996 Jan;75(1): 

27th Bethesda Conference. Matching the Intensity of Risk 
Factor Management with the Hazard for Disease 
Events. September 14-15, 1995. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 





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Apr;27(5):957-1047 
denosine tec jum-99m sestamibi myocardial perfusion 
SPECT in women: di efficacy in detection of 
coronary artery disease. Amanullah AM, et al. 
J Am Coil Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):803-9 
Comparison of ischemic response during exercise and 
dobutamine echocardiography in ts with left main 
coronary artery disease. A er CH, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1171-7 
Dobutamine-induced wall motion abnormalities: correlations 
with myocardial fractional flow reserve and quantitative 
hy. Bartunek J, et al. 
1996 oa 27(6):1429-36 
of proximal left anterior 
stenosis after —e 
lung-crossing trast 
hic study. Caiati 


~ Ph Doppler echocardiograp! 

C, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6): 1413-21 
27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the hazard for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 5. Stratification of patients into high, 
medium and low risk subgroups for of risk factor 
management. Califf RM, et al. J Am Cardiol 1996 Apr; 
23): 1007-19 (68 ref.) 

27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the hazard for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 4. Efficacy of risk factor management. 
Forrester JS, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr; 
oy we 1006 (163 ref.) 
27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the hazard for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 2. Clinical epidemiology: the conceptual 
basis for interpreting risk factors. Furberg CD, et al 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):976-8 (15 ref.) 

27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the romee._| for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 1. is of coronary disease: 

1 ic role of risk factors. Fuster V, et al. 
Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):964-76 (82 ref.) 

27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the hazard for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 6. Cost effectiveness of assessment and 
management of risk factors. Goldman L, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1020-30 a ref.) 
Effects of intraaortic balloon pumping on septal arterial blood 
flow velocity waveform during severe left main coronary 
artery stenosis [see comments] Kimura A, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):810-6. Comment in: 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):817-8. 

Three-year clinical follow-up after Palmaz-Schatz stenting. 
KI BD, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr; 
27(5):1185-91 
— interventions as a long-term treatment strategy in 

— cae of pro ve coronary artery disease. 
KG, et al. Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May; 
OST 1398-405 
Dobutamine stress echocardi hy for detection of 
enneunty astety acute to eiilions with Kawasaki disease. 
Noto N, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1251-6 
a value of heart rate adjustment of exercise-induced 
segment depression in the multiple risk factor 
intervention trial. Okin PM, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
oe 27(6):1437-43 
27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the hazard for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 3. Spectrum of risk factors for coronary 
heart disease. Pasternak RC, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
Apr;27(5):978-90 (155 ref.) 

27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the hazard for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 8. Organization of preventive 
cardiology service. Pearson TA, et al. 

J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr2%S): 1039-47 (71 ref.) 

Ongoing clinical trials of angiotensin-converting enzyme 
inhibitors for treatment of coronary artery disease in 
patients with ed left ventricular function. Pepine 
CJ. J Am Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5): 1048-52 (14 ref) 
Combined low — dipyr stress 

echocardiography myocardial viability. Picano 
E, et al. J Am Cott Cardiol 1996 May.2(6): 142- 8 
tine Randomized 





Artery Bypass er aad in Multivessel 


. Rodriguez A, 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1178-84 
Silent ST-T —— in an epidemiologic cohort study—a 
marker of by ~~ coronary heart disease, or both: 
the > j study. Sigurdsson E, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol i996 Apr;27(5):1140-7 
27th Bethesda Conference: matching the intensity of risk 
factor management with the hazard for coronary disease 
events. Task Force 7. Evaluation and t = _ 
factors for y yin individual patient (case management). S 
—, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1030-9 “G7 


) 
be dilemma of di ing coronary calcification: 
y versus intravascular ultrasound. Tuzcu EM, 
Po al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):832-8 
Prospective, randomized trial of prolonged int 
urokinase infusion for chronic total occlusions in native 
coronary arteries. Zidar FJ, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
May;27(6):1406-12 


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Blood ~ 5 tne fitness, obesity, and blood 
risk factors in adolescents. 





tavest 8 eb 1;97(3): 169-76 
laser revascularization: clinical 
with twelve-month follow-up. Cooley DA, et 
5 teen eames 791-7; discussion 

Risk factors for tive morbidity. Ferraris VA, et al. 
J Thorac Surg 1996 Apr; 
111(4):731-38;discussion 738-41 

Long-term survival benefits of coronary artery yes 
grafting and percutaneous yong -e- 1 
patients with coronary artery disease. J ry i 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May.111(5) 1013-25 

Do referral practices affect the results of coronary artery 
surgery? [editorial; comment] Loop FD. 

J Surg 1996 Apr;111(4):705-7. Comment 
on: J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr;111(4):708-16; 
discussion 716-7. 

Is referral source a risk factor for coronary surgery? Health 
maintenance organization versus fee-for-service system 
[see comments] Starr A, et al. 

J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Apr;111(4): 708-16; 
discussion 716-7. Comment in: J Thorac vasc Surg 


1996 7. :705-7. . 

Influence of usion technique and p! 

strategy during coronary artery bypass sur, cory omer] 
Taggart DP. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996. Apr; 
111(4):900-1 

Left anterior descending artery occlusion after blunt chest 
trauma. Salmi A, et al. J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):832-4 

Weight loss vs exercise to reduce coronary artery disease 

factors [letter] Civish FM. JAMA 1996 May 22-29; 
275(20): 1546-7 

WOE toons Pomat Goomhans h Saban the ay 

isk factors [letter] Greenberg J. JAMA 1996 May 22-29; 
275(20):1545-7 

Vegetable, fruit, and cereal fiber intake and risk of coronary 
heart disease among men [see comments] Rimm EB, et 
al. JAMA 1996 Feb 14; a 447-51. Comment in: JAMA 
1996 Feb 14;275(6):486- 

Very low-fat diets for ae heart-disease: perhaps, but 
which one? Siguel E, et al. JAMA 1996 May 8; 
275(18):1402-3 

Coffee consumption and coronary heart disease in women. 
A ten-year follow-up. Willett WC, et al. JAMA 1996 Feb 
14;275(6):458-62 

High fiber intake. Indicator of a healthy lifestyle [editorial; 
comment] Wynder EL, et al. JAMA 1996 Feb 14; 
275(6):486-7. Comment on: JAMA 1996 Feb 
14;275(6):447-51. 

A fat little earner [editorial; comment] Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 

347(9004):775. Comment on: Lancet 1996 Mar 
23;347(9004):78 1-6. 
Personality as independent predictor of long-term mortality 
in patients with coronary isease [see comments] 
Denollet J, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):417-21. 
Comment in: Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):414-5. 

Sheffield risk and treatment table for cholesterol lowering 
in prevention of coronary heart disease [letter] James MA. 
Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):466; discussion 468-9 

ee heparin during instability in 
coronary artery disease [letter] Jay RH Lancet 1996 May 
4;347(9010):1263 


Negative emotions and coronary heart disease: getting to the 
heart of the matter [comment] Lespérance F, et al. 
Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):414-5. Comment on: Lancet 
1996 Feb 17;347(8999):417-21. 

— risk and treatment table for cholesterol lowering 

revention of coronary heart disease 
Gl I-Prevenzione Inv [letter] Marchioli R, et 
al. Lamcet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):467-8; discussion 468-9 

Sheffield risk and treatment — for cholesterol lowering 
in prevention of omsety Same disease [letter] —— 
JL, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):468; disc’ 

468-9 

Low-molecular-weight heparin during instability in 
coronary artery disease [letter] Mikhailidis DP, et al. 
Lancet 1996 . 27;347(9009): 1191 

Coronary heart disease and vitamin E [comment] Riemersma 
RA. Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):776-7. Comment on: 
Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):781-6. 

Sheffield risk and treatment table for cholesterol lowering 
in prevention of coronary heart ] Wierzbicki 
AS, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):466-7; discussion 
468-9 

Prevention of coronary heart disease with pravastatin [letter] 
Davis DR. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1334; 
discussion 1335 

The evaluation of chest in women. Dou PS, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 May y 16.33420).1311- (55 ref.) 

Prevention of coronary heart with pravastatin [letter] 
Rogers S. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1333; 
discussion 1334-5 

Prevention of coronary heart disease with pravastatin [letter] 
Samani NJ, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16; 

334(20):1333-4; discussion 1334-5 


CORONARY VESSELS 


Hip-deusy tpspnain ateasient other risk factors 
or heart disease in female runners [see comments’ 
Williams PT. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1298- 

. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996 May 16:334(20):1325-7. 
Stroke with sensory symptoms mimicking myocardial 
ia. Gorson KC, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 


ischemia. 
46(2):548-51 
Tc-99m sestamibi cardiac SPECT i anaes during coronary 
dipyridamole 


artery occlusion in humans: comparison with 
stress studies. Borges—Neto S, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar; 


198(3):751-4 

Successful bypass grafting in a child with coronary 
artery obstruction due to Kawasaki disease. Sobczyk W, 
et al. South Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):420-1 


CORONARY THROMBOSIS 


The protective dose of the potent GPIIb/IIIa ones 
aaite ont ae ete in combination wii 

at ee ete oF pan men ee 
thrombosis. Frederick LG, et al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1; 


93(1):129-34 

A randomized trial of low osmolar ionic versus nonionic 
ey with myocardial infarction or 
unstable angina under taneous transluminal 


5 Am Coll 5 fait 1056 May ZhO.1381-6 
CORONARY paren or 
is [letter] Machiels 


Coronary artery ee 
JP, et al. Ann rin 1996 May;27(5):674-5 
Basal =~ -¥- of endothelium-derived nitric oxide at site of 
tients with variant K, et al. 
Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1444-9 
method of 


i y. Mi 
. J Am Coll Cardiol "096 Mayne 450-7 
y for coronary spasm: facts and 
wishful thinking [editorial; comment] Pepine CJ. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996  AperIGy 1162-3. Comment on: 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1156-61. 
Impaired glucose tolerance with late po mye of insulin 
during oral glucose tolerance in patients with 
meee et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
Mayeney 145 


CORONARY VESSEL ANOMALIES 

Echocardiographic diagnosis of single coronary artery in 
double-outlet right ventricle. Ewing §S, et al. 
Am J Cardiol | Mar 1;77(7):535-9 

Maze procedure and anomalous coronary artery repair. 
Kobayashi J, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 
61(3): 1008-11 

Origin of the left coronary artery from the right pulmonary 

Tanaka SA, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar; 

61(3):986-8 
Anomalous origin of the left coronary artery from the 
pulmonary artery: is reconstruction of a double coronary 


S. ef al J Thorac a Cerdiones bert 1990 Apelliceysole 3 
CORONARY VESSELS 


In vitro evaluation of coronary artery endothelial reactivity 
11 years after transplantation. Cartier R, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15; :71(10):904-6 
Transthoracic ec i 
atherosc 


lerosis. 
15;77(8):569-74 
Usefulness of on-line three-dimensional reconstruction of 
intracoronary ultrasound for guidance of stent deployment. 
Prati F, et a Am Cardiol 1996 Mar 1;77(7):455-61 
Steady-state myogenic response of rat coronary microvessels 
is preserved by isoflurane but not by h.‘othane. Park KW, 
at al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):969-74 
gma receptor activation does not mediate fentanyl-induced 
Se of muscarinic coronary contraction. Tsuchida 
H, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):982-7 
Neointimal thickening after severe coronary artery injury 
is limited by a short-term administration of a factor Xa 
inhibitor. Results in a porcine model. Schwartz RS, et al. 
Circulation 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1542-8 
Significance of perfusion of the infarct related coronary 
artery for susceptibility to ventricular tachyarrhythmias in 
patients with previous myocardial infarction. Huikuri HV, 
et al. Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):17-22 
Extent of oxidative modification of low density lipoprotein 
determines the degree of cytotoxicity to human coronary 
artery cells. Thorne SA, et al. Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):11-6 
Stents for intracoronary placement: current status and future 
directions. Eeckhout E, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 
15;27(4):757-65 (96 ref.) 
Basal release of lium-derived nitric oxide at site of 
in patients with variant angina. Egashira K, et al. 
Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1444-9 
Effects oe of intraaortic balloon pumping on septal arterial blood 
flow velocity waveform during severe left main coronary 
artery stenosis [see comments] Kimura A, et al. 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):810-6. Comment in: 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):817-8. 


detection of coronary 
Petrovic O, 4 Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 


71 





CORONARY VESSELS 


ee ees eae & eee 
Kinurs ‘BD et af 3 Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15, 


pt ae Hh! Y ‘ 
Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mayrne 1430-7 

imaging of an intravenously i 
contrast agent: 


arteries and measurement of coronary blood flow. 
ee 


seven cndegong annie 


meen id et tage J Am ee Coll 
27(4):819-24 
Dichotomous 


after 


et al. 
J Am wed aging Tu Mar 15.21(4):839-46- 
velocity changes 
Cereertdamate | —— using intravascular 


measurements 
Doppler guide A documentation of flow 


eerie Voudris V. et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
Apr;27(5):1148-55 _ 
Chronic treatment with 


interleukin-| beta induces coronary 
intimal eons and vasopesic responses > 


The role of a es 
Invest 1996 > eee 769-16 


H, et al. J 
The | arteries in discordant 
connections. Mexay 
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 Mey 1T5)968-97 


CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS 


Resistance of naive mice to murine virus strain 3 


protects against 
M, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 


; ~~ 
1;156(9):3342-9 
CORONERS AND MEDICAL 

EXAMINERS 


te fg ah in death investigation (and 
tedisocial eee gy Ae Death Investigation Affairs?) 

eek RB Auch Futhel Lab hed 1996 Ane 
Conse OS ae ref.) 
Unnatural death, AIDS, and coroners. Brahams D. 
Lancet 1996 Mar 23;347(9004):777 


CORPUS LUTEUM 
Uteroplacental and luteal circulation in normal first-trimester 


Study. Valentin {ct al Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Pet, 
174(2):768-75 
ne 2 ateet-) cn bovine inte ont Senation role 
in prostaglandin F2alpha-induced action. 
Girsh E, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 137(4):1306-12 
Se ae & Senee taannes activator 


luteum — "on 

a 137(3).3126-32 
tracellular ' secretion by the 
superoxide ston the rat corpus luteum. Sawada M, 
et al. yor 1996 Mays137(5): 1580-4 


Changes in 
edctO/SWI6 a mont, \ V-1, « during rat follicular EAN 
and corpus luteum formation. hi et al. 
Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1423- 


CORPUS STRIATUM 


Lev induced changes in s 
with 's disease 








roa Fn en Vila M, et al. Neurology 1996 Mans6(3)0029 


CORRESPONDENCE 

Revising the research record [letter] Goodman NW. 
Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):474 

My dear Paul: letters from Harvey Cushing. Harrison MB, 
et al. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):558-67 

CORTICOSTERONE 


corticosterone levels in tevdle 


aces 
96 ba May; 


DAIS 


CORTICOTROPIN 


leasi hormone-(178-199) does not 
hibit corticotropin release. Nicholson WE, et al. 


72 





De. 
rreprotny 


administered 
Visualization of - 


eee 1996 May;137(5):2171-4 
Vasopressin receptor expression and mutation — in 


tumors. Dahia et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 — a op 
stimulation on 


the synthesis 
of 19-noraldosterone in man. Takeda Y, “ot ah 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1852-5 
Inferior pom time ag dh te subjects reveals 
4 | hormone-induced 
arginine vasopressin release 


tdrenocorcowropn Kalogeras KT, etal P 
secretion. , et al. 

J Ciin Invest | May 1;97(9):2045-50 

Oxidative 


lation defect associated with pri 
. North K, ct al. J Pediatr 1996 May, 








adrenal i 
128(5 Pt 6885 


CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING 
HORMONE 
The insulin hypoglycemia-induced inhibition of 


ee ee ete 
in the rhesus. monkey: vasopressin and 
corti i aor Chea MD. etal 


Endocrinslogy 1990 May.137()2012 21° 
Cloning and c' of human urocortin. Donaldson 


CJ, et al. Endocrinology 1996 dane ms ng oo -70 
Persistent changes in corticc factor neuronal 
vation. Ladd CO, et al. 


induced by maternal der 
Farce be ae 1986 Apr;137(4): 12-8 
Hypothalamic corticotropin- “a: imple hormone suppression 


for the increase 











in psychiatric manifestations at time. ap IoT: . 
et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1912-7 
Inferior sinus one in healthy subjects reveals 

pin ag ~hormone-induced 


a corticotr 
arginine vasopressin associated with ipsilateral 
rar secretion. Mo ey KT, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1 May 1;97(9):2045-50 

COSMETICS 

Henna: a tial cause of oxidative hemolysis and neonatal 
ows. Zinkham WH, et al. Pediatrics 1996 

y;97(5):707-9 

a 


associated with face 
ome fete} Mir RN Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 





hewi pr-9(4y-871-2 


COST ALLOCATION 


Practice revenue and cost distribution for ophthalmology, 
1988 to 1993. Khadem J, et al. Arch Ophthalmol 1996 May; 
114(5):600-3 


COST OF ILLNESS 
Social and economic effects of body weight in the United 
States. Wolf AM, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 


repercussions. Song DH, et al. 
rauma 1996 May;40(5):8 10-5 


COTININE 

Passive smoking in children. Racial differences in systemic 
exposure to cotinine by hair and urine analysis. Knight JM, 
et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):446-50 


COTURNIX 


duci 3 localization, and 
function of avian galanin in the quail oviduct. Li D, et 
al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1618-26 


COUGH 


Recurrent cough in childhood and its relation to asthma. 

ight AL, et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr; 
1534 Pt 1):1259-65 

Predictive values of the character, timing, and complications 
‘Ancb bones bed 1996 Ldap Th its cause. Mello CJ, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 ;156(9):997-1003 

— and its associations with asthma, anxiety, 

reflux. Ladviksdéttir D, et al. 

Cael 1996 'y; 109(5): 1262-8 

Effect of on cough induced by 
low-chloride-ion solutions in normal subjects: comparison 
with furosemide. Foresi A, et al. 
J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May;97(5):1093-9 

COR er Ge Se cnt ee wee 
so | a Knappertz VA. Neurology 1996 May; 

):14 


COUNSELING 


Providing te! advice from the emergency department. 
American of Emergency Physicians. 
Ann Emerg 1996 May;27(5):685 

The practitioner, the patient and resistance to change: recent 
ideas on compliance. Butler C, et al. Cam Med Assoc J 
1996 May 1;154(9):1357-62 

Selecting and using the most 
growing children: guidelines 





car safety seats for 
ior counseling parents. 


American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on Injury 
and Poison Prevention. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):761-3 
Counseling and testing for HIV prevention: — 
and cost-effectiveness of more rapid screening 
Farnham PG, et al. Public Health Rep 1996. Jan-Feb 
111(1):44-53; discussion 54 


COXSACKIEVIRUS INFECTIONS 


Nitric oxide inhibits viral replication in murine myocarditis. 
Lowenstein CJ, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 
97(8):1837-43 

Coxsackievirus—associated pancreatitis mimicking metastatic 

carcinoma. Gooby Toedt DM, et al. South Med J 1996 

Apr;8%4):441-3 


COXSACKIEVIRUSES B 
Nitric oxide inhibits viral replication in murine myocarditis. 
Lowenstein CJ, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 
97(8):1837-43 
treptococcal M protein ide with similarity to myosin 
induces CD4+ T cell-dependent myocarditis i 
MRL/+-+ mice and induces partial tolerance against 
coxsakieviral myocarditis. Huber SA, et al. J Immunol 1996 
May 1;156(9):3528-34 


CRACK COCAINE 


+ wrk | aversion to crack cocaine [letter] Gawin 
, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1340-1 


CRANIAL FOSSA, POSTERIOR 

Long-term outcome after operation for trigeminal neuralgia 
in patients with posterior fossa tumors. Barker FG 2nd, 
et al. J Neurosurg 1996 May;84(5):818-25 

Penetrating trauma of the ior fossa resulti 
syndrome and internuc ophthalmoplegia. 
al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):647-9 


CRANIAL IRRADIATION 


Magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic resonance 
angiography in long term survivors of acute lymphoblastic 
leukemia treated with cranial irradiation. Laitt RD, et al. 
Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10):1846-52 


CRANIAL NERVE DISEASES 


Penetrating trauma of the posterior fossa resulti 
syndrome and internuclear ophthalmoplegia. 
al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):647-9 

Cranial nerve palsy in spontaneous dissection of the 
extracranial internal carotid . Mokri B, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):356-9 

Inflammatory trigeminal sensory 
trigeminal neurinoma. Rorick MB, et 
May;46(5):1455-7 


CRANIAL NERVE NEOPLASMS 


Malignant melanoma of the optic nerve. De Potter P, et al. 
Arch 1996 May;114(5):608-12 
chiasm [letter] Pallini R, et al. 


May;84(5):898-9 ripe 
sensory neuropathy mimicking 
Rorick MB, et al. Neurology 1996 


in Vernet's 
im HS, et 


in Vernet’ 
im HS, et 


thy mimickin 
vet al. Neurology 1996 


trigeminal neurinoma. 
May;46(5):1455-7 
CRANIAL NERVES 


More on headphone neuralgia [letter] Bustos O. 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 30;334(22):1480-1 


CRANIAL SINUSES 


Sinus skeletonization: a treatment for dural arteriovenous 
malformations of the tentorial apex. Report of two cases. 
Lucas CP, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):514-7 

Dural arteriovenous fistula of the posterior fossa developing 
after surgical occlusion of the sigmoid sinus. Report of five 

cases. Sakaki T, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):113-8 


CRANIAL SUTURES 


Studies in cranial suture biology: part II. Role of the dura 
in cranial suture fusion. Roth DA, et al. 
Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr;97(4):693-9 


CRANIOPHARYNGIOMA 


Use of bleomycin in intratumoral chemotherapy for cystic 

ae. Case report. Cavalheiro S, et al. 

J Neurosurg 1996 Jan;84(1):124-6 

Symptomatic Rathke’s cleft cysts in identical twins. Case 
po Hayashi Y, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 
84(4):710 


CRANIOSYNOSTOSES 
Primary craniosynostosis: imaging features. Benson ML, et 


al. AJR Am J 1996 Mar; 166(3):697-703 
Intensive follow-up of control subjects: is it necessary? 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





[letter] Alderman BW. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):744-5 

Lessons from a case of kleeblattschidel: addendum [letter] 

wy ae et al. Se a 

A combined frontoorbital occipital advancement 

Rn many Reyne er F . Pollack 

Pe et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Mar;84(3):424-9 

Agua Sa a between strabismus 
in patients plagiocephaly. 

pod may et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(5):881-91 


CRANIOTOMY 
The arterial to end-tidal carbon dioxide difference in 


neurosurgical patien ber, craniotomy [letter] Lobo D. 
Anesth Analg 1096" May.82¢ ):1113 
tracranial 


> structures endoscopically = 
minimal craniotomies. Tutino M. Plast Reconstr Surg | 
Apr;97(5):1027-33 


CREATINE 


Early prediction of pre-eclampsia by measurement of 
kallikrein and creatinine on a n> wee urine sample [see 
comments] Millar JG, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
May;103(5):421-6. Comment in: Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 
May; 103(5):xxii. 


CREATINE KINASE 

Creatine kinase and creatine kinase-MB release after 
nontraumatic cardiac arrest. Miillner M, et al. 

Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):581-5 

Creatine kinase elevation associated with 5-fluorouracil and 
levamisole therapy for carcinoma of the colon. A case 
report. Cersosimo RJ, eS eee 
Energy metabolism and regeneration in transgenic mouse 
liver expressing creatine kinase after ma: me soloiiee te 
Satoh S, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1166- 


CREATINE KINASE ISOENZYMES 


Creatine kinase and creatine kinase-MB release after 
nontraumatic cardiac arrest. Miiliner M, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;77(8):581-5 


CREATININE 


Elevated nitric oxide production in \ soemiels arthritis. 
Detection using the fasting urinary :creatinine ratio. 
Grabowski PS, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr.39(4).643-7 

Use of the protein/creatinine ratio of a single voided urine 
specimen in the evaluation of ted y-induced 


suspec 
h Young RA, et al. J Fam i996 Apr; 
rire 


CREATIVENESS 


Accessing intuition through imagery for stress management, 
creative problem solving, and diagnosis urk DL 
Jr. AIR Am J Roentgen 1996 May;166(5):1231-2 


CREDENTIALING 


Physician credentialing and delineation of clinical privi 
in emergency medicine. American Co! of Emergency 


WW. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1543-4 
Fellow of the American Dietetic Association credentialing 
: development and —. of a 
ey gp ae et 
Am Diet Assoc 1996 May;96(5):513-7 


CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB SYNDROME 


Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform 

ly. Study so far provides no evidence for 
maternal and horizontal transmission [letter] [see 
Baker HF, et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 30; 


jes ony minee 3. 

Bovine mame coonpiainante [corrected ] 
Creu ; comment] Brown P. 
BMJ 1996 Mar 10312070 ):790-1. Comment on: BMJ 
1996 Mar 30;312(7034):791-3. Comment on: BMJ 1996 Mar 
30;312(7034):795. Comment on: BMJ 1996 Mar 
30;312(7034):843. 
E linked to new variant of CJD in humans [news] [see 
comments} Diliner L. BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034): 95. 
Comment in: BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):790-1. Comment 
in: BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):79 1-3. 

Trial ins into victims of CJD 

38): 1057 


Dyer C. BMJ 1996 Apr 27;31 
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform 
y. Scientists = ——- —— 


encephalopath anxieties 
must share oeiy fn [letter] 
Fitzpatrick M Apr 20531200875 1037 1037 


Bovine Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease? -— ; comment] Gore 
ose BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):791-3. Comment on: BMJ 
1996 Mar 30;312(7034):790-1. Comment on: BMJ 1996 Mar 


[news] 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


30;312(7034):795. 1996 Mar 
30,312(7034):843. 

=a disease and bovine spongiform 
.. but members of the public make up their 


Comment on: BMJ 


Creutzfeldt-Jakob 


y and 

communicate of risk... flentor] Heerinon J. BMJ 1996 
Apr 20;312(7037):1037-8 

en disease and bovine oe 
Mc , et "a. BMJ 1996 Apr B31 2CrOSTP IC 103: 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform 
encephalopathy. Risk to human 
[letter] Neilson S. — 1996 Apr 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine 
encephalopathy. Advisory committee's conclusion was 
based on “absence of any credible alternative" [letter] 
Wickham A. BMJ 1996 A 6 Ape 20531 20;312(7037):1038 

Potential transmission medicinal products 
[editorial] Wickham EA. BMJ 1996 Apr 20; 
312(7037):988-9 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and bovine spongiform 
encephalopathy. Magnetic resonance is not a 
sensitive test for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease ] Zeidler 
M, et al. BMJ 1996 Mar te 

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. World 
Health Organization Consulation on ic health issues 
related to bovine y and the 
emergence of a new variant ¢ of Creutefeldt Jakob disease. 
JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1305-6 

New variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in a 26-year-old 
French man [letter] Chazot G, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 27; 
347(9009):1181 

Pooled plasma derivatives and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 
[letter] Créange A, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):482 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease ] Deslys JP, et al. Lancet 
1996 May 11;347(9011):1332 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease ] Diringer H. Lancet 1996 
May 11; (eo egoe -3 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease ] Foncin JF. Lancet 1996 
May 11; “3470901 1): 1332 

Advice raises concern over safety of British beef [news] 

——— Lancet 1996 Mar 30-;347(9005):889 

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease [letter] Taylor DM. Lancet 1996 
May 11; ;347(901 1): 1333 

Fatal insomnia in a case of familial Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 
with the codon 200(Lys) mutation. J, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar46(3): 758-61 

Experimental transmission of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and 

related diseases to rodents. Tateishi J, et al. Neurology 1996 

Feb;46(2):532-7 

Risk factors for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: a reanalysis of 
case-control studies. Wientjens DP, et al. Neurology 1996 
May;46(5):1287-91 (28 ref.) 


CRICOID CARTILAGE 
Acute laryngeal obstruction in 
Bossingham 


rheumatoid arthritis. 

DH, et al. BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):295-6 

Difficult diagnosis ter? 6 ey blunt trauma. Cozzi S, et al. 
y;40( 


is remote 
3 12(7037):1038-9 
spongiform 


J Trauma 1996 May; 845-6 


CRIME 

Monitoring vendor compliance Rony Bove ~~ a. ory 
payment vs no payment L 
et al. Amd Pele Hooke 1996 B 996 May;86(5):750-1 

Police investigate suspicious hospital deaths [news] Dyer O. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):930 

Health services must develop services to reduce crime and 


violence [letter] Middleton JD, et al. BMJ 1996 May 4; 
312(7039):1156-7 


CRISIS INTERVENTION 


Medicine and the arts [comment] Dittrich L. Acad Med 1996 
Mar;71(3):256. Comment on: Acad Med 1996 
Mar;71(3):257. 


CRITICAL CARE 


Acute care costs of the oldest old: they cost less, their care 
ee Oe ee ae ae el itals. Perlis 
TT, et al. Arch Intern 1996 Apr 8;156(7):754-60 

Fundamental critical care su support: another merit badge or 
more? [editorial] Dellinger RP. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr; 
24(4):556-7 

Teaching critical care in Europe: analysis of a survey. 
Garcia-Barbero M, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr; 
24(4):696-704 


een transfers: decision-making in critical care areas. 
, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;24(4):618-22 
Clinical” " molecular and critical care 
[editorial; commen poe Zehnbauer BA, et al. 
Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):373-5. Comment on: Crit 
Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):381-4. 


CRITICAL ILLNESS 


Total vitamin C, ascorbic acid, and dehydroascorbic acid 
concentrations in plasma of critically ill patients. Schorah 


CROMOLYN SODIUM 


CJ, et al. Aan, 5 Cin Bite 1905, eeneeae 
Choices of seriously ill patients about 
resuscitation: correlates and outcomes. 
Investigators. Study to Understand Prognoses = 
Preferences for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments 


comments RS, et al. Am J Med 1996 
OO Iae 37 Comets in: Am J Med 
Feb; 100(2):126-7. 


1996 


with bronchoscopic 
guidance in critically ill patients. Fernandez L, et al. 
Arch Surg 1996 Feb;131(2):129-32 

Pharmacodynamics and i 


of milri 

to increase oxygen delivery in critically ill 
patients. 1 RC, et “2 Chest 1996 May; 
109(5):1291-301 


Influence of different volume therapies and pentoxifylline 
ee oS ee adhesion molecules in 
ts. Boldt J, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 


critically ill 
Mar;24(3):385-91 (39 ref.) 


et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;24(4):575-83 
oxygen delivery in critically ill patients: a 
of the evidence. Heyland DK, et 
al. Crit Care 1996 Mar;24(3):517-24 (42 ~4 
Thyrotropin-releasing hormone in critical illness: 


serum triiodoth 
concentrations. 
Crit Care Med 1996 Apr.24( ):590-5 
Acute hemodynamic and neurohoromonal effects of 
furosemide in critically ill a 
oft th Gat Care Med 1 -Mar;24(3):398-402 

ity of illness severity for prediction of prolonged 
surgical critical care Berie PS. ct ot J Trauma 1996 Apr; 
40(4):5 13-8; discussion mie 


and een aati oe 
network 


oe algorithm. 
Dytowsli R. et al. Lancet 1996 Aor 2 347(9009):1 146-50 
Acute type II myofiber atrophy in critical illness [see 
comments] Gutmann L, et al. Neurology 1996 
46(3):819-21. ‘oe in: Neurology 1996 


editorial; comment] Ruff RL. 
3)-600-1. Comment on: agg 
1996 Mar:46(3):731-6. Comment on: Neurology | 
Mar;46(3):819-21. 


CRITICAL PATHWAYS 


ot aan 
a er oe after radical 


y- May, 





, 


CROHN DISEASE 


E analysis of Crohn disease in J increased 

“leeny ince of ne ¥ polyunsaturated fatty acids and animal 
relates to the increased incidence of Crohn disease 

in J Shoda R, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May; 
63(5): 741-5 

Extramedullary plasmacytoma mimicking primary colonic 

carcinoma in a patient ee Case report 
and literature review. Ligato S, et 
Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Mar; 12003): 279-82 (32 ref.) 

Intestinal permeability changes in response to acetylsalicylic 
acid in —— of patients with Crohn's disease. Hilsden 
RJ, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 May;110(5):1395-403 
Mesalamine in Crohn's disease with steroid-induced 
remission: effect on —_ withdrawal and — 
maintenance, G d Etudes itiques 
Affections | Re = Di es. Modiglien! R, et al. 

1996 Mar;110(3):688-93 

Tumor necrosis factor microsatellites define a Crohn’ 
disease—associated ree chromosome 6. Plevy SE, 
et al. Sl 1053-60 

_CD4+CD45RO+ phenotype and defective 


Apr;110(4):1008-19 

Treatment of Crohn's disease [letter] Greenfield S. Lancet 
1996 May 4;347(9010):1266-7 

Ileal pouch/anal anastomosis for Crohn's disease. Panis Y, 
et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):854-7 

Preliminary evidence for genetic anticipation in Crohn's 

disease. Polito JM 2d, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):798-800 

Effect of an enteric-coated fish-oil preparation on relapses 
in Crohn's disease [see ——e Belluzzi A, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1557-60. Comment in: 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1599-1600. 

— Crohn $ disease quiet [editorial; comment] Hodgson 

Engl J Med 1 Jun 13; ;334(24): 1599-1600. 
Comment on: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1557-60. 


CROMOLYN ne 


Anti-inflammatory _ ther. 
bronchiolitis. Reijonen et al. 
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med “1996 May; 150(5):512-7 


reduces wheezing after 





CROPS, AGRICULTURAL 


CROPS, AGRICULTURAL 


Are tobacco subsidies a 


misuse of funds? Joossens L, 
et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(70 


):832-5 


CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON 


Body measurements, bone mass, and fractures. Does the East 
differ from the West? Ho SC. Clin Orthop 1996 Feb; 


(323):75-80 
Similarities and 


thletic knee injuries. 
Asian and Western experience. Maffulli N. 
Clin Orthop 1996 Feb;(323):98-105 (90 ref.) 


N, et al. 


A 





with use of a — specimen brush. P, et al. 
Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1292-8 
i i ] Asbel LE, et al. 
1 y 15;124(10):929; discussion 
929-30 er oe 
Ann Intern Med 1996 15; 13a 10)-929. “nnin 
929-30 
Emerging and reemerging microbial threats. Nosocomial 
IDIOT Or VJ, et al. Arch Surg 1996 Mar; 
scl incotine oy and residential and 
F incontinence in n 
pape eer Wall PG, et al. mM) 1998 
IE 78 
decontamination of = digestive tract in multiple 
study. Quinio B, et al. Chest 1996 Mar. 
10%(3):765-72 
Ochrobactrum 


anthropi 


Feb 10; 
Selective 
trauma 


transplant recipien' 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):6 
From the Centers for Disease 
Outbreaks of hepatitis B virus infection among hemodialysis 
patients--California, Nebraska, and Texas, 1994. JAMA 
1996 May 8;275(18):1394-5 


CROUP 


eae eeneaeee co ctietine on sateen’ afvenstine 
in moderately Fitzgerald D, et al. 
Pediatrics 1996 May: May; 913). 22- 5 


CRYOGLOBULINEMIA 


Cry : a reversible cause of dilated 
cardiomyopathy. Culclasure TF, et al. Am Heart J 1996 
May;131(5):1044-6 

Treatment of recalcitrant leg ulcers in cryoglobulinemia 
I and Il with McGovern TW, et al. 

ay; 1323) 498-500 
A case of primary Sjégren'’s syndrome, complicated by 


cryoglobulinaemic glomerulonephritis, and 
effusions, Susuki Hi. ct al. Br’J Wheumatel 


1996 

an;35(1):72-5 

Familial of primary cryofibrinogenaemia, a report 
of three cases ] Wulffraat N, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):102-4 

Treatment of 
alpha-interferon 
Feb;46(2):588-9 


types 


neuropathy 
] Ghini M, ea Neaetagy 1996 


CRYOGLOBULINS 


presence of primary cryofibrinogenaemia, a report 
of three cases [letter] Wulffraat N, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):102-4 


CRYOPRESERVATION 


Frozen embryos to be stored for longer [news] Martell G. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 27;312(7038):1059 

Long-term cryopreservation can prevent rejection of canine 
tracheal allografts with preservation graft viability. 
Yokomise H, et al. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May; 
111(5):930-4 

Transplantation of cryopreserved cultured 
al . Madden MR, et al. J Trauma | 
40(5):743-50 


CRYOSURGERY 


CT for = cryotherapy. Saliken JC, et al. 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):853-5 

Cryosur; and yllum in combination for 
condy [letter] McDow RA. Am Fam Physician 1996 
May 1;53(6):1987-8, 1993 


Cryotherapy treatment of patients with hepatic metastases 
from neuroendocrine tumors. Cozzi PJ, et al. Cancer 1995 
Aug 1;76(3):501-9 

Percutaneous, transperineal a gem | of the prostate as 
salvage therapy for radiation recurrence of 
adenocarcinoma. Miller RJ Jr, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
77(8):1510-4 

Cryosurgical ry of 


May; 


the prostate for localized 
adenocarcinoma: liminary experience [see comments] 
Wake RW, et al. ; Urol 1996 May;155(5):1663-6. Comment 


74 


in: J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1678-80. 
Prostate carcinoma: MR imaging findings after cryosurgery 
Kalbhen CL, et al. Radiology. 1996 Mar; 198(3):807-11 


CRYOULTRAMICROTOMY 


Hands go cold in the laboratory [news] Sharp D. Lancet 
1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1174 


CRYPTOCOCCOSIS 


infection and AIDS. Report of 12 
cases and review of the literature. Murakawa GJ, et al. 
Arch Dermatol 1996 May;132(5):545-8 (36 ref.) 

Urokinase is required for the pul: inflammatory 
to Cryptococcus neoformans. A murine transgenic 
model. G MR, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15; 
97(8):1818-26 
Identification 


by random amplification of polymorphic DNA 
of a common molecular type of Cryptococcus neoformans 
var. neoformans in patients with AIDS or other 
immunosu ive conditions. Chen SC, et al. 

J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):754-8 


CRYPTOCOCCUS NEOFORMANS 


Dong ZM, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Feb 1;97(3):689-98 
idati illing of Cryptococcus neoformans by human 
vidence that fungal mannitol protects by 
" reactive oxygen intermediates. Chaturvedi V, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3836-40 
Identification by random ——— of polymorphic DNA 
of a common molecular type of Cryptococcus neoformans 
a. ae in patients with AIDS or other 
ive conditions. Chen SC, et al. 
3 In Infect I 1996 Mar;173(3):754-8 
Treatment of experimental cryptococcal itis with 
fluconazole: a EK of dose and addition of veytosin on 
er AT orine a Kartalija M, et 
J Infect Dis 1996 PIg8¢ Mayst? 5): 1216-21 
m4 murine macrophage-like cell — with 
Cryptococcus neoformans in the presence and absence of 
jee S, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 


——- Mukher 
17%5):1222-31 


CRYPTORCHIDISM 


Congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens and 
c chidism without cystic fibrosis. Kim JH, et al. 
J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2060 


CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS 


Prospective trial of | wrw for cryptosporidiosis 
AIDS. Flanigan , et al. Am J Med 1996 
100(3):370-2 


CRYSTALLINS 


Distinctive immunohistochemical profiles of small heat shock 

(heat shock protein 27 cor alpha B-crystallin) in 

uman brain tumors. Hitotsumatsu T, et al. Cancer 1996 
Jan 15;77(2):352-61 


CRYSTALLIZATION 


— transform infrared microscopy identification of 

rystal deposits in tissues: clinical importance in various 

petholagion Estepa-Maurice L, et al. Am J Clin Pathol 
1996 May. 105(5). 576-82 


CULICIDAE 


The midgut bacterial flora of wild Aedes triseriatus, Culex 
pipiens, and Psorophora columbiae mosquitoes. Demaio J, 
et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Feb;54(2):219-23 

Vector competence of Egyptian mosquitoes for Rift Valley 
fever virus. Turell MI. et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 
Feb;54(2):136-9 


CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 


oney of new mothers looks at nee = and cultural barriers 
immigrant women. Will 
Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 15.15 134(10}: 1563-4 


Mar. 


CULTURAL DIVERSITY 


Treating patients from other cultures. Orr RD. 
Am Fam Physician 1996 May 1;53(6):2004-6 (22 ref.) 
Preventive health care in a multicultural society: are we 
culturally competent? [editorial] Walker PF. 
Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):519-21 


CULTURE 


Crossing the cultural doctor-patient barrier. Greengold NL, 
et al. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):112-4 

Cultural competence: essential measurements of quality for 
managed care organizations [editorial] Lavizzo—-Mourey R, 

et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 15;124(10):919-21 


Ethnicity, race, and culture: guidelines for research, audit, 

and lication [see comments] BMJ 1996 Apr 27; 

312(7038): 1094. Communes in: BMJ 1996 Apr 
27;312(7038):1054. 

Describing race, ethnicity, and culture in medical research 
[editorial; comment] McKenzi K, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 
27;312(7038):1054. Comment on: BMJ 
27;312(7038):1080-2. Comment on: BMJ 
27;312(7038): 1094. 


’ Avoiding premature coronary deaths in Asians in Britain. 


Cultural factors are important [letter] Patel S. BMJ 1996 
Feb 10;312(7027):375 

Challenges to improving maternal health in rural Nepal. 
Thapa S. Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010):1244-6 


CULTURE MEDIA 


Mechanical stress eliminates the effects of plasma from 
patients with jpsia on endothelial cells. Baker PN, 
et al. Am J Saeect G, Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):730-6 

Preeclampsia: the effects of serum on endothelial cell 
prostacyclin, endothelin, and cell membrane integrity. 
Zammit VC, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):737-43 


CULTURE MEDIA, CONDITIONED 


Mononuclear cell conditioned medium enhances bronchial 
epithelial cell migration but inhibits attachment to 
fibronectin. Ito H, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1996 May; 
127(5):494-503 


CURETTAGE 


Curettage: an alternative to 
removal [letter] Siegel RJ RU. Plast 
97(4):870-1 


CURRICULUM 


The effect of a medical school’s admission and curriculum 
policies on increasing the number of physicians in primary 
care specialties. Barnhart J, et al. Acad Med 1996 Mar; 
71(3):293-5 

Ratings of students’ performances in a third-year internal 
medicine clerkship: a comparison between problem-based 
and lecture-based curricula. Richards BF, et al. 

Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):187-9 

What the educator thinks the ideal medical curriculum should 
be. 1945 [classical article] Sanger WT, et al. Acad Med 
1996 Mar;71(3):220 

a - for developing integrated curricula [letter] Taylor 

Acad Med 1906 eb; 71(2)-105 

Psychometric test results fondo with high achievement 
in basic science components of a medical curriculum. 
Tutton PJ. Acad Med 1996 Feb;71(2):181-6 

A curriculum on physician-patient sexual misconduct and 
teacher-learner mistreatment. Part 2: Teaching method. 
Robinson GE, et al. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 1; 
154(7):1021-5 

Training the gastroenterologist of the future: the 
Ss core curriculum. The Gastroenterology 

i Council. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 
110(4): 1266-300 

Health care policy education in medical school [letter] Martin 

G, et al. TAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1375 


lectomy after breast implant 
Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 


CUSHING’S SYNDROME 


The effect of Cushing s disease on bone mineral density, body 
composition, growth, and puberty: a report of an identical 
adolescent twin pair. Leong GM, et al. 

J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May, 81(5):1905-11 


CYANIDES 


Plasma lactate and blood cyanide in acute cyanide poloeie. 
Conf factors should have been considered 
Cook TM. BMJ 1996 Apr 20.312(7037). 1039 


CYCLIC AMP 


1,25(0H)2D3 and cAMP synergistically induce complement 
Sa receptor messenger RNA. Rubin J, et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 Feb;311(2):73-9 

Pentobarbital enhances cyclic adenosine monophosphate 
ee Dee ee ee eo 
Gonzales JM, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May;84(5):1148-55 

Cell differentiation and endogenous cyclic adenosine 
3'5 -monophosphate Ee Re ge expression in 
human t trophoblasts. Daiter E, et al. Endocrinology 1996 

May;137(5):1785-90 


Induction of chinook salmon growth hormone promoter 
activity by the adenosine 3',5 -monophosphate 
(cAMP)-dependent pathway involves two 
cAMP-response elements with the CGTCA motif and the 
pituitary-specific transcription factor Pit-1. Wong AO, et 
al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1775-84 

Nitric oxide synthase (NOS3) and contractile responsiveness 
to adrenergic and cholinergic agonists in the heart. 
Regulation of NOS3 transcription in vitro and in vivo by 
cyclic adenosine monophosphate in rat cardiac myocytes. 
Belhassen L, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1908-15 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





renal 
and ATI 
production in 


HM, et al. 
8-82. Comment in: J 


The subtype-2 (AT2) erate receptor 
cyclic guanosine ’ 
—mediated 


conscious rats [see comments] 
J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15-978) 
Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1787. 


CYCLIC AMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN 
KINASES 


~ of protein kinase hepatocyte DNA 
ynthesis. Komik DL ct al. ‘Dig Dis Sci 1996 May. 
4165): 1014-21 


1996 Apr; 137(4): 1275-85 
Constitutively active G(S) alpha-subunits stimulate Pit-1 
activity via a kinase A-mediated pathway 
acting th deoxyribonucleic acid binding sites both 
for Pit-1 for adenosine 3',5‘- A te ye gee response 


lemen’ 
F Sodecriacieay 1986 Apest 4) 12 3137(4): 786-91 


CYCLIC GMP 
fe of hydralazine. 
Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Jan;10 


et al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1932-7 
Modulation of basal nitric o it cyclic~GMP 
eae by ambient glucose, myo-inositol, = —_ 
inase C in SH-SYSY human neuroblastoma ce 
H, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb ORTIGAS. 


3’,5’-CYCLIC-GMP 
PHOSPHODIESTERASE 


Inhibition of platelet a by ae 1, 2 novel inhibitor 
of cGMP. tro and in vivo. 
Yu SM, et al. Blond 1 May 1.8309): 3758-67 


CYCLINS 


Expression of retinoblastoma gene product - in mantle 
cell lymphomas. Correlation with cyclin 
(PRADI/CCND1) mRNA levels and proliferative 
activity. Jares P, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May; 
148(5):1591-600 
Prognostic significance of p53 and ras p21 expression in 
nonsmall cell lung cancer. Fujino M, et al. Cancer 1995 

Dec 15;76(12):2457-63 


i SF, et al. 


terine endometrioid 
Cancer 1996 1996 Jan 15;77(2):321-9 
Human cyclin D1 oncogene and 


sqi 
1995 Aug 15; 


and accelerates 
i e I —1. in 


carcinoma. Nakagawa H, et al. 
—w 


—_ induces G1 cyclin ex 
after insulin-like 
-5 cells. Yamamoto 
, May;137(5):2036-42 





Pp of cyclin D1 is an id event in 

multistage colorectal carcinogenesis. Arber N, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Mar;110(3):669-74 

Cyclin D1/PRADI expression in parathyroid adenomas: an 

study. Hsi ED, et al. 

J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1096 May:81(3) 1736-9 


CYCLODEXTRINS 


The effect of a cyclodextrin vehicle on the cardiovascular 
of fol in rats. Bielen SJ, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5):920-4 


CYCLOHEXANECARBOXYLIC ACIDS 


pn npc ay ny el 
+ when exposed to 

wenshydtophthalic’ atk . Grammer LC, et al. 

J Lab Clin Med 1996 May; 127(5):443- 7 


CYCLOHEXANOLS 

Venlafaxine for the treatment of chronic pain [letter] Songer 
DA, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Man1s305) 737 

CYCLOOXYGENASE INHIBITORS 


Acute and chronic cyclooxygenase blockage in 
influence in nitric oxide 





ynthesis. 
May. 10(5):1529-35 
inhibition of naloxone-induced luteinizing hormone 
secretion in man. Conte D, et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1772-5 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


CYSTIC FIBROSIS TRANSMEMBRANE CONDUCTANCE REGULATOR 


CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE 


Phase I/II study of PIXY321 
cyc’ and 
ovarian cancer. Runowicz CD, 
a Gynecol 1996 ‘Apr.174(4): 1151-9; discussion 


CYCLOSERINE 


d-Cycloserine enhances implicit memory in Alzheimer 
Seceno-4 Schwartz BL, et al. Neurology 1996 Feb; 


cy CLOSPORINE 
I study of topical > i ne in 


vernal ovens unctivitis.  # a. AM, 
Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):156-61 

Aerosolized cyclosporine in lung recipients with refractory 
chronic rejection. Iacono AT, et al. 
Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1451-5 

In vivo inhibition of cytokine responsiveness and 
graft-versus—host disease mortality by rapamycin leads to 
a clinical-pathological syndrome discrete from that 
observed with cyclosporin A. Blazar BR, et al. Blood 1996 
May 1;87(9):4001-9 

- treatment of anti flewter} antibody-positive 

ositis with cyclosporine [letter] Tellus M , et al. 

Br J y Rheumatol 1995 Dec;34(12):1187-8 

effects of cyclosporin A on bone turnover and on resorption 

of demineralized bone matrix. Ekelund AL, et al. 

Clin Orthop 1996 May;(326):127-34 

Cyclosporine in severe interstitial cystitis. Forsell T, et al. 
J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1591-3 


CYSTADENOCARCINOMA, 
PAPILLARY 


Papillary me a ——— of the peritoneum in women. A 
rye xchemical study. Zhou 
or’ 1995 Aug 1;76(3):429-36 


CYSTADENOCARCINOMA, SEROUS 


Expression of alpha 6 and beta 4 integrins in serous ovarian 
carcinoma correlates with expression of the basement 
membrane protein laminin. Skubitz AP, et al. 

Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1445-61 


CYSTADENOMA, MUCINOUS 


Ex of mucin carbohydrate antigens (T, Tn and sialyl 
n) and MUC-1_ gene — in intraductal 
papillary-mucinous lasm of the pancreas. Terada T, 
et al. Am J Clin 1996 May,165(5):613- 20 
Multiple primary neoplasms. arian carcinoid tumor, 
mucinous cystadenoma of low malignant potential tumor 
of left ovary, and adenocarcinoma of the colon. Capaldo 
GR, et al. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1996 Apr;120(4):393-6 


CYSTECTOMY 


Radical cystectomy for high risk patients with superficial 
bladder cancer in the era of orthotopic urinary 
reconstruction. Freeman JA, et al. Cancer 1995 Sep I. S 
76(5):833-9 

Influence of patient age and co-morbidity on outcome of 
a collaborative care pathway after radical prostatectomy 
and c ~ yee Koch MO, et al. J Urol 1996 May; 
155(5):1 


Five-year ine of a prospective trial of radical 
cystectomy and neoadjuvant chemotherapy: Nordic 
Cystectomy Trial I. The Nordic Cooperative Bladder 
Cancer Study Group [see comments] Malmstrém PU, et 
al. J Urol 1996 _ 155(6): 1903-6. Comment in: J Urol 1996 
Jun; 155(6):1910- 

Reassessment of - ee management for stage T1 NOMO 
transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder [see comments] 
yg GK, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1907-9. Comment 

in: J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):1910-1. 


CY; STEINE PROTEINASES 


Cysteine and serine proteases in gastric cancer. Plebani M, 

et al. Cancer 1995 a 1;76(3):367-75 

The acidosis of chronic renal failure activates muscle 
proteolysis in rats by augmenting transcription of genes 
encoding poctcine of the ATP jent 

pathway. Bailey JL, et 
J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15,91(6):1447-53 

Effect of age and food restriction on alkaline protease activity 
in rat liver. Shibatani T, et al. 

A Biol Sci Med Sci 1996 Mar;51(2):B175-8 


CYSTIC ADENOMATOID 
MALFORMATION OF LUNG, 
CONGENITAL 


Coe cystic adenomatoid malformation of the lung 
erred as ‘airway foreign body’. MacDonald MR, et al. 
Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar;122(3):333-7 


in combination with 
in in the treatment of 











CYSTIC FIBROSIS 


Effect of linoleic acid intake on growth of infants with cystic 
fibrosis. van Egmond AW, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May; 
63(5):746-52 

Long-term oral vitamin E su tation in — fibrosis 
patients: RRR-alpha-tocop 1 compared with 


a ter a ey iy acetate 
bw M, et al. Am J Nutr 1996 May; 
63(5):722-8 

Response to a single oral dose of all-rac-alpha-tocophery] 
acetate in patients with cystic fibrosis and in healthy 
individuals. Winklhofer-Roob BM, et al. 
Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):717-21 

Effectiveness of bronchodilators in cystic fibrosis. Cropp GJ. 
Am J Med 1996 Jan 29;100(1A):19S-29S (38 ref.) 

— sc for reproductive planning: methodological 

and conceptual issues in policy analysis. Asch DA, et al. 

Am J Public Health 1996 May;86(5):684-90 

Tidal breathing analysis as a measure of airway obstruction 
in children three on of age and older. van der Ent + 
et al. Am J Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 
1):1253-8 

Benign intracranial hypertension in infants with cystic 
on Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 
May;150(5):551 
SS ee baa Powers CA, et al. 

Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May; 150(5):554-5 

eure effectiveness of antenatal screening for cystic fibrosis. 
Realistic cost must be established for genetic counselling 
in two step screening [letter] Brock DJ. BMJ 1996 Apr 
6;312(7035):908; discussion 910 

Cost effectiveness of antenatal screening for cystic fibrosis. 
Couple screening would be easier for many centres [letter] 
Doherty RA, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):909; 
discussion 910 

Cost effectiveness of antenatal screening for cystic fibrosis. 
Counselors do not have to be ic nurse specialists 

pat Kent P. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):908; discussion 

1 


Cost effectiveness of antenatal screening for cystic fibrosis. 

Couple screening should be preferred for medical reasons 
[letter] Morris J. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):908-9; 
discussion 910 

Cost effectiveness of antenatal screening for cystic fibrosis. 
Authors should have used marginal analysis [letter] 
J ey DJ. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):909; discussion 
91 

Cost effectiveness of antenatal screening for cystic fibrosis. 
Study might be better described as a cost description of 
screening [letter] Walters S. BMJ 1996 Apr 6; 
312(7035):909-10 

Lung transplantation for cystic fibrosis: ial 
considerations. Kotloff RM, et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 
109(3):787-98 (74 ref.) 

Survey of cystic ey transmembrane conductance 
regulator genotypes in primary sclerosing cholangitis. 
McGill JM, et al. Dig "Dis Sci 1996 Mar:41(3): 540-2 

Plasma immunoreactive cationic trypsin(ogen) pattern in 
reserpinized rat model of cystic fibrosis. Resemblance to 
humans. Weizman Z. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May;41(5):853-8 

Repeat administration of an adenovirus vector encoding 
cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator to the 
nasal epithelium of patients with cystic fibrosis. Zabner J, 
et al. 3 Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1504-11 

Hypotonic dehydration in cystic fibrosis: mild or severe 
disease phenotype? [letter] Bianchetti MG, et al. 

J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):723 

Ultrasound measurement of gastric emptying time in patients 
with cystic fibrosis and effect of ranitidine on delayed 
gastric emptying. Cucchiara S, et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr; 
128(4):485-8 

Mild CF phenotype associated with T3381 missense mutation 
[letter] Padoan R, et al. J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 
1):721-2 

Congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens and 
cryptorchidism without cystic fibrosis. Kim JH, et al. 

J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2060 

Urolithiasis and cystic fibrosis. Matthews LA, et al. 
J Urol 1996 May;155(5):1563-4 

Cystic fibrosis: MR assessment of pancreatic damage. 
Ferrozzi F, et al. Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):875-9 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS 
TRANSMEMBRANE CONDUCTANCE 
REGULATOR 

Survey of cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance 
regulator genotypes in primary sclerosing cholangitis. 
McGill JM, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3):540-2 

CFTR: what will it do next? Fitz G. Gastroenterology 1996 
May; 1 10(5):1667-9 

Repeat administration of an adenovirus vector encoding 
pane fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator to the 

ithelium of patients with cystic fibrosis. Zabner J, 
et al. oral. 9 Cus Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1504-11 

Mild CF phenotype associated with T3381 missense mutation 
[letter] Padoan R, et al. J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 
1):721-2 

Urogenital anomalies in men with congenital absence of the 

vas deferens. Schlegel PN, et al. J Urol 1996 May; 


75 





CYSTIC FIBROSIS TRANSMEMBRANE CONDUCTANCE REGULATOR 


155(5):1644-8 


CYSTICERCOSIS 
cade Gemie AR a & Am And ‘trey Mod Hi 
1996 54(4):391-4 

c :a 
neice tie cipal 


An 12-year-old. Singh UK, et al. Lancet 1996 Apr 
27,34 21158 


CYSTITIS 
inoculation conditions for the mouse model of 
urinary tract infection that avoid immediate 
vesicoureteral reflux yet produce renal and bladder 
infection. Johnson JR, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar; 
173(3):746-9 


Trop baad Fine 


Decreased urine glycosaminoglycan excretion in cats with 
interstitial cenit Dangtes CA. ct al 3 Urel 1996 May, 
155(5):1801-4 


yclosporine in severe interstitial cystitis. Forsell T, et al. 
J Urol 1996 May. 155(3)-1591- -3 


CYSTS 
Peroneal nerve ganglion cyst. Spillane RM, et 
AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):682 
Human immunodeficiency virus og — 
cysts in a six-year-old child. oa ey 
ee 42-4 
Oihan Tooree Sore a a. Sim EK, et 
Ann 1996 ee 
mp —— 
et 


mucoid cyst 
(pseudocyst). K, Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb; 
132(2):225, 228 


ow Og ean Moyle H, et al. Arch Surg 


Sei 1996 Mar; 


tions, leukodystrophy, and formation 
ymal cysts: a new progressive disorder due to 
cerebral mer wae Labrune P, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1297-301 
and saccular cysts. Sniezek JC, et al. 
Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):427-30 


CYTIDINE DIPHOSPHATE CHOLINE 


Citicoline improves verbal memory in aging. Spiers PA, et 
al. Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):441-8 


CYTOCHROME-C OXIDASE 

Tea tel oes, 
MC, et al. J eoed 1996 May 1:156(9):3301-7 am 

CYTOCHROME P-450 


Newer ts and the cytochrome P450 system. 
et Pa Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar; 


Nemeroff 
153(3):311- nt aon ref.) 
Identification of P450 3A1/2 as the major P450 
for the metabolism of fentanyl by rat 
liver microsomes. Feierman DE. Anesth Analg 1996 May; 
tee 
The CYP2D6 genotype predicts the oral clearance of the 
and zuc’ thixol. 
Ther 1996 Apr;59(4):423-8 
lerosis [letter] P. 
1996 Apr;59(4):484 
enhances the effects of triazolam by inhibiting its 
metabolism. Varhe A, et al. al. Clim Pharmacol Ther 1996 Spr. 
5%(4):369-75 
Growth hormone treatment increases cytochrome 
P450-mediated antipyrine clearance in man. 
et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 nes 


gene ing 
po Nagai Y, et al. Neurology 


1996 Feb;46(2):571 


CYTODIAGNOSIS 


Telecytology: sts Raab 88, ct al, in cervical-v; smears 
see comments] Raab SS, et al. Am J Clin 1996 
y; 105(5):599-603. Comment in: Am J Clin Pathol 1996 


May O8529-31 

microscopy ynecologic cytopatho! jitorial; 
comment] Wakely PE Jr Am 3 Ch oe nae 
105(5):5 Comment on: Am J Clin Pathol 1996 
May; fons) 0 405. 


76 


CYTOKINES 


Cytokine function: a study in biologic diversity. Cohen MC, 
et al. Am J Cin Pathol 1996 May 105(9):588-98 (125 ret} 
Intrauterine — effects in! 

ucton by myometrial cells 
Gem geagnent WeEnen. JK, et al 


Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 174(2):682~6 
ae — the immune 
be meagre —y disorder. Faro A, e 
Cn Cae Mod 1996 pg ray Pt “1. 1442- 7 
at the site of disease in chronic 
pneumonitis. Kita H, et al. 
Am J (Grit Care Med 1996 Apr;153(4 Pt 1):1437-41 
Enhancement of SPARC (osteonectin synthesis in arthritic 
with theumatid ar reased levels in synovial fluids from patients 
with arthritis and —— by factors 
and cytokines in chondrocyte cultures. Nakamura §, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4): 339-31 
Stimulation of TIMP-1 production by oncostatin M in human 
articular . Nemoto O, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 
Apr;3%(4): 
erproduction of ommeeety c 
996 Feb st ;87(4): 1458-65 


by their an’ 
et al. Blood 
Inhibition of 
the interferon-inducible i 
Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):3877-82 
Human interferon-inducible protein-10 5 ~4 mononuclear 
cell i in mice and Se ears of 
human T hme tal ya the 
SCID mice. mice Taub 


human peri Scauniea’ 
Sioed 1996 1 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1423-31 


DD, et al. 
Transient increase in symptoms with cytokine 
sclerosis. Moreau T, et 


release in ts with multi 
225-37 


patien 

al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 1): 

The immune response: the efferent arm. 
al. Clin Orthop 1996 May;(326):25-34 (45 ref) 

Plasma concentrations of cytokines, their soluble receptors, 
and antioxidant vitamins can predict the development of 

multiple organ failure in patients at risk. Borrelli E, et al. 

Crit Med 1996 Mar;24(3):392-7 (38 ref.) 

Oncostatin-M: a new bone active jane that activates 
osteoblasts and inhibits bone [see comments] Jay 
PR, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1151-8. Comment 
in: Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 137(4):1149-50. 

Inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) in tic islets 
of nonobese diabetic mice: identification of iNOS- 
expressing cells and relationships to cytokines expressed 
in the islets. Rabinovitch A, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):2093-9 

ee on cytokines. Borish et al. 

J Allergy Clin Immunol 196 Mar. ;97(3):719-33;, quiz 734 

Parietaria eee te eee T-cell clones from we patients: 

in restriction, V beta usage, 


MC, 


- profil. Salat F et al. 7 Allergy Cite Ineasanel 1936 Feb 

):627- 

The role of cytokines, adhesion molecules, and chemokines 
in interleukin-2-induced lymphocytic infiltration in 
CS7BL/6 mice. Anderson JA, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 
Apr 15;97(8):1952-9 


j Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2152- = 
Cloning of the human eosinophil chemoattractant, eotaxin. 
Expression, receptor binding, and functional jes 
hils Ponath PD, ct al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1; 
i ‘ona’ , eal. J 1 eb |; 
97(3):604- 


Mice lacking the IFN-gamma receptor have impaired ability 
to resolve a lung eosinophilic inflammatory response 
associated with a ile. Coy capacity of T cells to exhibit 
a Th2 c yle AJ, et al. J Immunol 1996 
Apr_15;156(8):2 

lly resistant (tyr) and susceptible (Itys) congenic 
following 


J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2894-900 
Cytokine uction by T lym Tea young and aged 
mice. gwerda CR, et J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3621-30 
Aberrant regulation of cytokines in HIV-1 
TAT?72-t enic mice. Garza HH Jr, et al. 
J Immunol | May 15;156(10):3631-7 
Regulation of cytokine production during development of 
autoimmune diabetes induced with multiple low doses of 
zotocin. Herold KC, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
9):3521-7 
ata growth factor-beta | is the predominant 
paracrine inhibitor of macrophage cytokine synthesis 
poets gras mesan, cells . lh. 2M. et 
al. J I 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2964-71 
+ from patients with severe invasive group 
reptococcal infections treated with normal po! if 
ei inhibits streptococcal epoustien tens cell 
proliferation and cytokine production. Norrby-Teglund A, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):3057-64 
Adoptive immunotherapy with tumor-specific T 
lymphocytes — from cytokine - modified 
tumor-primed lymph node cells. Ohno K, et al 
J Immunol 196. ay 15;156(10):3875-81 
Cytokines suppress apoptosis independent of increases in 


Ang 4 Packham G, et al. J Immunol 1996 
792-800 


reactive oxy, 


pasbion 15; oy 
ulation in the presence of bronchial 
Vcpthetil cells. Effect of cytokines and role of adhesion. 
Pn S, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3980-5 
Comparison of the effects of Shiga-like toxin 1 on cytokine- 
and butyrate-treated human umbilical and saphenous vein 
ial cells. Keusch GT, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
173(5):1164-70 
The relationship between plasminogen a inhibitor-| 
and proinflammatory counter 
in children with meningococcal septic shock. Kornelisse 
RF, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1148-56 
—— and a activation with neonatal 
tion. Fortenberry JD, et 


extracorporeal membrane oxygena' 
al. J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):670-8 


CYTOMEGALOVIRUS 


Analysis of T helper cell response to gl in H 
(gpUL75) of human cytomegalovirus: oo 

strain-specific T cell determinants. Beninga J, et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1051-61 

Detection of ganciclovir resistance mutations quantitation of 
cytomegalovirus (CMY) DNA in leukocytes of patients 
with fatal disseminated CMV disease. Boivin G, et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):523-8 

Neutralization of human Cae by human 
CD13-specific antibodies. Giugni et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1062-71 

Time to detection of cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA in blood 
leukocytes is a predictor for the deve! t of CMV 
disease in CMV -~-seronegative recipients of allografts from 
CMV-seropositive donors following liver transplantation. 
Manez R, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 oe 1072-6 

Prognosis and response to therapy of cytomegalovirus 
encephalitis and meningomyelitis in AIDS. Cohen BA. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):444-50 


CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTIONS 


Ganciclovir for cytomegalovirus infection [news] 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Mar;53(4):1441 

Giant cell arteritis [letter] Fest T, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 
May 15;124(10):927-8 

Detection of ganciclovir resistance mutations quantitation of 
cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA in leukocytes of patients 
with fatal disseminated CMV disease. Boivin G, et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):523-8 

Time to detection of cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA in blood 
leukocytes is a predictor for the deve t of CMV 
disease in TE Catt cannes recipients of allografts from 
CMV -seropositive donors following liver transplantation 

J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1072-6 
gacolon caused by cytomegalovirus colitis in a 

multiply injured patient. Machens A, et al. J Trauma 1996 
Apr;40(4):644-6 

Case records of the Massachusetts General Hospital. Weekly 
clinicopathological exercises. Case 17-1996. A °n 48-year-old 
— = with the wT bloody din immunodeficiency 


[clini 
Ni Engl J Daal J Aled 1996 May 33422): 1461-7 

Oral ganciclovir for the prevention of cytomegalovirus 
disease in persons with AIDS. Roche Cooperative Oral 
Ganciclovir Study Group. S SA, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 6;334(23):1491-7 

Prognosis and response to therapy of cytomegalovirus 
encephalitis and meningomyelitis in AIDS. Cohen BA. 
Neurology 1996 Feb;46(2):444-50 


CYTOPLASMIC GRANULES 


Alpha-granule membrane mirrors the platelet plasma 
membrane and contains the glycoproteins Ib, IX, and V. 
Berger G, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1385-95 

rab3D protein is a specific marker for zymogen 

chief cells of rats and rabbits. Tang L 
1996 Mar;110(3):809-20 

Eosinophil degranulation in the presence of bronchial 
epithelial cells. Effect of cytokines and role of adhesion. 
Takafuji S, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3980-5 


CYTOSINE 


In vivo antitumor activity of bropirimine against PAIII and 
Dunning MAT-LyLu rodent prostate cancers. Sarosdy 
MF, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2085-9 


CYTOSKELETAL PROTEINS 

Expression of cadherins and alpha-catenin in primary 
epithelial tumors of the liver. Kozyraki R, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1137-49 

Deficiency of adhalin in a patient with muscular dystrophy 
and cardiomyopathy [letter] McNally EM, et al. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1610-1 


CYTOTOXICITY, IMMUNOLOGIC 


Effects of anesthesia based on large versus small doses of 
fentanyl on natural killer cell cytotoxicity in the 
perioperative period. Beilin B, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 

Mar-82(3):492-7 





ules in 
, et al. 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Human herpesvirus—6 enhances natural killer cell cytotoxicity 
via IL-15. Flamand L, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15; 
97(6):1373-81 

Antibodies to a conserved of HLA class I molecules, 
capable of modulating CD8 T cell-mediated function, are 
present in normal immunoglobulin for therapeuti 
use. Kaveri S, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):865-9 

Fc receptor-induced expression of Fas ligand on activated 
NK cells facilitates cell-mediated cytotoxicity and 


y 
su went autocrine NK cell apoptosis. Eischen CM, et 
53 tee 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2693-9 
Human skeletal myoblasts ly activate allogeneic 


ic path loned CTL. G 
J Immunol 1996 May 15; 15610). 3638-44 
Concanamycin A,a ——— tool for characterization and 
estimation of contribution of perforin- and Fas~—based lytic 
7: in cell-mediated cytotoxicity. Kataoka T, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3678-86 
Expression and characterization of functionally active 
recombinant perforin produced in insect cells. Liu CC, et 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3292-300 
Induction of antitumor immunity using bone 
marrow-generated dendritic cells. Porgador A, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2918-26 
Analysis of the role of MHC class II presentation in the 
stimulation of cytotoxic T lymphocytes by antigens 
targeted into the exogenous yy -MHC class I 
tation pathway. Rock KL, et al. J Immunol 1996 
y 15;156(10):3721-6 
4 -mediated cytotoxicity by the human leukemic NK cell 
ine YT involves tyrosine phosphorylation, activation of 
-1Te)— 3~kinase, and n kinase C. Teng 
al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3222-32 
Ray of CTL by ecto-nictinamide adenine dinucleotide 
AD) involves ADP-ribosylation of a p56lck-associated 
rotein. Wang J, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8). 2819-27 


CYTOTOXINS 


Distinct roles for pneumolysin'’s cytotoxic and complement 
activities in the genesis of pneumococcal pneumonia. 
Rubins JB, et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996 Apr; 
153(4 Pt 1):1339-46 

Compyiese of the effects of Shiga-like toxin 1 on cytokine- 

butyrate-treated human umbilical and sap vein 
endothelial cells. Keusch GT, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
173(5):1164-70 

The interrelationship between cytotoxin-associated gene A, 
vacuolating cytotoxin, and Helicobacter pylori- related 
diseases. Weel JF, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May 
173(5):1171-5 


DACRYOCYSTORHINOSTOMY 


Simultaneous silicone intubation through the osteotomy and 
the nasolacrimal duct during dacryocystorhinostomy. 
Bartley GB. Am J Ophthalmol 1996 May;121(5):586-7 


DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR 


Dangerous patients with mental illness: jeep inene risks 
warrant new policies, adequate resources, and appropriate 
legislation [see comments] Coid JW. BMJ 1996 Apr 13; 
312(7036):965-6. Comment in: BMJ 1996 Apr 
13;312(7036):967-9. 

. patients or dangerous diseases? 

PJ, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 13; 

t on: BMJ 1996 Apr 
13; “312(7036):965-6. 


DANTROLENE 


Intravenous lecithin-coated microcrystals of dantrolene are 
effective in the treatment of malignant hyperthermia: an 
investigation in rats, dogs, and swine. Karan SM, et al. 
Anesth Analg 1996 Apr;82(4):796-802 


DAPSONE 


Comparison of three regimens for treatment of mild to 
moderate ystis carinii pneumonia in patients with 
AIDS. A randomized 


, trial of oral 
trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, —trimethoprim, 
and clindamycin-primaquine. ACTG 108 Study Group. 


Safrin S, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 1;124(9):792-802 


DATA COLLECTION 


Medical research and qualitative methods: a rational 
approach [letter] Colliver JA, et al. Acad Med 1996 Mar, 
71(3):211 

Intermodal agreement of follow-up telephone functional 
assessment using the Functional Independence Measure in 
— with stroke. Smith PM, et al. 

Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May.77(5):431- -5 
— a Language can be used for collec —- data from 


xs [letter] Allan K, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 
is. ea 2(bae)37 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


DATA INTERPRETATION, 
STATISTICAL 


Correlation versus agreement: methods of measurement in 
medicine [editorial, comment] Gallagher EJ. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):236-8. Comment on: Ann 
Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):159-63. 

Prevention. How much harm? How much benefit? 1. 
Influence of methods on of benefits 

see comments] Marshall KG. Can Assoc J 1996 May 

15;154(10):1493-9 (56 ref.). Comment in: Can Med Assoc 

J 1996 May 15;154(10): 10-2 


DATABASES, FACTUAL 


The ment of Energy's Comprehensive Epidemiologic 
Data Resource: a public-use da’ on radiation ex) 
[letter] Stockwell HG, et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):747-8 
a MDs benefit from database model dev 
tchewan [news] Johnston C. Can Med Assoc 
poy ;154(7):1092-3 
Tee logy. Finding the ri 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 5;70(3):48 
Evidence-based medicine: the Cochrane Collaboration 
pe Ramirez G. Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15; 
1(4):11-4 
Utility of the National Cooperative Growth Study database 
for safety reporting. Graves DA. J Pediatr 1996 May:128(5 
Pt 2):S1-3 
Comparison of accident and emergency with police road 
injury data. Cercarelli LR, et al. J Trauma 1996 May; 
40(5):805-9 


DEAFNESS 


Transgenic insertional mutagenesis. Applications to inner-ear 
genetics. Friedman RA. 
Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar;122(3):252-7 
(55 ref.) 

Cochlear implantation is controversial among deaf genet 
[letter] Gauntlett R. BMJ 1996 Mar 30;312(7034):850 


1996 
t clinical trial—fast. Morall K. 


DEATH 


A method of creating a death re; t for general practice. 
Khunti K. BMJ | Apr 13; 12(7036)-902 

Madeleine's death [letter] issoon EJ. 
Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15;154(8):1144 

Madeleine's death [letter] Chase C. Cam Med Assoc J 1996 
Apr 15;154(8):1146 

Madeleine's death [letter] Dutchyn SL. Can Med Assoc J 
1996 Apr 15;154(8):1144 

ap mgt death [letter] Goertzen J. Can Med Assoc J 1996 

r 15;154(8):1144 

Ma. leleine 's death i Ogborn M. Can Med Assoc J 1996 

Apr 15;154(8):1144 


DEATH CERTIFICATES 


Increasing US mortality from infectious diseases [letter] 
Randall B. JAMA 1996 May 8;275(18):1399-400 


DEATH, SUDDEN 


Police investigate suspicious hospital deaths [news] Dyer O. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):930 

Deaths in police custody are being analysed retros 
[letter] Norfolk G, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312( 

Sudden death of a child who had pain in the knee and 
varicella. A case report. Hamner DL, et al. 
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr;78(4):594-6 


DEATH, SUDDEN, CARDIAC 


Snow shoveling: a trigger for acute myocardial infarction 
and sudden coronary death [editorial] Franklin BA, et al. 
Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15;77(10):855-8 

Sensitivity and specificity of QTc dispersion for identification 
of risk of cardiac death in patients with peripheral vascular 
disease. Darbar D, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):874-8; 
discussion 878-9 

Induction of ventricular fibrillation predicts sudden death 
in patients treated with amiodarone because of ventricular 
tachyarrhythmias after a myocardial infarction. Rodriguez 
LM, et al. Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):23-8 

Autonomic nervous system and sudden cardiac death. Barron 
HV, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr;27(5):1053-60 (42 
ref.) 

Transient sympathovagal imbalance triggers “ischemic” 
sudden death in patients undergoing SS 
Holter monitoring. Pozzati A, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 
1996 Mar 15;27(4):847-52 

Sudden cardiac — triggered by an earthquake [letter] 
Rosenman KD. Engl) M Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1673 


tively 
35):911 


DEBRIDEMENT 


Pseudallescheria boydii in an immunocompromised host. 
Successful treatment with debridement and itraconazole. 
Ruxin TA, et al. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):382-4 (23 
ref.) 


DECEREBRATE STATE 


A 36-year-old comatose 
posturing. Chest 1996 FebslOM2S57-8 


DECIDUA 

U of 
es sopin duting the di oo sue 
cnsemens stromal 


ee dalton Han a? - - 2 
1996 MenisKPIy 
alpha-subunit 


‘iff , ial 
: ee oe a novel role for free al 

ction. Moy E, et al. Endocrinology 
1374). 1332-9 


DECISION MAKING 
The study of literature in medical education [letter] Ayers 
WR. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):212 
Quality of life: who can make the judgment? Abramson N. 
Am J Med 1996 Mar;100(3):365-6 
problems with the 


Choosing —— late in life: 
paradigm [editorial; comment] Finucane TE. Am J Med 
1996 ‘eb: 100(2). 126-7. Comment on: Am J Med 1996 
Feb; 100(2):128-37. 
Choices of seriously ill a about cari 
itation: correlates 


1996 Apr; 


comments] ‘gy 3%, al. Am J Med 1996 
100(2): 128-37 t in: Am J Med 
Feb; 100(2):126-7. 

Who decides? Physicians’ willi 

it. Hanson LC, et al. 


1996 


to use life-sustaining 
treatmen’ Intern Med 1996 Apr 
8;156(7):785-9 


Making decisions with children a eects Rylance G. 
1996 Mar 30;312(7034):794 
Decision ——- by hormone replacement therapy. 
Rozenber, al Br J Obetet Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103 
Suppl 13: Ny 7; yin SS 97-8 (45 ref.) 

Integration of emerging designs for the practice and 
management of nursing. Blouin AS, et al. J Nurs Adm 1996 
Mar;26(3):38-46 (54 ref.) 

A 35-year-old pregnant woman 
screening and amniocentesis. Menn 
8, 275185: 1440-6 


DECISION MAKING, 
ORGANIZATIONAL 


Interhospital transfers: decision-making in critical care 
Lee A, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;24(4):618-22 

Practicing dietetics without a traditional dietetics department: 
shared governance [news] Harrison S. J Am Diet Assoc 
1996 May;96(5):447 

Managing diverse needs of the technical coworker. Counsell 
CM, et al. J Nurs Adm 1996 Mar;26(3):5-6 

The effect of a professional practice model on staff nurse 
perception of work grow = and nurse leaders. Ingersoll GL, 
et al. J Nurs Adm | May;26(5):52-60 

Registered nurse empowerment. Model testing and 
implications for nurse administrators. Klakovich MD. 
J Nurs Adm 1996 May;26(5):29-35 


DECISION SUPPORT TECHNIQUES 


Implementing antibiotic practice guidelines eee 
computer-assisted decision support: Ginical and financial 
outcomes. Pestotnik SL, et al. Ann Intern Med 1996 May 
15;124(10):884-90 

Endoscopy or empirical treatment for peptic ulcer disease: 
decisions, . Cromwell DM, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 ‘Apr; 110(4):1314-6 

ag oy severe carotid stenosis. Barry HC. 

J Fam Pract 1996 Apr;42(4):345-6 


DECONTAMINATION 


Chemical decontamination [letter] McMullen MJ. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):270-1 

Results of a lead decontamination 
Arch Environ Health 1996 Jan- 


maternal serum 
uti M. JAMA 1996 May 


gram. Goulet L, et al. 
‘eb;51(1):68-72 


DEDUCTIBLES AND COINSURANCE 


Impact of visit copayments on outpatient mental health 
utilization by members of a _ health maintenance 
organization. Simon GE, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar; 
153(3):331-8 


DEER 


La Crosse viremias in white-tailed deer and chipmunks 
exposed by injection or mosquito bite. Osorio JE, et al. 
Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):338-42 

prota A... collisions. An increasing hazard in 
northern New England. Farrell TM, et al. Arch Surg 1996 
Apr;131(4): 377- 81 





DEFEROXAMINE 
DEFEROXAMINE 


Long-term i deferoxamine for 
Swartz RD, et al. Am J Med 1996 Mar; 


100(3):308-12 

Serum neopterin, interleukin-4, and inte i 
ee a a ts and the effect 
of iron ae ae. uma et al. 
Am J Trop Med me te oy 
Fluid resuscitation <= 


ttenuates the | pe haan t19C 
inhalation. Demling an ystems 119¢3):340-8 


DEFIBRILLATORS, IMPLANTABLE 


morphologic plication for arrhythmia di 
features: implications for 

by stored analysis. Sarter BH, et al. 

Am Heart J | May; 131(5):947-52 
Familial long QT syndrome: electrical storm and implantable 
cardioverter 


device y. Saxon LA, et al. 
Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):1037-9 
Prospective randomized com; 


shocks versus ne Se “cathode! shocks wane 
‘Am Heart J 1996 J 1996 May, Le oat a 


Five-year experience with implan defibrillators 
children. Hamilton RM, et al. Aa J Cardiol 1996 Mar 1; 
71(7):524-6 

na ne A —< of ‘ay cao ee age S defibrillators 

addressing t 


toda M, et al. Am Careicl' 1996" Apr 13, 


countershock on 
weretcids & bomeas Kamier Dict oh Amn 3 Condit 
Mar 1;77(7):527-8 
'y of a nonthoracotomy lead system with a 
implantable cardioverter-defibrillator. 


Cadence-Endotak 60-Series IDE aes a Porterfield 
JG, et al. =. See ee 15;77(8):586-90 
Defibrillator patc 


h constriction Lemmer JH Jr. 
‘Aan Thorac Su Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):1042 
Twiddler 's syndrome complicating a transvenous defibrillator 
lead system. de Buitleir M, et al. Chest 1996 May; 
109(5):1391-4 (8 ref.) 
ventricular fibrillation in transvenous implantable 
cardioverter-defibrillators. Prospective ——, 4 
ystem-device combinations. Natale A 
al. Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):91-8 


111(4):742-Sl;discussion 751-2 

Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator: another device to 
cover. Verheyden CN, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996 Apr; 
97(5):944-51 


DEGLUTITION 


Increase of swallows before onset of phase III of monte 
motor complex in normal human subjects. Marzio L, 
al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3):522-7 


DEGLUTITION DISORDERS 


a wy imaging in the evaluation of dysphagia. Barloo 
LS et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 Feb 1;53(2):535-46 2 


ald roke Mer trostomy feeding after acute 
dysphagic stroke ity associated wi i 


tube feeding was high [letter] Duncan HD, et al. 

1996 Apr 13; 312(7036): 973; discussion 973-4 
Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy feeding after acute 
one o stroke. Study 's methods were inadequate [letter] 
sw BMJ 1996 Apr 13,312(7036):973; discussion 


Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy feeding after acute 
dysphagic stroke. Speech and language therapists should 
have pees | in study [letter] Kerr J, et al. BMJ 1996 
Apr 13;312(7036):972; y A mn me 973-4 

Percutaneous gastrostomy “fecding after acute 
dysphagic stroke. Staff find it harder to feeding 
patients with a gastrostomy rag wwe K. BMJ 1996 
Apr 13;312(7036):972; discussion 9 

Percutaneous ocak 5 oe after acute 
dysphagic stroke. Radiological placement of the 
rae mage | tube should be the preferred method [letter] 

urphy BL, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 13;312(7036):972-3; 
discussion 973-4 

Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy feeding after acute 
dysphagic stroke. Gag reflex has no role in ability to 
swallow [letter] Smithard DG. BMJ 1996 Apr 13; 
312(7036):972; discussion 973-4 

Achalasia. A possible late cause of post 
Benini L, et al. Dig Dis Sei 1996 Marrei(sy.516-8 G0 ret) a? 

Esophageal dysphagia as the sole symptom in type I Chiari 
malformation. Elta GH, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
41(3):512-5 (11 ref.) 

Severe and prolonged dysphagia complicating botulinum 
toxin A injections for dystonia in Machado-Joseph disease. 
Tuite PJ, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar:46(3):846 


BMJ 


78 


DEHYDRATION 
Hypotonic wn wey Se 1 wry 
J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):723 
DEHYDROASCORBIC ACID 
Total vitamin C, ascorbic acid, and dehydroascorbic 
concentrations Po of critically ill patients. Schorah 
CJ, et al. Am J Nutr 1996 May;63(5):760-5 
DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION 
discharge is anac'! [letter] Turner TH, et 


, , oe hroniati 
al. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1042 


DELIVERY 
The fetus with gastroschisis: impact of route of delivery and 
ul y. Adra AM, et al. 
wt Coane 1896 Feb; 174(2):540-6 
Feasibility of a randomized controlled trial of planned 
cesarean section versus planned moe wo Pde for breech 
presentation at term Hannah ME, et al. 
Am J Obstet 1996 ts np ge 
ith 


surgery Quirk JG 3 eta i 
Quirk JG Jr, et al. Am 3 Obstet Gynecol 1996 


Aipotlons ae on 
cgi ace El-Shalakany AH. 
J Obstet tet Gynecol “98 eb 1031834 


awa urinary incontinence 
“a months ye F delivery. Wilson PD, et al. 
Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 Feb;103(2): a 
Reestimating date of delivery in multife of ooT Pe 
Minakami H, et al. JAMA 1996 May 377518) 432-4 


DELIVERY OF HEALTH CARE 


The internal markets of the British National Health Service: 
|e oe . McQuaide M. Am J Med Sci 1996 
;311(3):122- 


t: a guide for 
RS, et al. 


Ann Intern Med 1996 May 1;124(9):838-42. 
Disease it: new wine in new ? [comment] 
Harris JM Jr. Ann Med 1996 May 1;124(9):838-42 
. Comment on: Ann Intern Med 1996 May 1; se ke 832-7. 
i and patient satisfaction. Haslock 
996 A — 35(4):382-4 
ay b= 


7 i980 Ap - A "Sa 1082-3 
es will never be the same 
996 May;45(5):541-3 
Physician and clinic charges for ———_— hormone 
deficiency. Kirkland J, et al. J Pediatr | May;128(5 Pt 
2):S61-2 
From the bre Health Administration. Kizer KW. 
17;275(15):1149 
ger prevention? [news] Voelker R. 
JAMA 1996 May 15; ag 1463-4 
Dutch health care—a study 
Lancet 1996 May 4;347(9010)-1 22 
Preventive health care in a a society: are we 
culturally competent? [editorial] Walker PF. 
Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):519-21 
The role of black and Hispanic physicians in providing health 
for underserved populations [see comments] 
Komaromy M, et al. N "Engl J Med 1996 May 16 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 
16; :334(20): 1327-8. 


Diversity in medicine [editorial; comment] Steinbrook R. 
N Engi J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1327-8. Comment on: 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1305-10. 


DELIVERY OF HEALTH CARE, 
INTEGRATED 

Business strategies for the survival of the medical 
center. Chessare JB, et al. Acad Med 1996 Mar;71(3):215-7 

Governance. Strength in numbers. Morrall K. 
Hosp Health Netw 1996 Feb 20;70(4):72 


A virtual dilemma. Solovy A. Hosp Health Netw 1996 May 
20;70( 10):32 


DELTA INFECTION 
Amount and com —_r of bone minerals in chronic liver 


disease. Kalef-Ezra JA, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May; 
41(5):1008-13 


DELUSIONS 


Fluvoxamine alone in the treatment of delusional depression. 
Gatti F, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):414-6 


DEMENTIA 


A follow up study of depression in the carers of dementia 
sufferers. Ballard CG, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 13; 


an Londen J. 


312(7036):947 
Low blood yp B and dementia in elderly people: the 


a pap see comments] Guo Z, et al. 
1996 Mar 30-312( 34):805-8. Comment in: BMJ 1996 
Mar 30;312(7034):793-4 


Dementia after Edinbur; n [edi itorial; comment] Lancet 1996 
May 11;347(9011):1273. Comment on: Lancet 1996 May 
11;347(9011):1303-7. 


challenge of the dementias. Writing Committee, Lancet 

Conference 1996 [see comments] Lancet 1996 May 11; 
347(9011):1303-7. Comment in: Lancet 1996 May 
11;347(901 1):1273. 

Blood pressure and dementia [comment] Martyn C. 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1130-1. Comment on: Lancet 
1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1141-5. 

15-year longitudinal study of blood pressure and dementia 
[see comments] Skoog I, et al. Lancet 1996 “Apr 27 
347(9009):1141-5. Comment in: 1996 Apr 
27;347(9009):1 130-1. 


Dementia and adult-onset unprovoked seizures. Hesdorffer 


Hippocampal volumes in A 's disease, Parkinson's 
disease with and without dementia, and in vascular 
dementia: An MRI study. Laakso MP, et al. Neurology 
1996 Mar;46(3):678-81 

Risk of dementia relatives of Alzheimer’s disease 
patients in the M E study: What is in store oA ~ 
Oldest old? Lautenschlager NT et al. Neurology 1996 


ee with dementia in a 
es gham study. Myers 
H, et al. Neurology 1996 Pili =e 7 


DEMENTIA, SENILE 


Lewy body disease in a patient with REM 
[letter] Negro PJ Jr, et al. Neurology 
46(5):1493-4 


DEMENTIA, VASCULAR 


Gender comparisons of cognitive performances among 
vascular dementia, Alzheimer disease, and older adults 
without dementia. Buckwalter JG, et al. Arch Neurol 1996 
May;53(5):436-9 
wpe volumes in Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's 

with and without dementia, and in vascular 
dementia: An MRI study. Laakso MP, et al. Neurology 
1996 Mar;46(3):678-81 


DEMOGRAPHY 


The expanded racial and ethnic codes in the Medicare data 
files: their completeness of coverage and accuracy. 

Lauderdale DS, et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):712-6 


DEMYELINATING DISEASES 


Sensory pathophysiology in chronic acquired demyelinating 
neuropathy. Krarup C, et al. Brain 1996 Feb;119 ( Pt 
1):257-70 

Cerebral demyelination syndrome in a patient treated with 
5-fluorouracil and levamisole. The use of thallium SPECT 
imaging to assist in noninvasive diagnosis—-a case r 
Savarese DM, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 15;77(2):387-94 

Masceupneniaveras. -mediated primary demyelination 

and motor disease induced by the — nervous system 
production of interleukin-3 in transgenic mice. Chiang CS. 
et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15.97(6):1512- 312-24 

Flow cytometric and functional analyses of central nervous 
system-infiltrating cells in SJL/J mice with Theiler’ 
virus-induced demyelinating disease. Evidence for a 
CD4+ T cell-mediated logy. Pi JG, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):4050- 

Chronic i demyelinating polyneuropathy 
associated with malignant melanoma. Bird SJ, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):822-4 

Polyneuropathy in the mtDNA base pair 3243 point mutation 
[letter] Fang W. Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1494-5; 
discussion 1495-6 

y in the mtDNA base pain 3243 point mutation 
al. 1996 May;46(5):1495-6 
. Ki 


1996 Feb;46(2):429-34 
ronic inflammatory demyelinating 
cea unusual clinical features and 
therapeutic . Midroni G, et al. Neurology 1996 
May;46(5):1206-12 


Imm ins reactive with myelin basic protein promote 
CNS remyelination. Rodriguez M, et al. Neurology 1996 
Feb;46(2):538-45 

Chronic demyelinating polyneuropathy: Improvement after 
sepsis. Ropper AH. ‘a 1996 Mar;46(3):848-S50 


DENDRITIC CELLS 


Generation of human dendritic cells/Langerhans cells from 
circulating CD34+ hema’ ic progenitor cells. Strunk 
D, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1292-302 

Presence of bacterial flora-derived antigen in synovial tissue 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





oa and dendritic cells. Melief MJ, et al. 
1995 Dec;34(12):1112-6 ' 


anti-interleukin aL)10 antibodies and IL-12. Blauvelt A, 
et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1550-5 
Dendritic cells produce inflammatory protein-1 
om a new member the CC chemokine family. 
lohamadzadeh M, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 
156(9):3102-6 
—— of antitumor immunity iy 


marrow-generated dendritic cells. ged A, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):2918-2 
Functional differentiation of dendritic cells in rheumatoid 
arthritis: role of CD86 in the synovium. Thomas R, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15;156(8):3074-86 


DENGUE 
Mosquitoes, models, and dengue. Lifson AR. Lancet 1996 
May 4;347(9010):1201-2 


DENSITOMETRY, X-RAY — 


12TG)20-7. Com 


DENTAL CARIES 


bay Ay tay tt» ble 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1536 
— baby bottle tooth 
B, et al. 
T6353 


DENTAL TECHNICIANS 


Three cases of dental technician's pneumoconiosis related 
to cobalt-chromium-molybdenum dust exposure. Selden 
A, et al. Chest 1996 Mar;109(3):837-42 


DENTISTRY 


Preventive dentistry and the family physician. Clark MM, 
Sonat” Fam Physician 1996 Feb 1;53(2):619-26, 631-2 
) 
Privatising the NHS: dentistry paves the way [editorial] 
Shepherd JP, et al. BMJ 1996 = 13; "312(7036):922- 3 


DEOXYGUANOSINE 


Oxidative damage to DNA in diabetes mellitus. Dandona 
P, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):444-5 


DEPENDENCY “ey eon 


Dependency and alexithymia in We 
O'Neill RM, et al. J Nery Mest Dis 1996 May:184(8) -6 


DEPRESSION 


Low-dose antidepressant therapy for mild depression [letter] 
Rathbun ED. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1536-7 
ee eee Seren © eee 
progression of viral illness. Zorrilla EP, et 
Am J Psychiatry 1996 May.153(5)-626-35 
mood and the incidence of 


decay: eight-year results. 
Public Health Rep 1996 Jan-Feb; 


's disease 

in the community. Devanand DP, et 
1996 Feb; 3302): 175-82 

the carers of dementia 

1996 Apr 13; 


it on issue of sexual abuse 
by physicians. J Med Assoc J 1996 May 
15;154(10):1553-5 
A 47-year-old man with chronic 
JAMA 1996 Feb 14;275(6):479-85 


=F multiple sclerosis. Sadovnick AD, et al. 
1996 Mar;46(3):628-32 


DEPRESSIVE DISORDER 


ya in patients with coexisting medical 
iliness. Nesse et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 May 1; 
53(6):2125-33 (20 ref.) 
yee yet ma 
Se eel et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar; 
153(3):44 
Fluvoxamine alone in the treatment of delusional depression. 
Gatti F, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 Mar;153(3):414-6 
' lollo’ to 


. Goodwin F. 


response 
= depression. Joffe R, et al. 
ine 153(3):411-3 


ion treatment of to ing cessation 
] Lief HI. Am 5 Porchiatry. 1996 1996 Mar.133(3)-442 
Description and evaluation of the lowa Depression 
San ition, and Treatment ict wrt Oo 
MW, et al. Paychiatry 1996 May;153(5):645-9 
Poststroke and fluoxetine [letter] Stamenkovic M, 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 penn ae cena 
El sleep profiles during ——. 
Effects of duration and other clinical 
—— fr oP Tf 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 he cae 148-56 
alidation of distinct 





in a population 
Rendler KS, et al. Arch Gen 
53(5):391-9 
ith primary depression 
A placebo-controlled clinical trial, McGrath PJ, et al. 
Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 ns ane 232-40 
A hospital-based twin {. ~~! oy peed of DSM-IV 
unipolar cGuffin P, et al 
Arch Gen chiatry 1996 Feb;53(2): 129-36 


ons and biochemical effects of catecholamine depletion 


remission of depression. 
HL. et ri Arch Gen Psychiatry 19 1996 Feb;53(2):117-28 
Increased number of vasopressin- and oxytocin-ex) Z 
rp sheng ey yep ey ty us 
in depression. Purba JS, et al. Arch Gen Psy 
Feb, ;53(2):137-43 
Abnormal e 





1996 


sleep profiles in major 
depression: association with response to cognitive behavior 
a Thase ME, et al. Arch Gea Peyetlety 1996 Feb; 


as See symptoms in 


Psychol Sci Soc Sei 1996 ge P115-29 
gene polymorphism and affective 
Stéber G, et al. Lancet 1996 May 11; 
347(9011):1340-1 
Randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 
fluoxetine in chronic fatigue syndrome. Vercoulen 
al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):858-61 


M t of in the ow 


tpatient office. Salazar 
Am 1996 Mar;80(2):431-55 (95 ref.) 


DERMABRASION 


Pulsed carbon dioxide laser, trichloroacetic acid, 


in: Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr.132(4):451-5. 
using an ultrasonic surgical aspira' 
Surg 1996 Apr:97(5): 1034-9 


DERMATAN SULFATE 


i bypass in patients with heparin-induced 
thromboc using Org 10172. Wilhelm MJ, et al. 
Ann Thorac Surg 1996 Mar;61(3):920-4 

Low-molecular-weight heparinoid orgaran is more effective 
than aspirin in the prevention of venous thromboembolism 
after surgery for hip fracture. Gent M, et al. 
Circulation 1996 Jan 1;93(1):80-4 


DERMATITIS 


Allergic contact dermatitis from doxepin cream. One-year 
patch test clinic experience. Taylor JS, et al. 
Arch 1996 May.132(5): 515-8 

Radiation recall dermatitis and umonitis in a patient 
treated with paclitaxel. Schweitzer VG, et al. Cancer 1995 
Sep 15;76(6):1069-72 


DERMATITIS, ALLERGIC CONTACT 


Chronic finger dermatitis after trauma. Diagnosis: 
posttraumatic eczema with allergic contact ——— to 
neomycin, bacitracin, and topical corticosteroids. Sherertz 
EF. Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):461, 464 (11 ref.) 

Allergic contact dermatitis from doxepin cream. One-year 


—_ Fah clinic e . Taylor JS, et al. 
1996 May; 132(5): 515-8 


DERMATITIS, ATOPIC 
Biphasic response against initial TH atopic dermatitis 
Saauh is don Ee 2 response to a THI 
in situ: an i study. 


response Thepen 
T, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 Mar:97(3): 828-37 

Induction of atopic dermatitis by inhalation of house dust 
mite. Tupker RA, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1996 May; 
97(5):1064—70 


DERMATITIS, CONTACT 


Contact dermatitis associated with the use of Always sanitary 
napkins. Eason EL, et al. Can Med Assoc J 1996 Apr 15; 
154(8):1173-6 

Occupational contact urticaria syndrome one by globe 
artichoke (Cynara scolymus). Quirce S, et al 
J Allergy Clin 1996 Feb;97(2):710-1 

Avian mite dermatitis. Baselga E, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May; 

97(5):743-5 


DERMATITIS, OCCUPATIONAL 


Hazards of ultraviolet lighting used for tuberculosis control 
[letter] Brubacher J, et al. Chest 1996 Feb;109(2):582-3 


tor. Ito Y, 





DESOGESTREL 


DERMATITIS, PHOTOTOXIC 


Methylene blue-induced phototoxicity: an unrecognized 
complication. Porat R, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May; 
97(5):717-21 (19 ref.) 


DERMATOFIBROMA 

Canine cutaneous histiocytoma is an epidermotropic 
cell histiocytosis that expresses CD! and 
specific beta 2-in in molecules. Moore PF, et al. 

Am J Pathol 1996 ay. 148(5)-1699-708 


DERMATOFIBROSARCOMA 


Pathological case of the month. 
dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans. TA, et al. 
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May;150(5):549-50 


DERMATOLOGY 


Research and dermatologic excellence. Hanifin JM. 
Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb;132(2):133-6 
Health care system reform and the American Academy of 
Dermatology [editorial] Sams WM. Arch Dermatol 1996 
May;132(5):586 
Rx: itation... a bitter pill for the near future. 2400 
American dermatologists in the year 2000? Stanton DL. 
Arch Dermatol 1996 Apr;132(4):387-9 


DERMATOMYCOSES 


Cutaneous Cryptococcus infection and AIDS. Report of 12 
cases and review of the literature. Murakawa GJ, et al. 
Arch Dermatol 1996 May;132(5):545-8 (36 ref.) 

Neonatal Malassezia furfur pustulosis. lanoro R, et al. 

Arch Dermatol 1996 Feb; P3202); 190-3 ( 


. patien' 
[letter] Schmitt EC, et al. 
Arch Dermatol 1996 “ren 3acry 233-4 
connie lesions due to Pleurophoma (Phoma) complex. 
Rosen T, et al. South Med J “1996 Apr;89(4):431-3 


DERMATOMYOSITIS 


Cutaneous manifestations of selected rheumatologic diseases. 
Ostezan et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr; 
$35): 1625-36 (14 ref.) 

Case Report: amyopathic dermatomyositis associated with 

transformed malignant lym; Osman Y, et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 May;311(5):240-2 

Use of sequential DTPA clearance and high resolution 
computerized tomography in Goud interstitial lung 
disease in dermatomyositis. Hill C, et 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Feb;35(2):164-6 

Irreversible visual loss in dermatomyositis. Yeo LM, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1995 Dec;34(12):1179-81 

Necrotizing myopathy with pipestem capillaries and minimal 
cellular infiltration: a case associated with cutaneous signs 
of dermatomyositis. Authier FJ, et al. Neurology 1996 May; 
46(5):1448-51 

Elevated serum levels of manganese superoxide dismutase 
in polymyositis and dermatomyositis. Mokuno K, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1445-7 


DERMOID CYST 


Ovarian dermoid cyst-associated autoimmune hemolytic 
anemia: a case f with emphasis on pathogenic 
mechanisms. Cobo F, et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1996 
105(5):567-71 


DESENSITIZATION, IMMUNOLOGIC 


Successful desensitization for treatment of a fixed drug 
eruption to al rinol. Kelso JM, et al. 
J Allergy Clin 1996 May;97(5):1171-2 
Neutralizing antiidiotypic antibodies to factor VIII inhibitors 
after desensitization in patients with hemophilia A. Gilles 
JG, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Mar 15;97(6):1382-8 


DESIGNER DRUGS 


Two very different fatal cases associated with the use of 
methy »xyethylamp (MDEA): Eve as deadly 
as Adam fletter] Iwersen S, et al. 

J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996; 40): 241-4 

Illicit fentanyl in Europe [letter] Berens Al, et al. Lancet 

1996 May 11;347(9011):1334-5 


DESMOPRESSIN 


1-Deamino-[8-D-arginine] vasopressin-induced maternal 
plasma hypoosmolality increases ovine amniotic fluid 
volume. Ross MG, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr; 
174(4):1118-25; discussion 1125-7 


DESOGESTREL 


No alert from CPMP on oral contraceptives [news] 
Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1175 











DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 


DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 


Malaria: submerged awareness [letter] Hartwig KN. 
JAMA 1996 y 15;275(19):1482 


DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 


Few int requests come from less privileged countries 
[letter] Burrows NP. BMJ 1996 Feb yen ag 


Learning from eet al. BM ise Maen Lian tries [letter] 
Gunasekera PC, et al. BMJ 1996 May Btageesis-2 


1 infection in northeast Brazil 
F Pediatr 1996 ‘Apr.128(4).497- 504 


Malaria: awareness [letter] Hartwig KN. 
JAMA 1996 y 15;275(19):1482 
USA aborts family 


international planning 
Lancet 1996 iy bn 4.347(9010). 1265 
Presumed Pott's disease [letter] Jellis J, et al. Lancet 1996 
Feb 17;347(8999):476-7 


DEXAMETHASONE 


Oe, eee atainns date of Coie 
yn steroids on Oularyegel Heed Ned patients. Senders 

Neck Surg 1996 Mar; 

i2a0)267- n 
Concerns of secondary fever in goer ome ~—— 


in an era of increasing antibiotic 
Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May May; 


meningitis 

Esterle TM, et al. Arch 

150(5):552-4 

Characteristics of the intestinal epithelial barrier during 
dietary manipulation and glucocorticoid stress. Spitz JC, 
et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;24(4):635-41 

1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 enhances the enzymatic activity 
and expression of the messen ribonucleic acid for 
aromatase cytochrome past synergistically with 
dexamethasone depending on the vitamin D receptor level 
> ecient tnaue ateditam Teste & o oh 
Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1860-9 

Nitric oxide: an important articular free radical. Murrell GA, 
et al. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Feb;78(2):265-74 

Differential activity of dexamethasone on IL-2-, IL-4-, or 
IL-9-induced proliferation by murine factor-dependent T 
cell lines. Louahed J, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3704-10 

Heat shock mimics glucocorticoid effects on 
IFN-gamma-induced Fc — RI and la messenger 
RNA expression in a macrophages. Sivo 
J, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3450-4 


DEXTROCARDIA 


Isolated innominate artery in asplenia syndrome with aortic 
atresia: newly recognized cardiovascular complex. 
Papagiannis J, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):1042-4 


DEXTROMETHORPHAN 


Determination of dextromethorphan metabolic y= by 
salivary analysis with a —— to genot 


— S aeteg we ysis. Hou Y. et al. 
1996 Apr Aen 30(4)-411- 7 
A escalation safety and tolerance study of the 


pn nl ge ae antagonist dextromethorphan in 
a Steinberg GK, et al. J Neurosurg 
1996 1996 May:84( ):860-6 


DIABETES, GESTATIONAL 


Diagnosis and management of gestational diabetes. Weller 
ey Fam Physician 1996 May 1;53(6):2053-7; 2061-2 
) 
Jelly beans as an alternative to a cola ——— containing 
fifty ag of glucose. Boyd KL, et 
1995 Dec; n:i736) 1889-92 
eel insulin-stimulated nonoxidative glucose metabolism 
in glucose-tolerant women with previous gestational 
diabetes. Damm P, et al. ‘Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):722-9 
Prenatal and perinatal influences on long-term psychomotor 
development in offspring of diabetic mothers. Rizzo TA, 
et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1753-8 
it of gestational diabetes mellitus: a self-fulfilling 
y? [editorial; comment] Coustan DR. JAMA 1996 
17;275(15):1199-200. Comment on: JAMA 1996 Apr 
17;275(15):1165-70. 
Cesarean —- in relation to birth weight and gestational 
= a or practice style? 
to Trihospital tional Diabetes Investigators [see 
comments] Naylor CD, et al. JAMA 1996 Apr 17; 
275(15):1165-70. Comment in: JAMA 1996 Apr 
17;275(15):1 199-200. 


DIABETES INSIPIDUS 


Constitutive nitric oxide synthase in hypothalami of normal 
and h rats and mice: role of 
nitric oxide in ‘comotic regulation and its mechanism. Wang 
H, et al. 1996 May;137(5):1745-51 

A new type of familial central diabetes insipidus caused by 
a single base substitution in the neurophysin II coding 
region of the vasopressin gene. Ueta Y, et al. 





J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May;81(5):1787-90 
gp MELLITUS 


a - t in diabetics 
“fedora poy By Pareicion 1996 May 1; 
Gr 198 ‘oor 
Gl ic control in diabetes mellitus: have changes in 
° made a difference? Nathan DM, et al. 
Med 1996 Feb;100(2):157-63 
- ~ lycemia during physical stress. Weiss D. 
Med 1996 es rv 
Effect of acute myocardium in diabetes. 
George AK, et al. Am J Med Sei 1996 Peb.3liyel-s 
Review: diabetic aap. h y ais ais 
hyperosmolar nonketotic rome. Umpierrez et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 May; vl pe te (75 ref.) 
Differences in the misreporting of chronic conditions, by 
level of education: So ee oo hee prevalence 
rates. Mackenbach JP, et al. Am J Health 1996 May; 
86(5):706-11 
ss should not put a child's health at risk [news] Roberts 
1996 Feb 3;312(7026):268-9 
1955 Proidential ‘Adddeess bnmy Ay 1 -R Ay Le 
again. Wishner KL. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):541-3 
Localization of binding sites in the central nervous s 


Endocrinology 1996 Apr; a 1497-500 
Platelets from patients with diabetes — ae nee 
ability to mediate vasodilation HJ, 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May:27(6): Nop1a64 70 
Model for state insurance legislation secure 
reimbursement for medical nutrition therapy for diabetes. 
J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May;96(5):446 
The degree/rapidity of the metabolic deterioration following 
interruption of a continuous ved — — 
is influenced by the ue pouvating Seat pees 
MJ, et al. J Clin Endocrinol 1996 Mays Bis).1975 1975-8 


Romanian physician contributes to the control of diabetes. 
Dumitrascu DL, et al. Mayo Clin Proc 1996 May;71(5):522 
Preventing complications in diabetes —- the role of the 


a physician. Laine C. 
North Am 1996 Man 60(2)457- 74 (96 ref.) 


DIABETES MELLITUS, 
EXPERIMENTAL 


Synchronization of the factors critical for diabetic 
teratogenesis: an in vitro model. Reece EA, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4): 128-8 
Diabetes exacerbates inflammatory responses 
ischemia— lusion. Panés J, ct al, Cirenlation 1996 Jan 
1;93(1):161-7 
LY290181, an inhibitor of diabetes-induced vascular 
dysfunction, blocks protein kinase C-stimulated 
transcriptional activation through inhibition of 
transcription factor binding to a response element. 
Birch , et al. Diabetes 1996 May; ne ang 0 oe 50 
Increased urea synthesis in ey eB dogs 
maintained a Effect of portal insulin 
administration and food protein content. Freyse EJ, et al. 
Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):667-74 
Evidence of a glycemic threshold for the formation of 
Rit etal Diabetes 1990 MaytS)387-98 Nagaraj 
H, et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):587-94 
increases sciatic nerve Sarr d to 
endothelin induced ischemia. Zochodne D 
Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):627-32 
Normalization of insulin secretion by 
2-adrenoceptor antagonist 
transporter expression in adipose tissue of type I i 
rats. Angel I, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Maar tansy2022 7 
Islet transplantation under the kidney capsule fully corrects 
the impaired skeletal muscle glucose transport system of 
streptozocin diabetic rats. Napoli R, et al. J Clin Invest 
1996 Mar 15;97(6):1389-97 
Regulation of cytokine production during development of 
autoimmune diabetes induced with mnuliple low doses of 
ozotocin. Herold KC, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 
9):3521-7 


DIABETES MELLITUS, 
INSULIN-DEPENDENT 


The athlete with type I diabetes: ing insulin, diet and 
exercise. Fahey PJ, et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr; 
53(5):1611-24 (22 ref.) 

en acetate supplementation at 

Pharmacologic doses decreases low-density-lipoprotein 
oxidative susceptibility but not protein glycation in patients 
with diabetes mellitus. Fuller CJ, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 
1996 May;63(5):753-9 
Postprandial insulin profiles with implantable pump therapy 
may explain decreased frequency of severe Sopceipsems, 
compared with intensive subcutaneous regimens, 
insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus patients. Nathan DM. 
et al. Am J Med 1996 Apr;100(4):412-7 

Pregnancy outcomes in the Diabetes Control and 
Complications Trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr; 
174(4):1343-53 

Does pregnancy increase the risk for development and 


progression of diabetic nephropathy? Miodovnik M, et al. 
Am J Obstet P anne 1996 Apr;174(4):1180-9; discussion 


hemod i fo Rizzo G, et al 
Am J Obstet For 1995 Dec;173(6):1775-81 

The incidence of hypertension in insulin it diabetes. 
Klein R, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):622- 7 

Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus in twins. Differences 
between monozygotic and dizygotic twins may need to 
be taken into account [letter] Davis JA. BMJ 1996 Feb 
3,312(7026):313-4 

Cohort study of predictive value of urinary albumin excretion 
for atherosclerotic vascular disease in patients with insulin 
dependent diabetes. Deckert T, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 6; 
312(7035):871-4 

Fetal size at birth in relation to quality of blood glucose 


Gynascel 1996 ~~ 103(5):427- 33 
tn 4 ny abnormalities in short-term insulin 
deficiency: the role of in inhibition. Avogaro 
A, et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):602-9 

Plasma leptin and insulin relationships in obese and nonobese 
humans. Dagogo-Jack S, et al. Diabetes 1996 May; 
45(5):695-8 

Kilham rat triggers T-cell-dependent autoimmune diabetes 
in multiple strains of rat. Ellerman KE, et al. Diabetes 1996 
May;45(5):557-62 

Increased urea synthesis in insulin-dependent diabetic 
maintained —— Effect of portal insulin 
administration and food protein content. Freyse EJ, et al. 
Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):667-74 

Association of HLA-DPBi*0301 with IDDM _ in 
Mexican-Americans. HA Erlich, et al. Diabetes 1996 May; 
45(5):610-4 

The search for IDDM rr genes: the next 
generation. Owerbach D, et Diabetes 1996 May; 
45(5):544-51 (79 ref.) 

High seroprevalence of Helicobacter pylori in diabetes 
melitus patients Oldenburg B, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar; 
41(3):458-6 
Inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) in are islets 
of nonobese diabetic mice: identification iNOS- 
expressing cells and relationships to pas ty expressed 
in the islets. Rabinovitch A, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May; 
137(5):2093-9 

Controlled portions rd presweetened cereals present no 
glycemic penalty persons with insulin-dependent 
Siabetes mellitus. Wheeler ML. et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 
May;96(5):458-63 

Four IgG anti-islet human monoclonal antibodies isolated 
from a type | diabetes patient recognize distinct epitopes 
of glutamic acid decarboxylase 65 and are comatieay 
mutated. Madec AM, et al. J Immunol 1996 May |; 
156(9):3541-9 

Urodynamic evaluation in simultaneous insulin-dependent 
diabetes mellitus and end s' renal disease [see comments] 
Menéndez V, et al. J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2001-4. 
Comment in: J Urol 1996 Jun;155(6):2012-3. 

Oxidative damage to DNA in diabetes mellitus. Dandona 
P, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):444-5 

ae of cadaveric ne transplantation versus 

kidney-panc: tation in diabetic 
outlets [letter] Secchi A. et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):827 

Mortality of cadaveric kidney tation versus 
combined kidney-pancreas transplantation in diabetic 
ee Peel Sas Ye. et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 23; 
347(9004):826- 
perimental models suggest therapies fo: 

[news] Smith R. Lancet 1996 Apr 27; SANGO 1175 


DIABETES MELLITUS, 
NON-INSULIN-DEPENDENT 


pe ta een ae acetate supplementation at 
pharmacologic doses decreases low-density-lipoprotein 
oxidative ility but not protein glycation in patients 
with diabetes a olliten Fuller CJ, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 
1996 May;63(5):753-9 

Weight and ex. diabetes mellitus 
Pi-Sunyer FX J Nutr 1996 Mar;63(3 
Suppl):426S-429S (53 ref.) 

Case : diabetic hic hemolytic anemia and 
thrombocytopenia with anti holipid syndrome. Morita 
H, et al. Am J Med Sci 1996 Mar;311(3):148-51 

Decreased insulin-mediated but not non-insulin-dependent 
glucose disposal rates in glucose intolerance and type Il 
diabetes in African (Ghanaian) immigrants. Osei K, et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 Mar;311(3):113-21 

Dangers of new drugs. Does your facility or team have a 
a for incorporating new agents? Lilley LL, et al. 
Am J Nurs 1996 Feb;96(2):18-9 

Abdominal fat and insulin resistance 
overweight Direct reveal a strong 
relati ip in subjects at both low and high risk of 
NIDDM. Carey DG, et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):633-8 

Oral vanadyl sulfate improves insulin sensitivity in NIDDM 
but not in obese nondiabetic subjects. Halberstam M, et 

al. Diabetes 1996 May-45(5):659-66 


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preventing slowly progressive beta-cell failure in 
antibod y-positive ts with clinical features of 
NIDDM. Kobay: T, et al. Diabetes 1996 May; 
45(5):622-6 

Acute and chronic effects of insulin on 
in humans: Studies in vivo and in vitro. 
et al. Diabetes 1996 Roe ye 

Potentiation of effects of 'y monounsaturated 
fatty acids in obese NIDD! a. "Low CC. et al. 

5 Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):569-75 
uman obese gene: molecular screening in Japanese and 
Asian Indian NIDDM patients associated with obesity. Niki 
T, et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):675-8 
Evidence for a major gene for type II diabetes and linkage 
analyses with selected candidate genes in 
ee oe. et al. Diabetes 1996 May; 
4 -8 

Hematocrit and risk of NIDDM. Wannamethee SG, et al. 
Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):576-9 

Mitochondrial FAD- dehyd: 
G- - nga ~~ inwardly rectifying K+ c 
evidence for in maturity-onset diabetes of the 
young or NIDDM. Warren-Perry MG, et al. Diabetes 1996 
May;45(5):639-41 

High seroprevalence of Helicobacter pylori in diabetes 
ares. Sotass. et al. Did Die Sci 1996 Mar 
41(3):45 

Type II diabetes: how to use the new oral medications 
[interview by David B. Jack] Bohannon NJ. Geriatrics 1996 


Apr;51(4):33-7 

A 12-lipoxygenase product, 12-hydroxyeicosatetraenoic 
acid, is increased in diabetics with incipient and early renal 
disease. Antonipillai I, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 
May;81(5):1940-5 

Insulin secretion Bons resistance in nondiabetic Mexican 
Americans and non-Hispanic yey with a parental history 
of diabetes. Haffner SM, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 
1996 May;81(5):1846-51 

An ounce of ention [editorial] [see comments] Chua SC 
Jr, et al. J 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):591-3. Comment 
in: J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):591. 

Increased incidence of non-insulin 


mellitus ts [see comments] Pinhas-Hamiel 
O, et al. J 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):608-15. Comment 
in: J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):591. 
Oxidative damage to DNA in diabetes mellitus. Dandona 
P, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):444-5 _ 
Metformin-associated mortality in U.S. studies [letter] 
Innerfield RJ. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1611-2; 


discussion 1612-3 


DIABETIC ANGIOPATHIES 
Case diabetic microangiopathic hemolytic anemia and 


report: 
thrombocytopenia yndrome. Morita 
H, et al. vA Med St oe Marin hats 


: fucti 
olaczynski JW, 


t diabetes 


a factor binding to a phorbol response 
Birch et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):642-50 


DIABETIC DIET 


Potentiation of effects of weight loss by monounsaturated 
fatty acids in obese NIDDM patients. Low CC, et al. 
Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):569-75 


DIABETIC FOOT 


Prevention and care of diabetic foot ulcers. Birrer R 
a Fam Physician 1996 Feb 1;53(2):601-11, e156 ‘os 
) 


ees: compute 6 -Se Ste MR appearance in 
cadavers and diabetic its [letter] Moore TE, et al. 
Radiology 1996 Mar;198(3):909 


DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS 


Effect of acute ketoacidosis on the myocardium in diabetes. 
George AK, et al. Am J Med Sci 1996 Feb;311(2):61-4 
Review: diabetic and hyperglycemic 
hyperosmolar nonketotic syndrome. Umpierrez GE, et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 May;311(5):225-33 (75 ref.) 
Diabetic ketoacidosis from clozapine and lithium cotreatment 
] Peterson GA, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 May; 


[letter 
153(5):737-8 
The hemodynamic in short-term insulin 
deficiency: the role of . Avogaro 
A, et al. Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):602-9 
DIABETIC NEPHROPATHIES 
ae penny Beene. Gp O0 De Geiegnet cad 


y? Miodovnik M, et al 
ee Gynecol 1 Apr;174(4):1180-9; discussion 
il 


disease. Antonipillai I, et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 
May; 81(5): 1940-5 
Urod i t 


disease [see comments] 
J 1996 Jun;155(6):2001-4. 
Comment in: J Urol ‘1996 Jun; 155(6):2012-3. 


DIABETIC NEUROPATHIES 


Diabetic sensory neuropathy effect on ankle joint movement 
perception. Simoneau GG, et al. 
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1996 May;77(5):453-60 

Primary entive and secondary interventionary effects of 
acetyl- itine on diabetic ——— in the 

Worcester rat. Sima AA, 

J Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8): 1900-7" 

Abnormality of nerve conduction in diabetic neuropathy: Is 
there a functional relationship with the carnitine system? 
Arduini A, et al. Neurology 1996 Mar:46(3):851 


DIACETYLMORPHINE 


Myocardial _-. and rhabdomyolysis associated with 
a ic coma following opiate overdose. 
R, et al. "} Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1996;34(2): 199-203 


DIAGNOSIS 


Accessing intuition through ew vd for stress management, 
ous ites ale one iagnosis ] Burk DL 
Jr. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996 May;166(5):1231-2 

Unanticipated diagnoses found at autopsy in an urban public 
teaching hospital. Bernicker EH, et al. Am J Med Sci 1996 
May;311(5):215-20 

tion versus 
medicine [editorial; —at Gallagher EJ. 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):236-8. Comment on: Ann 
Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):159-63. 

Association of pre mortem diagnosis 
in pediatric intensive care unit versus emer, y 
department versus ward patients. Goldstein B, et 

Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;24(4):683-6 


DIAGNOSIS, COMPUTER-ASSISTED 
The liction of fetal acidosis at birth by computerised 
ysis of intrapartum y [letter] Keith 
RD, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol | Jan; 103(1):94-5 
Clinical problem-solving: identifying Addison's disease 
] Hoffer EP. N Engl J Med 1996 May 23; 
334(21):1404; discussion 1404-5 


DIAGNOSIS, LABORATORY 


Video microscopy and we yong sy [editorial; 
comment] Wakely PE Jr. Am J Clin Pathol 1996 May; 


105(5):529-31. Comment on: Am J Clin Pathol 1996 
May; 105(5):599-603. 


DIAGNOSTIC ERRORS 


eo revealed by genetic linkage analysis in a ~~ 
with Wilson disease. Vidaud D, et al. Neurology 1996 May; 
46(5):1485-6 


DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING 


value of clinical examination and various imaging 

techniques for breast implant rupture as determined in 81 
jents having implant removal. Netscher DT, et al. 

Med J 1996 Apr;89(4):397-404 


DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES 


Minimum standards should be set for near patient testing 
a Crook M. yt 1996 May 4;312(1039). 1157 


oe Fy testing in primary care [editorial] Hobbs R 
1996 Feb S ;312(7026):263-4 


DIAGNOSTIC TESTS, ROUTINE 


ne Sf Gee) Oe ot Sinan procedures in a 

health care environment feditorial; comment] 

Epstein AM. JAMA 1996 Apr 17;275(15):1197-8. Comment 

on: JAMA 1996 Apr 17;275(15):1161-4. Comment on: 
JAMA 1996 Apr 17;275(15):1189-91. 


The impact of diagnostic testing on © interventions 
[see comments] Verrilli D, et al. J 1996 Apr 17; 
275(15):1189-91. Comment in: JAMA 1996 Apr 


am eae gp oe + 
ive ee Which studies in which 
"patent? et al. Surg Clin North Am 1996 
retinas 23 “a2 rw) 


DIAPHRAGM 
Relationship bet Fe ay compartments and 
eg -_ fletter) Marsman Jw. 
J Roentgenol 1996 Mar;166(3):722-3 
diaphragm 


name aus of ie due to blunt trauma: 
diagnostic 7 and specificity of CT. Murray JG, 
et al. AJR Am J Roentgenol 


it: methods of measurement in 


and autopsy findings 





A 12-lipoxygenase product, 12-hydro 
cat Sin tn Mein wih eigen and ety omah 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


1996 May;166(5): 1035-9 
The t -time index of the diaphragm revisited in 


DIET 


quadri patients with diaphragm 
al. Am J Crit Care Mod 1996 ape 53¢ sea Pe 113227 


DIARRHEA 


Eval child with chronic diarrhea. Leung AK, et 
re Physician 1996 Feb sy ee aes (23 ref.) 
Mucceally activated circulating human B cells in diarrhea 


a 
Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15; 31(4):42-5 
Electrolyte fluxes in the gut and oral rehydration solutions. 
hom th. an a te Clin North Am 1996 Apr; 
43(2):433-49 (64 ref.) 
Chronic nonspecific diarrhea of childhood: pathophysiology 
and management. CM, et al. 


Pediatr Clin North Am 1996 Apr; "45(2): 375-90 (103 ref.) 
Secretory diarrhea in children: newly recognized toxins and 

hormone-secreting tumors. Udall JN Jr. 

Pediatr Clin Am 1996 Apr;43(2):333-53 (78 ref.) 
Homeopathic treatment of childhood diarrhea ] Fisher 
P, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):776; discussion 777-8 
wy 5 ~ treatment of childhood diarrhea [letter] Jacobs 

, et al. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):778-9 
wT. treatment of childhood diarrhea [letter] 
es MA. Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):777; discussion 


DIARRHEA, INFANTILE 

Low birth weight and morbidity from diarrhea and 
—— infection in northeast Brazil. Lira PI, et al. 
J 1996 Apr;128(4):497-504 

Congenital enterocyte sulphate deficiency with 
massive albumin loss, secretory diarrhoea, and malnutrition. 
Murch SH, et al. Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1299-301 

Chronic diarrhea and Branski D, et al. 
Pediatr Clin North Am 1996 Apr;43(2):307- 31 Gor ref.) 


DIASTOLE 


Right ventricular diastolic dysfunction in heart failure. Yu 
M, et al. 1996 Apr 15;93(8):1509-14 


DICHLOROACETATE 


Increased acetyl group availability enhances contractile 
function of canine skeletal muscle during ischemia. 
Timmons JA, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 1;97(3):879-83 


DICLOFENAC 


Prophylactic use of epidural mepivacaine/morphine, 
systemic diclofenac, and metamizole reduces postoperative 
hine consumption after major abdominal surgery. 
ockemann MG, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May; 
84(5):1027-34 


DIDANOSINE 


Changes in biologic phenotype of human immunodeficiency 
virus during treatment of patients with didanosine. Zheng 
NN, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1092-6 

Resolution of refractory AIDS-related mucosal candidiasis 
after initiation of didanosine plus — inavir [letter] 
Zingman BS. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1674-5 


DIET 

The athlete with type I diabetes: ys insulin, diet and 
exercise. Fahey PJ, et al. Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr 
53(5):1611-24 (22 ref.) 

Screening for nutrition interventions: the risk or the 
differential-benefit a h? Ruel MT, et al. 
Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):671-7 

Dietary flavonoids, antioxidant vitamins, and incidence of 
stroke: the Zutphen study. Keli SO, et al. 
Arch Intern Med 1996 Mar 25;156(6):637-42 

Factors influencing the development of sigmoid colon 
cancer. Bacteriologic and biochemical studies. Kanazawa 
K, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl): 1701-6 

Characteristics of the intestinal epithelial barrier during 
dietary manipulation and glucocorticoid stress. Spitz JC, 
et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;24(4):635-41 

A food frequency questionnaire can detect eo 
changes in diet. Brown JE, et al. J Am Assoc 1996 
Mar;96(3):262-6 

The 1995 dietary guidelines for Americans: an overview. 
Kennedy E, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):234-7 

Determinants of body size ions and dieting behavior 
in a multiethnic group of hospital s women. 
Mossavar-Rahmani Y, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar; 
96(3):252-6 

Effect of participation in congregate-site meal programs on 
nutritional status of the healthy elderly. Neyman MR, et 


Quantitative use of the Food Guide Pyramid to evaluate 
dietary intake of college students. Schuette LK, et al. 
J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May;96(5):453-7 
= of diet, abdominal obesity, and physical activity 
to plasma ed levels in Asian Indian physicians 
residing in the United States. Yagalla MV, et al. 


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DIET 


J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):257-61 
. King EA. J Fam Pract 1996 


lymphoma in older women. 

Chiu BC, et al. JAMA 1996 May ng oe 
Case-control a S Parkinson's disease and 
intake. Morens DM, et al. Neurology 

¥;46(5):1270-4 
diarrhea of childhood: pathophysiology 
and CM, et al. 

Pediatr North Am 1996 Apré32): 375-90 (103 ref.) 


DIET, ATHEROGENIC 


Wap ea ee Se eavenes heart-disease: perhaps, but 
a ee Se JAMA 1996 May 8; 
275(18):1402-3 


DIET, FAT-RESTRICTED 


Effect on lipoprotein profile of replacing butter with 
margarine in a low fat diet: randomised crossover study 


with Prey subjects. Chisholm A, et al. 
BMJ | Apr 13; ewes 
Metabolic i 


insulin resistance in skeletal 
muscle fat feeding in rats. Kim JK, et al. 
Diabetes | Mey a5(5)6514 
Human fatty acid synthesis is stimulated by a eucaloric low 
fat, high carbohydrate diet. Hudgins LC, et al. 
J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2081-91 


DIET RECORDS 


Designing a client-administered food frequenc 
Bettin K, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May; 
$03)508-8 


of an electronic food diary with 


Kos 
J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):283-5. 
DIET, REDUCING 


Potentiation of effects of weight loss by monounsaturated 
a acids in obese NIDDM patients. Low CC, et al. 
1996 May;45(5):569-75 


DIET, SODIUM-RESTRICTED 


Effect of reduced dietary sodium on blood pressure: a 
meta-anal of randomized controlled trials [see 
comments} Midgley JP, et al. JAMA 1996 May 22-29; 
275(20):1590-7. Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 
22-29;275(20): 1604-6. 


DIET SURVEYS 


Trends in breakfast consumption of US adults between 1965 
and 1991. Haines PS, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May; 
96(5):464-70 


DIETARY CARBOHYDRATES 


Dietary supplement of neosugar alters the fecal flora and 

pes ay activities of some reductive enzymes in human 
Buddington RK, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May; 

oC ): 709-16 

Sugar nucleotide concentrations in red blood cells of patients 
on protein- and lactose-limited diets: effect of 
supplementation. Gibson JB, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 
May;63(5):704-8 

Paracellular apes of water and carbohydrates during 
intestinal perfusion of protamine in the rat. Shi X, et al. 
Am J Med Sci 1996 pb te 107-12 

Controlled portions of presweetened cereals present no 
glycemic penalty in persons with insulin-dependent 
diabetes mellitus. Wheeler ML, et al. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 
May;96(5):458-63 

Effect of su; by children. King EA. J Fam Pract 1996 
Apr;42(4): 


DIETARY FATS 


Position paper on trans fatty acids. ASCN/AIN Task Force 
on Trans Fatty Acids. American Society for Clinical 
Nutrition and American Institute of Nutrition. 

Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):663-70 (32 ref.) 

Epidemiologic analysis of Crohn disease in J : increased 
dietary intake of “we polyunsaturated fatty acids and animal 
protein relates to the increased incidence of Crohn disease 
in Japan. Shoda R, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May; 
6(5):741-5 

Effects of a very low fat, high fiber diet on serum hormones 
and menstrual function. Implications for breast cancer 
prevention. D, et al. Camcer 1995 Dec 15; 
76(12):2491-6 

Better t.east cancer survival for 7. +~ women who 
are less overweight and eat less fat. Iowa Women's 
Health Study. g S, et al. Cancer 1995 Jul 15; 
76(2):275-83 

Metabolic impairmen insulin resistance in skeletal 
—! durt arg Oe high- at a? in rats. Kim JK, et al. 

May;45(5):651-8 


82 


oe FE ay obese NIDDM patients Low OC, eta 
Dishetes 1996 May; ‘ 


po ane 569-75 i 
two Kea 


and fat content. 
but 


poo pe ge ty 
1996 
diets for 
ae 


Mavis): 926-30 


Dig Dis Sci 
fat coronary heart-disease: perhaps, 
] Siguel E, et al. JAMA 1996 May 8; 


"gaa 
~— 
275(18):1402 

Dietary fat 
GL, et al 
discussion 
a a 


and the risk of breast cancer [letter] Blackburn 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1606; 
607 


fat and the risk of breast cancer [letter] Walker AR, 
. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1606-7 


DIETARY FATS, UNSATURATED 


S tation with omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids 

roy it of dysmenorrhea in adolescents. Harel 
;174(4):1335-8 

Fat substitute 
BMJ 1996 Feb 3;312(7026):270 

Polyunsaturated idylcholine preven 1 
formation in a rat model of colitis. Mourelle M, et al. 
Gastroenterology 1996 Apr;110(4):1093-7 


DIETARY FIBER 
eee 20 Se Ss le ee 
en ae function. 


. Implications for breast cancer 
Seranenr D, et al. Cancer Dec 
<in2e-6 


Vegetable, fruit, and cereal fiber intake and risk of coronary 
heart disease among men [see comments] Rimm EB, et 
al. JAMA 1996 Feb 14;275(6):447-51. Comment in: JAMA 
1996 Feb 14;275(6):486-7. 

High fiber intake. Indicator of a healthy lifestyle (editorial; 
comment] Wynder EL, et al. JAMA 1996 Feb 14; 
275(6):486-7. Comment on: JAMA 1996 Feb 
14;275(6):447-51. 

Cholesterol, fibre, and bile acids. Spiller RC. Lancet 1996 

Feb 17;347(8999):415-6 


DIETARY PROTEINS 


Sugar nucleotide concentrations in red 
on protein- and lactose-limited diets: effect of 
supplementation. Gibson JB, et al. Am J Clin N 
May;63(5): 704-8 


Screening for nutrition interventions: the risk 
differential—benefit approach? Ruel MT, et al. 
Am J Clin Nutr 1996 May;63(5):671-7 

Epidemiologic analysis of Crohn disease in Japan: increased 
dietary intake of n—6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and animal 
protein relates to the increased incidence of Crohn disease 
in Japan. Shoda R, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1996 Ma 
63(5):741-5 
Increased urea synthesis in insulin-dependent diabetic = 
maintained no’ ycemic: Effect of portal 
administration and food protein content. Freyse EJ, “aa. 
Diabetes 1996 May;45(5):667-74 

Vegetable proteins can stand alone 
J Am Diet Assox Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):230-2 

Effect of protein intake on 
erythropoietin treatment of anemia of prematuri' 
MS, et al. J Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):512-7 

protein and blood [see 


Obarzanek E, et ; 
275(20): 1598-603 Ae ref.). Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 
22-29;275(20): 1604-6. 


DIETETICS 


15; 


] Gordon D. 


during 


J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May;96(5):446 
Fellow of the American Dietetic 
program: development 
portfolio—based assessment. Bradley 
J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May:96(5):513-7 
Practicing dietetics without a traditional dietetics department: 
shared governance [news] Harrison S. J Am Diet Assoc 
1996 May.96(5):447 


Role of the dietitian in hospital wellness centers in a southern 
poy tye 1 Salmon DC, et al. 
J Am Diet Assoc 1996 May;96(5):503-5 


DIETHYLNITROSAMINE 


Blast-like cell compartment in  carcinogen-induced 
proliferating bile ductules. Novikoff PM, et al. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1473-92 


DIETHYLSTILBESTROL 


Alterations of maternal levels d affect 
the skeleton of female Mi tects Set oh 
1996 May; 137(5):2118-25 


DIGESTION 


causes delay in 


Omeprazole | a wmts of digestible 
meals. Benini L, et al. Dig Sci 1 Mar;41(3):469-74 


Gastric antrectomy with selective gastric vagotomy does not 


influence Loews oy motility di ‘mterdigenive. a = 
41(5):835-9 —e Nee aD re 


DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 


Cellular distribution of - receptors in human digestive 
tissues. Garcia et al. 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab ie May;81(5):1861-6 


DIGESTIVE SYSTEM NEOPLASMS 


Radioimmunoassay for plasma glutathione S-transferase-pi 
and its clinical application in gastrointestinal cancer. Fan 
KC, et al. Cancer 1995 Oct 15;76(8):1363-7 


DIGOXIN 


Influence of digitalis on left ventricular functional response 
to exercise in ive heart failure. Morisco C, et al. 
Am J Cardiol | Mar 1;77(7):480-5 

Drugs for atrial fibrillation. Digoxin comes from Digitalis 
lanata [letter] Hollman A. B 1996 Apr 6;312(7035):912 


DIHYDROERGOTAMINE 


Central activation of the trigeminovascular pathway in the 
cat is inhibited by Ba moe A c-Fos and 
elect ysiological study. Hoskin KL, et al. Brain 1996 
Feb;119 ( Pt 1):249-56 


DIHYDROPYRIDINES 


Short dihydropyridine a _-y cutoiere channel 
blockers for hypertension: is ? Beevers DG, 
et al. BMJ 1996 May 4;312(7039): ase (19 ref.) 


DILATATION 


Predictors for frequent esophageal dilations of benign 
strictures. Agnew SR, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 
41(5):931-6 


DILTIAZEM 
Diltiazem enhances the effects of triazolam by inhibiting its 
metabolism. Varhe A, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1996 Apr; 
59(4):369-75 
Photosensitivity skin reactions to calcium channel blockers. 
ee (oe OS ee ae 
97(3):852-5 


DIMENHYDRINATE 


Dimenhydrinate decreases vomiting after strabismus surgery 
in children. Vener DF, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Apr; 
82(4):728-31 


16,16-DIMETHYLPROSTAGLANDIN 
E2 


High systemic HCOX-) and topical 16,16-dimethyl-PGE2 
protect gastric mucosa against luminal acid by enhancing 
its preepithelial buffer capacity. Ranta~Knuuttila T, et al. 
Dig Dis Sci 1996 Mar;41(3):492-7 


DINOPROST 


a of endothelin-1 on bovine luteal cell function: role 
F2alpha-induced antisteroidogenic action. 
Girsh E, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1306-12 


DINOPROSTONE 


Randomized comparison of the effects of endocervical and 
vaginal prostaglandin E2 gel in women with various 
1 i Dutch Collaborative 


-173(6):1859-64 
Efficacy of ay induction with low-dose intravaginal 
—_—< 


a randomized, 
eee gmk FE trial. O Brien JM, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec; ite 1855-9 


[see comments] 
J Clin Invest 1996 Apr IsoNeyl 8-82. notes in: J 
Clin Invest 1996 Apr 15;97(8):1787. 

Nitric oxide amplifies interleukin |-induced 
cyclooxygenase-2 expression in rat mesangial cells. Tetsuka 
T, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 May 1;97(9):2051-6 

Immunosuppression after endotoxin shock: the result of 
multiple anti-inflammatory factors. Junger WG, et al. 

J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):702-9 
in E2 production by endotoxin-stimulated 
alveolar 


is regulated by —— Cc 
pathways. Lo CJ, et al. J Trauma 1996 Apr;40(4):557-62; 
discussion 563 





DIOCTYL SULFOSUCCINIC ACID 
Error in for Colace docusate sodium in 1996 CPS 

[letter] Lim RE. Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 1;154(9):1317 
DIOXINS 


Effects of polychlorinated biphenyl/dioxin exposure and 
~— a on infants’ mental and vr reeg 
Pediatrics 1996 


P eboom C, et al. 
00-6 
DIOXOLES 





DIPEPTIDES 


Hydroxamate-based metalloprotease inhibitor blocks 
shedding of L-selectin adhesion molecule from leukocytes: 
functional consequences for neutrophil 

Bennett TA, et al. J Immanol 1996 May 1:1569) ‘tes 


DIPEPTIDYL PEPTIDASES 


A novel heparin-dependent processing pathway for human 
tryptase. Autocatalysis followed by activation with 
Seat I [see comments] Sakai K, et al. 

J Clin Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):988-95. Comment in: J Clin 
Invest 1996 Feb 15;97(4):895-6. 


DIPHENHYDRAMINE 


Antihistaminics in idiopathic dystonia [letter] Lang AE. 
Arch Neurol 1996 May;53(5):405 


DIPHOSPHONATES 


From the Food and Drug Administration. Nightingale SL. 
JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1534 


DIPHTHERIA 


From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
Diphtheria outbreak--Saraburi Province, Thailand, 1994. 
JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1308 


DIPYRIDAMOLE 


Left ventricular cavity size determined by preoperative 
dipyridamole thallium scintigraphy as a predictor of late 
cardiac events in vascular surgery patients. Emlein G, et 
al. Am Heart J 1996 May;131(5):907-14 

Dipyridamole technetium-99m sestamibi myocardial 
tomography in patients evaluated for elective vascular 
surgery: ag me value for perioperative and late cardiac 

events. Stratmann HG, et al. Am Heart J 1996 May; 
131(5):923-9 

Combined low dose dipyri stress 
echocardiography to iden myocardial viability. Picano 
E, et al. 5 Am Coll Cardiol 1996 May;27(6):1422-8 

The atropine factor in pharmacologic stress 
echocardi y. Echo Persantine (EPIC) and Echo 
Dobutamine en —— io 
Groups. Pin; Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Apr 
27(5):1164- 

Meta-analysis of intravenous dipyridamole-thallium-201 
imaging (1985 to 1994) and dobutamine echocardiography 
(1991 to 1994) for risk stratification before vascular surgery 
see comments] Shaw LJ, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 

ar 15;27(4):787-98. Comment in: J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
Mar 15;27(4):799-802. 
flow any changes after intravenous 
dipyridamole infusion: measurements using intravascular 
a wire. A documentation of flow 
y. Voudris V, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
Apr.2% ): 1148-58 

Tc-99m sestamibi cardiac SPECT imaging during coronary 

artery occlusion in humans: comparison with ey en 
stress studies. Borges—Neto S, et al. 1996 Mar 
198(3):751-4 


DIPYRONE 


Prophylactic use of epidural mepivacaine/morphine, 

systemic diclofenac, and metamizole reduces postoperative 

consumption after major abdominal surgery. 

Roc MG, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May; 
84(5):1027-34 


DIRECT SERVICE COSTS 


Cost of allogeneic and autologous blood transfusion in 
Canada. Canadian Cost of Transfusion Study Group. 
Tretiak R, et al. Can Med Assoc J 1996 May 15; 

154(10):1501-8 


DISABILITY EVALUATION 
Reduction in long-term disability in patients with rheumatoid 
arthritis by disease-modifying antirheumatic drug-based 


le-dobutamine 


ternational 
itore A, et al. J 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


treatment stra . Fries JF, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 
se 

Correlates of disablement in polyarticular juvenile chronic 
arthritis—a study. van der Net J, et al. 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Jan;35(1):91- 100 

Asthma, ayn oe —— and disability among adults 
treated b and allergy specialists. Blanc PD, 
et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 109(3):688-96 


DISABLED 


Functional disability and antibody response to influenza 
vaccine in elderly patients in a Dutch ni 
Remarque EJ, et al. agg ta Apr —— 

An overview of disability. k F, et 
Br J Rheumatol 1996 Bons 2):184-7 (6 = 

NHS Research & Development Programme on physical and 
complex disabilities [letter] Fielder A. Lancet 1996 Apr 
27;347(9009):1188 

= Research & Development Programme on physical and 

x disabilities [letter] Swales J. Lancet 1996 Apr 27; 
387 ):1188 

Advance care planning for children with 
needs: a survey of parental attitudes. 
Pediatrics 1996 May;97(5):682-7 


DISASTER PLANNING 


Emergency, disaster, and defense medicine: the Swedish 
model. Brismar B, et al. Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb; 
27(2):250-3 


DISCRIMINATION (PSYCHOLOGY) 


Selective deficits in visual perception and recognition in 
schizophrenia. O'Donnell BF, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996 
May;153(5):687-92 
Cerebellum is implicated in acquisition of sensory information 
[news] Choo V. Lancet 1996 Apr 27;347(9009):1173 


DISEASE MODELS, ANIMAL 


The squirrel monkey as an animal model of pelvic relaxation: 
an evaluation of a large breeding colony. Coates KW, et 
al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1664-9; 
discussion 1669-70 

Repeated administration of low-dose lipopolysaccharide 
en preterm delivery in mice: a model for human 

toad po apt and for assessment of the therapeutic 
salty o! phe delivery. Kaga N, et al. 
Obetet Gynecol | 1 Feb; 174(2):754-9 

A ot for the antiphospholipid antibody syndrome: 
monoclonal antiphosphatidylserine antibody induces 
intrauterine growth restriction in mice. Vogt E, et al. 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb;174(2):700-7 

The Santa Lucia strain of Plasmodium falciparum as a model 
for vaccine studies. II. Development of Aotus vociferans 
as a model for testing transmission-blocking vaccines. 
Collins WE, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr; 
54(4):380-5 

The Santa Lucia strain of Plasmodium falciparum as a model 
for vaccine studies. I. Development in Aotus lemurinus 
griseimembra monkeys. Collins WE, et al. 

Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):372-9 

Less than human, more than human. The use of mouse models 
in dermatologic research. King LE Jr. Arch Dermatol 1996 
May;132(5):508-10 

Polymyositis, arthritis, and uveitis in a macaque 
experimentally infected with human T lymphotropic virus 

I. Beilke MA, et al. Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr; 


type 
3%(4):610-5 

inetics of reconstituted human high-density 
lipoprotein in pigs after hemorrhagic shock with 
resuscitation. DiPiro JT, et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Mar; 
24(3):440-4 

Perfluorocarbon-associated gas exchange improves 

ony 


home. 
21015 


ial health care 
RH, et al. 


a lung mechanics, and survival in a model of 
Br ga distress syndrome. Papo MC, et al. 
Med 1996 Mar;24(3):466-74 (40 ref.) 
rosie ies immunoreactive cationic trypsin(ogen) pattern in 
reserpinized rat model of cystic fibrosis. Resetatess to 
humans. Weizman Z. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May;41(5):853-8 
"The good, the bad, and the ugly.” The role of chemokines 
in models of human disease. Strieter RM, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3583-6 (33 ref.) 
Infusion of ovine CSa into sheep mimics the inflammatory 
response of hemodialysis. Johnson RJ, et al. 
J Lab Clin Med 1996 May;127(5):456-69 


DISEASE OUTBREAKS 


Outbreak of keratitis to be caused by 

Acanthamoeba [see comments] Mathers WD, et al. 

Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):129-42. Comment in: 

Am J Ophthalmol 1996 Feb;121(2):207-8. 

Cuban epidemic neuropathy, 1991 to 1994: history repeats 
itself a century after the “amblyopia of the blockade". 
Ordiiiez-Garcia PO, et al. Am J Public Health 1996 May; 
86(5):738-43 

The cost of a food-borne outbreak of hepatitis A in Denver, 
Colo. Dalton CB, et al. Arch Intern Med 1996 May 13; 
156(9):1013-6 

Travel associated illness [editorial] McKee M. BMJ 1996 


DISEASES IN TWINS 


Apr 13;312(7036):925-6 
Guidelines for control of measles outbreaks in Canada 
(revised 1995). Can Med Assoc J 1996 — 15; 
154(8):1197-1205 (3 ref.) (Eng, Fre) 
Ou of acute hepatitis C following the use of 


anti-hepatitis C virus 

immunoglobulin y [see comments] Healey CJ, et al. 
Gastroenterology | "ion 110(4):1120-6. Comment in: 
Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 110(4):1307-10. 

Patterns and predictability in a infections. Morse SS. 
Hosp Pract (Off Ed) 1996 Apr 15;31(4):85-91, 96-101, 104 
passim (11 ref.) 

Staphylococca! food poisoning caused by imported canned 
mushrooms. Levine WC, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May; 
173(5):1263-7 


From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
Diphtheria outbreak--Saraburi Province, Thailand, 1994. 
JAMA 1996 May 1;275(17):1308 

Group A _ streptococcal skin infections after indoor 
association football tournament [letter] Falck G. Lancet 
1996 Mar 23;347(9004):840-1 

How safe is our food? Lessons from an outbreak of 
salmonellosis [editorial; comment] Blaser MJ. 

N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1324—5. Comment on: 
N Engl J Med 1996 May 16;334(20):1281-6. 

A national outbreak of Salmonella enteritidis infections from 
ice cream. oe Investigation Team [see comments] 
Hennessy TW, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 May 16; 
334(20):1281-6. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996 May 
16;334(20):1324—5. 





DISEASE RESERVOIRS 


Characterization of Oliveros virus, a new member of the 
Tacaribe — (Arenaviridae: Arenavirus). Mills JN, 
et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):399-404 


DISEASE SUSCEPTIBILITY 


Findings on host —— genes for infectious diseases are 


pointing the way vaccines [news] Stephenson J. 
JAMA 1996 May Ws 27819): 1464-5 


DISEASE TRANSMISSION, 
PROFESSIONAL-TO-PATIENT 


Hepatitis C virus infection among health care workers. Davis 
GL. JAMA 1996 May 15; 27519): 1474 


DISEASE TRANSMISSION, VERTICAL 


campaign is directed at women with HIV or AIDS 

[news] Am i — 1996 Feb 1;53(2):466 

Vertical transmission of human papillomavirus from infected 
mothers to their newborn babies and persistence of the virus 
in childhood. Puranen M, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 
Feb; 174(2):694-9 

A matter of trust: mandatory HIV roy [letter] Lar: 

D, et al. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996 May;150(5):55: 

Transmission of HIV-1 in the breast-feeding ae Bleck 
RF. J Am Diet Assoc 1996 Mar;96(3):267-74; quiz 275-6 
(61 ref.) 

Perinatal HIV infection and the effect of zidovudine therapy 
on transmission in rural and urban counties [see comments 
Fiscus SA, et al. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1483-8. 
Comment in: JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1514-5. 

Preventing perinatal HIV infection. How far have we come? 
[editorial; comment] Simonds RJ, et al. JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19):1514-5. Comment on: JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19):1483-8. Comment on: JAMA 1996 May 
15;275(19):1504-6. 

Zidovudine use to reduce perinatal HIV type | transmission 
in an urban medical center [see comments] Wiznia AA, 
et al. JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1504-6. Comment in: 
JAMA 1996 May 15;275(19):1514-5. 

HIV quantification: useful for prediction of vertical 
transmission? [letter] Zéllner B, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30; 
347(9005):899 

Reducing mother-to-infant transmission of HIV — the door 
remains open [editorial; comment] Landers DV, et al. 

N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1664-5. Comment on: 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20;334(25):1619-23. 

Obstetrical factors and the transmission of human 
immunodeficiency virus type 1 from mother to child. The 
Women and Infants Transmission Study [see comments] 
Landesman SH, et al. N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 20; 
334(25):1617-23. Comment in: N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 
20;334(25): 1664-5. 


DISEASES IN TWINS 


The identification and validation of distinct depressive 
syndromes in a population-based sample of female twins. 
Kendler KS, et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 May; 
aaa 
A hospital-based twin register of the heritability of DSM-IV 
unipolar depression. McGuffin P, et al. 

Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Feb;53(2):129-36 

The effect of Cushing 's disease on bone mineral density, body 
composition, growth, and puberty: a ~ of an identical 
adolescent twin pair. Leong GM, et 
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 May; (3): 1905-11 


83 





DISEASES IN TWINS 


by Langerhans calls HIV -discordant i 1 
= anti-interleukin (IL)-10 antibodies and IL-12. Blauvelt A, 
et al. J Clin Invest LAs 15;97(6):1550-5 

Rathke’s c yee ay et 
a ar Hayashi Y, et al. J Neurosurg 1996 Apr; 


in patients who have Larsen synd) 
ond, ef a. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 Apr: 
78(4):538-45 


eee Seas & ae gnds & Congas 
A case report. Yoshino N, et 
Bone Joint Surg Am 1996 ee eae 278-80 
Posterior eye & fusion for atlantoaxial dislocation 
associated with atlas. Jain VK, et al. 
J Neurosurg 1996 Apr;84(4):559-64 
atlantoaxial dislocation with type III odontoid 


genitourinary disruptions: a team approac’ 
Routt ML, et al. J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):784-90 


DISPOSABLE EQUIPMENT 
ay versus reusable 
a comparative cost = 
Am J Obstet Gynecol | 


surgical instruments: 
Schaer GN, et al. 
5S Dec;173(6):1812-5 


DISSEMINATED INTRAVASCULAR 
COAGULATION 


Curing a consumption coagulopathy with transcatheter 
embolization of a visceral artery aneurysm. Suhocki PV, 
et al. AJR Am j Roentgenol 1996 Apr;166(4):982-4 


DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS 


Intellectual functioning of inpatients with dissociative 
identity disorder and dissociative a hed not otherwise 
specified. Cognitive and neurops: —_ 
Rossini ED, et al. J Nere Ment Dis [956 Maye 184 184(5):289-94 


DIURETICS 


Is the cognitive function of older patients affected by 
antihypertensive treatment? Results from 54 months of the 
Medical Research Council's trial of hypertension in older 
adults [see comments] Prince MJ, et al. BMJ 1996 Mar 
30,312(7034):801-5. Comment in: 
30;312(7034):793-4. 


DIURETICS, SULFAMYL 


Acute hemodynamic and neurohoromonal effects of 
furosemide in critically ill pediatrics patients. Yetman AT, 
et al. Crit Care Med 1996 Mar;24(3):398-402 

Direct vasoactivity of frusemide [letter] Pickkers P, et al. 
Lancet 1996 May 11;347(9011):1338-9 


DIVERTICULITIS, COLONIC 


Acute diverticulitis of the right colon. Lo CY, et al. 
Am J Surg 1996 Feb;171(2):244-6 


DIVERTICULUM 

Metastatic umbilical transitional cell carcinoma from a 
bladder diverticulum. Rajan N, et al. J Urol 1996 May; 
155(5):1700 


DIVING 


Recreational scuba diving injuries. Clenney TL, et 
Am Fam Physician 1996 Apr;53(5):1761-74 (17 we) 


DIZOCILPINE MALEATE 


Concurrent — infusion of MK801 blocks spinal tolerance 
and induced by chronic intrathecal hine 
in the rat. Dunbar S, et al. Anesthesiology 1996 May; 
84(5):1177-88 


DNA 


Utility of fingernail DNA for evaluation of chimerism after 
bone marrow transplantation and for diagnostic testing for 
transfusion-associated graft-versus—host disease [letter] 
Uchida S, et al. Blood 1996 May 1;87(9):4015-6 

Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor (inflammatory 
pseudotumor): DNA flow cytometric analysis of nine 
pediatric cases. Biselli R, et al. Cancer 1996 Feb 15; 


BMJ 1996 Mar 


84 


71(4):778-84 
Levels of ty a ae + ll -2‘-deoxyuridine in DNA from 
blood as a marker of breast cancer. Djuric Z, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):691-6 
Induction of DNA synthesis by a si 
stimulus of human vascular smoot! 


transient mechanical 

muscle cells. Role of 
fi factor-2. Cheng GC, et al. 
1996 Jan 1;93(1):99-105 

nets of protein kinase A in human hepatocyte DNA 

ynthesis. Kaminski DL, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 May; 

41(5). 1014-21 

Constitutively active G(S) alpha-subunits stimulate Pit-1 
promoter activity via a in kinase A-mediated pathway 
acting through deoxyribonucleic acid binding sites both 
oS ee aes Se te response 


Endocrinology 1956 Apr:137(4)12 isnayiaee-ot 


In vitro, pony Bed x hormone prevents apoptosis and 
stimulates deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis in the rat 
seminiferous epithelium in a stage-specific fashion. 
Henriksén K, et al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):2141-9 

Deoxyribonucleic acid-binding ability of androgen receptors 
in whole cells: implications for the actions of androgens 
and an a Kuil CW, et al. Endocrinology 1996 
May; 1375): 18 

DNA-based 


Use of hetero 
ae, oes r 


ene transfer to follow 

tion of myosin heavy 
genes in Xenopus tadpoles. Sachs L, et al. 
1996 May;137(5):2191-4 

Induction of chinook salmon growth — promoter 
activity by the adenosine 3',5 -monophospha 
(cAMP)-dependent pathway involves two 
cAMP-response elements with the CGTCA motif and the 
pituitary-specific oa gs see factor Pit-1. Wong AO, et 
al. Endocrinology | jay;137(5):1775-84 

Effect of —— sroliferesion and cellular DNA synthesis 
on hepatitis B virus replication. Ozer A, et al. 

1996 May;110(5):1519-28 

Structural elements controlling anti-DNA antibody affinity 
and their relationship to anti-phosphorylcholine activity. 
Pewzner-Jung Y, et al. J Immunol 1996 Apr 15; 
156(8):3065-7 

Anticipating more anticipation. Morrison PJ. Lancet 1996 
Apr 27;347(9009):1132 


DNA, BACTERIAL 


A rapid, highly sensitive method for the detection of 
Francisella tularensis in clinical samples using the 
polymerase chain reaction. Fulop M, et al. 

Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr;54(4):364-6 

Origin and interstate spread of a New York City 
multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis clone 
family [see comments] Bifani PJ, et al. JAMA 1996 Feb 
14;275(6):452-7. Comment in: JAMA 1996 Feb 
14;275(6):487-9. 


DNA-BINDING PROTEIN, 
AMP-RESPONSIVE 


Constitutively active G(S) alpha-subunits stimulate Pit-1 
promoter activity via a protein kinase A-mediated pathway 
acting through deoxyribonucleic acid binding sites both 
for Pit-1 and for adenosine 3',5'‘~ response 
element-binding protein. Gaiddon 
Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1286-91 

Estrogen rapidly induces the phosphorylation of the cAMP 
response element binding protein in rat brain. Zhou Y, et 
al. Endocrinology 1996 May: 137(5):2163-6 


DNA-BINDING PROTEINS 


Monoclonal antibodies PG-B6éa and PG-B6p recognize, 
respectively, a highly conserved and a formol-resistant 
epitope on the human BCL-6 protein amino-terminal 
region. Flenghi L, et al. Am J Pathol 1996 May; 
a a 

membrane-distal cytoplasmic region of human 
“panulecye colony-stimulating factor receptor is required 
‘or STAT3 but not STATI! homodimer formation. de 
Koning JP, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1335-42 

Constitutive expression of GATA-1 interferes with the 
cell-cycle regulation. Dubart A, et al. Blood 1996 May 
1;87(9):3711- 

Constitutively active G(S) alpha-subunits stimulate Pit-1 
promoter activity via a protein kinase A-mediated pathway 
acting through deoxyribonucleic acid binding sites both 
for Pit-1 and for adenosine 3',5 monophosphate response 
element-binding protein. Gaiddon C, et al. 

1996 Apr;137(4):1286-91 

Activation of the JAK-STAT signal transduction pathway 
by oncostatin-M cultured human and mouse osteoblastic 
cells. Levy JB, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr; 
at 1159-65 

genic factor-1 as a positive regulator of rat granulosa 
ferentiation and a negative regulator of mitosis. 
Shapiro DB, et al. Endocrinology 1996 Apr;137(4):1187-95 

Induction of chinook salmon growth hormone promoter 
activity by the adenosine 3'5 -monophosphate 
(cAMP)-dependent pathway involves two 
cAMP-response elements with the CGTCA motif and the 
pituitary-specific transcription factor Pit-1. Wong AO, et 


CYCLIC 


al. Endocrinology 1996 May;137(5):1775-84 

Regulation of 3‘ IgH aw ee by a common set of factors, 
including kappa B-binding proteins. Michaelson JS, et al. 
J Immunol 1996 Apr 15. 1s6¢8): 2828-39 

Expression of IFN regulatory factor family proteins in 
lymphocytes. Induction of Stat-1 and IFN consensus 
sequence binding protein expression by T cell activation. 
Nelson N, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3711-20 

Salicylates inhibit I B-alpha phosphorylation, 
endothelial-leukocyte ad molecule expression, and 
neutrophil transmigration. Pierce JW, et al. J Immunol 1996 
May 15;156(10):3961-9 

Differential dysregulation of nitric oxide production in 
macrophages with targeted disruptions in IFN regulatory 
factor-1 and -2 . Salkowski CA, et al. J Immunol 
1996 May 1;156(9):3107-10 

Early B cell factor interacts with a subset of kappa promoters. 
Sigvardsson M, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3788-96 

A DNA binding protein in human thymocytes recognizes 
the T cell . Pree element psi J alpha. 
Verschuren MC, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; 
156(10):3806-14 

Anti-Yo-associated paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration 
in a man with adenocarcinoma of unknown origin. 
Krakauer J, et al. Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1486-7 


DNA, COMPLEMENTARY 


Molecular cloning of cytochrome P450 aromatase 

complementary deoxyribonucleic acid from 
periimplantation porcine and equine blastocysts identifies 
multiple novel 5 -untranslated exons expressed in embryos, 
endometrium, and placenta. Choi I, et al. Endocrinology 
1996 Apr;137(4):1457-67 


DNA DAMAGE 


Levels of 5-hydroxymethy!-2 -deoxyuridine in DNA from 
blood as a marker of breast cancer. Djuric Z, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Feb 15;77(4):691-6 

Oxidative damage to DNA in diabetes mellitus. Dandona 
P, et al. Lancet 1996 Feb 17;347(8999):444-5 


DNA, FUNGAL 


Identification by random amplification of polymorphic DNA 
of a common molecular type of Cryptococcus neoformans 
var. neoformans in patients with AIDS or other 
immunosuppressive conditions. Chen SC, et al. 

J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):754-8 

Correlation of Pneumocystis carinii PCR with clinical 
diagnosis in immunocompromised patients [letter] Weig M, 

et al. Lancet 1996 May 1:347(9010): 1266 


DNA, HELMINTH 


A polymerase chain reaction assay for detection of the 
parasite Wuchereria bancrofti in human blood samples. 
Zhong M, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg«1996 Apr; 
$4(4).357-63 

Polymerase chain reaction-based assessment after 
macrofilaricidal therapy in Onchocerca volvulus infection. 
Nutman TB, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):773-6 


DNA INSERTION ELEMENTS 


Angiotensin-converting enzyme insertion/deletion 
polymorphism and restenosis after pees angioplasty 
in unstable angina pectoris. Kasi JC, et al. 

Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr T5:77(10):875-7 

Angiotensin-converting enzyme insertion/deletion 
au me cag in ayo pectoris with normal coronary 

et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Apr 15; 
71(10): 77-9 
Enhancemen 


t of thyroid hormone receptor isoform 
specificity by insertion of a distant half-site into a thyroid 
hormone r element. Zavacki AM, et al. 
1996 Apr; 137(4):1438-46 
A prion disease with a novel 96—base pair insertional mutation 
in the prion protein gene. Campbell TA, et al. 
Neurology 1996 Mar;46(3):761-6 


DNA, MITOCHONDRIAL 


The COI mitochondrial gene encodes a minor 
histocompatibility oe presented by H2-M3. Morse 
MC, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 1;156(9):3301 -7 

Depletion of mitochondrial deoxyribonucleic acid in a family 
with fatal neonatal liver disease [see comments] Bakker 
HD, et al. J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):683-7. Comment 
in: J Pediatr 1996 May;128(5 Pt 1):597-9. 

Depletion of mitochondrial DNA in the liver of a patient 
with lactic acidemia and hypoketotic hypoglycemia [see 
comments] Maaswinkel-Mooij PD, et al. J Pediatr 1996 
May;128(5 Pt 1):679-83. Comment in: J Pediatr 1996 
May;128(5 Pt 1):597-9. 

A role for mitochondria in age-related disorders? [news] 
Stephenson J. JAMA 1996 May 22-29;275(20):1531-2 
Multiple mitochondrial DNA deletions associated with 
autosomal recessive ophthalmoplegia and severe 
cardiomyopathy. Bohlega S, et al. 1996 May; 

46(5):1329-34 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 





Polyneuropathy in the mtDNA base pair 3243 point mutation 
[letter] a Se W. Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1494—5; 


y in the mtDNA base pain 3243 point mutation 


— = MD, et al. Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1495-6 
AM syndrome associated with the 


overlap 
mitochondrial DNA 3243 mutation. Verma A, et al. 
Neurology 1996 May;46(5):1334-6 


DNA MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS 
——— receptor oe and mutation autres in 
J J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1996 1996 May;81(5): 1768-71 





D, et al. J Thorac Cardiowase Surg 1996 Apr.11i(4).827- 31; 
discussion 832 


DNA, NEOPLASM 
Clinical and pathological of microsatellite 
i rial carcinoma. Caduff RF, 


instability in i 
et al. Am J 1996 May;148(5):1671-8 

Five-year ive study of DNA tumor ploidy and 

cancer survival. Chapman MA, et al. Cancer 

1995 Aug 760): apd 

Ovarian tumors of low malignant potential. Correlation of 
DNA index and S-phase fraction with histopathologic 
grade and clinical outcome. Demirel D, et al. Cancer 1996 
Apr 15;77(8):1494-S00 

Mutations of the p53 gene in the out of patients with 


cancer. Eguchi S, et al. Cancer 1996 

Apr 15;77(8 fe 
Identification of resistant myeloid leukemic cells by 
measurement of DNA content, nuclear area, and detection 


Ie ar sea Emura I, et al. Cancer 1996 Mar 1; 


of p53 gene abnormalities in bilateral and 
i breast cancer. Kinoshita T, et al. Cancer 1995 
Dec 15.76(12):2504-9 


Unfavorable DNA ploidy and Ha-ras p21 findings in 
neuroblastomas detected i 


mass . Kusafuka 
T, et al. Camcer 1995 Aug 15;76(4):695-9 
Clinical implications of microsatellite instability in colorectal 

cancers. Muta H, et al. Cancer 1996 Jan 13:77(2):265- 70 


oe ey & in nonmelanoma skin cancer. Robinson JK, et 
1996 Jan 15;77(2):284-91 


Flow cytometric DNA analysis and lysosomal cathepsins B 
and L in locally advanced laryngeal cancer. Relationship 
with cli logic parameters and prognostic 

. Russo A, et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15; 
76(10):1757-64 

Microsatellite instability in pepemcuate Ty and 
adenocarcinomas of the stomach. Semba S, et al. 

Cancer 1996 = mage Suppl): 1620-7 

Prognostic evaluation DNA flow cytometric and 

histopathologic 


aeediheens a colorectal cancer. Tang R, 
et al. Cancer 1995 Nov 15;76(10): 1724-30 

Primary imtratesticular sarcoma. vhistochemical 
ul and DNA flow cytometric study of three 
cases with a review of the literature. Washecka RM, et 
al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8):1524-8 (26 ref.) 

Allelic loss of chromosome 17p, mutation of the p53 gene, 
and microsatellite instability in right- and left-sided 
colorectal cancer. Watatani M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
718 Suppl): 1688-93 

Gallbladder ive study among 


b com 
clinicopathologic Rs, and DNA content 
i i et al. Dig Dis Sci 1996 


evaluation of cell deoxyribonucleic acid content 
measured by flow cytometry in bladder cancer. Bittard H, 
et al. J Urol 1996 Jun; 155(6):1887-91 
Overexpression of p53 protein and DNA content are 
important ic prognostic factors for thyroid cancer. 
Nishida T, et al. Surgery 1996 May;119(5):568-75 


DNA PROBES 


Evaluation of a deoxyribonucleic acid probe for the detection 
Trichomonas secretions. DeMeo LR, 





1996 yenire 395-8 
Distribution ‘of hepatitis C virus genotypes determined by 


DNA, PROTOZOAN 
Evaluation of a deoxyribonucleic acid probe for the detection 
of Trichomonas vaginalis in vaginal secretions. DeMeo LR, 
et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Apr;174(4): 1339-42 

of very low level Plasmodium falciparum 


Detection 
infections using the nested polymerase chain reaction and 
a reassessment of the epidemiology of unstable malaria in 


Abridged Index Medicus August 1996 


Sudan. Roper C, et al. Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Apr; 
54(4): 325-31 


Field evaluation of a polymerase chain reaction-based 
nonisotopic liquid hybridization assay for malaria diagnosis. 
Oliveira DA, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1284-7 

Role of parasites in the pathogenesis of Chagas’ 

cardiomyopathy [letter] Bestetti RB. Lancet 1996 Mar 30; 

347(9005):913-4 


DNA REPAIR 

Mismatch repair function and neoplasia in ulcerative colitis 
[letter] Ilyas M, et al. Gastroenterology 1996 Apr; 

110(4):1322-3 


DNA, SATELLITE 


Microsatellite instability in precancerous lesions and 
adenocarcinomas of the stomach. Semba §S, et al. 
Cancer 1996 Apr 15;77(8 Suppl):1620-7 

Allelic loss of chromosome 17p, mutation “> the p53 gene, 
and microsatellite instability in right- and left 
colorectal cancer. Watatani M, et al. Cancer 1996 Apr 15; 
77(8 Suppl): 1688-93 


DNA TOPOISOMERASE 


Enhancement of anti-DNA topoisomerase I autoantibody 
response after lung cancer in patients with systemic 
sclerosis. A report of two cases. Kuwana M, et al. 
Arthritis Rheum 1996 Apr;39(4):686-91 

Camptothecins: new enthusiasm for an old drug [news] Rowe 
PM. Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(9005):892 


DNA, VIRAL 


Common Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) type-1 variant strains 
in both malignant and benign EBV-associated di \ 
Schuster V, et al. Blood 1996 Feb 15;87(4):1579-85 

Detection of polyomaviral DNA sequences in normal and 
adenomatous human pituitary tissues using the name 
chain reaction. Woloschak M, et al. Cancer 1995 Aug 1 
76(3):490-6 

DNA immunization induces antibody and cytotoxic T cell 
Se eg to hepatitis B core antigen in H-2b mice. 
Kuhober A, et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10):3687-95 

Detection of ganciclovir resistance mutations quantitation of 
cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA in leukocytes of patients 
with fatal disseminated CMV disease. Boivin G, et al. 

J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):523-8 

Nucleic acid vaccine encoding gD2 

simplex virus type 2 disease. 
J Infect Dis 1996 Mar;173(3):536-41 

Time to detection of cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNA in blood 
leukocytes is a predictor for the dev t of CMV 
disease in CMV-seronegative recipients of allografts from 
CMV-seropositive donors following liver transplantation. 
Manez R, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 May;173(5):1072-6 

Type-specific prevalence of human papillomavirus DNA 
among Jamaican col patients. Rattray C, et al. 
J Infect Dis 1996 3173(3):718-21 

Epstein-Barr Virus DNA recombination and loss in sporadic 
Burkitt's lymphoma. Razzouk BI, et al. J Infect Dis 1996 
Mar;173(3):529-35 

e: The detection of human papillomavirus deoxyribonucleic 
‘cid in intraepithelial, in situ, verrucous and invasive 
carcinoma of the penis [letter] Fleiss PM. J Urol 1996 Jun; 
155(6):2034—5; discussion 2035-6 
e: The detection of human papillomavirus deoxyribonucleic 
acid in int ithelial, in situ, verrucous and invasive 
carcinoma of the penis [letter] Van Howe RS. J Urol 1996 
Jun; 155(6):2035; discussion 2035-6 

HHV8 DNA in normal gastrointestinal mucosa from HIV 
seropositive people [letter] Thomas JA, et al. Lancet 1996 
May 11;347(9011):1337-8 

Kaposi's sarcoma and ry ee pope sequences in 


ma oes Sake [letter] Corbellino 
ied 1996 May 16;334(20): 341 
ania retinoids for the prevention of 


secondary 
hepatocellular carcinoma [editorial; poe A - Shafritz DA. 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1600-1. Comment on: 
N Engl J Med 1996 Jun 13;334(24):1561-7. 


DOBUTAMINE 


Dissociation between wall thickening of normal myocardium 
and cyclic variation of backscatter during ae 
stimulation. Feinberg MS, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 
1;77(7):515-20 

Analysis of microvascular integrity, contractile reserve, and 
myocardial viability after acute myocardial infarction by 
dobutamine echocardiography and myocardial contrast 
Sar: lliceto S, et al. Am J Cardiol 1996 Mar 
1;77(7):441-5 

The effects of dobutamine and phenylephrine on 
atrioventricular conduction during combined use of 
halothane and thoracic epidural lidocaine. Nishikawa K, 
et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar;82(3):551-7 

Dobutamine stress echocardiography in a heart 
transplant recipients [letter] Akosah KO, et al 
J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 Mar 15;27(4):953-4 

Dob ine-induced wal] motion abnormalities: correlations 
with myocardial fractional flow reserve and quantitative 


rotects mice from 
riesel JD, et al. 





DOPAMINE ANTAGONISTS 


y. Bartunek J, et al. 
1996 dipyridusnole-dobet 


Am Coll 





J Am 

aianatoneliel to identify m 
E, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol | 
The atropine factor in 


viability. Picano 
May2OU-8 


Groups. 
27(5): M164 
Meta-analysis of intravenous dipyridamole-thallium-201 
imaging (1985 to 1994) and dobutamine 
(1991 to 1994) for risk stratification before 
rae LJ, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
15;27(4):787-98. Comment in: J Am Coll Cardiol 1996 
Mar 15;27(4):799-802. 
Neither nor dobutamine reverses the anion 
in coouse, Asar G, ot ai, 5 Toname (996 Banta 
pressure. Azar G, et al. J Trauma May.40(3).679-85, 
discussion 685-7 


DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACIDS 
trolled study "Hamazalt 
T, et al. J Clin Invest 1996 Feb Peer er 


DOCUMENTATION 


Soap to SNOCAMP [letter] Adler ML. J Fam Pract 1996 
Apr;42(4):343 


DOG DISEASES 


Canine eae histiocytoma is an epidermotropic 
cell histiocytosis that expresses CD1 and 
— beta 2-in molecules. Moore PF, et al. 
Am J Pathol 1996 May;148(5):1699-708 


DOGS 
Defecation habits of cats and dogs and contamination by 


Am J Trop Med Hiyg 1996 FebssaQ7yi226 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 
Ok eee Dee eta ee eee ens anetp 


women in New Mexico. kle J, et 
Ann Emerg Med 1996 Feb;27(2):210-5 


DOPAMINE 
as | and b:ochemical effects of a depletion 


depression. 
HL. et al. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996 Feb;53(2):117-28 

Dopexamine hydrochloride in shock. Hannemann L, 
et al. Chest 1996 Mar; 109(3):7. 

Thyrotepie-~ “releasing hormone in critical illness: from a 

dent test to a strategy for increasing low 
serum triiodoth ine, prolactin, and hormone 
concentrations. Van den Ber, Lo et 
Crit Care Med 1996 Apr;24(4):590- 

Divergent prolactin and a moe SM activity a rats 
selectively bred for different 198 ay, 

Rots NY, et al. 313 * nda al 1678-86 

Regional distribution and kinetics of [ 
as a measure of cardiac s Feat activity Humans 
Coates G, et al. Heart 1996 Jan;75(1):29-34 

Chromaffin cell survival and host gic fiber 
recovery in a patient with Parkinson's treated dat 
a of adrenal medulla and pretransected 

e. Case report. Date I, et al. rermectd peripheral 
84(4): 685-9 (33 ref.) 

Neither dopamine nor dobutamine reverses the depression 
in mesenteric blood flow caused by — end-expiratory 
pressure. Azar G, et al. J Trauma 1996 May;40(5):679-85; 
discussion 685-7 

Dem mevesais otie ane 8 ta 5 n> Sane 
nerve cell death in Parkinson's ? Damier P, et al. 
Neurology 1996 So 46(5): a 


ith Parkinson's di 


displacement and PET. Tedroff J, et al. 
May;46(5):1430-6 
DOPAMINE AGONISTS 


Dopexamine hydrochloride in ic shock. Hannemann L, 
et al. Chest 1996 Mar 109(3)- 746-60 











DOPAMINE ANTAGONISTS 


Bolus metoclopramide does not enhance hine analgesia 
after cesarean section. Driver RP Jr, et at 
Anesth Analg 1996 May;82(5): mony wl . 
prey exaggerates stress-induced tachycardia in 
it sheep. Eisenach JC, et al. Anesth Analg 1996 Mar; 
a ):60 


607-11 
and neuro! malignant syndrome [letter] 

Tay D. JAMA 1996 Feb 14;275(6):446 
-induced <n in synaptic ine in patients 
with kinson's disease as measured by [11C]raclopride 





DOPAMINE ANTAGONISTS 


displacement and PET. Tedroff J, et al. Neurology 1996 
May;46(5): 1430-6 


DOUBLE OUTLET RIGHT 
VENTRICLE 


The arteries in hearts with discordant 
connections. McKay R, et al. 
5 Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 May;111(5)-988-97 


DOWN-REGULATION 
(PHYSIOLOGY) 

Vitamin A down-regulation of IFN-gamma synthesis in 
cloned mouse Th! lymphocytes on the CD28 
greeny y. Cantorna , et al. J Immunol 

1996 Apr 15;156(8):2674-9 

Recombinant IL-10 and IL-10/Fc treatment down-regulate 

egg antigen-specific delayed hypersensitivity reactions and 

granuloma formation in 

ee Vemane PO. ct ah 3 loomacl 1996 May 1; 
A... - a and regula by IFN- 

4 up- tion 
"ot tas call induction from mow spleen cell He ZQ, 
et al. J Immunol 1996 May 15; “a —- 

Mechanisms of Trypanosoma cruzi 

panes eel " vaapeye go Inhibition Fa 
transcription and of IL-2 receptor gam 
(p64IL-2R) and bens eke 2R) chain po ng .— 
activated normal human lymphocytes. Majumder §, et al. 

J Immunol 1996 May 15;156(10).3866-74 


DOWN SYNDROME 


First-trimester Down —F screening: free beta-human 


chorionic gonadotropin and pregnancy-associated plasma 
A. Krantz DA, et al. Piam J Obstet Gynecol 1996 


174(2):612-6 
maternal dried blood screening with 
alpha-fetoprotein and free beta-human 
for open neural tube defect and Down 
. Macri JN, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
1742). 566-72 
Are DADs (discriminant aneuploidy detection) as good as 
MOMs (multi of the median)? [letter] Palomaki GE, 
et al. Am J Gynecol 1995 Dec;173(6):1895-7 
MOMs (multiples of the median) may know best: there are 
insufficient data to suggest that nese (discriminant 


ee, detection) are yt oe Reynolds 
Am J Obstet Gynecol 1995 173(6): is 


Nicked free beta-subunit of human chorionic gonadotropi 
a potential new marker for Down syndrome abe. 
Rotmensch S, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1996 Feb; 
174(2):609-11 

Temporal bone study of Down's syndrome. Bilgin H, et al. 
Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996 Mar;122(3):271-5 

Serum —— ee for Down's syndrome. Creates stress for 

its [letter] Bunn A, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 

1312 sings 

Ethnic diffe 


chorionic 


TM. 


974-5 
— in outcome of serum screening for Down's 
in median values may account for 
differences in false itive rates a Ford C, et al. 
BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1040-1 
Ethnic differences in outcome of serum screening for Down's 
syndrome. For iable ethnic differences in false 
itive rates, use different cut off points [letter] Holloway 
J, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1041 
Recent advances in obstetrics. Figures on screening for 
Down's syndrome are inaccurate [letter] Kannard A, et 
al. BMJ 1996 Feb 10;312(7027):379 
Ethnic differences in outcome of serum screenin 
8 . Median values and maternal weight specific to 
ethnic group should be used [letter] Spencer K. 
m A. 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1041 
costs and benefits should be used in screenin, 
Wilener} ald N, et al. BMJ 1996 Apr 20;312(7037):1041- 
Recent advances in obstetrics. Testing for Down's syndrome 
carries too much stress [letter] Warner D. BMJ 1996 Feb 
10,312(7027):379 
Bioc screening for Down's syndrome [letter] James 
M, et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1996 May;103(5):486-7 
Serum screening for Down's syndrome between 8 and 14 
weeks of ~ ge International Prenatal Screening 
ynaecol 





for Down's 


Research Wald NJ, et al. Br J Obstet G: 
1996 May; 0% ):407- 12 

— freq of celiac disease in Down syndrome. George 

K, et Pediatr 1996 Apr;128(4):555-7 

psf 7. E allele distribution in parents of Down’ 
syndrome children. Avramopoulos D, et al. Lancet 1996 
Mar 30;347(9005):862-5 

Down's syndrome screening in the UK [letter] Nicolaides 
KH, et al. Lancet 1996 Mar 30,347(9005):906-7 

Down's syndrome scr: in the UK [letter] Reynolds TM. 
Lancet 1996 Mar 30;347(