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Guide to the Stanford University, Medical Center, Audiorecordings
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Audiorecordings

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Side #1: Case #1 - Fever of undetermined origin, which is finally determined in a subsequent clinic, to be thyroiditis. Case #2 - Discussion of a patient with pulmonic stenosis. Side #2: Excellent discussion by Emile F. Lohman on poststenotic dilatation. Case #3 - Eventration of diaphragm with BI hemorrhage, discussed by roentgenologists, surgeons, and Bloomfield
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Side #1: Case III - A 26-year follow-up of a case of streptococcus virians bacteremia. Case #2 - Results of treating leukemia with 6-Mercaptopurine are reported. Side #2:. Case #3 - Latrogenic symptoms from misleading x-ray reports, together with a discussion of mass x-ray chest surveys.
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Side #1: Case #1 - Radiologists, surgeons, and internists examine the future course of a patient with coarctation of the aorta; Case #2 - Treatment for an old mitral heart with pleural effusion is reviewed. Side #2: Case #3 - A case of coronary artery disease with electro-cardiographic changes presents a basis for discussion of coronary artery disease versus infarction; Case #4 - A general discussion of the diagnosis and treatment of lymphatic leukemia.
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Side #1: Case #1 - The organic and psychosomatic roots of obesity are reviewed; Case #2 - A case showing that sarcoid and pregnancy can co-exist. Side #2: Case #3 - An excellent review of the relationship between cholesterol and arteriosclerosis; Case #4 - A patient with aneurysm of the aorta is discussed from a surgical standpoint.
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Side #1: Case #1 - Discussion of the value of gastric analysis in distinguishing gastric ulcer from malignancy; Case #2 - Jaundice ascites is discussed from a differential diagnosis standpoint. Side #2: Case #3 - A patient with the Hayem-Widal syndrome (acquired hemolytic jaundice) is discussed; Case #4 - A young boy with hematogenous tuberculosis furnishes the springboard for a discussion of modern technology.
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Side #1: Case #1 - A patient with cirrhosis; Case #2 - A female patient with metastatic breast carcinoma treated with hormones and x-ray; Case #3 - A patient with an upside-down stomach attracts comments from all specialties. Side #2: Continuation of Case #3; Case 114 - Discussion of discoid lupus erythematosus in a patient with silicosis; Case #5 - Results obtained with anticiotics in a case of colon bacillus sepsis.
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Side #1: Case #1 - Diagnostic and therapeutic considerations in scleroderma; Case #2 - Myxedema in a colored female furnishes a stimulating discussion in two separate cases. Side #2: Case #4 - Excellent discussion of rheumatic fever; Case #5 Diagnostic methods in a patient with post-traumatic gastrointestinal hemorrhage, duodenal cyst. and hemorrhagic purpura.
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Side #1: Case #1 - Diagnosis of middle lobe pneumonitis submitted to pneumonectomy, together with a subsequent followup. Case #2 - Discussion of a patient with Hodgkin's Disease. Side #2: Continuation of Case #2; Case #3 - Examination of a woman with lupus erythematosus; Case #4 - Excellent general discussion of patient with periarteritis nodosa; Case #5 - Diagnosis and management of a patient with chronic ulcerative colitis plus pemphigus.