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ABRIDGED INDEX MEDICUS _ Subject Section

Author Section

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 119 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 selection of materials for indexing, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) is advised by a chartered committee of distinguished physicians, medical editors, and medical librarians. This group, the Literature Selection Tech- nical Review Committee (LSTRC), meets several 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 practitioner, and the need for pro- viding coverage of all 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. The list of jour- nals indexed will be reviewed periodically and is subject to change. 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 is concerned with erythromycin, it would be indexed under that term, rather than the broader ANTI- BIOTICS. Under the latter term, one would find only: (a) articles dealing with antibiotics generally, (b) those that deal in a very general way with a large number of named antibiotics, or (c) those that deal with specific antibiotics which 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 antifungal antibiotics, articles on the general subject of antifungal agents may also be useful.

The physician who wants articles on some aspect of the use of antibiotics in pediatric practice would certainly want not only general articles that would appear under ANTIBIOTICS, but also those concerned with specific antibiotics.

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:

Improved amphotericin B activity by a monoclonal anti-Cryptococcus neoformans antibody: study during murine cryptococcosis and mechanisms of action. Dromer F, et al. J Infect Dis 1991 May;163(5):1114-20

The above citation appears under four subject headings:

AMPHOTERICIN B

ANTIBODIES, FUNGAL CRYPTOCOCCOSIS CRYPTOCOCCUS NEOFORMANS

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 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:

Buchanan CR, Preece MA, Milner RD. Mor- tality, neoplasia, and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in patients treated with human pituitary growth hormone in the United Kingdom. BMJ 1991 Apr 6;302(6780):824-8

An Author Section citation may provide the names of as many as ten authors of an article. If an article has eleven or more authors, this is indicated by ‘‘et al’’ after the tenth author’s name. The complete citation is printed only under the first author’s name; the second through the tenth authors’ names are cross-referenced to the full citation under the first author’s name, thus:

Ball ED, Davis RB, Griffin JD, Mayer RJ, Davey FR, Arthur DC, Wurster-Hill D, Noll W, Elghetany MT, Allen SL, et al. Prognostic value of lymphocyte surface markers in acute myeloid leukemia. Blood 1991 May 15;77(10):2242-50

Davis RB see Ball ED Griffin JD see Ball ED Mayer RJ see Ball ED Davey FR see Ball ED Arthur DC see Ball ED Wurster-Hill D see Ball ED Noll W see Ball ED Elghetany MT see Ball ED Allen SL see Ball ED

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

Donald A.B. Lindberg, M.D. Editor-in-Chief, Index Medicus National Library of Medicine Bethesda, Maryland 20894

LIST OF JOURNALS INDEXED

A

ACADEMIC MEDICINE (PHILADELPHIA PA) Acad Med

AJR. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ROENTGENOLOGY (BALTIMORE MD) AJR Am J Roentgenol

AMERICAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN (KANSAS CITY MO) Am Fam Physician

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 DISEASES OF CHILDREN (CHICAGO IL) Am J Dis Child

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES (HAGERSTOWN MD) Am J Med Sci

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE (NEWTON An 3 Med

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING (NEW YORK ee Nurs

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

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY (CHICAGO IL) Am J Ophthalmol

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY (PHILADELPHIA PA) 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 SURGERY (NEWTON MA) Am J Surg

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE (LAWRENCE KS) Am J Trop Med Hyg

AMERICAN REVIEW OF RESPIRATORY DISEASE (NEW YORK NY) Am Rev Respir Dis

ANAESTHESIA (LONDON) Anaesthesia

ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA (NEW YORK NY) Anesth Analg

ANESTHESIOLOGY (PHILADELPHIA PA) Anesthesiology

ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE (DALLAS

TX) Ann Emerg Med

ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE (PHILADELPHIA PA) Ann Intern Med

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

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 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (WASHINGTON DC) Arch Environ Health

ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY (CHICAGO IL) Arch Gen Psychiatry

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 PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION (CHICAGO IL) Arch Phys Med Rehabil

ARCHIVES OF SURGERY (CHICAGO IL) Arch Surg

ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM (HAGERSTOWN MD) Arthritis Rheum

B

BLOOD (DULUTH MN) Blood

BMJ (LONDON) BMJ

BRAIN (OXFORD) Brain

BRITISH HEART JOURNAL (LONDON) Br Heart J

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 (NEW YORK NY) CA Cancer J Clin

CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL (OTTAWA) Can Med Assoc J

CANCER (PHILADELPHIA PA) Cancer

CHEST (PARK RIDGE IL) Chest

CIRCULATION (DALLAS TX) Circulation

CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCH (PHILADELPHIA PA) Clin Orthop

CLINICAL PEDIATRICS (CLEVELAND OH) 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 (NEW YORK NY) Diabetes

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

DISEASE-A-MONTH (CHICAGO IL) Dis Mon

E

ENDOCRINOLOGY (BALTIMORE MD) Endocrinology

G

GASTROENTEROLOGY (PHILADELPHIA PA) Gastroenterology

GERIATRICS (MIDDLEBURG OH) Geriatrics

GUT (LONDON) Gut

H

HEART AND LUNG (ST. LOUIS MO) Heart Lung

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

HOSPITALS (CHICAGO IL) Hospitals

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 DIETETIC ASSOCIATION (CHICAGO IL) J Am Diet Assoc

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 (BALTIMORE MD) J Clin Endocrinol Metab

LIST OF JOURNALS INDEXED

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 GERONTOLOGY (WASHINGTON DOC) J Gerontol

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 Otol

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

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 (WASHINGTON DC) 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

SURGERY, GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS (CHICAGO IL) Surg Gynecol Obstet

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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92-46 Silicone implants. January 1989 through July 1992. 985 citations. [S/N 817-008-00006-2] 92-5 Saliva as a diagnostic fluid. January 1982 through April 1992. 2298 citations. [S/N 817-008-00005-4] 92-4 Gallstones and laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Janu- ary 1989 through August 1992. 683 citations. [S/N 817-008-00004-6] 92-3 Adolescent alcoholism. January 1986 through April 1992. 928 citations. [S/N 817-008-00003-8]

Laboratory animal welfare. January 1991 through December 1991. 86 citations. [S/N 817-008-00002-0}

Methods for voluntary weight loss and control. January 1985 through December 1991. 1119 citations. [S/N 817-008-00001-1]

Biomedical effects of volcanoes. January 1980 through September 1991. 697 citations. [S/N 817-007-00019-8]

Seasonal affective disorder.January 1986 through December 1991. 402 citations.

[S/N 817-007-0001 8-0]

Health effects of global warming. January 1986 through December 1991. 175 citations. [S/N 817-007-00017-1]

Triglyceride, high density lipoprotein and coronary heart disease. January 1989 through February 1992. 1636 citations. [S/N817-007-00016-3]

Electromagnetic fields. January 1989 through October 1991. 733 citations.

[S/N 817-007-00015-5]

Postpartum depression. January 1984 through December 1991. 729 citations. [S/N 817-007-00014-7]

Diagnosis and treatment of early melanoma. January 1983 through November 1991. 447 citations. [S/N 817-007-00013-9]

Regional medical programs. January 1964 through December 1977. 602 citations.

[S/N 817-007-00012-1]

Acoustic neuroma. January 1986 through

October 1991. 1112 citations. [S/N 817-007-0001 1-2]

91-10*

Diagnosis and treatment of depression in late-life. January 1980 through September 1991. 886 citations. [S/N 817-007-00010-4]

Pain, anesthesia, and analgesia in common laboratory animals. June 1988 through October 1991. 474 citations.

[S/N 817-007-00009- 1]

Treatment of panic disorder with and without agoraphobia. January 1985 through July 1991. 1448 citations. [S/N 817-007-00008-2]

Adverse effects of fluoxetine (prozac). January 1987 through June 1991. 270 citations.

[S/N 817-007-00007-4]

Dental restorative materials. January 1986 through June 1991. 779 citations. [S/N 817-007-00006-6]

Transmissible subacute spongiform encephalopathies: transmission between animals and man. January 1986 through May 1991. 148 citations. [S/N 817-007-00005-8]

Medical waste disposal. January 1986 through January 1991. 629 citations.

[S/N 817-007-00004-0}

Nutrition and AIDS. January 1986 through April 1991. 668 citations. [S/N 817-007-00003-1]

Therapy-related second cancers. January 1986 through March 1991. 880 citations.

{S/N 817-007-00002-3]

Laboratory animal welfare. January 1990 through December 1990. 89 citations. [S/N 817-007-00001-5]

Human-pet relationships. January 1983 through December 1990. 385 citations. [S/N 817-006-00019-1]

Gastrointestinal surgery for severe obesity. January 1986 through December 1990. 548 citations. [S/N 817-006-00018-0]

Hospital technology assessment. January 1984 through December 1990. 784 citations.

[S/N 817-006-00017-5]

Blood substitutes. January 1986 through December 1990. 744 citations.

[S/N 817-006-00016-7]

Patient education for self-care: the role of nurses. January 983 through November 1990. 468 citations. [S/N 817-006-00015-9]

Adverse effects of aspartame. January 1986 through December 1990. 167 citations.

[S/N 817-006-00014-1]

Bovine somatotropin. January 1985 through October 1990. 1097 citations.

[S/N 817-006-00013-2]

Prison health care. January 1986 through September 1990. 1132 citations.

[S/N 817-006-00012-4]

Diagnosis and management of asymptomatic primary hyperparathyroidism. January 1986 through September 1990. 1057 citations. [S/N 817-006-0001 1-6]

Clinical use of botulinum toxin. January 1987 through September 1990. 318 citations. [S/N 817-006-00010-8]

Alzheimer's disease and the family. January 1986 through July 1990. 343 citations.

[S/N 817-006-00009-4}

Fish oils. January 1989 through July 1990. 653 citations. [S/N 817-006-00008-6]

Cocaine, pregnancy and the newbom. January 1988 through March 1990. 468 citations.

[S/N 817-006-00007-8]

Treatment of early-stage breast cancer. January 1985

through May 1990. 668 citations. [S/N 817-006-00006-0)}

ABRIDGED INDEX MEDICUS

ABBREVIATED INJURY SCALE

Association dedicated to crash injury control [news] Gunby P. JAMA 1992 Jul 15;268(3):304

ABDOMEN

Radiological case of the month. Pica. Jaber L, et al. Am J Dis Child 1992 May;146(5):633-4

Osteoarticular tuberculosis of the symphysis pubis presenting as a hypogastric cystic mass in a woman with primary Sjégren'’s syndrome. Manzaneque L, et al. Br J Rheumatol 1992 Jul;31(7):495-6

ABDOMINAL INJURIES

Acute appendicitis following blunt abdominal trauma [letter] Bangs RG. Ann Surg 1992 Jul;216(1):100

Acute appendicitis following blunt abdominal trauma: incidence or coincidence [letter] Bender JS. Ann Surg 1992 Jul;216(1):101

Enteral versus parenteral feeding. Effects on septic morbidity after blunt and penetrating abdominal trauma. Kudsk KA, et al. Ann Surg 1992 May;215(5):503-11; discussion 511-3

Clinical variables associated with high risk of associated abdominal injury [letter] Taylor GA, et al. Ann Surg 1992 Jul;216(1):99

Computed tomography in abdominal trauma: an audit of usage and image quality. Padhani AR, et al. Br J Radiol 1992 May;65(773):397-402

Gastrointestinal tract perforation in children due to blunt abdominal trauma. Brown RA, et al. Br J Surg 1992 Jun; 79(6):522-4

Periportal tracking on computed tomography scan diagnostic of extensive liver injury in a neonate. Manktelow A, et al. Crit Care Med 1992 Jul;20(7):1068-70

Salmonella typhi splenic abscess in an intravenous drug abuser following splenorrhaphy: case report. Drugas D, et al. J Trauma 1992 Jul;33(1):143-4

Laparoscopy in the evaluation of the intrathoracic abdomen after penetrating injury. Ivatury RR, et al. J Trauma 1992 Jul;33(1):101-8; discussion 109 (39 ref.)

Sonography in blunt abdominal trauma: a preliminary progress report. Tso P, et al. J Trauma 1992 Jul;33(1):39-43; discussion 43-4

ABDOMINAL NEOPLASMS

Acute megakaryoblastic leukemia simulating carcinoma. Ashfaq R, et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1992 Jul;98(1):55-60 Use of alpha-methyl-tyrosine for refractory hypertension in a child with neuroblastoma. Caballero R, et al. Crit Care Med 1992 Jul;20(7):1060-2

ABDOMINAL PAIN

Surgical abdomen due to Clostridium difficile-induced colitis [letter] Drapkin MS, et al. Gastroenterology 1992 Jul; 103(1):355

Chronic upper abdominal pain: site and radiation in various structural and functional disorders and the effect of various foods. Kang JY, et al. Gut 1992 Jun;33(6):743-8

ABDOMINAL WALL

Abdominal muscle use during breathing in patients with chronic airflow obstruction. Ninane V, et al. Am Rev Respir Dis 1992 Jul;146(1):16-21

Rectus abdominis hematoma after heparin injection [letter] Wolf KM. South Med J 1992 Jul;85(7):785

ABNORMALITIES

Value of routine ultrasound scanning at 19 weeks: a four year study of 8849 deliveries. Luck CA. BMJ 1992 Jun 6;304(6840): 1474-8

Varicella in pregnancy, the fetus, and the newborn: problems in management. Brunell PA. J Infect Dis 1992 Aug;166 Suppl 1:S42-7 (65 ref.)

ABNORMALITIES, DRUG-INDUCED

Pregnancy in patients with prosthetic heart valves: the effects of anticoagulation on mother, fetus, and neonate. Born D, et al. Am Heart J 1992 Aug;124(2):413-7

The absence of teratogenic effects of some analgesics used

SUBJECT SECTION

in anaesthesia. Additional evidence from a mouse model. Martin LV, et al. Anaesthesia 1992 Jun;47(6):473-6

Mefloquine prophylaxis against malaria for female travellers of childbearing age [letter] Balocco R, et al. Lancet 1992 Aug 1;340(8814):309-10

ABNORMALITIES, MULTIPLE

Temporal bone histopathological findings in campomelic dysplasia. Takahashi H, et al. J Laryngol Otol 1992 Apr; 106(4):361-5

ABO BLOOD-GROUP SYSTEM

Expression of blood group-related antigens, ABH, Lewis(a), Lewis(b), Lewis(x), Lewis(y), CA19-9, and CSLEX! in early cancer, intestinal metaplasia, and uninvolved mucosa of the stomach. Murata K, et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1992 Jul;98(1):67-75

Changing blood types [letter] Varki AP. N Engl J Med 1992 Aug 20;327(8):569

ABORTION

Pregnancy in patients with prosthetic heart valves: the effects of anticoagulation on mother, fetus, and neonate. Born D, et al. Am Heart J 1992 Aug;124(2):413-7

Receiver-operator characteristic, efficiency analysis, and predictive value of serum progesterone as a test for abnormal gestations. Cowan BD,

Am J Obstet Gynecol 1992 Jun;166(6 Pt 1729- 34; discussion 1734-7

Obstetrical history of Queen Anne [letter] Rolls R. BMJ 1992 Jun 13;304(6841):1572

Terminology used in early pregnancy loss. Chalmers B. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1992 May;99(5):357-8

ABORTION, EUGENIC

Fetal intracardiac potassium chloride injection to avoid the hopeless resuscitation of an abnormal abortus: II. Ethical issues [see comments] Fletcher JC, et al.

Obstet Gynecol 1992 Aug;80(2):310-3. Comment in: Obstet Gynecol 1992 Aug;80(2):300.

Fetal intracardiac potassium chloride injection to avoid the hopeless resuscitation of an abnormal abortus: I. Clinical issues [see comments] Isada NB, et al. Obstet Gynecol 1992 Aug;80(2):296-9. Comment in: Obstet Gynecol 1992 Aug;80(2):300.

The lesser tragedy [editorial; comment] Stenchever MA. Obstet Gynecol 1992 Aug;80(2):300. Comment on: Obstet Gynecol 1992 Aug;80(2):296-9. Comment on: Obstet Gynecol 1992 Aug;80(2):310-3.

ABORTION, HABITUAL

Reproductive outcome in women with recurrent spontaneous abortions of alloimmune and autoimmune causes: preconception versus postconception treatment. Kwak JY, et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1992 Jun;166(6 Pt 1):1787-95; discussion 1795-8

Mechanism of recurrent —— Ultrasonographic findings. Stern JJ, et al Am J Obstet Gynecol 1992 Jun; as “Pt 1):1844-50; discussion 1850-2

Study of the birthweight of parents experiencing unexplained recurrent miscarriages. Christiansen OB, et al.

Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1992 May;99(5):408-11

ABORTION, INDUCED

Prevalence of potential pathogens in cervical canal before termination of pregnancy. Cohn M, et al. BMJ 1992 Jun 6;304(6840):1479

A double-blind randomized study of the effect of erythromycin in preventing pelvic inflammatory disease after first trimester abortion. Sgrensen JL, et al.

Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1992 May;99(5):434-8

ABORTION, LEGAL

Medical abortion [letter] Duddington JG. BMJ 1992 Jun 27; 304(6843):1693

Medical abortion [letter] Kidd GM. BMJ 1992 May 23; 304(6838):1380

Abortion [letter] Doherty P. Lancet 1992 Jul 11;340(8811):120

abortion. I.

Abortion [letter] Poole J. Lancet 1992 Jul 11;340(8811):120 ABREACTION

Propofol and abreaction [letter] Robertson SM, et al. 1992 Jun;47(6):541-2

ABSCESS

Recognition of retropharyngeal abscess in children. oa. RW. Am Fam Physician 1992 Jul;46(1):193-6

re’

Gas-forming soft tissue abscess caused by ~~ pneumoniae [letter] Granowitz EV, et al. Am J Med Jul;93(1):105-7

Tuberculous abscess of the pancreas. Case report and review of the literature. Levine R, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1992 Jul; 37(7):1141-4 (24 ref.)

Spinal abscess and bacterial meningitis in Crohn's disease. Piontek M, et al. Dig Dis Sci 1992 Jul;37(7):1131-5

Pancreatic and hepatic abscesses: a late complication in 10 patients with chronic pancreatitis. Ammann R, et al. Gastroenterology 1992 Aug;103(2):560-5

Necrobacillosis--an unusual cause of cervical abscess. Chalstrey SE, et al. J Laryngol Otol 1992 Apr; 106(4):374—5

Infection = the neck spaces: a present day complication. Irani BS, et al. J Laryngol Otol 1992 May;106(5):455-8

Salmonella. typhi splenic abscess in an intravenous drug abuser following splenorrhaphy: case report. Drugas D, et al. J Trauma 1992 Jul;33(1):143-4

Prostatic abscess: diagnosis and treatment. Granados EA, et al. J Urol 1992 Jul;148(1):80-2

Tubo-ovarian abscess in postmenopausal patients. Lipscomb GH, et al. South Med J 1992 Jul;85(7):696-9

ABSORPTIOMETRY, PHOTON

The application of microdosimetry in clinical bone densitometry using a dual-photon absorptiometer. Waker AJ, et al. Br J Radiol 1992 Jun;65(774):523-7

Porosis around prosthesis [letter] Stulberg BN, et al.

J Bone Joint Surg [Br] 1992 Jul;74(4):631-2

ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTERS

Strategic thinking about health care reform. Knapp RM, et al. Acad Med 1992 Jul;67(7):452-3

Academic boycott of South Africa [letter] Rosner F. JAMA 1992 Aug 5;268(5):602

Impact of the Medicare fee schedule on an academic department of medicine. Shulkin DJ, et al. JAMA 1991 Dec 4;266(21):3000-3

ACANTHOSIS NIGRICANS

Prevalence and significance of acanthosis nigricans in an adult obese population. Hud JA Jr, et al. Arch Dermatol 1992 Jul;128(7):941-4

ACCIDENTAL FALLS

Patients presenting to family physicians after a fall: a report from the Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Network. Shepherd J, et al. J Fam Pract 1992 Jul;35(1):43-8

Influence of sensory inputs on standing balance in community-dwelling elders with a recent history of falling. Anacker SL, et al. Phys Ther 1992 Aug;72(8):575-81; discussion 581-4

ACCIDENTS

Atropine poisoning in children during the Persian Gulf crisis. A national survey in Israel [see comments] Amitai Y, et al. JAMA 1992 Aug 5;268(5):630-2. Comment in: JAMA 1992 Aug 5;268(5):642-4.

Thyroid nodules in the population living around Chernobyl. Mettler FA Jr, et al. JAMA 1992 Aug 5;268(5):616-9 Serum cholesterol and long-term death rates from suicide, accidents, or violence. Seven Countries Study Group [letter] Kromhout D, et al. Lancet 1992 Aug 1;

340(88 14):317

ACCIDENTS, AVIATION

Making air crashes more survivable [editorial; comment] Gloag D. BMJ 1992 May 23;304(6838):1325-6. Comment

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on: BMJ 1992 May 23;304(6838):1326.

Smoke hoods in aeroplanes [editorial; see comments] Hill IR. BMJ 1992 May 23;304(6838):1326. Comment in: BMJ 1992 May 23;304(6838):1325-6.

ACCIDENTS, HOME

From the Centers for Disease Control. firearm-related fatalities among children, teenagers--United States, 1982-1988. JAMA

22-29;268(4):451-2

Unintentional

1992 Jul

ACCIDENTS, OCCUPATIONAL

Risk of needlesticks and occupational exposures among residents and medical students. O'Neill TM, et al. Arch Intern Med 1992 Jul;152(7):1451-6

Glove puncture in the post mortem room [letter] Dunn PJ. J Clin Pathol 1992 Jun;45(6):548

Glove puncture in the post mortem room [letter] Lindley R. J Clin Pathol 1992 Jun;45(6):548

ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC

Handedness, traffic crashes, and defensive reflexes [letter] Coren S. Am J Public Health 1992 Aug;82(8):1176-7 Car size or car mass: which has greater influence on fatality risk? Evans L, et al. Am J Public Health 1992 Aug;

82(8):1 105-12

From the Centers for Disease Control. Table reporting alcohol involvement in fatal motor-vehicle crashes. JAMA 1992 Jul 15;268(3):317

From the Centers for Disease Control. Trends in alcohol-related traffic fatalities, by sex--United States. JAMA 1992 Jul 15;268(3):313-4

Seven years before centennial of first US traffic death, toll already has reached nearly 2.8 million [news] Gunby P. JAMA 1992 Jul 15;268(3):305

High-speed chases to high-powered squirters, moving traffic violations variety of threats [news] Gunby P. JAMA 1992 Jul 15;268(3):307

Association dedicated to crash injury control [news] Gunby P. JAMA 1992 Jul 15;268(3):304

For three quarters of century, safety experts work to keep trains, vehicles from colliding [mews] Gunby P. JAMA 1992 Jul 15;268(3):302-3

Defining, counting traffic injuries no easy task as nation assesses toll from this violence [news] Marwick C. JAMA 1992 Jul 15;268(3):302

Traffic death toll may be declining, but experts not ready to celebrate [news] Marwick C. JAMA 1992 Jul 15; 268(3):301

Driving while under influence of alcohol remains major cause of traffic violence [news] Randall T. JAMA 1992 Jul 15; 268(3):303-4

On-lap travel: still a problem in motor vehicles. Agran PF, et al. Pediatrics 1992 Jul;90(1 Pt 1):27-9

ACETABULUM

The role of 3D CT in the assessment of acetabular fractures. Guy RL, et al. Br J Radiol 1992 May;65(773):384-9

Porous-coated uncemented components in experimental total hip arthroplasty in dogs. Effect of plasma-sprayed calcium phosphate coatings on bone ingrowth. Jasty M, et al. Clin Orthop 1992 Jul;(230):300-9

Stabilization of acetabular fractures in elderly patients. Helfet DL, et al. J Bone Joint Surg [Am] 1992 Jun;74(5):753-65

Anterior column fractures of the acetabulum. Heeg M, et al. J Bone Joint Surg [Br] 1992 Jul;74(4):554-7

ACETALDEHYDE

Method of acetaldehyde measurement with minimal artifactual formation in red blood cells and plasma of actively drinking subjects with alcoholism [see comments] Hernandez—Munoz R, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1992 Jul; 120(1):35-41. Comment in: J Lab Clin Med 1992 Jul; 120(1):3.

Acetaldehyde-modified hemoglobin as a marker of alcohol consumption: comparison of two new methods [see comments] Sillanaukee P, et al. J Lab Clin Med 1992 Jul; 120(1):42-7. Comment in: J Lab Clin Med 1992 Jul;120(1):3.

Acetaldehyde measurement in RBCs: potential new marker for alcohol abuse [editorial; comment] Westermeyer J.

J Lab Clin Med 1992 Jul;120(1):3. Comment on: J Lab Clin Med 1992 Jul;120(1):35-41. Comment on: J Lab Clin Med 1992 Jul;i20(10:42-7.

ACETAMIDES

Milacemide and memory [letter] Kadaba PK. Neurology 1992 Jul;42(7):1434-5

ACETAMINOPHEN

Antipyretic efficacy of ibuprofen vs acetaminophen. Kauffman RE, et al. Am J Dis Child 1992 May;146(5):622-5 Comparison of multidose ibuprofen and acetaminophen therapy in febrile children. Walson PD, et al. Child 1992 May;146(5):626-32 Severe hepatotoxicity in a patient receiving both acetaminophen and zidovudine. Shriner K, et al.

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ABRIDGED INDEX MEDICUS

Am J Med 1992 Jul;93(1):94-6

Potentiation of aluminium absorption by effervescent analgesic tablets in a haemodialysis patient. Main J, et al. BMJ 1992 Jun 27;304(6843):1686

Drug clearance in patients with cystic fibrosis [letter] Weinberger MM. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1992 Jul;52(1):106-7

ACETATES

Oat bran increases serum acetate of hypercholesterolemic men. Bridges SR, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 1992 Aug; 56(2):455-9

ACETAZOLAMIDE

Altitude induced illness [letter] Hall IP, et al. BMJ 1992 Jun 20;304(6842):1633-4

The effect of acetazolamide on essential tremor: an open-label trial. Busenbark K, et al. Neurology 1992 Jul; 42(7):1394-5

ACETYLCHOLINE

Induction of coronary artery spasm by intracoronary acetylcholine: comparison with intracoronary ergonovine. Suzuki Y, et al. Am Heart J 1992 Jul;124(1):39-47

Halothane and isoflurane inhibit endothelium-dependent relaxation elicited by acetylcholine. Toda H, et al. Anesth Analg 1992 Aug;75(2):198-203

Glucose- and acetylcholine-induced increase in intracellular free Ca2+ in subpopulations of individual rat pancreatic beta-cells. Wang J, et al. Endocrinology 1992 Jul; 131(1):146-52

Reversal of acetylcholine effect on atherosclerotic coronary arteries by estrogen: pharmacologic phenomenon of clinical importance? [editorial; comment] Bing RJ, et al.

J Am Coll Cardiol 1992 Aug;20(2):458-9. Comment on: J Am Coll Cardiol 1992 Aug;20(2):452-7.

The alterations of norepinephrine and acetylcholine concentrations in immature rat urinary bladder caused by streptozotocin-induced diabetes. Nakamura I, et al.

J Urol 1992 Aug;148(2 Pt 1):423-6

Effect of intracavernous simultaneous injection of acetylcholine and vasoactive intestinal polypeptide on canine penile erection. Takahashi Y, et al. J Urol 1992 Aug; 148(2 Pt 1):446-8

ACETYLCYSTEINE

Antioxidant treatment with N-acetylcysteine during adult respiratory distress syndrome: a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled study. Jepsen S, et al.

Crit Care Med 1992 Jul;20(7):918-23

N-acetylcysteine is useless for oral gallstone dissolution [letter] Kohse KP, et al. Gastroenterology 1992 Jul; 103(1):351

ACETYLGLUCOSAMINIDASE

Changing blood types [letter] Varki AP. N Engl J Med 1992 Aug 20;327(8):569

ACHIEVEMENT

Growth and academic achievement in_ inner-city kindergarten children. The relationship of height, weight, cognitive ability, and neurodevelopmental level. Karp R, et al. Clin Pediatr (Phila) 1992 Jun;31(6):336-40

ACHILLES TENDON

A flap augmentation technique for Achilles tendon repair. Postoperative strength and functional outcome. Gerdes MH, et al. Clin Orthop 1992 Jul;(280):241-6

Rupture of the Achilles tendon in rheumatoid arthritis with histologic evidence of enthesitis. A case report. Matsumoto K, et al. Clin Orthop 1992 Jul;(280):235-40

ACIDOSIS

Succinylcholine-induced hyperkalemic arrest in a patient with severe metabolic acidosis and exsanguinating hemorrhage. Schwartz DE, et al. Anesth Analg 1992 Aug; 75(2):291-3

Fluorescein and acidosis. Implications for flap perfusion studies. Odland RM, et al.

Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1992 Jul;118(7):712-6

Effect of in vitro metabolic acidosis on luminal Na+/H+ exchange and basolateral Na+:HCO3- cotransport in rabbit kidney proximal tubules. Soleimani M, et al.

J Clin Invest 1992 Jul;90(1):211-8

ACNE

American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Drugs: Retinoid therapy for severe dermatological disorders. Pediatrics 1992 Jul;90(1 Pt 1):119-20

ACOUSTIC NERVE

Vascular ST oo of the VIIth and VIIIth cranial nerves. Ohashi N, et al. J Laryngol Otol 1992 May; 106(5):436-9 (9 ref.)

OCT 1992

ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME

CDC releases recommendations for prophylaxis against Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. Am Fam Physician 1992 Jul;46(1):284-6

Low-dose interferon alpha and HIV infection [news]

Am Fam Physician 1992 Jul;46(1):292

Approval of ddC for AIDS patients [news] Am Fam Physician 1992 Aug;46(2):589

LDH as a marker for P. carinii pneumonia [letter] Glasser RH. Am Fam Physician 1992 Jul;46(1):54

An HIV-infected pharmacist [news] Am J Nurs 1992 Jul; 92(7):9

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and ophthalmology: the first decade. Holland GN. Am J Ophthalmol 1992 Jul 15;114(1):86-95 (75 ref.)

The NIH-3 immunodeficient mouse is a model for Lyme borreliosis myositis and carditis. Defosse DL, et al.

Am J Pathol 1992 Jul;141(1):3-10

Rehabilitation in adults with human immunodeficiency virus-related diseases. O'Dell MW, et al.

Am J Phys Med Rehabil 1992 Jun;71(3):183-90 (55 ref.)

Dissimilarities between Tuskegee Study and HIV/AIDS programs emphasized [letter] Grunfeld GB.

Am J Public Health 1992 Aug;82(8):1176

Pulmonary tuberculosis in Kigali, Rwanda. Impact of human immunodeficiency virus infection on clinical and radiographic presentation. Batungwanayo J, et al.

Am Rev Respir Dis 1992 Jul;146(1):53-6

AIDS in Belle Glade [letter] Cymet TC. Ann Intern Med 1992 Aug 15;117(4):349

Clinical presentation and outcome of patients with HIV infection and tuberculosis caused by multiple-drug-resistant bacilli. Fischl MA, et al.

Ann Intern Med 1992 Aug 1;117(3):184-90

Diagnostic workup of AIDS-associated diarrhea [letter] Gluckman SJ. Ann Intern Med 1992 Aug 15;117(4):346; discussion 346-7

Diagnostic workup of AIDS-associated diarrhea [letter] Kandel GP. Ann Intern Med 1992 Aug 15;117(4):346; discussion 346-7

AIDS in Africa [letter] Omoigui N. Ann Intern Med 1992 Aug 15;117(4):347-8

AIDS in Belle Glade [letter] Roberts HJ.

Ann Intern Med 1992 Aug 15;117(4):348-9

Treatment of AIDS-related bronchopleural fistula by pleurectomy. Crawford BK, et al. Ann Thorac Surg 1992 Aug;54(2):212-4; discussion 214-5

Does human T-cell lymphotropic virus type I and human immunodeficiency virus type 1 coinfection accelerate acquired immunodeficiency syndrome? The jury is still out [editorial; comment] Cleghorn FR, et al.

Arch Intern Med 1992 Jul;152(7):1372-3. Comment on: Arch Intern Med 1992 Jul;152(7):1429-32.

The impact of human T-lymphotrophic virus type I/II infection on the prognosis of sexually acquired cases of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome [see comments] Gotuzzo E, et al. Arch Intern Med 1992 Jul;152(7):1429-32 . Comment in: Arch Intern Med 1992 Jul;152(7):1372-3.

Disseminated microsporidiosis (Encephalitozoon hellem) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Autopsy evidence for respiratory acquisition. Schwartz DA, et al.

Arch Pathol Lab Med 1992 Jun;116(6):660-8

Interleukin-6 production in high-grade B lymphomas: correlation with the presence of malignant immunoblasts in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and in human immunodeficiency virus-seronegative patients. Emilie D, et al. Blood 1992 Jul 15;80(2):498-504

Hazards of transmission of HIV during invasive procedures [letter] Gore SM, et al. BMJ 1992 Jun 27;304(6843):1691-2

Hazards of transmission of HIV during invasive procedures [letter] Sheppard M. BMJ 1992 Jun 27;304(6843):1692

Management of empyema thoracis at Lusaka, Zambia. Desai GA, et al. Br J Surg 1992 Jun;79(6):537-8

Update on AIDS worldwide. Can Med Assoc J 1992 Jun 15;146(12):2187-93 (Eng, Fre)

Correlation of bronchoalveolar lavage findings to severity of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in AIDS. Evidence for the development of high-permeability pulmonary edema. Sadaghdar H, et al. Chest 1992 Jul;102(1):63-9

Shortcuts in drug evaluation. Stolley PD, et al.

Clin Pharmacol Ther 1992 Jul;52(1):1-3

Association of gastric hypoacidity with opportunistic enteric infections in patients with AIDS. Belitsos PC, et al. J Infect Dis 1992 Aug;166(2):277-84

Herpes simplex virus infection during foscarnet therapy [letter] Cotte L, et al. J Infect Dis 1992 Aug;166(2):447-8

Vaccination of vaccinia-naive adults with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 gp160 recombinant vaccinia virus in a blinded, controlled, randomized clinical trial. The AIDS Vaccine Clinical Trials Network. Graham BS, et al. J Infect Dis 1992 Aug;166(2):244-52

Ocular manifestations of AIDS [clinical conference] de Smet MD, et al. JAMA 1991 Dec 4;266(21):3019-22

‘Critical moment' at hand in HIV/AIDS pandemic, new global strategy to arrest its spread proposed [news] Goldsmith MF. JAMA 1992 Jul 22-29;268(4):445-6

Population-based monitoring of an urban HIV/AIDS epidemic. Magnitude and trends in the District of Columbia. Rosenberg PS, et al. JAMA 1992 Jul 22-29; 268(4):495-503

OCT 1992

Residents‘ experiences in, and attitudes toward, the care of persons with AIDS in Canada, France, and the United States. Shapiro MF, et al. JAMA 1992 Jul 22-29; 268(4):510-5

AIDS minus HIV? [editorial; comment] Lancet 1992 Aug 1;340(8814):280.