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ACTH And Cortisone Therapy Of Rheumatic Fever And Rheumatic Carditis.

B. F. Massell
Published 1954 · Medicine

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Pericarditis. Data on the effect of cortisone or ACTH on this serious and obvious manifestation of rheumatic inflammation of the heart have been collected for 64 cases reported by 18 groups of inve...
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