Persistent hypertension after resection of a pheochromocytoma

The American Journal of Medicine


Stenographic reports of weekly clinicopathologic conferences held in Barnes and Wohl Hospitals are published in each issue of the Journal. Members of Departments of Internal Medicine, Radiology, and Pathology of the Washington University School of Medicine participate jointly in these conferences. Kenneth M. Ludmerer, M.D., and John M. Kissane, M.D., are the editors of this feature.


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