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Of the large number of tests which have been devised for and used in attempts to determine characteristics of personality, the Rorschach test is one of the few that are still used. The subject is shown a series of 10 ink blots and asked to state everything that comes to his mind from...
Dr. Truslow, who is a consulting orthopedic surgeon for a number of hospitals in the city of New York, has written this book primarily for those who are interested in posture, or, as it is more recently designated, body mechanics. These would include orthopedic surgeons, pediatricians...
Periodic family paralysis is a relatively rare disease of human beings. In an extensive review of the literature on the subject, Talbott1 stated that approximately 400 typical cases have been reported since Musgrave2 first described a case in 1727.
The disease is characterized by...
The author states that "the purpose of this book is to give a brief account of the normal growth and development of children from babyhood to adolescence, to indicate when and how difficulties occur and to show how they can be best handled. The book is written primarily for the student...
This monograph written in Spanish is a more complete account (6 observations on children and 3 on adults) of a new symptom complex first reported by the author in 1939. The condition consists of fever, catarrh and adenopathy with 30,000 to 70,000 white cells, of which 80 per cent are...
As stated in the preface this series of volumes is offered to provide, under the sponsorship of an outstanding editorial board, a summary of those fields in which progress has occurred recently.
This volume contains summaries of: the use of the Miller-Abbot tube in the diagnosis...
Of the 777 pages in this book 392 are devoted to the general principles of allergy and to the exciting agents of allergy, such as pollens, molds, foods and injected substances, and their modes of operation; the rest of the book deals with the diagnosis and treatment of various allergic...
This book, a third edition, includes two parts, (1) fractures and (2) dislocations, and an index, all within 361 pages. In successive chapters appear discussions of general considerations, including definition and process of bony repair and its failures, roentgen examination, medicolegal...
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