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Experience in the treatment of comminuted fractures of the os calcis in the decade prior to 1930 was most unsatisfactory. Many industrial insurance companies were accustomed to put aside a rather large reserve in the case of such fractures. Their experience with all forms of treatment...
This monograph is one of a series dealing with the present status of certain established or emerging professions. Much of what has been written about nursing in the past ten years is here summarized. The author, at the outset, asks the question Is nursing a profession? but the answer...
THE FUTURE OF PATHOLOGY
In his presidential address before the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, Kracke1 reviewed some of the principal factors that affect pathology as a specialty and may influence it in the future. Perhaps the most important element...
The first edition of this work appeared in 1933. The purpose of the author, as clearly stated, was not to write a treatise on heart disease or a book of reference but a compact manual that would help practitioners to recognize and properly treat the commoner diseases of the heart. The...
This presents the reflections of one of the world's most experienced epidemiologists, and that, if for no other reason, would make the book noteworthy; there are however, several other reasons for its usefulness. It is to be stated at the beginning that the book is not a textbook nor is...
Medical art had a relatively small place in the defenses of primitive man, as revealed by radiography of fossil bones and comparative pathology and parasitology. Magic rites assumed a larger role than therapeutic procedures, although an tary form of surgery concerned with the reduction...
To most clinicians nonspecific ulcerative colitis is a disease, of undetermined origin, characterized clinically by severe and progressive diarrhea, fever, emaciation and anemia, characterized pathologically by an ulcerating process which, beginning in the superficial mucosa of the...
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