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A pediatrician of standing, widely recognized as the best type of family practitioner, contributes here his views on crying, laughing, temper, tiredness, appetite, fears and antipathies, sleep and school. He tells his story with numerous references to actual cases, to history, to...
Unfortunately, a lack of uniformity prevails in the use of such terms as graduate medical education, post-graduate medical instruction and continuation study. Various organizations have attempted to formulate definitions applicable to the specific circumstances with which they were...
This volume was published to honor Dean Ford's twenty-fifth anniversary as head of the graduate school of the University of Minnesota. There is an introductory biographic sketch in appreciation by Dr. George E. Vincent. The collected writings included are divided into essays having to do...
This is a textbook on embryology in all its biologic aspects. It is modeled on the Traité of Brachet, adapted for the use of medical students by the omission of detail and, in the section on organogenesis, by emphasis on the conditions in man. The preface says "The object is to present...
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