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In this book the editors have gathered a series of eleven articles on various aspects of diagnosis written by different authors, most of the material having originally appeared in the Practitioner. The subjects have been selected as ones of interest to the general practitioner. Of...
The steadily increasing size of the volume of Proceedings and the widening scope of subjects covered is indicative of changes that are taking place in the field of social work. A paper by George St. J. Perrott on Health and Medical Services Under Existing Federal-State Programs in the...
In this book menstrual disorders and sterility are discussed together because they are closely related. Furthermore, since infertility involves both husband and wife there is included a special chapter on sterility in the male. The book contains thirty chapters, which deal with every...
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ON
THE TRIAL OF THE CASE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, A CORPORATION, THE MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, A...
In the Hospital Number of The Journal March 15, page 1106, the number of births in Mount Carmel Mercy Hospital, Detroit, should have been 1,587 instead of 215, as printed.
As has been so aptly stated by Kanavel, "The hand of the working man is his most valuable asset. Without it life becomes a burden."1 Appreciating this, the surgeon when caring for an injured hand must exert the utmost diligence in making a correct diagnosis, in performing careful and...
Superficial injuries of the hand may be divided for purposes of discussion of treatment into those which are sharply lacerated and those which are the result of a crushing or avulsing injury. This discussion applies to the injury to soft tissue involving only the skin and the...
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