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The treatment of carcinoma of the uterine fundus is mainly a surgical problem, owing to the slower growth of the cancer, its practical encapsulation for a considerable time within the thick muscular uterine walls and its usually late tendency to metastasize.
However, there is in...
This practical small book on physical diagnosis is not greatly different from several others on the market. It is divided into three parts, part I dealing with the fundamental principles of physical diagnosis, part II with physical examination, and part III with physical diagnosis in...
From time to time The Journal has published reviews of the various volumes of the British Encyclopaedia of Medical Practice. Now comes the complete index, a comprehensive volume covering all of the material available in that system. It is wholly a subject index, including the material...
In the preface the author states that this textbook is not intended to review gynecologic surgery but rather to present briefly the normal topographic anatomic relations as well as the topographic anatomic relations that have been altered by pathologic processes or by the surgeon....
This edition of the National Research Council's directory of industrial research laboratories of the United States follows closely the pattern set by the previous bulletins. There are two thousand, two hundred and sixty-four entries, including consulting laboratories. In connection with...
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"Chronic appendicitis" is a term which has been loosely used. It is the common observation of pathologists and surgeons that such a condition seldom exists as an entity exhibiting the usual pathologic characteristics of chronic inflammation. Most surgeons, realizing this, still operate...
Electricity and electrical instruments have become commonplace features of present day life. Electric light, telephones, radios and electric motors are all about us, and "volts" and "amperes" are so familiar as to appear even in the comic strips of our daily newspapers. Electrical ways...
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