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To the Editor:—
To a second year medical student the comments of Sir Beckwith Whitehouse on the ominous signs appearing in the rising generation of doctors (which you reprinted in the issue of November 7, page 754) were most interesting. Sir Beckwith decried (i) a...
In previous reports we1 presented detailed clinical observations of 202 patients with acute coronary occlusion followed for a period of one to seven years after discharge from the hospital. Particular attention was paid to the cardiac status as determined by symptoms and physical...
To the Editor:—
In the October 3 issue of The Journal on page 392, Master took issue with your editorial quotation of my paper (Sigler, L. H.: Trauma of the Heart Due to Nonpenetrating Chest Injuries, The Journal, July 11, 1942, p. 855) that trauma can produce...
HEALTH CONDITIONS IN A NEW YORK CITY DISTRICT
A recent review of the health and the social and economic conditions in a small area in East Harlem, New York City,1 revealed 3,653 instances of chronic disease among 2,863 of 9,119 persons. Nearly 1 out of every 3...
According to a recent presidential address before the American Association of Immunologists by Dr. Paul R. Cannon1 the last two decades have seen the general acceptance of a new theory of specific antibody production with numerous practical applications to nutritional physiology in...
If there is any one phase of the manpower problem that has been handled from the first with something resembling scientific procedure, it is the utilization of the medical profession. We have always had a reasonably exact inventory of our medical assets. That inventory was made exact...
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