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Before proceeding to evaluate the present status of diethylstilbestrol in clinical obstetrics and gynecology, let us observe where diethylstilbestrol fits into our therapeutic philosophy by briefly reviewing certain significant trends in reproductive physiology, especially as regards our...
Diverticula of the colon are pouchlike protrusions from the wall of the bowel which are classified as CONgenital and acquired. Congenital or true diverticula, of which Meckel's diverticulum is an example, are rare. Their distinguishing characteristic is that the wall of the sac contains...
1. When the normal individual is requested to whistle he does so and then smiles, probably as a mimetic response to the absurdity of unmotivated whistling. The patient suffering from the parkinsonian syndrome does not smile after whistling. For many years I have employed this simple test as an...
SCHOOL OF MILITARY NEUROPSYCHIATRY
COLONEL ROY D. HALLORAN Medical Corps, Army of the United States AND LIEUT. COL. MALCOLM J. FARRELL Medical Corps, Army of the United States
The Neuropsychiatric Branch of the Surgeon...
Forty million of our people live in communities or in areas in which there is no access to the full time services of a professionally trained medical officer of health and the associated sanitarians and public health nurses of a local health department of civil government. On June 10,...
Under Medicine and the War in this week's issue of The Journal appears a brief report of the establishment of a special school for neuropsychiatry under the auspices of the United States Army Medical Corps. Psychiatric problems represent today some of the most important of those that...
Aneurysm of the renal artery is a rare clinical and pathologic entity. Medical literature contains reports of only 74 cases. The first account of a case of "renal" aneurysm was published by Dr. Daniel Nebel1 in 1719. For two and a quarter centuries this well known case of Nebel's has...
Since the mobilization program started there has been a shifting of large numbers of men not only within the country but to many points throughout the world. With this wartime flow of population, and with extension of the war to more and more tropical and subtropical countries, the incidence of...
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