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In this volume the author and his co-workers discuss the results of treatment of 263 patients suffering from carcinoma of the rectum. The study covers a period of ten years. The first chapter deals with anatomic considerations and is devoted chiefly to information gained from the...
In the course of a recent analysis of the effect of treatment of patients with decompensated Laennec's cirrhosis,1 we were impressed with the increasing incidence of jaundice in recent years. We are reporting our observations in order to propose some questions concerning the part that...
This summary of medical progress in 1945 begins with a brief statement by Lord Horder on social medicine. The book then takes up the various medical specialties seriatim and by references to available periodical literature indicates the innumerable brief steps in medical progress that...
To the Editor:—
Dr. M. H. Miller's article in The Journal, May 3, Page 15, creates a desire to express the opinion that parallel discussion is necessary in the promotion of policy matters. Our constant problem, personal, political, social and economic, is to choose...
PROCEEDINGS of the ATLANTIC CITY SESSION
MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL SESSION OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, HELD IN ATLANTIC CITY, JUNE 9-13, 1947
HOUSE OF DELEGATES
This compendium has passed through many editions and has come to be recognized as one of the most valuable guides available on the values of foods as commonly served. The authors avail themselves of tabulations made by the government and other agencies, so that the figures presented are...
The great convention celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the establishment of the American Medical Association held in Atlantic City last week, for which the Board of Trustees, the Centennial Committee and the headquarters staff of the Association had planned so long and so...
Needle biopsy of the liver is a means of securing a strip of hepatic tissue for histologic examination by a relatively simple procedure that can be performed at the patient's bedside. The idea is not new. It was first suggested in 1895.1 Although a few investigators in Europe employed...
The modern concept of the virus etiology of infectious hepatitis is a product of the investigations of recent war years both abroad and in this country. This theory is in accord with at least three facts: (1) the consistent failure to identify any causative bacteria with this disease;1...
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