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This is the second edition of Clinical Pediatrics of the Oxford Medical Outline series. As the name signifies, it is a skeleton outline of various normal and pathologic conditions. At times the information is so vague and cursory as to make one wonder whether such a book is really...
The various parts of the human body are probably injured by external traumatic agents in direct proportion to the percentage of body surface area of any given part to the whole. This regional distribution of wounds sustained in battle by United States troops has been studied and compared...
Injuries of the abdomen have always been associated with a relatively high mortality rate whether incurred in military or civilian experience. The management of such injuries in World War II effected a remarkable improvement in the results, when compared with those recorded in previous...
Most physicians in industry today have acquired proficiency without the advantage of formal training. Many of them believe that on the job experience is the best preparation for industrial medical service. The principal objection to this approach is that trained professional personnel is...
Here is abook that can be recommended without qualification. It is decisive and conclusive and it is complete in every respect. Beginning with historical data, it goes on to a consideration of the medicolegal aspects, the compensation provisions in the various states and of course,...
That part of North America west of the 100th meridian the author calls "a flea collectors' paraside," since two hundred and thirty-six species and subspecies of fleas are found there, while only fifty-five have been encountered in the East. The book is written in a readable manner,...
Data concerning thoracic wounds during the last war are still incomplete, and final results cannot be assessed. Sufficient information is available, however, to indicate that the mortality from wounds of the chest has been the lowest ever recorded in the history of warfare. In 1944,...
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