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When William Beaumont treated Alexis St. Martin, whose stomach as a result of a shotgun wound could be viewed directly through an external opening, he made physiologic observations which greatly increased our knowledge of the physiology of the stomach. These studies were carefully made...
The author stresses that this book is intended for the general practitioner and particularly those that deal with the patient in the home. It is added, "The book deals almost exclusively with treatment, and lays a much needed emphasis on preventive treatment." There are few...
ADDICTION LIABILITY OF METHADONE
Methadone, one of the newer synthetic analgesic drugs, has found wide usage as a substitute for morphine to relieve pain. In therapeutic doses methadone produces less sedative or hypnotic effects than morphine. The pharmacologic...
This book is written primarily for the general practitioner. With that objective in mind, the author reviews the basic facts about the child with special reference to physical examination and differential diagnosis.
The author devotes various chapters in his book to the...
To the Editor:—
I have read Dr. Matthew Brody's manuscript. I was unfamiliar with the Brooklyn Hospital Journal report of April 1947.
As Brody states, his patient may have had undiagnosed pertussis, the patient producing his own antigen with the disease....
This book is based on Crowe's personal experience with a large number of cases of osteoarthritis of the hip joint. He asserts that degeneration is not the main causal factor, that the relief of the patient's pain should never be the primary object of therapy but rather the arrest of the...
This republication of the record of the sanitary commission of Massachusetts, dated 1850, is particularly timely as we approach the centennial anniversary of its publication. It is generally credited to Lemuel Shattuck and is known as the Shattuck report. Almost a century ago it made...
During the past two decades great advances have been made in the treatment of cancer by radiation. These advances are largely the result of physical researches.
In Great Britain, the greatest importance has been attached to the close collaboration of radiotherapist and physicist....
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