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The advances of medical sciences since the beginning of the twentieth century offer convincing evidence of what can be done when competent researchers can work with freedom, facilities and funds. Never in the recorded medical history of the world have there been so many inspiring...
This book constitutes a study of the economic aspects of national health insurance by an economist who is credited with some renown in his field but who takes the liberty of showing only one side of the picture.
The author uses facts and figures generously, but usually to serve...
"What is geriatrics?" is a question of increasing insistence.
Dr. Stieglitz is a pioneer and a leader in geriatrics. He was associate clinical professor at Rush Medical College, was the first consultant on gerontology in the United States Public Health Service and now is in...
The parasympathetic-stimulating drugs are important adjuncts in the treatment of atonic and hypotonic bladders. The clinical toxicity, precautions and contraindications in their use have been well documented.1 During the use of one of these drugs, furmethide® (furfuryl trimethylammonium...
SPECIAL FEATURES—SCIENTIFIC EXHIBIT SAN FRANCISCO SESSION
The Committee on Scientific Exhibit is arranging several special features for the San Francisco Session. The special exhibit on fractures will be presented again...
To the Editor:—
A short current comment appeared in The Journal (141:924 [Nov. 26] 1949) dealing with the relation of antibiotics to the coagulation of the blood. It stated that the authors of at least one of the three cited papers had expressed the belief that "the...
Since recognition of fibrous replacement of the acini of the pancreas associated with severe nutritive and respiratory disease as a pathologic and clinical entity in 1938,1 remarkable advances have been made in the treatment of pancreatic fibrosis, which has resulted in prolonging the...
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