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This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract This book provides a verbatim transcript of three papers dealing with the development of behavior patterns and of personality, along with the attendant...
Congenital abnormalities of the vena cava are rarely of clinical significance. A review of the medical literature reveals numerous case reports of caval abnormalities based on cadaver dissection; few have been demonstrated in the living patient. Most of the anomalies encountered clinically have...
The periodical appearance of this useful book is always of great interest to practicing physicians, pharmacists, and members of the allied professions. First edited in 1885 by Joseph Price Remington primarily as a handbook for students of pharmacy, it has kept pace in its successive editions...
The purpose of the book is to present in only slightly edited form the presentations and discussion of a small group of very competent students of blood pressure. The coverage is broad and includes such topics as anatomical considerations, clinical criteria for diagnosis, renal changes,...
Diphtheria and Antidiphtheria Vaccination in Paris.
—This subject was discussed at a recent meeting of the National Academy of Medicine. In 1925, before widespread vaccination, 2,836 cases of diphtheria, 188 of which were fatal, were recorded. In 1950, when 92% of the school children were...
In every hospital increasing numbers of intraepidermal1 and early2 invasive carcinomas of the uterine cervix are being discovered through awakened popular interest and the various new diagnostic methods. Simultaneously the surgical treatment of carcinoma of the cervix is being reevaluated by...
Because of the increasing interest in therapeutic exercise on the part of physicians in general, medical practitioners are showing increasing interest in physical education. Drs. Nash, Moench, and Saurborn are well qualified to discuss the organizational and administrative aspects of this...
Gold Headed Cane Ceremony.
—The 14th Ceremony of the Gold-headed Cane at the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco, was held June 5. The award is made annually to the outstanding senior medical student chosen by his fellow students and by faculty members for...
To the Editor:
—The editorial of May 12, 1951, on the effect of cortisone and ACTH on the erythrocyte sedimentation rate placed undue emphasis on but one of the suggested causes for the depression of fibrinogen and gamma globulin during hormonal therapy. Depression of these proteins is not...
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