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When a patient presents himself to one of you as his physician, a mystery is faced. You accept this fact and attempt to unravel the mystery. No one can boast the ability to set out alone, make correct diagnoses and fathom the nature of all diseases, any more than one can chart the course of a...
Since the trend toward mercury-bearing intestinal decompression tubes developed, the innocuousness of the liquid metallic mercury in the gastrointestinal tract again has been observed.1 A review of the literature upon the subject of bowel obstruction and the role of mercury in its treatment...
Interest in progressive resistance exercise has developed rapidly since Dr. Thomas DeLorme initiated studies concerning this type of exercise at the Gardiner Army General Hospital in Chicago during World War II. Drs. DeLorme and Watkins have now prepared an excellent general textbook describing...
In this small volume, the author attempts to recall the historical struggle against malaria and to record the names of pioneers who have added most important, fundamental contributions to the knowledge and treatment of the disease. It is divided into three parts: the mosquito-malaria theory, a...
This textbook has been compiled in the best tradition of the comprehensive German "Handbuch." It deals thoroughly with all aspects of the diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis. The thirteen chapters include pathology, microbiology, chest, orthopedic, childhood, abdominal, urogenital, skin,...
This convenient pocket-sized book was prepared by the Committee on Education of the American Diabetic Association. Intended as a guide for physicians, it covers in outline form the commonly accepted procedures of diagnosis and treatment of diabetes mellitus, hypoglycemic reactions, and diabetic...
The over-all salvage rate for bronchiogenic carcinoma remains disappointingly low in spite of advances in its surgical treatment. Pulmonary resections for this neoplasm are now common and can be performed with low morbidity and mortality rates. The disappointing fact is that although surgical...
Summer Clinics at Children's Hospital.
—The annual summer clinics of Children's Hospital, Denver, will be held June 20-22. The guest speakers are Dr. Alexis F. Hartmann, pediatrician, St. Louis; Dr. Herbert E. Coe, pediatric surgeon, Seattle, and Dr. Douglas N. Buchanan, pediatric...
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