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My associates and I had the unusual opportunity of studying a patient who had been subjected to severe freezing conditions. We believe this case to be unique insofar as the degree of hypothermia was more profound than is ordinarily followed by recovery in the human or in most animals.1 The...
The practicing physician is not apt to be interested in this 88-page pamphlet, which contains information culled from the annual reports submitted by 37 sovereign states and 51 non-self-governing territories. The data presented deal largely with the regulatory control and economic aspects of...
A thorough, well-conducted radiologic examination of the large intestine represents a major diagnostic procedure in terms of technical and professional effort. If the considerable blocks of productive time which a radiologist must set aside for this one form of activity, as well as the time of...
The author gives a detailed account of the modern knowledge of taste, smell, and related chemical senses, and he summarizes the accumulated work of so many chemists, physiologists, and psychologists that the total effect is most impressive. The information is well digested, and the treatment is...
To the Editor:
—In the Sept. 29, 1951 issue of The Journal (p. 379) appeared a brief note entitled "Resistance to Cancer," in which an excerpt was quoted from a paper by R. W. Scarff ("The Present Status of the Cancer Problem," The Practitioner, July, 1951). In this item, the statement was made...
Mobile Physical Therapy Unit.
—On October 1 the Northern California Chapter of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation initiated a mobile physical therapy unit for rheumatoid arthritics who reside in San Francisco. The unit operates under the guidance of the foundation's medical...
The purpose of this paper is to call attention to some of the broader aspects of medicine, particularly those associated with changes in the size and age structure of the population in different areas of the world. These problems vary widely. In the United States, the total population is aging...
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