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This pamphlet describes the development of the hospital and its services from the medieval European almshouses to the complex community the modern American hospital is today. Eight pictographs present statistics on hospital population, growth, services, costs to the patient, average...
To the Editor:—
The text of the editorial in The Journal (150:1016 [Nov. 8] 1952) entitled "Smoking and the Cardiovascular System" constitutes a restrained and thoughtful approach to a difficult problem. Nevertheless, as in many similar analyses of the literature, an...
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First Woman Medical Officer in Regular Army.—
On March 11, Fae M. Adams, MC, of San Jose, Calif., became the first woman physician commissioned in the U. S. Regular Army. The oath of office was administered in the Surgeon General's...
The recent progress in poliomyelitis research has been the result of step by step advances beginning in 1909 with the demonstration that poliomyelitis is caused by a virus. The present advanced stage of experimentation has been attained only because many of the basic problems have been...
Unfavorable tissue reactions to "alparene no. 2" used in the injection treatment of hernias in ambulatory patients have thus far not been reported. In recent months, my attention has been directed to nodular masses that developed at sites of injection of this substance in four patients....
Abstract PROCEEDINGS OF SPECIAL SESSION OF HOUSE OF DELEGATES OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION HELD AT WASHINGTON, D. C., MARCH 14, 1953 First Meeting—Saturday Morning, March 14 The House of Delegates of the American Medical Association convened in Special Session in the Presidential Room of...
In this monograph the author has assembled recent and established data dealing with the rapidly expanding subject of congenital heart disease. This book is intended primarily to help the physician and student to become oriented in the clinical aspects of the subject. The author begins...
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