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This English textbook by two competent neurologists and a neurosurgeon is designed for postgraduate students of neurology. Since it is not intended for the beginning student or the senior practitioner, the book does not contain descriptions of rare disease and controversial methods of treatment....
This is an English edition of the original German textbook, "Lehrbuch Der Pediatrie." The book contains contributions from 19 well-known European pediatricians who, as far as possible, confine themselves to their own particular specialties and express their own ideas.
There are 33 chapters,...
Allergic reactions to corticotropin have been documented recently with increasing frequency. These reactions have been of varying degree and, although most reported reactions have been of relatively benign nature, instances of nearly fatal anaphylactic shock have been described by Segal1 and...
According to the paper cover of this volume, the book contains "the latest information on all aspects of immunohematology." Anyone familiar with the latest developments in blood grouping knows that it is hardly possible to cover all aspects of the subject in 150 small pages. As a result, the...
The authors of this book need no introduction to members of the medical profession. The senior author is known not only for his medical ability but for his determination to preserve freedom in medical practice. It is not surprising then that these writers should prepare a book that wastes no...
"Conservative treatment of subphrenic infection should be given a trial unless the clinical manifestations and the radiological investigations indicate or strongly suggest abscess formation.... In many instances these measures will succeed and an abscess may thus be aborted, the fever subsiding...
Incidence of Primary Carcinoma of the Liver.
—The high incidence of primary carcinoma of the liver in certain races or peoples (such as the Chinese and Bantus) and its association with liver cirrhosis, especially of the postnecrotic type, and probably with malnutrition, has been described by...
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