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This symposium of 22 papers is devoted to the methodology, interpretation, and uses of bioassay procedures for hormones of the anterior pituitary gland and the adrenal cortex. The colloquium, which took place in England during March, 1952, was attended by 50 qualified workers from the...
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Dr. Bruno Kisch's letter dealing with salt-poor diet and Jewish dietary laws (The Journal, Dec. 19, 1953, page 1472) was read with both professional and personal interest. It is very important for the physician to obtain the full cooperation of his...
As if it were not difficult enough for the overburdened medical student to learn what amounts to a complete new language, he is confronted with a gaggle of eponyms, synonyms, and terms, which, although declared officially obsolete 30 years ago, still bob up with amazing persistence. In...
This interesting discussion of peptic ulcers is presented as a conversation between a doctor and his hypothetical patients. It will be of definite value to the author's patients, but, like all such books, it makes statements that other physicians might question. As in most medical books...
This book should be in the library of everyone interested in thoracic disease. It is excellently written, profusely illustrated, and considers thoracic lesions from the standpoint of fundamental disturbances as well as that of their practical clinical application. In addition to the...
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We have previously reported some observations on the effect of progesterone on carcinoma of the cervix. These require reconsideration in the light of additional experience. We have described certain superficial alterations in the clinical appearance...
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