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This book covers its subject primarily from the laboratory point of view, developed on a historical basis. The hematological and serologic aspects are presented in detail, and sufficient data of the pathological and clinical features are given to be of value in treatment. In addition to...
This book contains eight new articles by 13 contributors and deals with the chemistry of vitamin B12, the intestinal synthesis of vitamins in the ruminant, the biochemistry and pathology of hypervitaminosis A, vitamin A requirements of animals, disturbances in nutrition relating to liver...
Asthma is a symptom rather than a diagnosis, and its definitive therapy must depend on what is ultimately determined to be its cause. All physicians and most laymen recognize the typical, distressful, labored breathing of patients with asthma, but it is the physician's primary obligation...
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Dr. Amos R. Koontz, in a letter to the Editor in The Journal of Dec. 25, 1954, page 1628, discusses poor cooperation between the anesthetist and the surgeon to the detriment of the patient. The gist of his argument is that violent postoperative...
Recently we have seen a number of patients with pulsating mediastinal masses that subsequently were proved to be tumors. These patients were referred to the cardiovascular service as having aneurysms. Because of the difficulty in making the differential diagnosis between cystic...
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After reading The Journal of Jan. 15, 1955, I feel like the poor female patient walking into the hospital clinic. One sign says "Sterility Clinic" and the other says "Contraceptive Clinic," and the poor patient knows not which way to turn. On page 233...
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