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In this small monograph the author has attempted to clarify the diagnostic information that the clinician may gather during the study of a patient with jaundice. He has divided the book into four sections, each representing a different method of approach to this difficult problem: (1)...
The research team approach to one of the serious problems of our time has paid off handsomely in this volume. Specialists in the fields of medicine, anthropology, physiology, engineering, psychology, and psychiatry collaborated to produce this critical examination of the many factors...
PHYSIOLOGY AND FUNCTIONS OF THE WHITE BLOOD CELLS
THE MINOT LECTURE
John S. Lawrence, M.D., Los Angeles
It is both an honor and a pleasure to appear before you as the George R. Minot lecturer. It was my good fortune to know Dr....
With the annual A. M. A. convention in Atlantic City coming up in June, members of the Association are encouraged to submit as soon as possible the names of candidates for the Distinguished Service award. Councils or trustees within the various state societies are urged to nominate...
John A. Andrew Clinical Society.—
The 43rd annual clinic and the 37th annual meeting of the John A. Andrew Clinical Society will take place at Tuskegee Institute, April 3-8 under the presidency of Dr. Richard M. Haskins, Columbus,...
This small volume is based on the Moynihan prize for 1953 and appears to be the first recent monograph on the subject of fluid balance by an English surgeon. An excellent monograph on water and salt depletion by H. L. Marriott, an English physician, was published in 1950. As in all...
One of the commonest diseases of man is that in which, over the course of 10 or 20 years, a person is gradually pulled down by dozens or scores of thromboses of little arteries in the brain. Dr. James Kernohan,1 pathologist of the Mayo Clinic, said, on examining tissues from brains,...
The "problem nose" child, as defined for this study, has chronic nasal symptoms persisting longer than three months; however, all problem nose children do not necessarily fall into this category. According to the terminology used, a problem nose child is one who has persistent nasal...
This textbook is the author's attempt to meet the objectives for a basic college course in personal and community health stated by the Third National Conference on Health in Colleges in May, 1947. Its chapters are grouped according to subject matter. Each is followed by a bibliography...
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