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In reviewing a textbook of surgery, one should determine whether its purpose is to serve medical students, graduate students in surgery, or surgeons. Much controversy exists as to what should be the scope of a textbook for medical students. Many teachers believe such books should...
This is a well-illustrated and well-written book, which discusses various operations on the body. The contents are divided into chapters according to the part of the body involved, and the techniques are emphasized by many illustrations. Although there are few wasted words, some will...
To the Editor:—
Dr. Leonard Kurland, chief, Epidemiology Branch, National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, has called my attention to what he considers to be an error in my article "Rehabilitation of the Patient with Multiple Sclerosis" (J. A. M. A....
The major emphasis of this book is on rupture of the marginal sinus of the placenta as a cause of hemorrhage in late pregnancy. Although the Bartholomew group, of which the author is a member, began to write about this only a few years ago, the subject is not a new one. Reference was...
The steroid hormones have influenced modern therapeutic methods during the past five years to a greater extent than any other modality, with the possible exception of the broad spectrum antibiotics. Corticotropin (ACTH), cortisone, and hydrocortisone have found some use in almost every branch of...
The contents of this book are listed in alphabetical order from acidosis to zoonosis. The information contained in each article is briefly presented and not complete, but it is sufficient to serve as a guide to the recognition of some of the problems associated with the diseases...
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We have encountered recently an unusual variety of hypotensive reaction to pentolinium tartrate (Ansolysen). Although it is commonly known that a marked increase in environmental temperature may potentiate the effect of pentolinium tartrate, the...
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