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Many of the acute and chronic illnesses confronting the clinician are pulmonary, especially if the associated pulmonary manifestations of cardiovascular diseases are included. Mass screening techniques are discovering active disease processes as well as asymptomatic or incipient...
Within the past few years, there have developed a number of cooperative efforts on the part of national organizations in the health field, including the American Medical Association, for the purpose of exploring and, whenever possible, of taking concerted action in resolving problems of...
Leaders of business, medical education, and industrial medicine met in February in a panel discussion (see this issue, page 1587) on the modern corporation and the nation's health at the Northwestern University Medical School under the sponsorship of the National Fund for Medical...
Dr. Pearson says his purpose in writing this book is "the addition of relevant knowledge concerning psychical processes gained through psychoanalytic research to the existing principles of progressive education." In this comprehensive collection of available knowledge, he has fully...
Dr. Adriani's "Pharmacology of Anesthetic Drugs," written in 1940, and his "Chemistry of Anesthesia," which appeared in 1945, were enthusiastically acclaimed by students, residents, clinical anesthetists, and teachers in anesthesiology. Those interested in anesthesiology had been beset...
VACCINE FOR POLIOMYELITIS
On April 12, 1955, at Ann Arbor, Mich., there was released a report on the evaluation of a field trial of the use of a vaccine for the prevention or modification of anterior poliomyelitis. This is the so-called Salk vaccine, a name applied...
It is highly possible that medicine could be practiced today without the aid of any medical literature other than that in The Journal.1 However, for a really high level of practice, advances in the field must be followed through many books and journals, and advice on puzzling cases and...
State Medical Meeting in Tucson.—
The 64th annual meeting of the Arizona Medical Association will convene at the Hotel El Conquistador, Tucson, May 4-7, under the presidency of Dr. Oscar W. Thoeny, Phoenix. A symposium on glaucoma...
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