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Higher Entrance Rates for Civilian Physicians.—
The Civil Service Commission has granted authority to employ civilian physicians at dispensaries, infirmaries, outpatient clinics, and laboratories at the top step of each respective...
This edition includes some of the newer approaches and a great deal of philosophical thinking regarding the interpretation of symptoms. The author deplores the indiscriminate use of such tests as angiography of the heart or brain, aortography, and biopsies of the liver and kidney. This...
Pyeloureterocystitis cystica is a progressive disease of obscure etiology, but the concensus of opinion is that it is secondary to chronic urinary tract infection. Numerous treatments have been advocated, but all have apparently given only temporary relief and have not altered the basic...
Recently there have been warnings of the danger to the population as a whole resulting from the increased use of radioactive materials and of x-ray in diagnosis. However, physicians in general are not yet well enough informed as to the potential harm. In the words of the Handbook on...
One cause of fever of obscure origin may be ectodermal dysplasia of the anhidrotic type. The absence of sweat glands and other characteristic features may be easily overlooked. In the case presented, as in similar cases, many months elapsed before the diagnosis became apparent.
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This book is a review of the accumulated knowledge on the mechanism and action of the halogenated hydrocarbons. Carbon tetrachloride, DDT, Freon, methyl bromide, and other less familiar chemicals used as insecticides, solvents, fumigants, and refrigerants are described. The chemistry,...
In the female, hirsutism is common to both adrenocortical hyperfunction (Cushing's syndrome) and the adrenogenital syndrome. In the latter, virilism, slight obesity, and nitrogen retention are additional outstanding features. The virilism is manifest by voice changes, darkening of the skin,...
This is an excellent summary of modern thinking concerning the most frequent, the most useful, and the most abused operative procedure in obstetrics. In the first two chapters, the author discusses the indications for forceps delivery, the conditions necessary for the safe delivery of...
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