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Successive editions of this monumental work have become a standard component of the dermatologist's library. Since the last edition, the co-authorship of Sutton and Sutton has been dissolved by the death of the senior author; but the excellence of the present edition assures the book a...
• The method of exfoliative cytology introduced by Papanicolaou and Traut was applied to material obtained by vaginal aspiration from 108,000 women in Shelby County (including Memphis), Tennessee, for the purpose of detecting various types and stages of carcinoma. The preparations for...
Clinic Managers Conference.—
University Extension and the School of Public Health at the University of California at Los Angeles, together with the National Association of Clinic Managers, are planning for the second clinic...
The value of radical pancreatoduodenal resection for malignant lesions causing obstructive jaundice has been a subject of some debate for many years. Recently there has been a revival of interest in this procedure following encouraging reports that indicate its use may result in a five-year...
This compilation of the best of the abstracts culled from the Medical Literature Abstracts section of The Journal is chiefly concerned with the literature of 1955. The abstracts are not arranged by medical specialties, as they are in The Journal, but by organ systems, with additional...
• The junction of the esophagus and stomach is normally closed except during deglutition, but the structures and mechanics involved in the closure are poorly understood. Roentgenologic observations indicate that the lowermost segment of the esophagus, over a length of 2 to 4 cm.,...
This book was written to provide the what, how, and why of the functional school health program. It is intended to serve as a textbook for student teachers and as a reference for teachers in practice. Its principal sections include a description of the school-age child, including his...
As stated in the preface of this book, the demand for the published proceedings of the first two conferences was such as to leave no question whether to publish the proceedings of the third conference. The book covers the social aspects of poliomyelitis, medical care of acute cases,...
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