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The eminence of the authors puts the stamp of authority on this comprehensive work, which is both broad in scope and detailed in its specific recommendations. Including both historical and the latest developments in the fields of obstetrics and anesthesiology, this book stresses the...
To the Editor:—
Whenever a helpful physical sign, laboratory test, or a specific therapy is uncovered, it obviously should be reported carefully, critically, and objectively, even if only a small series. I do not wish to start a correspondence argument over a...
Course in Aviation Medicine.—
The University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine and University of California Extension will hold a special course in aviation medicine at the New Religious Conference Building, 900...
When a community puts on its Sunday best to woo a doctor into its fold, that is a love story. But it is more than that. Elsewhere in this issue (page 468) is an article entitled "Portraits In Harmony." It is the story of how local medical societies, through their placement services, are...
The presence of symmetrical cerebral calcification, particularly in the region of the basal ganglions, has been reported in connection with a wide variety of different disease entities. This subject was investigated and the literature extensively reviewed by Eaton, Camp, and Love in 1936. They...
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The number of new drugs being introduced for the treatment of the mentally ill, the lack of a standardized system of reporting treatment results, and the conflicting reports as to the effectiveness and indications for the various preparations require...
With accidents the leading cause of death and disability among school children, the need for increased emphasis on safety education in the modern school is self-evident. In this volume, the authors suggest policies, practices, and procedures that will help to bring about appropriate...
Because of the wide publicity given to conflicting statements, there has been much confusion in the public mind regarding the long-range effects on the human race of exposure to various ionizing rays. The statements that atomic explosions caused no damage to descendants of the people in...
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