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A classic in medical history is here made available in remarkably interesting form. It is a classic in the sense that it can be depended on to furnish instruction, pleasure, and occasional surprises to future generations as it has to past generations. It contains some vivid accounts of...
The purpose of the book is to encourage the use of the tissues of the eye in experimental biochemistry, so that the knowledge of the normal and abnormal eye may be enhanced. The volume is divided into 10 chapters, the first 4 of which are concerned with the lens, the tissue that has been...
This is one of several condensed textbooks on orthopedics published in the last two to three years; each new book seems to be a definite improvement on the previous one. This book is compact, and the descriptions of the various orthopedic disabilities, though brief, are adequate....
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In the last 20 years the introduction of potent testosterone compounds has for the first time made it possible to induce androgenic effects in patients suffering from male hypogonadism. Soon after the successful synthesis of testosterone, it was found...
Endometriosis decreases the fertility of an individual, although many women conceive in spite of this complication. Fertility in normal women declines rapidly after 35 years of age. Pregnancy does not have a deleterious effect on endometriosis, for it is likely to remain quiescent or...
Appropriately, we are met today to honor the memory of a great clinician and medical statesman, Frank Billings, in Chicago, where his fine professional stature and eminence were attained. In 1878, a sturdy farm lad from Iowa County, Wisconsin, matriculated in the Chicago Medical College (now...
† The critically ill surgical patient in some instances suffers from inadequate care because of the shortage of nursing personnel. Such patients should be segregated in an area staffed by specially trained personnel; the unit here described has one supervisor, graduate nurses, practical...
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