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To the Editor:—
I believe it would be of genuine interest to many members of the American Medical Association to read the statement which I presented to the Reference Committee on Miscellaneous Business on June 5, 1957, at the time it was considering the "Suggested...
At the present time there are 78 approved four-year medical schools, 4 two-year schools of basic medical science, and 4 new four-year medical schools in various stages of development in the United States. By 1960 or 1961, if current developments proceed on schedule, there will be 83...
This monograph reviews in an orderly fashion the problem of embolism of peripheral arteries. The basis for the review is an extensive bibliography citing almost 300 references. The statistics bearing directly on the problem of embolism are all derived from these articles. The book also...
Microscopic examination of the urine is a relatively simple procedure and, when it is performed promptly and properly, can be very informative. In urinary tract infections the physician may depend upon the finding of pus cells and micro-organisms in the urine to aid him in making a diagnosis....
The following material constitutes the 57th Annual Report on Medical Education in the United States and Canada, as compiled by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association. It deals specifically with undergraduate...
To the Editor:—
Having just read the article, "American Medicine Abroad—Hong Kong," by Lou Hazam, in the Aug. 24 issue of The Journal, page 1968, I am prompted to write. Because the itinerary of the "March of Medicine" production team, sponsored by Smith, Kline &...
Robert M. Hutchins epitomized the gap that exists between the whole sum of knowledge and that acquired by any person in a finite educational period when he said, "The college graduate is presented with a sheepskin to cover his intellectual nakedness." As the elements of newly discovered...
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