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The normal shoulder joint is capable of motion in several directions. The glenohumeral joint contributes the greatest part of the total motion of which the shoulder joint is capable. There is some argument as to the ratio of motion between the glenohumeral and the scapulothoracic articulation,...
To the Editor:—
Dr. Carmichael's sketch with brief text in the Correspondence section of The Journal (169:176 [Jan. 10] 1959) has come to my attention. Since most cardiac standstills occur from myocardial failure due to rapidly progressive anoxia—stagnant, anemic, or...
This small compendium can be easily carried in a physician's bag or in his pocket. It can be used as a quick source of information in pediatrics for the general practitioner. As the author rightfully states, the text is not intended to be all-inclusive nor to contain controversial...
In this new edition the subject matter has been revised in keeping with advances made in diagnostic roentgenology since the last edition in 1950. A total of 53 pages and 108 illustrations have been added to the new volume. It is divided into six parts: the alimentary tract; the biliary...
Students Receive Scholastic Awards.—
Fifteen University of Colorado School of Medicine students received awards for scholastic excellence at an honor convocation Jan. 22 on the Medical Center campus, Denver. Dean Robert J. Glaser...
A group of 525 people, originally studied with reference to diabetes in 1946, were restudied in 1950 and 1953. In the original group there were 294 classified as normal, 70 as diabetic, and 161 as suspect because of postprandial hyperglycemia. In 1953, 292 subjects remained available for...
The brine bath is part of an active program of treatment for decubitus ulcers. The brine is a solution of 5% crude rock salt and 2.5% magnesium sulfate. The temperature is about 37.8 C (100 F) at the beginning but should be adjusted to the patient's tolerance; it is allowed to decline...
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