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Medical instrumentation is a field of constantly increasing ingenuity, particularly since World War II. At least one American graduate school now offers opportunities for advanced studies in this imaginative and eminently useful branch of invention. A volume that includes descriptions of...
School of Aviation Medicine Moved.—
The Air Force School of Aviation Medicine moved in July from Randolph Air Force Base, northeast of San Antonio, Texas, to new quarters at Brooks Air Force Base, on the southern edge of the...
Two series of patients with tic douloureux were followed up after surgery. In one series of 100 patients (Cleveland series) the extradural approach was used and the sensory root of the trigeminus was freed from its dural sleeve and otherwise manipulated; in the other (Copenhagen) series...
A 50-year-old woman with a long history of lumbar and sciatic pain had only temporary and incomplete relief after conventional treatment. An attempt was made by another physician to stabilize the joints concerned by injecting a sclerosing solution into the ligaments about the lumbosacral...
Coronary embolism, as a cause for myocardial infarction, has probably been diagnosed clinically only three or four times.1 Small coronary emboli are usually of little clinical significance and are not infrequently seen at autopsy in cases of bacterial endocarditis2 and in some forms of verrucous...
From time to time through the years someone comes up with the suggestion that sexual criminals, or persons who might become such because of uncontrollable sexual urges, ought to be castrated. It is not always clear whether the suggestion has in mind the protection of the public or the...
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