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I have read the paper on whiplash injuries by Dr. Emil Seletz in The Journal, Nov. 29, 1959, and must take issue with many statements therein. The statement is made that "The disturbance of the great occipital nerve is further aggravated by spasm of...
This volume represents the collaborative efforts of 13 physicians and research workers in the field of clinical endocrinology to present both the normal and abnormal aspects of human reproduction. After a general introductory chapter on sex hormone relationships the topics discussed...
So much has been learned about ventricular fibrillation in recent years that in the future it may be possible to reduce its incidence. However, ventricular fibrillation is still a mystery in that it has no anatomic identity. It leaves no trace when it kills. It confuses the medical...
Education is a human experience, and methods of training are many and varied. Medical education, perhaps better than any other field, illustrates the progress of teaching through the years—how new ideas and methods developed and how the best of them were carried forward and augmented by...
Most students enter medical school with an idealism often not expressed but directed toward human service. With this is also frequently coupled a deep-seated curiosity as to the nature of biological phenomena and an intent, in some vague way, to elucidate them further. The humane...
The research orientation and the practitioner of medicine is a subject that defies easy analysis and ready solution. The impact of research on the practitioner is just as important as the impact of research on the patient. As a matter of fact, the end-result is much the same. The...
Mankind must learn to live safely in the artificial environment that is being created by the atomic industrial revolution. That this can be done is illustrated by the fact that 38 million radiologic examinations are done annually in the United States alone; diagnostic radiology is...
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