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The late results of operations to correct stricture of the bile ducts were investigated in 265 patients who responded to requests for follow-up study. They had undergone altogether 308 operations from 1 to 25 years before the time of the study. In every case but one the stricture...
This volume is similar in format to the preceding ones but also includes the cumulative index for volumes 7 to 12. The first article is a tribute to the late Dr. Sterling Bunnell and gives a brief review of his many accomplishments, with stress on his interest in and his influence on...
To the Editor:—
The internist is the only specialist in the realm of medicine who must continually attempt to define and/or describe the function of his specialty. This is true, as evidenced in the editorial by Dr. Paul S. Rhoads in the Archives of Internal Medicine,...
Herpes zoster, erroneously considered a rare disease in children, is fairly common but often unrecognized because it produces little reaction in the pediatric patient. Clinical observations of seven children with this illness are presented. None of the children had been exposed to the...
To the Editor:—
Having spent seven years in the Orient, most of that time on the staff of a struggling union medical college in China, I hasten to agree with Dr. Karl M. Bowman and Dr. Francis S. Smyth (J. A. M. A. 170:2130 [Aug. 22]) concerning the most efficient...
The complement-fixation test has been in routine use in the First U. S. Army Medical Laboratory for the diagnosis of trichinosis. On occasion the bentonite-flocculation test has also been performed. Recently we have developed an agglutination procedure with latex (polystyrene) particles which...
The therapeutic usefulness of iproniazid prompted the search for related compounds when hepatotoxicity was reported. One of the newer analogues developed is beta-phenylisopropylhydrazine (Catron), and the following case represents a hepatic reaction with a fatal outcome after its...
To anyone engaged in the teaching of residents in orthopedic surgery this book may well be the fulfillment of a dream. Active orthopedists have all wished that they might find the time to impart their knowledge by producing a volume such as this. This book presents the accumulation of...
Appointment of Medical Officers.—
For the last two years, applications for appointment in the regular Air Force submitted by physicians who graduated from medical school in 1955 have been returned to the applicant without action....
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