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Pituitary Gland Bank Planned.—
Established of what is reported to be the first pituitary bank was announced July 20 at the University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. The chief purpose of the bank is to help assure...
Many excellent reports have been published concerning the care of thoracic wounds during World War II and the Korean conflict, but little has appeared recently about civilian wounds. It is the purpose of this paper to set forth the system by which gunshot wounds of the chest are handled at the...
To the Editor:—
We appreciate the abstracting of our article, "Results Obtained by Superficial Femoral Vein Ligation," (Keisker and Bowers: Surgery 47:224 [Feb.] 1960) in The Journal, May 14, page 208. In the abstract, however, there is a mistake concerning the...
An analysis of methods in which barium enemas are performed in some departments of radiology will usually show that complete asepsis is lacking. In most, the enema tip is disposable, but the enema set (can, all tubing, glass connecting rods, and tips) is autoclaved or disposed of after each...
To the Editor:—
I would like to comment on the article by Harris, Lipscomb, and Hodgson on the diagnosis of congenital lesions of the hip, which was published in The Journal, May 21, page 229.I note that 11,010 infants were examined on the first day of life and again...
In a series of patients with meningitis cared for over a period of 14 1/2 years there were 55 in whom the causative organism was identified as a pneumococcus. The overall mortality rate was 25 %, but in patients over 40 years of age the mortality rate exceeded 50 %. Only 4 of the...
It is dangerous to limit the freedom of any living organism to adjust itself to changing conditions. In particular, the freedom to move about and change position is essential, and to restrict it is to invite serious trouble. The mass of evidence on which this conviction is based...
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