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Abstract America needs more young general practitioners, yet the decline in medical students planning general practice is alarming. A physician, by acquiring through medical-school training the essential skills of the profession and by devoting these skills to his patients' welfare, can in truth...
This book continues the excellent series dealing with various phases of physical medicine. It is a valuable addition to the Licht Physical Medicine Library. This text adds 14 more authors to the 90 who have contributed to this growing library, and once more Licht has gathered his...
The preface to this edition states that the purpose of the text is to present to general practitioners, internists, and gastroenterologists the surgical aspects of gastroenterology. The term "surgical gastroenterology" is not exactly clear to a purist, and there is serious doubt as to...
Recent studies of nephrotic kidneys, according to Dubach and Recant,1 implicate the glomerulus as the primary site of injury. Farquhar and associates have demonstrated, with the aid of electron microscope, that the most consistent and striking alterations in a nephrotic kidney was a...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal, Aug. 13, page 1655, Austin Smith, M.D., stated, "Detail men form an indispensable link between the doctor and new knowledge that can help or save a patient," and, "In a few minutes the detail man can acquaint the doctor with the...
To the Editor:—
The "Improved Urinal," reported in The Journal, July 9, page 1129, is not new, and the proposal that it can substitute for an indwelling urethral catheter in the management of incontinence is misleading and dangerous.
Since early in World...
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