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The diagnostic radiologist is a clinical consultant who is expected to help the referring physician help his patients. How is this best accomplished?
In a recent paper,1 Dr. Max Ritvo of Boston discussed this topic in what amounted to a whirlwind tour of diagnostic radiology, its...
To the Editor:—
The editorial in The Journal, Aug. 27, page 1930, "The Arthritic Hog," should do much to restimulate the interdisciplinary approach to comparative pathology and infectious diseases.
The lack of sufficient correlation of information in the...
Patients suffering with chronic arthritis often have great curiosity about their ailments. Some read extensively among publications available to laymen. This type of reading may be helpful in that it allays fears and anxieties, leads to a better co-operation between patients and...
Major General William E. Shambora, commanding general of Brooke Army Medical Center for the past seven years, retired on Sept. 30, 1960, after more than 35 years of active military service. The high point of the...
The success of a book may, in general, be gauged by the number of its editions. The appearance of a new edition is in itself evidence of the value of a publication. This fifth edition, edited by the son of the original author, has been enlarged and enhanced by contributions from a...
The psychiatry department of a general hospital can serve a preventive as well as a therapeutic function. The Trouble-Shooting Clinic here described combines the two aspects, serving in major emergencies as well as in minor problems involving guidance, on a walk-in basis, around the...
The infamous "skillet carryer" (a student who carries a tray of dressings and instruments during ward rounds ), surgeon, and plagiarist, John Browne (1642-1702), is not to be confused with Sir Thomas Browne, the famous 17th century surgeon whose Religio Medici is one of the great...
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