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Any clinician interested in improving his ability to use his senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell, in sharpening his sensibility, and in seeing how one can use just the right word in just the right way, will be delighted to study Richard Asher's contribution to the sense and...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal, July 16, under Correspondence, a "correction" was suggested for our paper, "Clinical Value of Motor Nerve Conduction Velocity" (J. A. M. A., April 30, p. 2030), by Dr. Robert Hodes, of one of the references we quoted. During our study,...
Long-term therapy with estrogens, in well-tolerated doses, was studied in men with myocardial infarction. This report indicates the feasibility of such studies. Of 109 men treated with estrogen for an aggregate of over 900 months, only 15 left the clinic for reasons other than death. Of...
Students and practitioners should find this compact handbook a useful guide to the diagnosis and treatment of the commoner diseases of the skin. It is concise and readable and is designed and printed for rapid reference. In this edition the sections on therapy have been extensively...
Selection of a subject for editorial comment in The Journal has never been a problem for me. More possibilities emerge from the subconscious to the conscious each week than there are hours available for perusal in the library and development of an idea to the stage of inscribing on paper...
The differential diagnosis between a new or recurrent gastric neoplasm and an operatively produced deformity in a stomach after subtotal gastrectomy is often difficult. In three of the four cases presented, gastroscopy visualized the areas of distortion and showed that they were due to...
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The article by Dr. James A. Tobey, "The Physician Who Was Nominated for President" (J. A. M. A. 173:296 [May 21] 1960), is a most interesting contribution to our literature on physicians who have made major contributions in fields outside of medicine,...
Paracelsus was born near Zurich, Switzerland, the year after Columbus discovered the new world. He inherited his interest in medicine from his father, a practicing physician, a humanist, and a botanist. History has never produced a satisfactory explanation for the deep interest in...
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