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Society sets the minimal standards of medical practice. These are represented by state board examinations, by the few national and state laws that deal with certain aspects of medical practice, and by the threat of criminal or civil action in instances of malpractice or overt disregard of law....
Ferrebee and Thomas1 discuss the problems associated with transplantation of marrow in man in the current issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine (Oct. 1960). Except in the case of identical twins, the genetic differences in the chromosomes of host and donor excite an immunologic...
Pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis is a rare disease, there being only 50 or 60 cases described in the medical literature. Since, as a rule, persons with this condition are completely asymptomatic, the diagnosis is usually made after a routine radiographic examination of the thorax. The disease...
Methylene blue has been used for some years to reveal the presence of block within the ventricular system. Information gained from the procedure has been considered valuable, the drug harmless. Reactions were considered anaphylactic in type. Experimental observations emphasize, however,...
Unless the physician has attempted to familiarize himself with genetics and to keep pace with its rapidly changing concepts and theories, he is likely to prove a source of misinformation to his patients, quite unwittingly. It is typical of people in general, in our conforming world, that...
On Oct. 9, 1960, the third T. Duckett Jones Memorial Award was presented to Dr. Rebecca C. Lancefield in recognition of her long and continuing studies which are so largely responsible for present knowledge of the biology of hemolytic streptococci. The presentation was made at The...
Statistics were gathered on 251 cases of rheumatoid arthritis treated for long and short periods with dexamethasone. In a private clinic there were 187 patients from mines and steel mills. In an arthritis clinic of a general hospital, there was a second group of 64 patients, sedentary...
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