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QUATERNARY ammonium compounds (QAC) have been in common use for more than a decade because of their wetting and antibacterial properties. As disinfectants they have many useful attributes and have been recommended for cold sterilization of instruments which cannot be autoclaved.1 However, since...
Lieut. Col. Allen F. Kingman, Jr., has returned to Brooke Army Medical Center to again become the chief of the neurosurgery service in Brooke General Hospital. He held that position from 1955 to 1958, when he went to Hawaii...
This book assembles many data bearing upon the problem of intervertebral disc disease, and it will make good reading for all interested in the entity. It is produced in handsome style with excellent engravings and with colored plates of histologic preparations made with a stain developed...
The practical importance of the lymphatic circulation need not be mentioned to any physician who has seen cases of lymphedema, lymphangitis, elephantiasis, and so on. The theoretical importance and the baffling difficulty of the subject is suggested on page 41 with reference to the work...
To the Editor:—
In answer to a question in the The Journal, March 18, 1961, page 1037, Dr. Edward Bigg stated: "Barium sulfate contains a trace of iodine. Due to the volume of suspension used in either an upper gastrointestinal series or barium enema, a significant...
To the Editor:—
I have not conducted any studies on the actual change in protein bound iodine, nor on the effect of the administration of barium sulfate prior to I131-uptake studies; however, the following references are pertinent:
In view of this...
THE DISCIPLINE of medical genetics is a relative newcomer among the basic medical sciences. While clinicians have spoken of certain diseases as being hereditary or familial since the time of Hippocrates, this knowledge remained empiric and fragmentary until the science of genetics began to...
Senator Humphrey asked for an opportunity to present in The Journal his views on health care under social security. The AMA disagrees with Senator Humphrey in principle, and specifically with many of the statements which appear in this communication. In deference to him, however, his manuscript...
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