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VENEREALLY TRANSMITTED vibrio infections of cattle and sheep are a major cause of contagious abortion in these animals. The causative organism, Vibrio fetus, has rarely been encountered in human infections; approximately fewer than 25 well documented cases have been reported....
THE TITLE of this discourse struck me as somewhat unusual when it was assigned to me. I am not accustomed to thinking of ground rules in connection with specialization or education. The title was not changed, in spite of an invitation to do so, for, on second thought, the phrase "ground...
THE ANABOLIC STEROIDS which produce nitrogen retention with minimal androgenic activity are receiving wide application in the treatment of cachexia associated with chronic diseases, burns, osteoporosis, and fractures and as an adjunct in prolonged steroid therapy.1 These agents which...
Facts and experiments are only the bare bones of science, which must be covered with a flesh of theoretical concepts. Many scientific disciplines have a somewhat forbidding exterior, so that their charms are not always immediately apparent. Indeed, a special exposition may be needed to...
Mental Health Plan Advances.—
A House Commerce subcommittee opposed a trimmed-down version of the Senate-passed Mental Retardation Facilities and Community Mental Health Centers Construction Act.
Grants for construction of mental retardation research...
Cots are used instead of hospital beds in the Soviet Union; most mental patients are treated in outpatient dispensaries; government posters warn against smoking although the state produces the cigarets.
These are a few of the observations made by Dr. William H. Stewart, chief of...
In the lead communication of the July 6 issue, titled "Hemodynamic Changes Associated with Various Surgical Positions," the two figures on page 4 are transposed. The legend for Fig 6 applies to the illustration directly below that legend and the legend for Fig 7 applies to the...
The physician lives in a medical environment that is far more complex than he might at first imagine. Medicine includes a great deal more than the direct contact between doctor and patient. There are accessory contacts and relationships that go far afield, and yet are of extreme...
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