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The great contemporary discoveries which have shaped medical progress all have their objective data suitably recorded in the literature. But not ordinarily recorded are the subjective and personal factors, "the human side of history." This aspect "is best told by people who had roles in...
THE REMARKABLE ADVANCES made in medicine do not include the cause and cure of peptic ulcer. Treatment continues to be dominated by speculation, insufficient awareness of the "spontaneous" remissions and exacerbations, and by excessive reliance upon therapeutic trials in animals and in...
THE GENERAL ROENTGENOLOGIST spends about one half of his time, derives about one half of his income, involves about one half of his patients, and utilizes about one half of his equipment costs in the examination of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Certainly he is hopeful that his...
PROPOXYPHENE HYDROCHLORIDE (Darvon) has become a widely used analgesic with toxic properties that have been previously noted in accidental childhood poisonings and suicide attempts.1-3,6 A recent fatality in a teenage girl is the subject of this report. It is the first reported death...
Possible areas of high priority for future studies were discussed in Chicago on January 31, by the five man research committee of the Education and Research Foundation of the AMA. It was the consensus that research endeavors can be conducted in three major divisions: (1) clinical, (2)...
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Wolff and his associates (JAMA 185:568 [Aug 17] 1963) recently indicated that the induction of diabetes mellitus represents a not infrequent complication associated with the long-term administration of benzothiadiazine diuretics. The evidence...
THE POPULARITY of the air contrast barium enema depends on two asserted reasons: (1) its ability to detect polyps that can be discovered by no other method and (2) the clarity of studies which result.
When this method was used to the exclusion of others several serious mistakes...
Although many aspects of phenylketonuria have been thoroughly evaluated, the behavioral characteristics of the disease have received little attention. The specific psychological symptoms—if any—and their biopsychogenesis merit further investigation, especially since it has been...
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