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This small volume comprises a symposium on the treatment of menstrual dysfunctions held in April, 1963. Most of the participants are well known for their work in experimental or clinical gynecology. There was reason to hope that such a distinguished gathering would produce a goodly...
The quadrennial renewal of the modern Olympic Games will take place in Japan this October. Six thousand athletes competed in Rome four years ago, and even more are expected to appear in Tokyo. The United States will, as usual, have one of the largest teams, probably over 400 men and...
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I have read Dr. Arthur Leistyna's question on shoulder girdle weakness and gasoline vapors in the Jan 25 issue (JAMA 187:314), and I agree with Dr. Johnstone's opinion that the patient's occupation was probably irrelevant.
HETEROTROPHIC CALCIFICATION, periarticular calcification, and traumatic myositis ossificans are names used as synonyms to describe the development of non-neoplastic bone in muscle following trauma. Although myositis ossificans has been reported following paralytic diseases of the central...
Pentazocine is a new nonaddicting analgesic derived from the benzomorphan nucleus. A preliminary single-blind study carried out postoperatively on 185 male patients was performed to determine analgesic effects and side actions, especially concerning respiratory function. Analgesia was...
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Concerning the Question and Answer on "Recurrent Erysipelas" (JAMA 188:333 [April 20] 1964), the consultant omitted one factor. In many cases of recurrent erysipelas or cellulitis of the legs, one should look for foci of epidermophytosis pedis. Many...
The HUMANE physician's compassionate concern for his patient's problems was recognized and eloquently called for by Hippocrates and is every bit as valuable and necessary today.
The great physicians of today, though no less humane than their predecessors, are vastly more capable...
Erythropoietic protoporphyria is a relatively rare metabolic anomaly occurring in childhood and characterized by various types of cutaneous lesions on light-exposed areas. The lesions are a photosensitive response to an excess of protoporphyrin. Diagnosis can be established by...
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