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I recently read a newspaper account of a paper given at the AMA meeting in San Francisco concerning malpractice suits against physicians. According to the authors, part of the hostility of lawyers toward the medical profession may be due to the fact...
When one of the nation's great hospitals passes its 100th birthday, the most appronriate celebration, perhaps, is a careful and authoritative history of that institution. The present volume records in detail the story of the Boston City Hospital. Founded in 1864, the hospital had...
Indicating the vastness of the subject and the thoroughness of Duke-Elder's treatment, this large book discusses only the congenital deformities which are apparent at birth. Other congenital diseases whose effects are manifest after birth are to be presented in their logical place in...
Theg practitioner of the city of New York in the first quarter of the 19th century was one of the fine examples of a skillful physician and a wise citizen who has adorned American medicine in every generation.1 David's father, born in Scotland, was an artillery officer under General...
Control of the dystrophic process in muscles should follow discovery of the fundamental defects involved in the structure, chemistry, and function of the affected tissue. Complete understanding will be based upon correlations of biochemical and morphologic lesions with disordered...
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During a recent panel discussion, I received from the audience an inquiry implying that sigmoidoscopic examination is, after all, not too important, because such examinations reveal polyps in only a small group of patients and because even with the...
A PATIENT with chronic ulcerative colitis recently developed hemolytic anemia during treatment with salicylazosulfapyridine (Azulfidine). Although about 17% of the patients treated with this medication have mild side effects, serious reactions are seen rarely. This case is presented to...
More than 25 years of pediatric teaching and practice form the basis for this British study. Investigating the normal child from birth to five years of age. Illingworth discusses problems other than diseases.
The book is divided into four major areas: aspects of breast feeding,...
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