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Letter writers concerning themselves with causes J seldom see these causes meet with any degree of success. Perhaps by writing they concentrate on the anger left behind and neglect the work that lies ahead. In a previous issue of The Journal,1 one letter writer, complaining about...
In a series of 100 patients with respiratory distress, plasmin therapy with or without additional anticoagulant therapy was found to be superior to classic conservative therapy or anticoagulant therapy alone, Julian L. Ambrus, Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, reported in a...
Parts of this book previously appeared in the author's early work, Fundamentals of Clinical Fluoroscopy. The purpose of this monograph is also to give the reader an intelligent approach to the study and application of roentgenologic diagnosis, with emphasis on fluoroscopy and spot...
A group of Cleveland investigators has developed and successfully tested an electronic system enabling patients to use nerve impulses in intact muscle tissue to bypass motor neurons and manipulate denervated muscles.
In developing the system, Lojze Vodovnik, James B. Reswick, and...
THE SEARCH for improved ways of visualizing structures which lie hidden beneath the skin has been a continuous one since Roentgen's momentous discovery of x-ray in 1895. The contents of the cranial vault have been investigated with much success by arteriography and pneumography. The...
The medical society of the state of New York celebrated the 80th birthday of Dr. Abraham Jacobi by giving a reception at which a bronze portrait relief of him was unveiled. Perhaps I can best express my own feelings at being the 1964 recipient of the Abraham Jacobi Award by quoting from...
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