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A problem in science can be solved in only one way: a question is proposed in such a simple way that Nature must provide a categorical answer. But man cannot devour a big meal with a single gulp. For difficult problems a series of connected interrogations are necessary; as a result of...
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Success with human renal homografts in identical twins with renal failure and the development of better immunosuppressive techniques have resulted in more widespread application of this experimental mode to the treatment of end-stage kidney...
It has been known for a number of years that organisms of the genus Mycoplasma can produce severe and often debilitating respiratorytract disease in birds, mice, rats, goats, sheep, and cattle.1-3 However, it was not until recently that a Mycoplasma organism was implicated in...
Dr. E. J. Morrissey:
A 75-year-old woman tripped going down a flight of stairs and injured her left leg. She suffered no other injury in her fall.
Twenty years previously the patient had fractured the neck of her left femur. A closed reduction and nailing...
Some persons can be hypnotized via television, two psychiatrists reported at the 114th Annual Convention of the American Medical Association.
Their experimental findings, they said, point to broad, future uses of hypnosis in mass education, research, group treatment, and even...
WITH THE lengthening of life expectancy, it is anticipated that an increasing number of patients with severe cardiac disease will be considered for surgical excision of coincidental malignant neoplasia. In patients with serious cardiac arrhythmias who must undergo major cancer surgery,...
Atlas of Pulmonary Resections would seem to provide needed information to young men in thoracic surgery. The book is a concise, systematic review of pulmonary resection techniques including pneumonectomy, lobectomy, and segmental resection, which are covered very well. While there are...
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