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The somewhat overused term "obsolescence" is probably an accurate description of the clinician's dilemma as he views with dismay a multitude of new technological methods. Two decades ago the medical school graduate believed himself competent to interpret the status of the patient's...
To the Editor:—
In the editorial "Tonsillectomy Mortality" ( 194: 824, 1965) the statement is made, "An adequate airway is essential for proper oxygenation. This can be maintained with or without an endotracheal tube, but cannot be compromised at any time without...
The problems relating to criminal abortion are of utmost complexity from social, medical, and legal viewpoints. Airing these problems is deemed prerequisite to any attempt at solution, and clarifying therapeutic abortion laws, to bring them into conformity with responsible medical...
When our amphibian ancestors left the unfriendly waters for the beckoning fresh air of dry land, they smuggled in some of the sea in the extracellular compartments of their internal environment. No similar opportunity to play it safe is likely to present itself to our progeny, should the...
Although much has been written about the diagnosis. and management of shoulder-hand syndrome, diverse opinions remain with respect to the optimal treatment. For purposes of definition, the shoulder-hand syndrome should be considered an aspect of the more general term—reflex sympathetic...
Several keystone theories of the lymphatic system's role in the metastasis of malignancy have been challenged by two brothers working at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
A series of experiments tracing tumor cell transport and dissemination under various...
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