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A pertinent incident was not mentioned in the editorial about Sir Frederick Banting and the discovery of insulin (198: 660, 1966). In October 1920, Sir Frederick read Dr. Moses Barron's paper describing a fibrotic pancreas wherein the acinar...
Despite the Herculean efforts of many committees on curriculum it is doubtful that the ideal educational program will be achieved in any medical school. The multiple factors of teachers, students, subjects, and changing scientific and social scenes present so many complex and unsettled...
This new monograph is based partly on the Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery Courses of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, and partly on the author's personal experiences in dealing with ophthalmic reconstructive surgical problems. The present volume, the third of a series...
Described by Ord in 1884 as a simple physical sign in myxedema, the delayed ankle-jerk response has since become an invitation to complex reflex-timing devices. The first ankle-jerk timer was a pneumatic registering system introduced by Chaney in 1924. There soon followed a variety of...
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