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Bullough has set himself the problem: How did medicine get to be a profession? Medicine, he believes, was one of the first groups to gain "professional recognition," and this process he tries to "examine historically."
What, then, is a profession? "In simple terms a profession is...
Extracorporeal Irradiation Of Lymph
Extracorporealdiation of lymph as a technique for immunosuppression is undergoing clinical trial at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston.
On March 30, 1967, a 52-year-old man received a cadaver renal...
Reflected ultrasound, using the echo-ranging technique, has had increasing application as a diagnostic method over the past few years. Subsequent to the introduction of echoencephalography in 1955, the technique has been widely accepted as a diagnostic procedure in the determination of...
To the Editor:—
Since the original description by Thomson and Marson in 1953,1 there have been at least ten additional reports of the occurrence of polycythemia associated with uterine fibroids. All of these patients have had very large tumors; all have responded to...
Although G. J. Guthrie was the outstanding military surgeon in England in his time, he was never appointed to the highest post, Inspector-General of its army hospitals.1 He was born in London, where his father was engaged in the manufacture of emplastrum lythargyri and other surgical...
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