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Since 1963 the AMA has organized and subsidized more than a dozen seminars in medical writing. These have ranged in length from one day to eight weeks, and have been attended by many dozens of physicians and medical students.
Between August 1967 and August 1968, the AMA staff...
There is little controversy regarding the dire clinical status of the patient who presents with prostration, hypotension, pallor, coldness, moisture of the skin, collapse of superficial veins, suppression of the formation of urine, and usually, obtunded mental status. The term "shock" is...
To the Editor:—
The authors of the article, "Familial Fatal Varicella" (206:305, 1968), give apt descriptions of this most distressing complication of chickenpox. My concern pertains to the therapy described.
Each one of the five children received a...
Dr. John Conley must have had a delightful experience in gathering this material and selecting the illustrations for his monograph, Face-Lift Operation. From the aborigines of Australia to the world's senior philosopher, Bertrand Russell, from the elaborately tattooed and painted...
Since the first edition appeared 24 years ago, "Orr's" has been a reliable operative manual for residents and young general surgeons. The new fourth edition, edited by George Higgins, will be no exception.
This book is more of an operative atlas than a textbook, but has some...
With the increasing trend toward combined therapies in clinical, oncologic, investigational protocols, there is a demand for greater accuracy in staging the true extent of the cancer at the initiation of treatment. The development of a clinical form of staging is often passed over in...
To the Editor:—
I was somewhat disturbed by the answer to the question on responsibility for emergency room care (205:807, 1968). A hospital and its medical staff have a major legal and moral responsibility to everybody that the hospital accepts for treatment, and...
A practical and economical method of obtaining a patient's past history and system review has been developed. The programmed medical history (PMH) can be used in any physician's office without special equipment. A programmed self-administered questionnaire containing about 935 questions...
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