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We know that chivalry is of the past, but what about gallantry? Does it still find a place in modern society?
Women's liberation has opened our eyes to the sinister implications of what men always thought to be gallant acts and words. They sense condescension, even disdain, in a man's...
The MEDEX approach to the training and deployment of physician extenders is described and contrasted with other physician-extender training models, and results of a survey of 277 MEDEX graduates and 207 trainees are presented. Practically all MEDEX graduates and trainees are employed in...
This is the first complete radiology textbook dealing exclusively with the gastrointestinal tract of infants and children that has been published in this country since 1959. Individual chapters take up each segment of the intestinal tract, and there are sections on the abdomen and peritoneal...
To the Editor.—
I am writing regarding the article by Drs Burbige and Milligan entitled "Pseudomembranous Colitis: Association With Antibiotics and Therapy with Cholestyramine" (231:1157, 1975). If the use of a drug such as cholestyramine resin proves to be effective in the treatment of...
edited by Marvin Kohl, 255 pp, $10.95, paper $4.95, Buffalo, NY (923 Kensington), Prometheus Books, 1975.
The question of death is intimately bound to questions of the dying experience, and to the nature of human pain and suffering, the value of patience and endurance, and...
THE CARCINOEMBRYONIC antigen (CEA) of the human digestive system was first described in 1965 after a series of experiments involving the immunization of heterologous animals with human-colon cancer-tissue extracts and the preparation of antitumor antisera under well-defined conditions. The CEA...
EMOTIONAL disorders associated with old age ordinarily are considered to be due to presenile, senile, arteriosclerotic, and mixed types of organic brain syndromes. Functional mental illness has only recently been recognized as a major concomitant of old age. Even slight, so-called normal...
MANY epidemiologic and laboratory studies of travelers' diarrhea have been conducted, but because of variations in study design and geographic location, it is not known whether the etiology and source of the affliction are the same worldwide. The clinical syndrome generally follows a typical...
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