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THIS IS a time for reappraisal and reconceptualization for psychiatrists. Critics deny the concept of mental illness, question the special expertise of psychiatrists for treating emotional disorders, protest against the practices of involuntary commitment and behavior modification, cite the...
Never has an illusion of innocence been so thoroughly shattered as in the case of the late systolic murmur with a systolic click. Taught for years that this auscultatory finding is innocent, we would rarely inform the patient about it, and, if we did, we would hasten to reassure him, or more...
This volume is a compendium of papers presented at an International Symposium conducted by the Department of Ophthalmology in Iowa City. The participants are recognized authorities in their respective fields, and the subjects covered constitute some of the principal ophthalmic problems related...
JUVENILE aponeurotic fibroma was first described as a tumor occurring in the palms and soles of young children.1 Since the original report of four cases, a total of approximately 60 cases2-13 have been described in the literature, primarily in journals devoted to pathology and cancer. Of 60...
Joseph Jones prepared himself well for a career in science by achieving academic distinction at Princeton University and in the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania under the guidance of Samuel Jackson and Joseph Leidy (1856).
Jones' first ambition was to pursue research....
The purpose of the short review was to indicate that we now have reasonable evidence that there is an important association between the softness and hardness of drinking water and death rates from cardiovascular disease. It is not unexpected that the manufacturers of water-softening...
I HAVE found Don Harper Mills1 article, "Whither Informed Consent?" to be a fine recounting of the doctrine of informed consent and of the implications of the doctrine for daily medical practice. There are, however, a few aspects of the article with which I must take substantial issue, for I...
To the Editor.—
Bagla and Golden reported (233:450,1975) the case of a 52-year-old woman, without any symptoms of cerebrovascular disease, who was hospitalized for treatment of a urinary tract infection and was noted to have a unilateral arcus senilis on the right and a modest reduction in...
In the abstract "Comparison of Gallamine With d-Tubocurarine Effects on Fasciculations After Succinylcholine" published June 30 (232:1412, 1975), the dosage of gallamine should be 30 mg/70 kg, not 30 mg/kg.
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