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MECKEL'S diverticulum is a frequently seen variation of persistent vitelline duct remnant (omphalomesenteric duct) in infancy and childhood. Various forms have been documented and are rather familiar to the medical profession. Recently I encountered a new form of vitelline duct remnant appearing...
I appreciate Dr Tulsky's comments supporting the position presented in my COMMENTARY and agree with him that physicians serving on hospital boards must be qualified in the way he describes. His letter particularly interests me because it so effectively reflects the many comments I...
This volume might be better subtitled, "All You Ever Wanted to Know About Pediatrics But Were Too Busy to Look Up." The soft-cover volume includes more than 500 pages of the kind of pediatric trivia that is of no consequence until it is needed, at which time it becomes crucial. Examples of this...
Sir Winston Churchill once noted that the British and Americans were divided by a common language. However, he had an advantage because with his American mother he had been accustomed from birth to the differences. The truth of his statement is often overlooked by those visiting either the...
This volume stemmed from the first meeting of the History of Neurosciences Group held at the Medical Society of London and honoring one of its founders, Macdonald Critchley, world-famous neurologist then in his 80th year. Toward the back of the book, just ahead of a nine-page index, seven pages...
To the Editor.—
This is in reply to the letter by Drs McIntyre and Keystone(1982;247:1565) regarding our previously published article (1981; 246:68).
The egg count per gram of feces is a well-known method for estimating the intensity of worm infection, because it reflects the number of worms...
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