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This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract The title of this book is somewhat misleading, as less than half of it is devoted to clinical topics. The other topics, however, such as ethics,...
T6-antigen—bearing Langerhans' cells were detected in a touch imprint of eosinophilic granuloma involving a thoracic vertebra of an 11-year-old boy. It is interesting to note that in this localized form of histiocytosis X, no T6-antigen-bearing Langerhans' cells were found in the peripheral...
This timely book is designed to be of interest to researchers and clinicians in the fields of photobiology, dermatology, and radiology, while also being useful as a general reference for practicing physicians. In its preface, the authors state "this book describes the paradigms, experimental...
Drs Blewitt and Siegel draw attention to several interesting issues. First, they state that we did not cite examples of phenylpropanolamine-associated complications in patients using the drug responsibly. Our patient 1, the patient described by Lee et al,1 and several patients...
The program and principles of AA are explained in detail in the book, Alcoholics Anonymous,1 in which may be found the "Twelve Steps" and "Twelve Traditions." Tradition 11 states: "Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain...
To the Editor.—
The report of the results of the recent Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and North American Primary Care Research Group survey of family medicine residencies and university academic units (1983;249:63) provides interesting and useful data for the field of family medicine,...
Drs Horwitz and Rizzoli are to be complimented for performing the monumental task of describing postoperative complications of intracranial surgery. In this volume, to be followed by a second volume delineating complications associated with spinal surgery, there is a comprehensive review of all...
Many of the patients I cared for lived within a few miles of the hospital, as I had for my entire life. So it wasn't unusual to see a familiar face: a policeman, the minister's wife, or the father of an old flame. Once I cared for the owner of the only toy store in the area, an appropriately...
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