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We agree with Ms Burtness' comments about the importance of rape crisis centers. Physicians should investigate the availability of such centers in their communities. Unfortunately, rape crisis centers are not available in all areas. If available, the physician should mention the...
The increasing link between the humanities and medicine has received a boost with the establishment, by the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Rootstown, Ohio, of the first annual national poetry competition for medical students.
For the 1982-1983 year, 560 poems from 224...
We thank Dr Simmons for his suggestion of a further scientific uncertainty connected with the studies of salicylate use and Reye's syndrome. In our JAMA review article and also in the original case-control studies,1-3 the term salicylate was used as a general label for compounds that...
To the Editor.—
I have become aware that in my EDITORIAL (1982;248:1743), I attributed the resemblance of the choices for treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and a Cantonese restaurant menu to Wilbur Blechman of North Miami Beach, Fla. I have discovered that, although I heard it from Blechman...
Many elegant surveys have characterized the future American internist during the past few years. About 75% of residents plan on subspecialty training, and certain characteristics (religion, economic status, and training in or out of their home states) seem to be associated with this decision.1...
To the Editor.—
A recent article by Woelfel and Hansbrough described a 63-year-old man with spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and pneumoperitoneum (1983;249:921). My surgical colleague (Arthur R. Marks, MD, of Fairfield, Ill) and I have recently seen a similar case.
Report of a Case.—
Treatments for premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, seem as varied as the symptoms themselves. Now to add to this diversity, Carlos Soto-Albors, MD, director of the PMS clinic and research fellow in reproductive endocrinology at the University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, has found in...
This slim volume is based on a symposium on health and obesity and presents an up-to-date review of several topics in clinical obesity. The symposium participants are well-known experts in the field and the book will be useful for physicians, house staff, and paramedical personnel interested in...
To the Editor.—
Since the first report of treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy with amitriptyline hydrochloride and fluphenazine hydrochloride in seven patients by Davis et al in The Journal (1977;238:2291), the use of tricyclic antidepressants with or without combination with...
This book will be valuable for the pathologist in training, as well as for the practicing surgical pathologist. For the trainee pathologist, it provides explicit details, extensively and clearly illustrated, of the handling of most specimens likely to be encountered in any surgical pathology...
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