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When I was a general practitioner in a small town in the South, one of my friends told me the mark of a country doctor is that he has fertilizer on his shoes and a story to tell. I have more stories from my three years as a general practitioner than I do from over 30 years as an...
To the Editor.—
This is in reference to the question of whether there are valid instances in which combined use of different antipsychotic agents is indicated, eg, chlorpromazine and haloperidol.1
I don't believe that Kimball and Glass explained the rationale of many of the psychiatrists who...
Medical Histology is a beautiful and well-written labor of love geared to the needs of the medical student. The information has been assiduously selected and effectively presented for use in various curricula and as a reference text for physicians seeking review in microscopic anatomy. The...
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The important article of Dr Gary D. Hodgen1 describing surrogate embryo transfer in monkeys mentions the unexpected demise of one of the donors from tuboovarian ectopic pregnancy. Much to his credit, the author did not dismiss this observation, obviously unrelated to the field...
Using age-specific rates for multiple sclerosis (MS) based on a national survey, the number of "naturally occurring" new cases of MS among the 45 million swine flu vaccine recipients in the United States is estimated as 1,624 during the year after vaccination, or 31 cases per week. Information...
I share with the writer of the letter a deep disquietude about the fact that my comments are at variance with the goal of "equal access to quality care." But I was referring to realities, not to my or anybody else's preferences. Accordingly, despite the large number of physicians...
This is a plea to the tattoo artists of the world. In practicing your craft, please consider us poor surgeons who have to face your tattoos when we do our incisions.
I get butterflies doing surgery on tattooed people. As a resident doing research surgery on calves, I was delighted to find that...
Medicine for the Practicing Physician is a textbook from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. The editor in chief is J. Willis Hurst, MD; there are 29 editors and 88 other contributors. Features that distinguish this book from others in the field include the pragmatic orientation for...
"Best buy in its class" is the rating given the second edition of this comprehensive overview of the field of diagnostic ultrasonography. The editor has achieved her goal of presenting all areas of sonography in one textbook with ample illustrations and lucid text. The scope and clarity of this...
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