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To the Editor.—
The recent COMMENTARY entitled "How to Prepare and Present a Lecture"1 was an excellent description of the treatment of a common disorder, namely, poor lecturing. My own contribution is a further analysis of the clinical presentation of this disorder.
The institution with which...
A competitive marketplace potentially creates new pressures for teaching hospitals. To assess possible trends in teaching hospitals' case-load, we studied surgical utilization in 1972 and 1981 using two national data sets. The percentage of total patients hospitalized for surgery increased in...
Blood of the tortoise. Testicles of the hippopotamus. Feces of the land crocodile. Root of strychnos gathered at the time of the waning of the moon, put into a piece of linen, and hung around the neck. Scrapings from the selenite stone found by night at the waxing of the moon. Filings of iron...
I am most grateful to the many physicians who wrote advocating a possible relationship between IBS and MVPS. Many underlying causes were suggested, ranging from electrolyte imbalance to monosodium glutamate intolerance.
I am unfamiliar with LTS as described by Galland et al. The...
An error occurred in the Letter to the Editor entitled "Curb Those Tubes," published in the March 1 issue of The Journal (1985;253:1259). Jackson Thatcher, MD, should have been listed as the second author in the signature, affiliated with the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital,...
To the Editor.—
A rigid routine of my gynecology practice for the past 25 years involved colposcopy for every patient on a yearly basis. As long as I was in private practice, with a diverse age group, there were no startling patterns discernible from this procedure. A few months ago, however, I...
You are one of a triad of distinctive young women I see in my practice. The three of you have one thing in common: a delusional system that tells you Hollywood awaits you. You do not know each other, and each of you has your own approach to such a challenge.
You, Amelia, are the boldest of the...
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