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Intestinal anthrax. Nylon fishing line as suture. Ether anesthesia for safety and cost. Surgery for All: A View From the Developing World is not a typical Western surgical text. The contributors draw upon their experience as surgical educators in the Islamic world of Asia, Africa, and the Middle...
To the Editor.
—The article by Dr Kraus and colleagues1 concerning effects of a mandatory motorcycle helmet law in California is an excellent example of how medical bias can produce studies designed chiefly to support a preconceived conclusion. In analyzing the precipitous drop in motorcycle...
To the Editor.
—The Council Report on helmets and preventing motorcycle- and bicycle-related injuries1 provides a wealth of information about the efficacy and promotion of motorcycle and bicycle helmets. There are several points that need clarification.
The US Department of Transportation has a...
William Carlos Williams graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1906 and, following an internship in New York City and pediatric training in Leipzig, Germany, put up his shingle in 1910 in Rutherford, NJ. When Williams began practice, medicine was rapidly moving from the...
A 27-year-old woman was admitted to the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Bethesda, Md, for inpatient research protocol for schizophrenia. She first experienced behavioral disturbances at 13 years of age when she became withdrawn and isolated from friends and family....
—To identify the components of exercise rehabilitation programs that were most effective in improving claudication pain symptoms in patients with peripheral arterial disease.
—English-language articles were identified by a computer search using Index Medicus and...
Six years have passed since the last edition of Moss and Adams, one of the classic pediatric cardiology texts, which has now been with us since its first edition in 1968. The new fifth edition shows, as expected, multiple changes.
The title of the text has changed slightly, stressing that...
—I would like to thank Dr Patterson for his interest in the recent NIH Consensus Conference article on antenatal corticosteroids. There is no way to cover all the possible clinical scenarios in such a publication; therefore, clinical judgment must be used. As to what a significant...
To the Editor.
—We read with interest the Council Report entitled "Helmets and Preventing Motorcycle- and Bicycle- Related Injuries."1 We agree that promoting the wearing of helmets by bicyclists is desirable. Oregon recently passed such a law requiring bicyclists younger than 16 years to wear...
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