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This video series is billed as a "unique guide to basic ophthalmoscopy." Part 1, Introduction to Retinal Findings, is about 23 minutes long and presents (1) correct ophthalmoscopic technique, (2) an overview of the optic disc, retinal vessels and background, and macula, (3) common...
—Beliefs about the safety and effectiveness of current anesthetics have resulted in many newborns being circumcised without the benefit of anesthesia.
—To compare ring block, dorsal penile nerve block, a...
To the Editor.
—Dr Clever's article1 on informed consent raises important issues that are too often overlooked. There is, however, a simple solution that may be reasonable to pursue: Grant the patient coauthorship. After all, authorship is determined by the relative...
EACH December for the past 5 years, some of the country's most respected biomedical scientists have opened a window on their worlds to high school students in a series of "holiday lectures"—an event modeled after a tradition begun by the 19th-century English chemist and physicist Michael...
To the Editor.
—We are authors of the manuscript submitted to JAMA that reported an outbreak of drug-resistant tuberculosis referred to by Dr Snider in his article.1 The case reports in our manuscript contain no identifying information; even age and sex are omitted...
Making optimal medical decisions within the constraints of a given health care system requires integrating knowledge, experience, compassion, and patient preferences with the best available clinical research. Evidence-based practice guidelines are an increasingly popular means of helping...
Seth Berkley, MD, Rockefeller Foundation, New York, NY, has been elected president, International AIDS Vaccine Initiative.
Melvin Tockman, MD, PhD, University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, has become leader of the Molecular Screening and Population Studies Program,...
HISTOPLASMOSIS: Protecting Workers at Risk, revised guidelines for preventing histoplasmosis, was published by CDC's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and National Center for Infectious Diseases (NCID). This publication describes information about health risks...
To the Editor.
—Recently the serotonin-enhancing diet drugs, fenfluramine and dexfenfluramine, were withdrawn from the market in the United States. These drugs appear to deplete the brain of serotonin, suggesting that normal physiology during treatment may require...
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