Speech Pathology

Speech Pathology

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A Clinico-Haematological Study of Visceral Leishmaniasis from Northern Pakistan (Report)

A Clinico-Haematological Study of Visceral Leishmaniasis from Northern Pakistan (Report)

ABSTRACT: Back Ground: Visceral Leishmaniasis is a disease of major public health importance leading to severe morbidity and mortality if remains untreated. Although prevalent in Northern Pakistan, physicians may come across this serious illness because of frequent traveling of the modern age.

The Nervous System in Antiquity (History of Medicine) (Report)

The Nervous System in Antiquity (History of Medicine) (Report)

This overview of the nervous system in antiquity shows that whereas neuro-anatomy had its heyday in the 4th and 3rd centuries BC (the Alexandrian School) and was later consolidated by Galen in the 2nd century AD, neurophysiology remained largely mired in erroneous concepts. While the descriptions of neurological disease often produced quite apt clinical pictures, […]

Recruiting

Recruiting

Part of the AAMC Successful Medical School Department Chair Series, Recruiting is focused on the process of identifying and attracting the most qualified individuals to serve as department chairs. It should be required reading for every institutional leader involved in the search and selection process, as well as current and prospective medical school department chairs, […]

Only for "Purely Scientific" Institutions: The Medical Library Association's Exchange, 1898-1950S (Report)

Only for “Purely Scientific” Institutions: The Medical Library Association’s Exchange, 1898-1950S (Report)

INTRODUCTION By the late nineteenth century, formal exchanges of scientific materials operated among federal institutions, but they did not include medical publications. North American leaders in medicine therefore called for their own centralized exchange, to improve their libraries through weeding duplicates, completing runs of journals, and obtaining key books. Rather than establish physical quarters, such […]