The complexities of intersex are most easily comprehended and approached in terms of the 3 interacting and interdependent components of morphology, physiology and psychology.
This review shows that there are indeed many drugs, some old, some new, that can produce a variety of changes in the function and structure of the eye.
A report is given of the first 50 cases of cardiac pacemaking treated at the Long Island Jewish-Triboro Hospitals.
The advantages of a pre-anaesthetic or pre-admission clinic are discussed.
A small pilot trial was arranged in which a bismuth compound colloidally dispersed in bismuth ammonium citrate was administered to patients with peptic ulcers of the stomach.