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The forensic psychiatrist's efforts to strive for objectivity may be impaired by unrecognized unconscious biases. The author presents a framework for understanding such biases. He then offers a practical approach for individual forensic psychiatrists who want to identify and minimize the influence of previously unrecognized biases on their evaluations.
Two cases of annular pancrease with late postoperative sequelae of duodenal and gastric ulcer are presented. In each case operation was limited to the annulus. Because symptoms are not permanently relieved by this procedure and subsequent peptic ulceration is not prevented, it is suggested that partial gastric resection be performed and decompression of the… (More)