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Diabetic fibrous breast disease.
Women with long-standing insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) and radiographically dense mammary glandular tissue can have benign breast masses clinically resembling cancer. The authors haveExpand
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Learning for Careers: The Pathways to Prosperity Network
The first trend, widely celebrated by educators, is that, on average, irrespective of field of study, the wage premium for college degrees over high school diplomas has doubled. That trend impliesExpand
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Fine-needle aspiration cytology in the detection of breast cancer in nonsuspicious lesions.
In 1988, fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) was performed on 222 consecutive patients who underwent screening mammography and had benign-appearing opacities. FNAC was also performed in 2,248Expand
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The doctor as scapegoat. A study in ambivalence.
Once a hero—now a scapegoat. Thus we can summarize the dramatically changing image of the physician in both life and literature during the past half century. But paradoxically, while medicine as aExpand
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When the patient asks for the results of her mammogram, how should the radiologist reply?
More and more, the patient expects the radiologist to answer her questions about the results of her mammogram. Yet many radiologists are concerned about the way they should reply. Many radiologistsExpand
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Edith Potter, MD, PhD: pioneering infant pathology.
ABSTRACT Finding Edith Potter, MD, PhD, the "mother of perinatal pathology," is not easy. You board a tenpassenger propeller-driven plane at the Tampa—St Petersburg airport, fly to Fort Myers, thenExpand
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Obtaining previous mammograms for comparison.
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Meyer Friedman: type A behavior cardiovascular research continues
The A. he small office of Meyer Friedman, MD, in the Harold Brunn Institute at San Francisco's Mt Zion Medical Center is cluttered with new additions to his rare medical book collection, photographsExpand
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John Talbott, MD: editor and innovator.
John H. Talbott, MD, has scaled the Andes, climbed the Colorado Rockies. Only last year, at 79, did he stop skiing ("Since I had never suffered a broken bone, I figured it was time to quit, not pushExpand
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