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Summer 1994


Jefferson Alumni Bulletin – Volume XLIII, Number 4, Summer 1994

The social transformation of practice, page 8

How medicine is taught differently now, page 8

The only constant is change, page 8

Medicine is being challenged and physicians must respond, page 8

Vascular Ectasias of the colon, page 9

Jefferson and AIDS care in Uganda, page 10

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy at Pennsylvania hospital, page 10

Nintendo comes to medicine: 3-D MRI of congenital heart disease, page 11

Imaging of psychiatric conditions, page 12

Effects of space flight on human physiology: A Jefferson Study, page 12

Aesthetic considerations after trauma, page 13

Intracellular immunization approach shown to inhibit HIV Virus replication, page 14

Synthetic peptide inhibits incidence and severity of MS Symptoms, page 15

Evidence for gene on chromosome 18 that increases risk for manic depressive illness in some families, page 15

Test to detect prostate cancer in the blood is patented, page 16

New mutations in hepatitis B found, page 16

Hand center now largest in area, page 17

Gomella named to new professorship established by Bernard Godwin ’55, page 18

Moritz directs transplantation division, page 19

Books, page 21

Annual giving, page 27

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