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Images of Memorable Cases: Original Publication Sources

Module by: Herbert L. Fred, MD, Hendrik A. van Dijk. E-mail the authorsEdited By: Frederick Moody

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Some of the images in this book have been published previously in various medical journals and are reprinted here with full permission from those journals. The cases involved and their corresponding publication sources are listed below.

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CasePublication Source
1Arch Intern Med, 113:866-871 (June) 1964.
2Practical Gastroenterology, 27:41-42 (March) 2003.
3Hospital Practice, 34:124-126 (September 1) 1999.
4Hospital Practice, 29:14 (October 15) 1994.
5Hospital Practice, 31:148 (May 15) 1996.
6Practical Gastroenterology, 21:44 (November) 1997.
7Hospital Practice, 30:24-24p (December 15) 1995.
8Hospital Practice, 30:102 (January 15) 1995.
9Hospital Practice, 31:22J (August 15) 1996.
10Hospital Practice, 30:31 (March 15) 1995.
12Hospital Practice, 31:123-124 (April 15) 1996.
13Circulation, 91:3020-3021 (June 15) 1995.
14Res Staf Phys, 50:26 & 34 (December) 2004.
15Circulation, 107:2870 (June 10) 2003.
16Hospital Practice, 31:87-91 (December) 1996.
18Hospital Practice, 32:40 (June 15) 1997.
20Hospital Practice, 30:24 (June 15) 1995.
21Hospital Practice, 32:182 (February 15) 1997.
22Practical Gastroenterology, 26:62, 64 (Nov) 2002.
23Hospital Practice, 32:24 (July 15) 1997.
24Res Staf Phys, 50:27 (June) 2004.
25Hospital Practice, 31:100-102 (September 15) 1996.
26New Engl J Med, 271:544-546 (September10) 1964.
27Hospital Practice, 32:232 (May 15) 1997.
28, 29Res Staf Phys, 50:45 (November) 2004.
30Hospital Practice, 30:27 (November 15) 1995
31Res Staf Phys, 49:40 (December) 2003.
34Res Staf Phys, 51:33 (April) 2005.
35Practical Gastroenterology, 26:50, 52 (Oct) 2002.
36Hospital Practice, 32:43-44 (November 15) 1997.
37Hospital Practice, 31:37-38 (January 15) 1996.
38Hospital Practice, 29:39 (January15) 1994.
39Hospital Practice, 33:43 (September 15) 1998.
40, 41, 42Res Staf Phys, 51:44, (July) 2005.
43Practical Gastroenterology, 26:46, 48 (July) 2002.
44Hospital Practice, 34:124-126 (September 1) 1999.
45New Engl J Med, 340:1969 (June 24) 1999.
46Circulation, 90:2546 (November) 1994.
47Hospital Practice, 32:69-70 (April 15) 1997.
49Hospital Practice, 30:28R-28U (September 15) 1995.
50Hospital Practice, 31:157-158 (June 15) 1996.
51, 52Hospital Practice, 33:130 (July 15) 1998.
53Practical Gastroenterology, 26:72- 73 (March) 2002.
55, 56Hospital Practice, 33:52 (April 15) 1998.
57Practical Gastroenterology, 26:81- 82 (September) 2002.
58, 59, 60Practical Gastroenterology, 27:41-42 (March) 2003.
61Hospital Practice, 33:101-107 (December 15) 1998.
62Hospital Practice, 29:16 (December 15) 1994.
63Hospital Practice, 34:124-126 (September 1) 1999.
64Res Staf Phys, 51:26, 36 (July) 2005.
65Res Staf Phys, 53:43 (May) 2007.
66Res Staf Phys, 52:31 (September) 2006.
67Hospital Practice, 34:124-126 (September 1) 1999.
68Hospital Practice, 31:119-120 (July 15) 1996.
69Hospital Practice, 29:98 (June 15) 1994.
70Practical Gastroenterology, 26:36- 37 (December) 2002.
71Res Staf Phys, 50:18, 27 (February) 2004.
72Hospital Practice, 34:124-126 (September 1) 1999.
74Hospital Practice, 31:76 (March 15) 1996.
75Hospital Practice. 31:73-74 (February 15) 1996.
76Res Staf Phys, 51:26, 36 (July) 2005.
77Practical Gastroenterology, 26:39, 40, 42 (Oct) 2002.
79Hospital Practice, 34:124-126 (September 1) 1999.
80Am Rev Respir Dis, 96:1233-1235 (December) 1967.
82Am Fam Physician/GP, 1:93 (June) 1970.
92Am Fam Physician/GP, 1:93 (June) 1970.
95Practical Gastroenterology, 26:48- 49 (January) 2002.
97GP, 39:92-94 (March) 1969.
100Practical Gastroenterology, 26:46, 48 (August) 2002.
102Am J Med, 29:508-517 (September) 1960.
105South Med J, 85:33-34 (January) 1992.
107Hospital Practice, 30:66-68 (February 15) 1995.
113Chest, 57:333-335 (April) 1970.
120Hospital Practice, 32:182 (February 15) 1997.
143Hospital Practice, 32:204-208 (May 15) 1997.
148Hospital Practice, 31:45-49 (November 15) 1996.
150Res Staf Phys, 52:39 (June) 2006.
153Res Staf Phys, 50:36 (February) 2004.
EpilogueCirculation, 105:779 (February 12) 2002.

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