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The Pharos Spring 2005

The Pharos

The Pharos Spring 2005 Edition

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In this Issue:

  • Medical Professionalism and Maslow's Needs Hierarchy, by Charles S. Bryan, MD, MACP
  • Medical Journalism: An Industry Obsessed with "Cures" Needs One for Itself, Daniel K. Hoh
  • Hearts Are Too Good to Die: The History of Defibrillation, by Mark E. Silverman, MD, MACP
  • A Short History of Medical Dictionaries, by Charles T. Ambrose, MD
  • Dr. Schimke's Brushes, by Henry N. Claman, MD
  • A Baltimore Bloodletting, by Randolph B. Capone, MD
  • The Syndrome of the Purloined Letter, by Sherman Mellinkoff, MD
  • Finding Clarity — A Generalist in a World of Specialists, by Adam, Schwarz, MD
  • Goodbye to All That: A Stethoscopic Memoir, by Leon Morgenstern, MD
  • Night Rounds, by J. Joseph Marr, MD
  • Sarah and the Facts of Life, by Theresa Brey Haddy, MD

  • Galactic View, by Ed Spudis, MD
  • Virginia Ham, by Jack Coulehan, MD
  • Captain Nicholas, by Michael B. Gravanis, MD
  • Time to Ponder, by Arvey I. Rogers, MD
  • Second Childhood, by David Goldblatt, MD
  • The Art of the Open-Ended Question, by Dean Gianakos, MD
  • Office Visit — The Miner, by Ralph C. Williams, Jr., MD

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Updated on January 9, 2019.