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The Pharos Winter 2008

The Pharos

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In this Issue:

  • Editorial: "There is Nothing More Hostile Than Water Turning Into Ice" — Paul Klee, on his Reynaud's
  • Letters to the Editor
  • The Physician at the Movies
  • Reviews and Reflections
  • National and Chapter News
  • 2007 Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Awards

  • And Then There Were Eight
  • Portraits: Goya and His Physician, Dr. Arrieta
  • Gravy and Gratitude in the Poetry of Raymond Carver
  • Captive of Art, Not Disease: Paul Klee and His Illness, Scleroderma
  • Jack London's "Chronic Interstitial Nephritis": A Historical Differential Diagnosis
  • The Smirk
  • Searching for God Below the Vocal Cords

  • Path in the Afternoon, by James S. Wilk, MD
  • Dance of the Student Doctor, by Jay Augsburger, MD
  • A July Matinee, by Steven F. Isenberg, MD
  • She Lay Quietly, by Jade B. Tam
  • New Art, by Hilarie Tomasiewicz
  • A Tribute to Medical Stereotypes, by Daniel Shumer
  • Encourage Their Children, by Dennis Devereux, MD
  • A Moment, by Steven F. Isenberg, MD
  • My Own Two Eyes, by Madhu Iyengar

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Updated on January 9, 2019.