Classics in Cardiology book. John A. Callahan, Dwight C. McGoon
Classics in Cardiology book. McGoon. Examining the vast field of cardiology, this book is part of a collection that discusses types of heart problems and their respective treatments. Ventricular abnormalities, arterial problems, transplantation, and hypertension are also covered in detail.
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JOHN A CALLAHAN, DWIGHT McGOON, and JACK D. KEY (ed., Classics of cardiology, vol. 4, 2 pts, Melbourne, FL, Robert E. Krieger, 8vo, pt. 1, pp. xvii, 581, illus. Whatever Willius and Keys had in mind when they brought out the original Cardiac classics, the alteration of the title and division into 4 volumes and 5 books is bound to raise cataloguers' hackles and, perhaps, to confuse the occasional reader.
A group of John's friends and family are hoping to raise support for a John Callahan Park in NW Portland. Oscar-nominated actor Joaquin Phoenix's latest role is a real-life Portland icon: famed cartoonist John Callahan
A group of John's friends and family are hoping to raise support for a John Callahan Park in NW Portland. Oscar-nominated actor Joaquin Phoenix's latest role is a real-life Portland icon: famed cartoonist John Callahan. Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot" brings the life of Callahan to the big screen.
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John Callahan, a quadriplegic, alcoholic cartoonist whose work in newspapers and magazines made irreverent, impolitic sport of people with disabilities and diseases and those who would pity and condescend to them, died on Saturday in Portland, Ore. He was 59 and lived in Portland. The causes were complications of quadriplegia and respiratory problems, his brother Tom said. Like his friend Gary Larson, creator of The Far Side, Mr. Callahan made drawings with a gleeful appreciation of the macabre that he found in everyday life.
Classics of Cardiology
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Cardiovascular medicine and the specialty of cardiology continue to expand, and the remit of the cardiologist is forever broader with the development of new sub-specialties.
SAVV occurred as a part of five different cardiac complexes, and three anatomic types were encountered.
None of the 51 reports sampled was considered completely adequate. SAVV occurred as a part of five different cardiac complexes, and three anatomic types were encountered.