EXPERIMENTAL DEVASCULABIZATION OF SEGMENTS OF INTESTINE WITH AND WITHOUT MECHANICAL OBSTRUCTION

J. SHELTON HORSLEY
1912 Journal of the American Medical Association  
titioner who is not directly connected with a medicalteaching or research insl ¡lui ¡on. His task will be made more easy and mon» fruitful ¡f he WnA^a sympathetic understanding on Ihe part of the practitioner. Furthermore, Ihe practitioner might conic into closer touch with the xvork of the investigator, adopting the hitler's attitude of mind in those cases in which he is confronted xvilh new situations and nexv problems in his practice, and at the same time he might add lo his usefulness and
more » ... is usefulness and to tho dignity of his position by becoming a source of intellectual ami moral help lo Ihe community by fortifying himself in his difficult task through Ihe philosophic study of science, and by communicating (he spirit of science to the circle of those xvho are under his care. The realization of this conception will cll'ect a very close union between investigator and practitioner. The physician can be and ought (o be thus a bearer of the message that science has for mankind.
doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270080279004 fatcat:aq2gj3anrnha7mcjmbejwfvm7u