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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 47977

Chapter 47977 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Will nurses and patients benefit from bedside computers?. Health Care 30(2): 12-14

Will nurses be the conscience of healthcare reform?. Journal of Trauma Nursing 3(3): 59-60

Will nursing ICU patients in semi-recumbent positions reduce rates of nosocomial infection?. Nursing in Critical Care 5(4): 174-178

Will nursing administration programs survive in the 21st century?. Journal of Nursing Administration 28(1): 15-24

Will nursing exist tomorrow? A reprise. Nursing Science Quarterly 11(1): 1-1

Will nursing homes survive the winter of long-term car?. Contemporary Longterm Care 12(2): 24-28

Will nursing homes survive the winter of long-term care?. Contemporary Longterm Care 11(11): 38, 40-38, 40

Will of wheels. Home Healthcare Nurse 17(6): 397-397

Will official regulation help or hinder our health care system?. Hospital Financial Management 29(5): 41-2, 61-2

Will on-line adjudication fit the need?. Health Data Management 3(1): 30-37

Will one's capability to pay become a measure for Medicare eligibility?. Business and Health 1(1): 36-36

Will operate for food. Cmaj 154(11): 1725-1727

Will our health system fall apart? The need for a new paradigm. Effective Health Care 1(5): 239-247

Will our healthcare system permit paramedical personnel to do endoscopy?. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology 28(2): 95-96

Will our model of care soon become obsolete?. Patient-Focused Care and Satisfaction 7(1): 6-7

Will our paths cross?. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(32): 12-13

Will our understanding of completeness ever be complete?. Health Economics 9(8): 729-731

Will ovarian autotransplantation have a role in reproductive and gynecological medicine?. Fertility and Sterility 70(1): 20-21

Will paediatric cardiology become a mono-specialty in Europe?. Cardiology in the Young 9(1): 111-112

Will palm-size computers make electronic prescribing happen?. Managed Care 8(10): 59-61

Will paper ever go away? Document imagers bet it won't. Health Data Management 3(8): 49-50, 52, 54-5

Will paramedics survive?. Jems 22(1): 73-73

Will partisan politics cloud reform?. Health Systems Review 24(3): 5-5

Will pathologists play as important a role in the future as they have in the past against the challenge of infectious diseases. Infectious Agents and Disease 4(3): 167-170

Will patient confidentiality survive this Medicaid challenge?. Medical Economics 62(15): 37-9, 43

Will patient satisfaction set the preventive services implementation agenda?. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 13(4): 309-316

Will patients choose NPs over doctors?. Medical Economics 74(14): 134-6, 139-40, 142 Passim

Will patients find out all about you on the Internet?. Medical Economics 75(13): 48-50, 53-6, 59-62

Will patients suffer if resident workloads are decreased?. Cmaj 151(9): 1236-1237

Will patients use a computer to give a medical history?. Journal of Family Practice 49(10): 921-923

Will patients use electronic personal health records? Responses from a real-life experience. Journal of Healthcare Information Management 15(3): 251-259

Will patients with contact lens problems accept excimer laser photorefractive keratectomy?. Clao Journal 19(3): 174-177

Will pay for email. Postgraduate Medicine 108(4): Suppl 21-5

Will payers cover nursing services for wound care?. Advances in Skin & Wound Care 14(6): 290-291

Will payments for capital costs be tied to DRGs?. Modern Healthcare 13(4): 26-26

Will permanent LVADs be better than heart transplantation?. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery 11 Suppl: S11-S17

Will personal freedom survive reform?. Interview by Robert J. Roos. Postgraduate Medicine 94(7): 131-133

Will pharmacogenetics allow better prediction of methotrexate toxicity and efficacy in patients with rheumatoid arthritis?. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 62(1): 4-9

Will pharmacogenomics alter the role of patents in drug development?. Pharmacogenomics 3(5): 571-574

Will pharmacy costs overwhelm medical networks?. Medical Network Strategy Report 7(8): 1, 6-1, 9

Will philanthropy follow health care out of the hospital?. Trustee 31(4): 48-48

Will physician peer review succeed?. Internist 27(6): 13-14

Will physician practice management companies learn from their mistakes?. Managed Care Interface 12(3): 62-64

Will physician unions improve health system performance?. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 27(4): 575-604

Will physicians and scientists have any role in managing laboratory resources in the year 2000?. European Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Biochemistry 34(11): 867-871

Will physicians become bioengineers? How to use information on the natural sciences in clinical practice. Duodecim; Laaketieteellinen Aikakauskirja 113(14): 1337-1341

Will physicians lead in the second generation of Medicare managed care?. Managed Care Interface 11(7): 52-55

Will physicians replace MHAs?: reflections from Australia. Physician Executive 22(2): 11-14

Will pindolol augment the response to a serotonin reuptake inhibitor in obsessive-compulsive disorder?. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 16(3): 253-254

Will pit-and-fissure sealants be improved?. Journal of the American Dental Association 131(8): 1185-1185

Will plans follow the new diabetes screening guidelines?. Managed Care 6(12): 43-46

Will pocket depths be future indicators of heart disease?. Rdh 14(11): 34, 42-34, 42

Will politicians smoke at Soria Moria in the year 2000?. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening 114(1): 65-65

Will politics sidetrack FDA reform?. Formulary 30(8): 476, 475-476, 475

Will population slowdowns yield resource conservation? Some social demurrers. Qualitative Sociology 4(1): 21-33

Will prevention cut medical spending?. Internist 27(9): 7-8, 10

Will primary care clinics organize themselves to improve the delivery of preventive services? A randomized controlled trial. Preventive Medicine 27(4): 623-631

Will primary care groups lead to improvements in health care?. British Journal of Nursing 7(14): 855-859

Will primary care lead the revolution?. JAMA 271(6): 413-413

Will primary care lead the way to universal coverage?. Medical Economics 78(6): 89-92, 98

Will primary care physicians be gatekeepers to the system? Or, should they become patient advocates?. Russ Coile's Health Trends 9(5): 2-3

Will primary care trusts lead to US-style health care?. Bmj 322(7292): 964-967

Will primary health care live on prestige words?. Lakartidningen 99(48): 4903-4903

Will primary healthcare reform improve health?. Hospital Quarterly 5(1): 41-44

Will primate genetics split one gorilla into two?. Science 265(5179): 1661-1661

Will prior hyperventilation reduce cerebral blood flow during escape from a submarine?. Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine 28(4): 201-205

Will private insurers start paying like Medicare?. Medical Economics 69(8): 50-4, 56, 58

Will profit-takers change the face of medicine?. Patient Care 15(17): 244-5, 249, 252 Passim

Will prospective payment affect liability?. Hospital Risk Management 5(8): 97-99

Will prospective payment stifle clinical research?. Healthspan 2(10): 24-26

Will public health survive QALYs?. Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 9(1): 5-6

Will publication of quality indicators in the health service improve the quality? International experiences and Danish perspectives. Ugeskrift for Laeger 164(38): 4380-4384

Will purchasers buy nurses?. Nursing Management 1(5): 10-11

Will quality management paradigms of the 1990s survive into the next century?. Clinical Laboratory Management Review 8(5): 426-8, 430-4

Will quality report cards help consumers?. Health Affairs 16(3): 218-228

Will raising your fees ruin your business?. Oral Health 89(2): 21-21

Will randomized trials detect random valve failure? Reflections on a recent FDA workshop. Journal of Heart Valve Disease 2(4): 424-429

Will real-time EDI take off in managed care?. Health Data Management 4(3): 89-90, 92, 94-6

Will reason prevail? From classic psychoanalysis to new age therapy. American Journal of PsychoTherapy 54(2): 152-155

Will recommended changes in fat and fibre intake affect cholesterol absorption and sterol excretion? An ileostomy study. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 54(4): 306-313

Will reengineering save us all?. Integrated Healthcare Report: 1-8

Will reform bankrupt us?. Newsweek 124(7): 50-54

Will reform be a plus for GPOs? No. Hospitals & Health Networks 67(15): 10-10

Will reform bite into dental coverage?. Business and Health 11(14): 45, 48-45, 48

Will reform limit access for rural patients?. Interview by Michael D. Toft. Postgraduate Medicine 94(7): 96-98

Will refractive surgery replace glasses?. La Revue du Praticien 50(11): 1165-1166

Will relaxing safe current limits for electromedical equipment increase hazards to patients?. Circulation 89(2): 909-910

Will research survive managed care?. Nursing Spectrum 7(5): 5-7

Will resistance to ketolides develop in Streptococcus pneumoniae?. Journal of Infection 44 Suppl A: 11-16

Will resources for elder care be scarce?. Hastings Center Report 24(5): 6-10

Will restructuring affect nurses' safety?. American Nurse 26(8): 1, 19-1, 19

Will retiree health benefits survive FAS 106?. Physician Executive 19(4): 58-60

Will reversible (removable) refractive surgery reverse the way in which we do refractive surgery?. Journal of Refractive Surgery 17(3): 296-298

Will revolutionary nurses signal the dawn of a new day?. Revolution 6(1): 28-29

Will rights cure malnutrition? Reflections on human rights, nutrition and development. Scn News: 25-29

Will robots be our future surgeons?. South African Journal of Surgery. Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Chirurgie 39(4): 114-114

Will robots make house calls?. Time 154(19): 92-93

Will schools be able to meet our personnel needs?. Michigan Hospitals 27(9): 5-7

Will scientists shape the family of the future?. Marriage 55(11): 3-8

Will screening for breast cancer reduce mortality? Evidence from the first year of screening in Avon. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 75(1): 8-11; Discussion 12

Will sex selection reduce fertility?. Journal of Population Economics 7(4): 379-392

Will sex survive to 2099?. Medical Journal of Australia 171(11-12): 659-659

Will shared materiel management services work?. Hospital Materiel Management Quarterly 2(1): 61-67

Will shared rooms in LTC facilities become a thing of the past?. Contemporary Longterm Care 18(6): 26-26

Will single-sex wards make patients more safe?. British Journal of Nursing 10(4): 212-212

Will small hospitals be here tomorrow?. Texas Hospitals 34(9): 30-30

Will social values influence the development of HMOs?. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 11(4): 418-421

Will society defend our right to live?. New York Times on the Web: A22-A22

Will some day PAPS fade into SLE?. Lupus 5(1): 4-5

Will some pig breeds or tissues be less likely to express infectious PERV?. Transplantation 72(12): 1865-1866

Will some see the future through phakic intraocular lenses?. Journal of Refractive Surgery 14(3): 274-276

Will sophisticated MIS lead to increased legislation of medicine?. Healthcare Financial Management 48(6): 48, 50-2

Will state governments push you out of practice?. Physician's Management 26(5): 115-6, 119-20, 125-6

Will state hospital rules hurt care?. American Medical News 26(48): 3, 10-3, 10

Will state licensing boards become managed care's police?. Managed Care 4(10): 45-6, 49

Will statins unseat estrogen?. Harvard Heart Letter 11(3): 1-4

Will stentless valves be durable? The Toronto valve (TSPV) at 5 to 6 years. Seminars in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 11(4 Suppl 1): 42-49

Will step-on, step-off training help to resolve the recruitment crisis?. Nursing Times 98(38): 16-16

Will stereotactic breast biopsy achieve results as good as current techniques?. American Surgeon 62(8): 637-9; Discussion 639-40

Will students be prepared? Current status of gerontological content in entry-level occupational therapy programs in Canada. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. Revue Canadienne D'ergotherapie 69(3): 168-175

Will subareolar injection be a standard technique for sentinel lymph node biopsy?. Breast Cancer 9(4): 319-322

Will subsidiarity work for long-term care?. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 87(8): 476-478

Will supplier guarantee that price is lowest charged?. Hospital Purchasing Management 5(2): 14-14

Will surgical wounds and pain be history?. Duodecim; Laaketieteellinen Aikakauskirja 111(4): 293-296

Will systemic antivirals be sold over the counter?. Reviews in Medical Virology 11(2): 71-72

Will telemedicine become as common as the stethoscope?. Health Care Strategic Management 15(4): 1, 20-3

Will telemedicine get you sued?. Medical Economics 74(23): 56, 59-60, 63-4

Will thallium-201 replace gallium-67 in salivary gland scintigraphy?. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 37(11): 1819-1823

Will that be cash or credit card?. Dental Economics - Oral Hygiene 87(7): 56-58

Will that contract stand up in court?. Hospital Material Dollar Sign Management 23(6): 14-14

Will the 'ghost of health care future' be a horror story? The choice is ours. Pathologist 39(2): 25-28

Will the 'good fairies' please prove to us that vitamin E lessens human degenerative disease?. Free Radical Research 26(6): 565-583

Will the 'principles of effectiveness' improve prevention practice? Early findings from a diffusion study. Health Education Research 17(4): 461-470

Will the 7-valent pneumococcal vaccine have a similar impact on all invasive pneumococcal infections in children in Germany as in the Kaiser Permanente Trial?. European Journal of Pediatrics 161 Suppl 2(): S140-S143

Will the Afghan people benefit from the west's military action?. Nursing Times 97(42): 17-17

Will the Carers and Disabled Children Act 2000 make a difference to the lives of disabled children and their carers?. Child: Care, Health and Development 28(4): 273-275

Will the Chinese legalise euthanasia?. Lancet 345(8952): 783-783

Will the Clinton plan end your malpractice woes?. Medical Economics 70(11): 25-6, 29, 33-4 Passim

Will the Clinton plan help or hinder integration?. Hospitals & Health Networks 67(23): 16-18

Will the European Community make the 1992 deadline on the abolition of internal border controls?. International Migration 29(3): 447-482

Will the Federal budget deficit and industry disunity override hospital good news?. Osteopathic Hospital Leadership 29(6): 10-10

Will the Feds really conclude many doctors are crooks?. Medical Economics 75(13): 39-40, 42

Will the GP commissioner role make a difference? Exploratory findings from a pilot project offering complementary therapy to people with musculo-skeletal problems. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 7(3): 170-174

Will the Good Samaritan Law protect you?. Medical Economics 79(6): 95-95

Will the Health Department enforce the law? Will the hospital Patient's Bill of Rights be implemented--or scuttled?. Health Law Project Library Bulletin 5(6): 161-168

Will the Internet become the ultimate care management tool?. Medical Management Network 7(8): 6-10

Will the Internet change our approach to disease management?. Hospital Practice 35(3): 47-47

Will the Internet finally put an end to paperwork?. Medical Economics 77(13): 152-4, 159-60, 163-5

Will the Internet supplant community health networks?. Nursing Management 27(2): 20, 23-20, 23

Will the NCCPA determine our future?. Jaapa 14(10): 15-16

Will the NHS bank on blood money?. Health Service Journal 98(5110): 816-816

Will the NHS pay awards help recruitment?. Bmj 318(7189): 958-958

Will the Nineties Be the Decade We Lost the Battle Against Drug-Resistant Microbes?. American Journal of Therapeutics 1(3): 173-185

Will the Opacich fieldwork model work?. American Journal of Occupational Therapy 49(2): 165-167

Will the PPO movement freeze you out?. Medical Economics 60(8): 262-70, 274

Will the Patient's Bill of Rights adversely affect pharmacy contracting?. Managed Care Interface 13(10): 79, 81-79, 81

Will the Pharm.D. Make the pharmaceutics Ph.D. an endangered species?. Pharmaceutical Development and Technology 2(1): Vii-Viii

Will the Reality condom help to empower women? Focus groups urged. Contraceptive Technology Update 14(7): 107-109

Will the Royal Australasian College of Physicians Library soon be history?. Medical Journal of Australia 174(12): 667-668

Will the Russians return from the near abroad?. Post-Soviet Geography 35(4): 204-215

Will the Scottish Cancer Target for the year 2000 be met? The use of cancer registration and death records to predict future cancer incidence and mortality in Scotland. British Journal of Cancer 73(9): 1115-1121

Will the Twin Cities experience be duplicated? A study of HMO development in Denver, Colorado. Medical Group Management 27(4): 46-54

Will the UK cope?. Lancet 350(9073): 234-234

Will the USSR take genes to war?. New Scientist 102(1412): 9-9

Will the advent of PPOs hurt or help HMOs?. Business Insurance 17(51): 20-20

Will the anesthesia question always remain debatable?. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 8(6): 429-430

Will the attitudes change?. Duodecim; Laaketieteellinen Aikakauskirja 117(23): 2433-2435

Will the big, bad antitrust wolf blow your IPA down?. Medical Economics 74(7): 40-4, 47

Will the body surface map replace the signal averaged electrocardiogram and other computerized techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias?. Journal of Invasive Cardiology 7(9): 275-276

Will the care be there? Vulnerable beneficiaries and Medicare reform. Health Affairs 18(1): 107-117

Will the changing face of HIV/AIDS affect the Ryan White CARE Act reauthorization vote?. Journal of the National Medical Association 91(10): 543-544

Will the common Web browser take over health care?. Health Data Management 7(12): 58, 60-2, 64-6

Will the cost cutting in health care kill you?. Fortune 130(9): 221-232

Will the courts blow PPOs out of the water?. Physician's Management 24(11): 149-52, 156, 159 Passim

Will the courts end specialty discrimination on fees?. Medical Economics 56(19): 39-40, 44, 48 Passim

Will the crisis in healthcare deprive us of its opportunities?. Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 15(5): 57-66

Will the decline in mortality from coronary heart disease in Sweden continue?. Journal of Internal Medicine 242(3): 189-190

Will the defendant please rise? Black widow spider poisoning. North Carolina Medical Journal 55(2): 86-88

Will the delayed implementation of ICD-10 interfere with purchasers' needs assessment?. Journal of Public Health Medicine 19(4): 477-478

Will the demographic evolution endanger the survival of the departments of cardiology in French General Hospitals within 15 years?. Annales de Cardiologie et D'angeiologie 51(5): 240-242

Will the disabilities bill disable your group practice?. Group Practice Journal 39(2): 44-46

Will the doors to managed care open soon for ESRD patients?. Nephrology News & Issues 13(7): 35-6, 38

Will the effectiveness of the immunization of chicks with live Salmonella vaccines be affected by maternal antibodies?. Dtw. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 109(4): 149-153

Will the electrocardiograph replace the electrocardiographer?. Journal of Electrocardiology 26 Suppl: 158-163

Will the ethics chair please speak up?. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services 34(11): 47-48

Will the extra cash prove a winter warmer?. Nursing Times 93(43): 14-14

Will the fight against tropical diseases benefit from orphan drug status?. Tropical Medicine & International Health 2(2): 113-115

Will the future GP remain a personal doctor?. British Journal of General Practice 47(425): 831-833

Will the good doctors please stand up?. Lancet 358(9278): 253-253

Will the government take the long-term view?. Professional Nurse 9(2): 76-76

Will the health status change by voting in parliament?. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening 113(17): 2142-2143

Will the health-cost crackdown be a boon for doctors?. Medical Economics 55(8): 37-8, 43, 46 Passim

Will the human genome project have any impact on nursing?. Nursing Times 97(12): 17-17

Will the immune system ever recover?. Aids Patient Care and Stds 13(5): 269-272

Will the in-office testing boom backfire?. Medical Economics 63(9): 174-7, 181-5

Will the incidence of coronary heart disease fall in Western populations?. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa 12(2): 114-115

Will the increasing prevalence of atopy have a favourable impact on rheumatoid arthritis?. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 57(5): 265-267

Will the insurance crisis threaten your disability coverage?. Medical Economics 68(22): 43-4, 46, 48-9 Passim

Will the lawyers win this malpractice war?. Medical Economics 63(10): 27-9, 33

Will the learners be learned?. Genetics in Medicine 4(2): 43-44

Will the marriage of HMOs and Medicare work?. Physician's Management 26(3): 95-103

Will the measurement of the value of the pressure half-time be valid in mitral stenosis in the elderly patient?. Revista Portuguesa de Cardiologia 14(11): 937-940

Will the millimetre of mercury be replaced by the kilopascal?. Journal of Hypertension 16(3): 259-261

Will the mind figure out how the brain works?. Time 155(14): 90-91

Will the mirror crack?. Drug Discovery Today 4(1): 3-3

Will the nation be ready for the next bioterrorism attack? Mending gaps in the public health infrastructure. Nhpf Issue Brief: 1-19

Will the new Australian health privacy law provide adequate protection?. Australian Health Review 25(3): 141-151

Will the new antipsychotics improve the treatment of schizophrenia?. Bmj 307(6907): 749-750

Will the new code help researchers to be more ethical?. Professional Psychology, Research and Practice 25(4): 369-375

Will the new health care "reform" pediatric dentistry?. Pediatric Dentistry 15(6): 383-383

Will the new tax law hurt giving to hospitals?. Trustee 35(3): 32-36

Will the next round of budget cuts affect hospital capital financing?. Health Law Vigil 4(21): 6-7

Will the nicotine patch really stick?. Archives of Internal Medicine 154(8): 923, 927, 930-923, 927, 930

Will the novel antipsychotics significantly ameliorate neuropsychological deficits and improve adaptive functioning in schizophrenia?. Psychological Medicine 29(1): 1-8

Will the observation of Ds+--> omega pi + be a signal for the annihilation mechanism?. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 39(11): 3503-3506

Will the people move back to the city?. Appraisal Journal 50(2): 187-194

Will the pharmacist shortage derail our dreams?. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association 42(3): 379-380

Will the pig solve the transplantation backlog?. Annual Review of Medicine 53: 133-147

Will the pill make me sterile? Addressing reproductive health concerns and strategies to improve adherence to hormonal contraceptive regimens in adolescent girls. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology 14(4): 153-162

Will the polio niche remain vacant?. Developments in Biologicals 105: 111-22; Discussion 149-50

Will the power of the marketplace produce the workforce we need?. Inquiry 31(3): 276-282

Will the prospective payment system leave nurses vulnerable?. Rehabilitation Nursing 25(5): 162-162

Will the quality of US healthcare survive? A physician's perspective. Postgraduate Medicine 96(4): 61-63

Will the radiation oncologist in the twenty-first century will be employed full time? Regarding Coleman et al. IJROBP 35(4):821-826; 1996. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics 36(2): 526-527

Will the real 5-aminosalicylic acid please stand up?. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 5(2): 147-148

Will the real CPR, EMR, EHR please stand up? As healthcare turns its attention to automating patient information, the debate over the CPR heats up. Healthcare Informatics 15(5): 76-81

Will the real LHC II kinase please step forward?. Science's Stke 2002(155): Pe43-Pe43

Will the real Michael Martin please speak up! Medical decisionmaking for questionably competent persons. University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 72(4): 833-871

Will the real QA please stand up?. Journal 61(7): 43-47

Will the real bioethics (commission) please stand up?. Hastings Center Report 24(1): 19-21

Will the real cholesterol-nucleating and -antinucleating proteins please stand up?. Gastroenterology 104(2): 646-650

Will the real culprit please stand up!. Critical Care Medicine 21(11): 1631-1631

Will the real director of education please stand up!. Health Management Forum 1(3): 46-54

Will the real elasticity of substitution 'in Norwegian dentistry' please stand up?. Health Economics 8(3): 221-232

Will the real health care marketer please stand up?. Journal of Health Care Marketing 10(2): 2-4

Will the real health educator please stand up!. Hospital Forum 20(3): 12-13

Will the real heart-healthy diet please stand up!. Current Cardiology Reports 3(5): 335-336

Will the real hemochromatosis please stand up?. Annals of Internal Medicine 130(12): 1018-1019

Will the real integrated healthcare system please stand up?. Healthcare Executive 2(2): 60-61

Will the real paramedic please stand up?. Emergency Medical Services 6(2): 16, 18, 85-16, 18, 85

Will the real plastic surgeon please stand up?. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 100(4): 1059-1060

Will the real public relations professional please stand up. Public Relations Journal 34(12): 24-27

Will the revolutionary knowledge of apoptosis play an important role in medicine?. Lakartidningen 97(12): 1389-1393

Will the right to suicide become an obligation?. New York Times on the Web: 24-24

Will the role of the anaesthetic nurse be lost forever?. Australian Nursing Journal 9(11): 32-32

Will the safest analgesic please stand up. Gastroenterology 122(5): 1535-1536

Will the sentinel lymph node (SLN) stand a second time--SLN biopsy in breast cancer patients with isolated local recurrence following breast conserving therapy and previous SLN procedure. Annals of Oncology 12(5): 723-723

Will the services be there in time? Financing options are open and working. Provider 12(9): 4-5

Will the services be there in time? Growth must meet diversified demand. Provider 12(9): 8-11

Will the shape of children's heads be standardized?. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening 119(26): 3945-3945

Will the song remain the same?. Nursing Times 93(35): 20-20

Will the states cook up a health care fix? Faced with budget gaps, a Medicaid squeeze, and ballooning liability premiums, state lawmakers struggle to do more with less. Medical Economics 79(13): 38-40, 43

Will the states get tough with HMOs? Anti-managed-care proposals pile up nationwide. Medical Economics 73(16): 172-3, 178, 181-5

Will the states put a brake on emergicenters?. Medical Economics 61(16): 93, 97, 100-1

Will the status quo prevail without enactment of the Clinton administration's health care reform proposal?. Benefits Quarterly 10(2): 76-80

Will the sun set on occupational licensing?. State Government 53(2): 63-67

Will the sunscreens of the future contain interleukin-12?. Lancet 358(9296): 1878-1878

Will the supply of allergists and immunologists in the United States meet future needs? American Academy of Allergy and Immunology, Manpower Committee. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 93(4): 803-810

Will the third millenium fulfill expectations for the role of molecular biology, genetics and immunology in medicine?. Polskie Archiwum Medycyny Wewnetrznej 105 Suppl: 33-34

Will the transgenic mouse serve as a Rosetta Stone to glycoconjugate function?. Glycoconjugate Journal 11(1): 3-8

Will the true professionals please stand up?. Medical Record News 49(2): 6-6

Will the true sentinel node please stand?. Annals of Surgical Oncology 6(1): 12-14

Will the truth come out? the effect of deception, age, status, coaching, and social skills on CBCA scores. Law and Human Behavior 26(3): 261-283

Will the truth still hurt?. Interview by Caroline White. Nursing Times 94(28): 17-17

Will the use of still image electronic referrals save costs?. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening 120(15): 1777-1780

Will the voluntary medical staff remain intact? No. Hospitals & Health Networks 67(13): 8-8

Will the wage rise pay off?. Nursing Standard 1987) 13(21): 16-16

Will the year 2000 affect your organization's investments?. Healthcare Financial Management 53(2): 66, 68-66, 68

Will the year 2000 bring your practice to a standstill?. Medical Economics 75(24): 50-2, 57-8, 61

Will the year 2000 shut down the Internet?. Managed Care Interface 11(12): 62-64

Will the "art" of medicine survive the numbers?. Medical World News 28(5): 38-46, 51

Will the "new biology" affect the future of histopathology?. International Journal of Biological Markers 16(1): 1-4

Will therapeutic drug monitoring be part of your treatment plan?. Research Initiative, Treatment Action 5(4): 18-18

Will there always be an edge to radiation for the prevention of restenosis?. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 54(1): 49-50

Will there be a constitutional right to abortion after the reconsideration of Roe v. Wade?. Journal of Contemporary Law 15(2): 131-173

Will there be a demand for physician executives?. Interview by Barbara J. Linney. Physician Executive 22(7): 35-36

Will there be a doctor in the House?. Interview by Bob Carlson. Indiana Medicine 87(2): 116-119

Will there be a live-attenuated HIV vaccine available for human safety trials by the year 2000? Interview by Gordon Nary. Journal of the International Association of Physicians in Aids Care 4(11): 22-23

Will there be a need for complete dentures in the United States in 2020?. Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 87(1): 5-8

Will there be a philosophy of health promotion?. Health Care Analysis 4(2): 126-129

Will there be a place for incomplete myocardial revascularization in elective coronary angioplasty?. Revista Portuguesa de Cardiologia 16(2): 213-216

Will there be a place for providers who opt out?. A Report of the ... National Forum on Hospital and Health Affairs. National Forum on Hospital and Health Affairs: 112-3; Discussion 114-6

Will there be a shortage of dental auxiliaries in the future?. New York State Dental Journal 68(3): 20-21

Will there be a shortage of nurses in the future?. Pennsylvania Nurse 49(8): 6-6

Will there be an alternative to scheduled death of radiotherapy in French-speaking Africa?. Cancer Radiotherapie 6(1): 46-49

Will there be an increase in workers' compensation claims?. Aaohn Journal 49(1): 9-10

Will there be any hope for the poor?. Time 155(21): 94-95

Will there be enough chimps for research?. New York Times on the Web: C1, C3-C1, C3

Will there be funds to support essential clinical genetic services?. Genetics in Medicine 4(3): 103-104

Will there be noise in their ears?. Nature Medicine 2(8): 860-862

Will there be resistance to the RECIST (Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid Tumors)?. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 92(3): 179-181

Will there ever be enough nurses? A critical shortage calls for fundamental shifts in health care, but change may not come soon enough. New Physician 37(8): 14-19

Will there still be books and journals in the new millennium?. Archives of Dermatology 136(1): 31-33

Will they bite? Ten ways to entice docs into using your facility. Subacute Care 3(3): 20-23

Will they throw the bath water out with the baby? The US Congress is still debating whether to outlaw cloning humans. Embo Reports 3(3): 209-211

Will this antitrust victory backfire on doctors?. Medical Economics 65(16): 62-4, 66, 68-9 Passim

Will this be the year Congress changes the way you get paid?. Medical Economics 65(1): 19, 22-15, 29

Will this be the year they kill P.S.R.O.s?. Medical Economics 55(2): 35, 39, 43 Passim-35, 39, 43 Passim

Will this case ignite another malpractice explosion?. Medical Economics 67(22): 42-46

Will this concept work?. Medical Group Management 29(4): 14, 18-14, 18

Will this doctor finally be vindicated?. Medical Economics 73(7): 156-8, 161-5

Will this emergency department patient be referred to internal medicine?. Cmaj 163(12): 1566-1567

Will this formula change the way you get paid?. Medical Economics 65(7): 138-42, 145, 149 Passim

Will this law resolve the informed-consent dilemma?. Medical Economics 60(2): 249-51, 255-7, 260 Passim

Will this magic bullet fly true?. Critical Care Medicine 29(4): 911-913

Will this man change the way you practice?. Medical Economics 60(23): 141-2, 151, 154

Will this medical brownout ever end?. Medical Economics 78(19): 32-4, 39-40, 43

Will this open space work?. Harvard Business Review 77(3): 28-30, 33-40, 212

Will this verdict chill hospital-medical staff relations?. Medical Economics 73(3): 69-70, 73-4, 76

Will to die. Nursing Standard 1987) 7(40): 47-47

Will to die. Living wills in Kentucky. What's a doctor to do?. Kentucky Hospitals Magazine 6(2): 20, 22, 24-5

Will to live in the terminally ill. Lancet 354(9195): 2084; Author Reply 2084-5

Will to live versus death wish. Medical Service 39(7): 19, 21-19, 21

Will to live?. New Scientist 165(2220): 50-51

Will today be the day YOU hear from "J"?. Lancet 347(9016): 1706-1706

Will tomorrow's doctors teach you cost control?. Medical Economics 56(3): 137-8, 145

Will transcatheter embolotherapy replace surgery in the treatment of gastrointestinal bleeding?(2)(2). Current Surgery 58(3): 323-327

Will transfer of cytostatic drug resistance genes increase hematopoiesis resistance in the treatment of malignant tumors?. Casopis Lekaru Ceskych 136(1): 22-26

Will transfusion errors due to human factors ever be eliminated?. Hong Kong Medical Journal 5(3): 304-305

Will transplantation of an hepatitis C-infected graft improve the outcome of liver transplantation in HCV patients?. Gastroenterology 117(1): 263-265

Will trauma centers become extinct? A review of factors affecting trauma center financial viability. Journal of Emergency Nursing: Jen 19(2): 121-126

Will tropical medicine move to the tropics?. Lancet 347(9002): 629-629

Will turbulence stall air medicine?. Jems 14(11): 42-3, 45-8, 52-3

Will two become one?. Nursing Times 94(18): 40-42

Will type I diabetes mellitus be treated with immunosuppressive drugs in the future?. Therapeutische Umschau. Revue Therapeutique 50(2): 114-118

Will ultrasound-screening and ultrasound-guided procedures be replaced by non-invasive techniques for the diagnosis of fetal chromosome anomalies?. Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology 9(4): 217-219

Will uninsured people volunteer for voluntary health insurance? Experience from Washington State. American Journal of Public Health 86(4): 529-532

Will unions solve the lab staffing problem?. Mlo: Medical Laboratory Observer 20(12): 17-18

Will uniting with a hospital jeopardize your pension plan?. Medical Economics 71(15): 70-3, 76-8, 80-4

Will universal coverage affect tax-exempt status?. Trustee 47(1): 9, 23-9, 23

Will universal health insurance assure universal access to ongoing primary care for adults?. Archives of Family Medicine 2(11): 1153-1155

Will using exogenous insulin earlier in disease progression prevent vascular disease in diabetes?. American Journal of Medicine 113 Suppl 6a: 1s-40s, Quiz 43s-50s

Will vascular surgery survive the millennium? An overview. Seminars in Vascular Surgery 10(2): 61-64

Will violence end patients' access to abortion?. Medical Economics 76(9): 51-4, 57-8, 61-3

Will virtual reality simulators end the credentialing arms race in gastrointestinal endoscopy or the need for family physician faculty with endoscopic skills?. Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 11(6): 492-496

Will volume-based referral strategies reduce costs or just save lives?. Health Affairs 21(5): 234-241

Will voluntary Rx leaflets to the public be a standard of practice?. Pharmacy Times 50(11): 28-32

Will voters' response to health care reforms determine the fate of Mike Harris?. Cmaj 160(11): 1623-1624

Will waste tracking become law of the land?. Modern Healthcare 21(24): 52, 54, 58-52, 54, 58

Will we all be poisoned?. Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Medicales du Grand-Duche de Luxembourg 134(2): 43-49

Will we all continue to ignore deaths and injuries from road traffic crashes?. Bmj 323(7309): 402-402

Will we be able to repair osteoarthritic joints? New drugs and surgical techniques for cartilage problems. North Carolina Medical Journal 60(1): 46-48

Will we be taught ethics by our clones? The mutations of the living, from endocrine disruptors to genetics. Bailliere's Best Practice & Research. Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology 13(4): 571-592

Will we clone a dinosaur?. Time 155(14): 94-95

Will we come back to the saint doctor?. Ahapit 7-8): 22-23

Will we ever be on the same page?. Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow 9(3): 38-40, 48

Will we ever say no? For example to the RSV prophylaxis?. Lakartidningen 97(3): 208-209

Will we ever succeed in resolving the adjuvant treatment dilemma in rectal cancer?. Journal of Surgical Oncology 82(2): 79-83

Will we ever understand perioperative neuropathy? A fresh approach offers hope and insight. Anesthesiology 91(2): 335-336

Will we ever wipe out stroke?. Journal of Clinical Hypertension 4(5): 337, 344-337, 344

Will we figure out how life began?. Time 155(14): 92-93

Will we follow the sheep?. Time 149(10): 67, 70-72

Will we gain from privatization?. Hospital Trustee 13(1): 8-9

Will we have geriatric pediatric one day?. Minerva Pediatrica 46(4): 129-131

Will we keep evolving?. Time 155(14): 96-97

Will we keep getting fatter?. Time 154(19): 88-90

Will we learn from Southeast Asia? Enormous wage differences, censorship, strike prohibition, long waiting lists for health care.... Vardfacket 21(5): 22-27

Will we like tomorrow's giants?. Modern Healthcare 26(32): 79-80, 84-6, 88

Will we need lymph node dissection at all in the future?. Clinical Breast Cancer 3(5): 315-22; Discussion 323-5

Will we outlive our money?. Benefits Quarterly 16(4): 31-36

Will we read Radiologia Medica on the Internet?. La Radiologia Medica 97(1-2): 1-7

Will we realize the great promise of health care in America?. Missouri Medicine 99(1): 11-13

Will we save the children? New York City as child abuser. Dissent 34(4): 551-555

Will we solve the Gulf War syndrome puzzle by population surveys or clinical research. American Journal of Medicine 109(9): 744-748

Will we still be 'human' if we have engineered genes and animal organs?. Washington Post: C1, C4-C1, C4

Will wellness ever really catch on?. State of Health Care in America: 55-58

Will women stop HRT prior to mammographic screening. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care 27(3): 179-179

Will xenon be a stranger or a friend?: the cost, benefit, and future of xenon anesthesia. Anesthesiology 98(1): 1-2

Will xenon be the inhalation anesthetic of the future?. Revista Espanola de Anestesiologia Y Reanimacion 47(6): 233-234

Will xenotransplantation ever be feasible?. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 186(4): 383-387

Will ye no come back again?. Nursing Times 93(47): 19-19

Will year respirator let you breath?. Occupational Health & Safety 71(11): 34-6, 38, 40-1

Will you accept this responsibility?. Journal of the American College of Dentists 67(4): 4-6

Will you be bitten by the millennium bug?. Health Care Food & Nutrition Focus 15(5): 5-7

Will you be liable for Y2K computer glitches?. Medical Economics 76(13): 189-190

Will you be ready for HMOs 'R'Us?. Health Forum Journal 42(1): 33-6, 41

Will you be ready for the year 2000?. Ihrim 38(1): 3-4

Will you be ready when the pink slip arrives?. Physician Executive 22(7): 24-25

Will you be ready when your patients need you the most? Disaster planning for the medical practice. Mgma Connexion 1(3): 40-41

Will you be replaced by a contract cleaner?. Executive Housekeeping Today 7(9): 26-27

Will you cheat yourself out of revenue?. Hospital Financial Management 29(7): 32-36

Will you ever collect a pension?. Across the Board 19(8): 43-50

Will you find your next job or will it find you?. Journal of Healthcare Materiel Management 8(7): 46, 48-46, 48

Will you fit if you move to a job in another culture?. Health Care Manager 18(2): 20-27

Will you get promoted over an outside candidate?. Physician Executive 28(5): 50-51

Will you have a glass of red or white wine?. Lancet 353(9162): 1448-1448

Will you have a nursing job ... or will you have too many?. Sci Nursing 17(1): 3-4

Will you help develop a registry of drug-induced ocular side effects?. Pharmacy Times 44(6): 50-51

Will you know what to do if your office catches fire?. Medical Economics 68(13): 109-10, 113

Will you manage your organization's culture or, will it manage you?. Integrated Healthcare Report: 1-11

Will you present the prizes?. Bmj 317(7174): 1739-1739

Will you recognize these oncological crises?. Rn 57(9): 22-8; Quiz 29

Will you respect me in the morning? The effect of Bill 68 on competent consent. Health Law in Canada 21(3): 57-63

Will you soon become an organ broker?. Critical Care Nurse 13(6): 124-124

Will you still list me when I'm 64? Apologies to Lennon and McCartney. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 50(1): 195-197

Will you still love me tomorrow? Lessons in loyalty. Emergency Medical Services 19(4): 70-75

Will you still need me, will you still screen me, when I'm past 64?. Bmj 315(7115): 1032-1033

Will you tell me more about the implants being used at Hopkins to restore voice in stroke patients?. Johns Hopkins Medical Letter Health After 50 11(5): 8-8

Will you wind up on the unemployment line? Part I: What jobs are out there now. Medical Economics 72(18): 170-6, 181

Will you wind up on the unemployment line? Part II: Which jobs will be there tomorrow. Medical Economics 72(18): 186-8, 195, 199-200 Passim

Will you wind up on the unemployment line? Part III: Who can help you land a job. Medical Economics 72(18): 208, 211-2, 217-20

Will your HMO pull you into a malpractice suit?. Medical Economics 76(5): 200-2, 207-9

Will your IPA pass this financial checkup?. Capitation Management Report 5(8): 123-126

Will your Medicare claims stand up?. Medical Economics 69(9): 168-72, 174-5

Will your OR be prepared for the competition on quality?. Or Manager 12(11): 1, 6-1, 9

Will your PHO kill your hospital? Give MDs power. Physician Relations Update 6(10): 111-113

Will your academic department survive managed care?. Physician Executive 22(12): 18-21

Will your breastfeeding intervention make a difference? What the lactation consultant needs to know about program evaluation. Journal of Human Lactation 18(4): 379; Discussion 379-81

Will your building work on opening day?. Health Facilities Management 10(3): 26, 28-30, 32

Will your charting method protect you from lawsuits?. Provider 13(5): 52, 54-52, 54

Will your compliance plan pass the effectiveness test?. Healthcare Financial Management 54(4): 54-57

Will your disease management program pass muster with Joint Commission reviewers?. Healthcare Demand & Disease Management 5(2): 29-31

Will your grandchild be a test-tube baby?. U.S. Catholic 42(6): 6-11

Will your hospital turn to "spouse care"?. Medical Economics 58(19): 133-134

Will your journal support parents advocating for intensive behavior therapy (the Lovaas method) as an entitlement under Part H of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act?. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 28(1): 91-92

Will your laboratory be ready for the future?. Clinical Laboratory Management Review 11(4): 232-233

Will your life become an open book?. Medical Economics 73(13): 38-40, 43, 47-50 Passim

Will your malpractice insurer stifle your defense?. Medical Economics 75(1): 36, 39-40, 43-8

Will your medical staff be trained in ethics?. Hospital Forum 24(6): 16-17

Will your patient admit "he hits me"?. Tennessee Medicine 91(10): 382-383

Will your patient tolerate anesthesia? Assessment in general practice. Mmw Fortschritte der Medizin 144(12): 14-15

Will your practice-management system connect to the HIS (hospital information system) or AMR (ambulatory medical record)?. Health Management Technology 17(9): 20, 22-20, 22

Will your state's privacy law be superseded by HIPAA?. Managed Care 11(5): 24h-24j, 24l, 24n

Will your way to better health. Positive Living 11(3): 28-30

Will "career ladders" bring nurses back to the bedside?. Health Care 30(4): 10-11

Will "cost containment" decrease safety? Noted observer considers relative safety risks. Journal of Clinical Monitoring 12(2): 199-202

Will's journey: a rebirth. A study of the effects of chronic illness on the human spirit. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing 30(5): 314-317

Will, the 'geriatric party animal'. How much health care is too much? Some patients challenge our assumptions. Geriatrics 49(4): 53-54

Willard Carver, LL.B., 1866-1943: doctor, lawyer, Indian chief, prisoner and more. Chiropractic History 14(2): 12-20

Willebrand's disease and pregnancy. Fifteen cases. Journal de Gynecologie, Obstetrique et Biologie de la Reproduction 25(4): 405-410

Willebrand-Jürgens-Syndrome. Der Anaesthesist 50(3): 192-193

Willem Anton den Hartog Jager (1913-1993). Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 95(3): 171-174

Willem Einthoven (1860-1927). Heart 78(4): 324-324

Willem Einthoven. From an arduous beginning to the Nobel Prize. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia 66(4): 179-186

Willem J. Kolff and artificial vision for the blind. Artificial Organs 22(11): 966-968

Willem J. Kolff, M.D., and Belding H. Scribner, M.D., win Lasker awards. Asaio Journal 48(6): 581-581

Willem J. Kolff, MD: accomplishments beyond standard measurements. Asaio Journal 43(4): 263-267

Willem Kolff: innovator, scholar, and world citizen. Artificial Organs 22(11): 983-984

Willem Kolff: recollections and reflections. Artificial Organs 22(11): 938-939

Willem Luyendijk (1917-1995). Surgical Neurology 45(2): 203-204

Willem de Kooning's Rosy-fingered dawn at Louse Point and American health care. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 139(9): 456-458

Willet F. Whitore, Jr. Lecture: back to the future--the role of complementary medicine in urology. Journal of Urology 162(2): 411-420

Willful concealment complicates hospitals' liability. Hospital Risk Management 4(3): 29-32

William A. Hammond, the dynamograph, and bogus neurologic testimony in old New York. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 6(3): 257-263

William A. Mitchell, jr, april 26, 1933 to march 17, 2000. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 117(5): 621-621

William Alexander Hammond: the centenary of his death. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 10(3): 293-299

William Arthur Johnson--a postgraduate's contribution to the Krebs cycle. Trends in Biochemical Sciences 18(2): 61-62

William Arthur Smeaton: an appreciation. Ambix 48(2): 53-55

William Augustus Newell: physician, congressman, governor. New Jersey Medicine 97(10): 17-20

William B. Walsh, MD: the guiding light of Project HOPE. Interview by C. Burns Roehrig. Internist 32(2): 18-21

William Barnsley Allen VC DSO MC and Bar: a tragic medical hero. Journal of Medical Biography 3(1): 59-56

William Barry Wood, Jr.: May 4, 1910-March 9, 1971. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 51: 387-418

William Bateson's introduction of Mendelism to England: a reassessment. British Journal for the History of Science 20(67): 399-420

William Bateson's pilgrimages to Brno. Cesty Williama Batesona do Brna. Folia Mendeliana 65(15): 243-250

William Bateson's rejection and eventual acceptance of chromosome theory. Annals of Science 40: 19-59

William Bateson: a biologist ahead of his time. Journal of Genetics 81(2): 49-58

William Beaumont. American Surgeon 62(8): 690-691

William Beaumont Hospital and its new generation system. U.S. Healthcare 6(3): 20-22

William Beaumont and the ethics of human experimentation. Journal of the History of Biology 12(1): 113-135

William Beaumont, M.D., and his studies of the physiology of digestion at the Michigan Gibraltar of the Great Lakes. Michigan Medicine 99(4): Suppl 7-10

William Blake and eighteenth-century medicine. Blake Studies 8: 187-199

William Blomfild, Elizabethan alchemist. Ambix 20(2): 75-87

William Bloom - September 15, 1899-May 11, 1972. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 62: 17-36

William Bosworth Castle (October 21, 1897-August 9, 1990). Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 135(4): 591-597

William Brass 1921-1999. Population Studies 54(2): 129-131

William Brockedon, F.R.S. (1787-1854). Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 26: 65-72

William Budd and typhoid fever. Rhode Island Medicine 78(11): 310-310

William C. Gorgas and the Gorgas Hospital. Scalpel & Tongs 43: 54,65-54,65

William C. Porter Lecture Award. Joining forces: psychiatry and readiness. Military Medicine 162(4): 225-228

William Carlos Williams and the company doctor. Academic Medicine 73(10): 1031-1032

William Carlos Williams: physician, poet, writer and playwright. Harefuah 137(10): 507-508

William Carver, practical horse farrier. Veterinary Heritage 16(2): 71-79

William Charles Wells (1757-1815)--a nephrologist of the Scottish enlightenment. Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation 11(12): 2513-2517

William Charles Wells (1757-1817) and vestibular research before Purkinje and Flourens. Journal of Vestibular Research 10(3): 127-137

William Cheselden (1688-1752): humane anatomist and master surgeon. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 67(8): 524-527

William Christopher Stadie: June 15, 1886-September 12, 1959. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 58: 513-528

William Christopher Zeise: a famous Danish chemist and his pharmaceutical family. Theriaca 25: 3-37

William Cookworthy, an 18th century polymath. Pharmaceutical Historian 9(3): 8-12

William Cookworthy, the Bristol connection. Pharmaceutical Historian 23(4): 12-12

William Coulson: Victorian virtues handsomely rewarded. Journal of Medical Biography 2(3): 132-136

William Crawford Gorgas. He set the standard of military preventive medicine. Hawaii Medical Journal 57(1): 377-380

William Cruickshank (FRS-1802): clinical chemist. Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation 11(9): 1885-1889

William Cullen and Edinburgh medicine: a reappraisal. Society for the Social History of Medicine Bulletin 38: 7-9

William D. Sawyer, M.D. has been cordially invited to be a member of the Advisory Board of the Chinese Medical Journal. Chinese Medical Journal 106(1): 5-5

William David Coolidge (1873-1975). A report on the scientific achievements of one of the pioneers of radiology. Rontgenpraxis; Zeitschrift für Radiologische Technik 47(1): 22-23

William David Coolidge: October 23, 1873-February 3, 1975. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 53: 141-157

William Desmond (Bill) Jackson. Focus on rural practice. Australian Family Physician 22(10): 1873-5, 1878

William Dobinson Halliburton, F.R.S. (1860-1931) - pioneer of British biochemistry?. Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 38(1): 129-145

William Dock. American Journal of Cardiology 84(10): 1215-1225

William Dock's contribution to cardiac auscultation. American Journal of Cardiology 91(3): 383; Author Reply 383-383; Author Reply 383

William Dock, MD. American Journal of Cardiology 85(3): 404-404

William Doolin: humanist and surgeon. Journal of the Irish Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons 17(1): 4-8

William Douglass and the beginnings of American medical professionalism: a reinterpretation of the 1721 Boston inoculation controversy. Historical Journal of Western Massachusetts 6(1): 23-36

William Drennan, his medical life. Presidential address to Ulster Medical Society delivered on 15 October 1998. Ulster Medical Journal 68(1): 4-11

William E. Allen, Jr, MD, FACR: pioneering physician and leader. Journal of the National Medical Association 91(7): 414-418

William E. Stewart II. Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research 20(10): 839-841

William Edward Burghardt DuBois: historian, social critic, activist. American Journal of Public Health 93(2): 274-275

William Egleston, M.D., 1873-1935 SCMA President, 1935. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association 92(11): 474-474

William Elmhirst 1721-1773: surgeon-apothecary--and medical frontiersman. Pharmaceutical Historian 14(3): 6-7

William Ernest Castle, October 25, 1867--June 3, 1962. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 38: 33-80

William Evans. Clinical Cardiology 24(6): 487-489

William F. House Lecture. Neurotologic manifestations of microvascular hypoperfusion. American Journal of Otology 16(1): 34-38

William F. Rienhoff, Jr: a not-to-be-forgotten mentor. Surgery 129(1): 110-113

William Farr (1807-1883) and the "human unit". Victorian Studies 14: 143-150

William Farr's influence on Florence Nightingale. Journal of Medical Biography 9(2): 122-122

William Farr's legacy to the study of inequalities in health. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 78(1): 86-87

William Farr, M.D., R.R.S., D.C.L., C.B., 1807-1883. Bromley Local History 1: 39-43

William Farr, The Lancet, and epidemic cholera. Medical Science Monitor 8(6): Le18-Le19

William Farr: campaigning statistician. Journal of Medical Biography 8(4): 220-227

William Fowler--1983 Nobel Prize winner. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 69(10): 1022-1022

William Fulton Gillespie, 1891-1949: transitional figure in western Canadian academic surgery. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 15(2): 379-400

William G. Lennox and the International League against Epilepsy: sketch of a life and an opus. Revista de Neurologia 26(154): 1074-1075

William G. Louis, MD. From high school dropout to teacher of youth. Medical Economics 76(23): 137-137

William G. Niederland, M.D. 1905-1993. Psychoanalytic Quarterly 63(1): 101-103

William Gibson (1788-1868). Archives of Surgery 135(6): 743-743

William Gilbert (1544-1603): physician and founder of electricity. Journal of Medical Biography 5(3): 137-145

William Gilbert Grace (1848-1915). Fairmount, Nottingham Lane, SE9. Journal of Medical Biography 9(3): 150-150

William Gilbert--physicist, scientist and physician. Lakartidningen 99(1-2): 66-68

William Gillespie (1905-2001). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 83(Pt 1): 277-281

William Guybon Atherstone: South African medical practitioner, botanist and geologist. Journal of Medical Biography 10(4): 224-231

William H. Beierwaltes: a life in nuclear medicine. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 41(10): 19n-20n

William H. Oldendorf, M.D. (1925-1992). Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 17(2): 169-171

William H. Stein: June 25, 1911-February 2, 1980. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 56: 415-440

William H. Werner and the American Bureau of Chiropractic: organizing a lay constituency. Chiropractic History 10(1): 25-29

William Halsted, his family and 'queer business methods'. Archives of Surgery 131(2): 123-127

William Hammond and his enemies. Medical Heritage 2(5): 322-331

William Harvey (1578-1657) and Marcello Malpighi (1628-1694): linked in blood, paralleled in life. Adler Museum Bulletin 20(3): 14-23

William Harvey - better psychiatrist than cardiologist. Scalpel & Tongs 43(1): 3-4

William Harvey Research Conference on PDE inhibitors: drugs with an expanding range of therapeutic uses. Expert Opinion on Investigational Drugs 9(3): 621-625

William Harvey and art misplaced. Annals of Science 49(1): 3-19

William Harvey and his legacy. Clinical Medicine 2(6): 581-582

William Harvey and the 'Way of the Anatomists'. History of Science; An Annual Review of Literature, Research and Teaching 21(53 Pt 3): 223-249

William Harvey and the Hannah portrait. Journal of Medical Biography 1(1): 48-51

William Harvey and the primacy of the blood. Annals of Science 43(3): 239-255

William Harvey trophy. Lancet 360(9348): 1892-1892

William Harvey's Prelectiones: the performance of the body in the Renaissance theatre of anatomy. Representations: 62-95

William Hay Taliaferro: February 10, 1895-December 21, 1973. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 54: 375-407

William Hayes: 18 January 1913 - 7 January 1994. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society 42: 173-189

William Heberden revisited: postprandial angina-interval between food and exercise and meal composition are important determinants of time to onset of ischemia and maximal exercise tolerance. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 29(2): 302-307

William Heberden the elder (1710-1801): physician of the enlightenment. Southampton Medical Journal 4(1): 10-16

William Heberden, Edward Jenner, John Hunter and angina pectoris. Journal of Medical Biography 3(1): 56-58

William Henry Lowe 1815-1900: 74th president of the college 1873-1875. Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 21(4): 483-487

William Hoffman Gardiner Logan. Journal of the History of Dentistry 46(2): 89-91

William Hogarth, unwitting neurochemist?. Neurochemical Research 25(9-10): 1431-1434

William Homan Thorpe: 1 April 1902-7 April 1986. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society 33: 621-639

William Howard Frishman, MD: a conversation with the editor. Interview by William Clifford Roberts. American Journal of Cardiology 81(11): 1323-1338

William Hunter's Gravid Uterus: the specimens and plates. Clinical Anatomy 15(4): 253-262

William Hunter's casts of the gravid uterus at the University of Glasgow. Clinical Anatomy 14(3): 210-217

William Hunter's "Oral sepsis" and American endodontics. Nordisk Medicinhistorisk Arsbok: 233-240

William Hunter, surgeon. History Today 33: 50-52

William Hunter, surgeon and Edward Gibbon, historian: an 18th century connection. Adler Museum Bulletin 20(3): 24-25

William Hunter: anatomist and obstetrician supreme. Huntia; A Yearbook of Botanical and Horticultural Bibliography 44-45: 122-148

William III (1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Allergy Proceedings 16(6): 330-332

William IV (1765-1837), King of Great Britain, Ireland and Hanover. Allergy and Asthma Proceedings 17(4): 224-225

William Isaac Thomas and the Helen Culver Fund for Race Psychology: the beginnings of scientific sociology at the University of Chicago, 1910-1913. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 27(1): 21-41

William J. Downer, Jr., profile. Michigan Hospitals 16(11): 8-12

William J. von liebig 1923-1999. Journal of Vascular Surgery 29(6): 1170-1170

William James Lytle: a historical review. Hernia 6(4): 198-203

William James MacNeven and early laboratory instruction in the United States. Ambix 17: 143-152

William James McGill (1922-1997). Journal of Mathematical Psychology 42(1): 1-4

William James and Gertrude Stein: psychology affecting literature. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis 24(2): 321-339

William James and I. A. Richards. Indian Journal of American Studies 10(1): 78-82

William James and emotion: is a century of fame worth a century of misunderstanding?. Psychological Review 101(2): 222-229

William James and the noun brainstorm. Notes and Queries 39(2): 187-187

William James and the problem of interests. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 16(2): 175-185

William James and the twice-born sick soul. Daedalus 97: 1062-1082

William James and the unconscious: redressing a century-old misunderstanding. Psychological Science 11(6): 439-445

William James as a philosophical psychologist. Midway 8: 3-19

William James on psychopathology: an archival memoir. Revista de Historia de la Psicologia 5(1-2): 357-365

William James on psychopathology: the 1896 Lowell lectures on "Exceptional mental states". Harvard Library Bulletin 30(4): 455-479

William James on the will. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 7: 249-260

William James's eyes: the thought behind the man. Psychohistory Review 8(1-2): 26-46

William James's spiritual crisis. Historian; A Journal of History 38: 39-57

William James, Gustav Fechner, and the question of dogs and cats in the library. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 10: 304-312

William James, Theodore Dreiser and the "anaesthetic revolution.". American Studies 24(1): 5-17

William Jason Mixter (1880-1958). Ushering in the "dynasty of the disc". Spine 23(21): 2363-2366

William John Gies Award. Journal of the American College of Dentists 67(4): 14-14

William John Horsey, M.D., F.R.C.S.C. Neurosurgeon to St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. le Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques 20(3): 254-255

William John Little and cerebral palsy. A reappraisal. European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology 90(2): 139-144

William John Munro and Munro's abscess, and Franz Kogoj and Kogoj's spongiform pustule. American Journal of Dermatopathology 24(4): 364-368

William Kershaw Slater 1893-1970. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society 17: 603-680

William King (1786-1865): physician and father of the Co-operative Movement. Journal of Medical Biography 2(3): 168-176

William L. McGuire Memorial Lecture. Antiestrogens: mechanisms of action and resistance in breast cancer. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 44(1): 23-38

William L. McGuire Memorial Symposium. 1,25(OH)2D3 modulation of mammary tumor cell growth in vitro and in vivo. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 27(1-2): 69-81

William L. McGuire Memorial Symposium. Control of breast cancer cell growth by steroids and growth factors: interactions and mechanisms. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 27(1-2): 57-68

William L. McGuire Memorial Symposium. Estrogen and progestin effects in human breast carcinogenesis. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 27(1-2): 3-15

William L. McGuire Memorial Symposium. Estrogen receptors: ligand discrimination and antiestrogen action. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 27(1-2): 17-26

William L. McGuire Memorial Symposium. The role and prognostic significance of p53 gene alterations in breast cancer. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 27(1-2): 95-102

William L. McGuire Memorial Symposium. The role of erbB2 signal transduction pathways in human breast cancer. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 27(1-2): 83-93

William Laidlaw Purves MD (1842-1917): aurist, oculist and golfer. Journal of Medical Biography 5(4): 194-199

William Lawless: an Irish and French revolutionary. Journal of the Irish Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons 27(4): 238-242

William M. Lougheed and the development of vascular neurosurgery at the Toronto General Hospital. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. le Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques 20(4): 337-340

William M. Pardridge, Recipient of the AAPS Meritorious Manuscript Award. Pharmaceutical Research 14(12): 1651-1654

William MacGillivray and his association with John James Audubon. Report of Proceedings. Scottish Society of the History of Medicine: 12-15

William Macewen and the treatment of brain abscesses: revisited after one hundred years. Journal of Neurosurgery 84(1): 133-142

William Marsden (1796-1867); Alexander Marsden (1832-1902). Journal of Medical Biography 10(1): 62-62

William McDougall and the problem of purpose. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 5(1): 25-38

William McKim Marriott (1885-1936). European Journal of Pediatrics 152(4): 285-285

William Mclean Wallace (1912-1968). Journal of Pediatrics 129(3): 474-477

William Mestrezat (1883-1928): oenologist, physician, neurochemist. Journal of Medical Biography 10(3): 141-145

William Mitchell--Brophy Award winner, 1998. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 113(1): 117-117

William Montague Cobb (1904-1990): obituary. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 92(4): 545-548

William Moorcroft, the first European veterinarian to visit Lahore. Veterinary History: 20-22

William Morton and the first successful demonstration of anaesthesia. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 24(5): 529-529

William Nathan Schoenfeld (1915-1996): innovative scientist, inspiring teacher, relentless questioner, complicated man. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 67(1): 1-9

William O'Shaughnessy, Thomas Latta and the origins of intravenous saline. Resuscitation 55(3): 231-234

William Ogilvy Kermack 1898-1970. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society 17: 399-429

William Osler Abbott: his double lumen tube. Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association 112: 50-60

William Osler and Basil Gildersleeve on Plato's Eryximachus. Journal of Medical Biography 11(1): 35-40

William Osler and Harvey Cushing. Sydsvenska Medicinhistoriska Sallskapets Arsskrift 26: 157-167

William Osler and The Fixed Period: conflicting medical and popular ideas about old age. Archives of Internal Medicine 161(17): 2074-2078

William Osler and Thomas Browne, a friendship of fifty-two years; Sir Thomas pervades Sir William's library. Korot 8(11-12): 150-165

William Osler and angina pectoris: still prevailing concepts. Archivos del Instituto de Cardiologia de Mexico 68(1): 81-84

William Osler and the 'chloroforming' of men over 60: a media outcry in 1905. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 146(51): 2489-2493

William Osler and the New York Times, 1897-1931. Journal of Medical Biography 7(3): 130-139

William Osler at 150: an overview of a life. JAMA 282(23): 2252-2258

William Osler at work: reading John Richard Green-introduction. Osler Library Newsletter: 1-3

William Osler re-visited. Adler Museum Bulletin 25(2): 14-19

William Osler's fascination with diseases of warm climates. Journal of Medical Biography 3(1): 20-29

William Osler's historiography: a rhetorical analysis. Bulletin Canadien D'histoire de la Medecine 3(1): 31-49

William Osler's letters from Egypt. Journal of Medical Biography 9(3): 151-160

William Osler, Sigmund Freud and the evolution of ideas concerning cerebral palsy. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 2(4): 255-282

William Osler--clinician and teacher. Harefuah 126(6): 357-360

William Osler: a model for the 21st century?. Medical Journal of Australia 171(11-12): 577-579

William P. Letchworth: philanthropist and pioneer epileptologist. Archives of Neurology 50(3): 313-316

William Paley (1743-1805): neuroanatomist?. Journal of Medical Biography 10(4): 215-223

William Pardridge discusses the lack of BBB research. Interview by Rebecca N. Lawrence. Drug Discovery Today 7(4): 223-226

William Petty: Oxford anatomist and physician. Journal of Medical Biography 7(1): 11-16

William Pickles Lecture 1993. When something is good, more of the same is not always better. British Journal of General Practice 43(371): 254-258

William Pickles Lecture 1994. From Cullen to Calman. Medical education--enlightenment to post-modernism. British Journal of General Practice 44(384): 326-330

William Pickles Lecture 1996. The importance of being different. British Journal of General Practice 46(408): 433-436

William Pickles Lecture 1997. A liberal education: teaching, learning and research in general practice. British Journal of General Practice 47(419): 395-399

William Pitcairn, MD (1712-1791)--a biographical sketch. Archives of Natural History 12(2): 219-229

William Potts Dewees (1768-1841) of Pennsylvania: pioneer of perinatal medicine in America. Archives of Disease in Childhood. Fetal and Neonatal Edition 75(1): F69-F70

William Price (1800-1893). Journal of Medical Biography 11(1): 40-40

William Procter Jr. (1817-1874). Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association 42(2): 363-364

William Prout and barometry. Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 24: 281-294

William Prout, M.D., F.R.S. physician and chemist (1785-1850). Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 24: 273-280

William Pulteney Alison. Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 19(2): 219-224

William R. Maples, forensic historian: four men, four centuries, four countries. Journal of Forensic Sciences 44(4): 692-694

William R. Milnor: teacher, scientist, administrator, friend. Clinical Cardiology 17(5): 280-281

William R. Safarjan. Award for distinguished contributions to applied psychology as a professional practice. American Psychologist 57(11): 945-947

William Redfern (1775?-1833): mutineer to colonial surgeon in New South Wales. Part I: shock and recovery. Journal of Medical Biography 7(1): 35-41

William Redfern (1775?-1883): mutineer to colonial surgeon in New South Wales. Part II: promise and default. Journal of Medical Biography 7(2): 78-85

William Robert Wallace, 1882-1976. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association 94(7): 330-331

William Robin Thompson, 1887-1972. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society 19: 655-678

William Robinson, Mr. Fixit for several hospitals, wins Cain Brothers recognition. Modern Healthcare 24(17): 38, 40-1

William Rushton: 8 December 1901-21 June 1980. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society 32: 421-459

William S. Halsted and rubber gloves. Medicine and Health, Rhode Island 80(7): 239-239

William S. Wadsworth and the evolution of the medical examiner. American Surgeon 65(8): 794-795

William Salmon, quack-doctor and writer of seventeenth century London. Journal of the History of Dentistry 43(2): 73-76

William Schroeder dies 620 days after receiving artificial heart. New York Times on the Web: A1, A25-A1, A25

William Shippen, Jr.: pioneer revolutionary war surgeon and father of American anatomy and midwifery. Journal of Investigative Surgery 15(4): 183-184

William Sinclair, Scottish student in medicine in Leiden, 1736-1737. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 139(51): 2688-2691

William Small 1734-1775: no publications, much influence. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 90(2): 102-105

William Smellie (1697-1763): the father of scientific obstetrics. Medical Heritage 2(3): 158-167

William Smellie and midwifery practice in 1765. Modern Midwife 6(9): 26-29

William Smith Tillett - July 10, 1892-April 4, 1974. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 62: 383-412

William Somerset Maugham: a rediscovered truant. Journal of Medical Biography 1(2): 90-94

William St. Clair Symmers: Native South Carolinian, internationally respected pathologist. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association 93(2): 68-74

William Stark (1740-1770): his life, manuscript and death. Journal of Medical Biography 8(3): 146-148

William Stern (1871-1938). Korot 5(11-12): 808-813

William Stevens; a Danish-Caribbean physician of world renown. Dansk Medicinhistorisk Arbog: 9-40

William Stewart Halsted--surgeon extraordinaire: a story of 'drugs, gloves and romance'. Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 122(2): 122-124

William Stewart Halsted. Our surgical heritage. Annals of Surgery 225(5): 445-458

William Stewart Halsted: father of American modern surgery. Journal of Investigative Surgery 15(2): 59-60

William Stewart Halsted: letters to a young female admirer. Annals of Surgery 234(5): 702-707

William Stukeley (M.D.Cantab.) and the apothecaries. Pharmaceutical Historian 23(1): 6-12

William Styron and the literature of early maternal loss. Psychoanalytic Review 86(3): 403-432

William T. Anderson: Army officer, doctor, minister, and writer. Negro History Bulletin 40(1): 662-663

William T. Newsome. Award for distinguished scientific contributions. American Psychologist 57(11): 834-836

William T. Sherman. American History Illustrated 1(9): 4-12, 54-7

William Tod Helmuth and Andrew Jackson Howe. Surgical sectarianism in 19th-century America. Archives of Surgery 129(6): 662-668

William Turner's Spirituall physik. Sixteenth Century Journal 14: 387-398

William Twining (1790-1835): the first accurate clinical descriptions of "tropical sprue" and kala-azar?. Journal of Medical Biography 9(3): 125-131

William Tyson Kendall 1851-1936. Veterinary History 5(3): 104-110

William Waldegrave on science policy. Interview by Richard Smith. Bmj 306(6869): 39-42

William Walker's portrait of 'Men of Science'. Endeavour 25(3): 91-92

William Walter Stoddart, Ph.C.: the first public analyst for the city of Bristol. Pharmaceutical Historian 28(1): 6-7

William Watts Parmley, MD: a conversation with the editor. American Journal of Cardiology 89(9): 1087-1106

William Wesley Anderson, MD [1866-1946. Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association 100(8): 349-350

William Withering, MD, FRS, FLS (1741-1799): a country doctor and his role in medicine and science. Heart & Lung 22(6): 469-471

William Woolf Mushin. Anaesthesia 48(6): 461-462

William alexander dawson. Bmj 319(7203): 192-192

William harvey, hypothermia, and battle injuries. Bmj 319(7224): 1561-1561

William james archibald craig. Bmj 318(7181): 468-468

William lees price. Bmj 316(7144): 1613-1613

William louis murray bigby. Bmj 316(7139): 1249-1249

William osler at 150. JAMA 283(20): 2658-2658

William osler of bond head, canada. Medical and Pediatric Oncology 33(6): 583-584

William the Conqueror and the murder of Conan II. Veterinary and Human Toxicology 35(2): 170-171

William's syndrome. Indian Pediatrics 38(12): 1427-1427

William's syndrome. Report of a case with family involvement. Revista Clinica Espanola 198(2): 91-94

William's syndrome: from phenotype to genotype. Anales Espanoles de Pediatria 47(2): 212-218

Williams (Williams Beuren) syndrome: a distinct neurobehavioral disorder. Journal of Child Neurology 16(3): 177-190

Williams enters conditional plea of guilty in HIV exposure case. Aids Policy & Law 14(4): 10-10

Williams et al. reply. Physical Review Letters 68(13): 2105-2105

Williams reviews NCLEX exam questions. Texas Nursing 72(4): 10-11

Williams syndrome (microdeletion 7q11.23), model of behavioral phenotype. Bulletin de L'academie Nationale de Medecine 184(1): 105-15; Discussion 115-6

Williams syndrome and coeliac disease. Acta Paediatrica 82(11): Iv-Iv

Williams syndrome and happiness. American Journal of Mental Retardation 105(5): 363-371

Williams syndrome and related disorders. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 1: 461-484

Williams syndrome and subaortic stenosis. Clinical Genetics 44(4): 223-223

Williams syndrome and the elastin gene in Thai patients. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand 82 Suppl 1: S174-S178

Williams syndrome as a model of genetically determined right-hemisphere dominance. Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology 27(3): 264-267

Williams syndrome in Slovakia. American Journal of Medical Genetics 65(4): 366-366

Williams syndrome without cardiovascular abnormalities. Minerva Pediatrica 50(11): 467-471

Williams syndrome(Williams-Beuren syndrome), elfin face syndrome. Ryoikibetsu Shokogun Shirizu: 263-265

Williams syndrome--a model of genetically determined right hemispheric dominance. Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal Imeni I.M. Sechenova 81(8): 81-84

Williams syndrome--developmental syndrome's common cardiovascular disorders. Duodecim; Laaketieteellinen Aikakauskirja 117(5): 505-512

Williams syndrome--does early diagnosis matter?. Clinical Pediatrics 41(4): 277-280

Williams syndrome--oral presentation of 45 cases. Pediatric Dentistry 16(4): 262-267

Williams syndrome--the Singapore General Hospital experience. Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore 26(3): 360-364

Williams syndrome. Considerations on an unusual case. La Pediatria Medica E Chirurgica 16(1): 85-86

Williams syndrome: a guide to diagnosis and treatment. South Dakota Journal of Medicine 50(3): 89-91

Williams syndrome: a window to the development of cognitive and neural processes. Annali Dell'istituto Superiore di Sanita 33(2): 259-266

Williams syndrome: an update on clinical and molecular aspects. Archives of Disease in Childhood 81(3): 198-200

Williams syndrome: clinical, cytogenetical, neurophysiological and neuroanatomic study. Revista Medica de Chile 130(6): 631-637

Williams syndrome: cognition, personality, and adaptive behavior. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews 6(2): 148-158

Williams syndrome: from genotype through to the cognitive phenotype. American Journal of Medical Genetics 97(2): 164-171

Williams syndrome: new insights into genetic etiology, pathogenesis and clinical aspects. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 145(9): 396-400

Williams takes her leave. Interview by Teresa O'Connor. Nursing New Zealand 2(9): 18-19

Williams v. Williams, 1987. Annual Review of Population Law 15: 133-133

Williams v. Wilzack. Atlantic Reporter 573: 809-821

Williams v. Zbaraz. 24 May 1979. United States Reports 442: 1309-1316

Williams v. Zbaraz. 30 Jun 1980. United States Reports 448: 358-370

Williams's "The Red wheelbarrow". Anq 14(1): 39-40

Williams, Kubler, and Terakura respond. Physical Review Letters 54(25): 2728-2728

Williams-Beuren syndrome in combination with celiac disease. Monatsschrift Kinderheilkunde 141(7): 577-580

Williams-Beuren syndrome: an update and review for the primary physician. Clinical Pediatrics 38(4): 189-208

Williams-Beuren syndrome: diagnosis and ocular manifestations. Journal Francais D'ophtalmologie 18(11): 699-702

Williams-Richardson vaginopexy. An abdominal suspension operation in prolapse and extensive vaginal descent. Zentralblatt für Gynakologie 119(8): 378-382

Williamsburg Conference on Biological and Immunological Treatments for Cancer, 1992. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 85(16): 1288-1293

Williamsburg Hospital: rural health care model. Scha Journal 4(1): 4-6

Williamsia muralis gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from the indoor environment of a children's day care centre. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology 49 Pt 2: 681-687

Williamson ether synthesis on solid support: substitution versus elimination. Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry 3(2): 154-156

Willie Sutton and the completeness and priorities of the Ideal Transoesophageal Echo Study in the year 2001. European Journal of Echocardiography 2(1): 6-7

Willing and able. Nursing Standard 1987) 14(27): 12-13

Willing hands ... but new nonvital transplants could be raising more emotional problems than they solve. New Scientist 162(2192): 51-51

Willing the spirits to reveal themselves: rural Kenyan mothers' responsibility to restore their children's health. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 12(4): 490-502

Willing to pay for family planning service. Indonesia. Integration: 2-3

Willing to pay for satisfaction. Internist 29(3): 6-8

Willingness and ability to pay for health care: a selection of methods and issues. Health Policy and Planning 10(1): 94-101

Willingness of families caring for victims of dementia to pay for nursing home care: results of a pilot study in Taiwan. Journal of Management in Medicine 12(6): 349-60, 321

Willingness of female smokers to tolerate postcessation weight gain. Journal of Substance Abuse 8(3): 371-378

Willingness of patients to perform self-management of asthma and the role of inhaled steroids. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 20(1): 60-64

Willingness to assist one's elderly parents: responses from United States and Japanese families. Human Organization 41(3): 256-259

Willingness to donate organs - Strategies to influence attitude. Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, Medizinische Psychologie 52(1): 24-31

Willingness to donate organs and tissues in Vietnam. Journal of Transplant Coordination 9(1): 57-63

Willingness to donate organs towards the 2000s--results of a survey of attitudes among Israeli Jews. Harefuah 135(11): 496-500, 568

Willingness to experiment creates financially viable community program. Promoting Health 7(4): 1-3

Willingness to follow breast cancer. Survey of family physicians. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 42(): 263-268

Willingness to give informed consent in elderly demented and confused (delirious) patients. Fortschritte der Neurologie-Psychiatrie 62(8): 306-312

Willingness to implement mental health measures among small-scale enterprise employers in Ohta ward, Tokyo, Japan. Sangyo Eiseigaku Zasshi 44(5): 200-207

Willingness to make health decisions associated with socio-economic factors. Hospital Management Quarterly 4-6, 20

Willingness to participate in HIV vaccine trials among men who have sex with men in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Projeto Praça Onze Study Group. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 25(5): 459-463

Willingness to participate in HIV-1 vaccine trials among young Thai men. Sexually Transmitted Infections 76(5): 386-392

Willingness to participate in South African HIV vaccine trials--concerns of medical professionals in the Western Cape. South African Medical Journal 92(11): 904-906

Willingness to participate in biomedical research. African-americans vs whites. Annals of Epidemiology 10(7): 456-457

Willingness to participate in industrial protest: exploring social identification in context. British Journal of Social Psychology 39: 153-172

Willingness to pay and cost of illness for changes in health capital depreciation. Health Economics 5(5): 447-467

Willingness to pay and the valuation of programmes for the prevention and control of influenza. Pharmacoeconomics 16 Suppl 1: 55-61

Willingness to pay as a measure of health benefits. Pharmacoeconomics 15(1): 9-18

Willingness to pay as a measure of the benefits of mental health care. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 2(2): 55-58

Willingness to pay for a quality-adjusted life year: in search of a standard. Medical Decision Making 20(3): 332-342

Willingness to pay for antenatal carrier screening for cystic fibrosis. Health Economics 4(6): 439-452

Willingness to pay for antihypertensive care: evidence from a staff-model HMO. Social Science & Medicine 44(12): 1911-1917

Willingness to pay for antihypertensive therapy--further results. Journal of Health Economics 12(1): 95-108

Willingness to pay for antihypertensive therapy--results of a Swedish pilot study. Journal of Health Economics 10(4): 461-473

Willingness to pay for arthritis symptom alleviation. Comparison of closed-ended questions with and without follow-up. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 16(1): 60-72

Willingness to pay for defense against weapons of mass destruction. Military Medicine 166(12 Suppl): 76-79

Willingness to pay for diagnostic certainty: comparing patients, physicians, and managed care executives. Journal of General Internal Medicine 14(3): 193-195

Willingness to pay for diagnostic services. A new approach to modelling patient benefits in health care. Health Economics 3(4): 255-266

Willingness to pay for health insurance in a developing economy. A pilot study of the informal sector of Ghana using contingent valuation. Health Policy 42(3): 223-237

Willingness to pay for health risk reduction in the context of altruism. Health Economics 11(7): 623-635

Willingness to pay for hormone replacement therapy. Health Economics 7(1): 31-38

Willingness to pay for improved respiratory and cardiovascular health: a multiple-format, stated-preference approach. Health Economics 9(4): 295-317

Willingness to pay for long-term care insurance system in a municipality in Tokyo. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 11(2): 101-108

Willingness to pay for mammography: item development and testing among five ethnic groups. Health Policy 53(2): 105-121

Willingness to pay for new chemotherapy for advanced ovarian cancer. New Zealand Medical Journal 113(1108): 143-146

Willingness to pay for obesity treatment. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 16(1): 50-59

Willingness to pay for periodontal therapy: development and testing of an instrument. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 59(1): 44-51

Willingness to pay for poison control centers. Journal of Health Economics 16(3): 343-357

Willingness to pay for publicly-provided goods. A possible measure of benefit?. Journal of Health Economics 9(1): 103-118

Willingness to pay for reductions in angina pectoris attacks. Medical Decision Making 16(3): 248-253

Willingness to pay for the maintenance of equity in a local ivermectin distribution scheme in Toro, Northern Nigeria. Public Health 113(4): 193-194

Willingness to pay for unfunded health services in a family practice clinic. Leadership in Health Services 3(5): 14-17

Willingness to pay for what? A note on alternative definitions of health care program benefits for contingent valuation studies. Medical Decision Making 22(6): 493-497

Willingness to pay in the context of an economic evaluation of healthcare programs: theory and practice. American Journal of Managed Care 3 Suppl: S21-S32

Willingness to pay in treatment of bleeding disorders. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 16(2): 706-710

Willingness to pay to shorten waiting time for cataract surgery. Health Affairs 16(5): 181-190

Willingness to pay. What's in a name?. Pharmacoeconomics 14(5): 465-470

Willingness to pay: a feasible method for assessing treatment benefits in epilepsy?. Seizure 8(1): 14-19

Willingness to pay: a method for measuring preferences for maternity care?. Birth 25(1): 32-39

Willingness to pay: a valid and reliable measure of health state preference?. Medical Decision Making 14(3): 289-297

Willingness to pay: assessing community water demand. Habitat Debate 1(3): 13-14

Willingness to sacrifice in close relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 72(6): 1373-1395

Willingness to supply human body parts: some empirical results. Journal of Consumer Research 4(3): 131-140

Willingness to treat HIV-positive patients at different stages of medical education and experience. Aids Patient Care and Stds 13(7): 403-414

Willingness to work with and sympathy for HIV-positive coworkers: an experimental examination of mode of transmission concern, and knowledge. Psychological Reports 77(2): 571-576

Willingness-to-pay (WTP): the new-old kid on the economic evaluation block. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research 33(1): 59-64

Willingness-to-pay utility assessment: feasibility of use in normative patient decision support systems. Proceedings 223-227

Williopsis saturnus and Williopsis beijerinckii-different taxons from polymerase chain reaction data with nonspecific primers. Mikrobiologiia 70(3): 365-369

Willis Dew Gatch. Includes reprints of three of his articles. Indiana Medical History Quarterly 3(3): 43-60

Willis and Steno on muscles: rediscovery of a 17th-century biological theory. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 5(2): 100-107

Willis on narcolepsy. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 74(1): 76-76

Willmaking on the deathbed. Local Population Studies: 37-45

Willow. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 60(1): 5-5

Willow bark extract, a useful alternative for the treatment of osteoarthritis: comment on the editorial by Marcus and Suarez-Almazor. Arthritis and Rheumatism 48(1): 278-80; Author Reply 280

Willow bark extract--effects and effectiveness. Status of current knowledge regarding pharmacology, toxicology and clinical aspects. Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 152(15-16): 354-359

Willow: a uniform search interface. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 3(1): 27-37

Willpower. Nursing Times 95(6): 41-41

Wills Eye Hospital and surgical network: successful pre-positioning strategies for payment reduction and managed care pressures. Managed Care Quarterly 9(2): 44-49

Wills and Administration of Testate Estates Act 1989 (No. 6 of 1989), 14 May 1989. Annual Review of Population Law 16: 80-80

Wills, living wills and enduring powers of attorney. Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London 29(6): 488-489

Willshaw model: Associative memory with sparse coding and low firing rates. Physical Review. A, Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics 41(4): 1843-1854

Willughby's observations in midwifery: the Dutch translation. Vesalius 2(2): 106-110

Willy Meyer's radical mastectomy. Archives of Surgery 132(12): 1362-1362

Wilm's tumor in a 3-year-old boy. Medicinski Arhiv 51(3-4): 91-92

Wilm's tumor in adults. Review of the literature on prognostic factors and treatment. Anales de Medicina Interna 11(4): 185-186

Wilm's tumor. Diagnostic capacities of magnetic resonance imaging. MRI-pathomorphological comparison. Vestnik Rentgenologii i Radiologii: 29-43

Wilma McPherson -- the interview. Interview by Tom Keighley. Nursing Management 5(2): 18-21

Wilms tumor and autoimmune neutropenia. Medical and Pediatric Oncology 34(4): 299-300

Wilms tumor associated with polycythemia: case report and review of the literature. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology 19(3): 263-265

Wilms tumor gene (WT1) as a marker for minimal residual disease in leukemia. Japanese Journal of Clinical Hematology 43(3): 151-156

Wilms tumor gene (WT1) as a new marker for the detection of minimal residual disease in leukemia. Leukemia & Lymphoma 30(1-2): 55-61

Wilms tumor gene (wt1) mRNA is equally expressed in blast cells from acute myeloid leukemia and normal CD34+ progenitors. Blood 90(10): 4230-4232

Wilms tumor gene WT1 as a tumor marker for leukemic blast cells and its role in leukemogenesis. Methods in Molecular Medicine 68: 223-237

Wilms tumor gene expression in acute myeloid leukemias. Leukemia & Lymphoma 25(5-6): 435-443

Wilms tumor imaging: patient costs and protocol compliance. Radiology 204(3): 627-633

Wilms tumor in a child with trisomy 13. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology 22(2): 171-172

Wilms tumor in adults. Case description. Archivos Espanoles de Urologia 51(7): 705-708

Wilms tumor in adults. Report of a case. Actas Urologicas Espanolas 25(10): 755-758

Wilms tumor in the adult. Archivos Espanoles de Urologia 54(4): 370-374

Wilms tumor presenting with abdominal pain: a special subgroup of patients. Annals of Surgical Oncology 5(3): 213-215

Wilms tumor treated with partial surgery. 31-year survival. Archivos Espanoles de Urologia 50(7): 756-759

Wilms tumor-pseudohermaphroditism-glomerulopathy, Denys-Drash type. Ryoikibetsu Shokogun Shirizu: 813-814

Wilms tumor: progress to date and future considerations. Expert Review of Anticancer Therapy 1(4): 555-564

Wilms tumor: unusual manifestations. Pediatric Radiology 25 Suppl 1: S76-S86

Wilms tumour: diagnosis and treatment. Paediatric Drugs 1(4): 251-262

Wilms' Tumor: Changing Tole of Radiation Therapy. Seminars in Radiation Oncology 7(3): 204-211

Wilms' tumor (nephroblastoma). Contributions to Nephrology 128: 82-98

Wilms' tumor and associated malformations; report of two cases with WAGR and Drash syndrome. European Journal of Pediatric Surgery 6(3): 186-188

Wilms' tumor and the WT1 gene. Contributions to Nephrology 128: 62-74

Wilms' tumor arising in a horseshoe kidney. Indian Pediatrics 32(6): 689-693

Wilms' tumor bone metastases at diagnosis. Medical and Pediatric Oncology 21(6): 446-450

Wilms' tumor gene expression by normal and malignant human B lymphocytes. Leukemia & Lymphoma 38(5-6): 611-619

Wilms' tumor gene product WT1 arrests macrophage differentiation of HL-60 cells through its zinc-finger domain. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 254(1): 192-196

Wilms' tumor in a 22-year old woman during pregnancy. Polski Tygodnik Lekarski 49(8-9): 198-199

Wilms' tumor in an adult: a case report and review of the literature. Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association 95(5): 191-196

Wilms' tumor of the ovary: A case report. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 37(1): 127-129

Wilms' tumor presenting as Cushing's syndrome. Pediatric Surgery International 13(4): 293-294

Wilms' tumor suppressor gene (WT1) as a target gene of SRY function in a mouse ES cell line transfected with SRY. International Journal of Developmental Biology 42(8): 1143-1151

Wilms' tumor treated with chemotherapy in a patient with a solitary kidney. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 31(9): 1305-1307

Wilms' tumor with inferior vena cava thrombus. Journal de Radiologie 79(12): 1536-1537

Wilms' tumor with vena caval, atrial, and middle hepatic vein tumor thrombus. Pediatric Surgery International 16(5-6): 447-448

Wilms' tumor. Diagnosis and treatment. La Pediatria Medica E Chirurgica 21(5 Suppl): 21-32

Wilms' tumor. Introduction. Seminars in Urologic Oncology 17(1): 1-1

Wilms' tumor. Role of fine needle aspiration and DNA ploidy by image analysis in prognostication. Analytical and Quantitative Cytology and Histology 21(6): 505-511

Wilms' tumor. The experience of the University Clinical Hospital of Zaragoza. Archivos Espanoles de Urologia 49(6): 613-616

Wilms' tumor: a 25-year review of the role of preoperative chemotherapy. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 34(4): 579-582

Wilms' tumor: a paradigm for the new genetics. Oncology Research 12(11-12): 441-449

Wilms' tumor: diagnosis and treatment in the 1990s. Seminars in Pediatric Surgery 2(1): 59-68

Wilms' tumor: reached progress and future prospects. Archivio Italiano di Urologia, Andrologia 69(4): 227-232

Wilms' tumor: tumor suppressor genes and imprinting. Pathologie-Biologie 41(1): 23-24

Wilms' tumors and malformation complexes. Nihon Rinsho. Japanese Journal of Clinical Medicine 58(7): 1419-1425

Wilms' tumors with intra-cava infiltration. Cirugia Pediatrica 8(4): 155-157

Wilms' tumour : a clinicopathologic study with special reference to its morphologic variants. Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology 38(1): 55-62

Wilms' tumour and Fanconi anaemia: an unusual association. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 36(2): 196-197

Wilms' tumour gene and function. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 3(3): 408-413

Wilms' tumour metastasis to the testis: long-term survival. Pediatric Surgery International 18(5-6): 541-542

Wilms' tumour presenting as a pulmonary embolism. Acta Chirurgica Belgica 97(3): 148-150

Wilprafen (josamycin) therapy of patients with urogenital inflammations. Urologiia: 23-24

Wilson Inlet and Denmark River, Western Australia--the linked Australian memorials and lives of two Royal Naval surgeons. Occasional Papers on Medical History Australia 5: 145-149

Wilson Stuart Stone: October 6, 1907-February 28, 1968. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences 52: 451-468

Wilson cirrhosis associated with membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis. Nephron 74(2): 497-498

Wilson disease and pregnancy. Review of the literature and case report. Zeitschrift für Geburtshilfe und Neonatologie 202(2): 77-79

Wilson disease manifested primarily as amenorrhea and accompanying thrombocytopenia. Journal of Adolescent Health 31(4): 378-380

Wilson disease mutations associated with uncommon haplotypes in Mediterranean patients. Human Genetics 98(6): 640-642

Wilson disease with HCV infections. Pediatria Polska 70(5): 431-434

Wilson disease, IgA glomerulonephritis and vascular purpura: an incidental association?. Archives Francaises de Pediatrie 50(6): 501-504

Wilson disease. Report of a case of autopsy with copper tissue quantification and electronic microscopy. Revista de Gastroenterologia de Mexico 66(1): 38-41

Wilson disease: a new case treated with trientine. Revista de Neurologia 23(119): 145-147

Wilson disease: asymptomatic or late-onset type?. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica 94(6): 421-422

Wilson line breaking and vacuum stability in Kaluza-Klein cosmology. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 43(10): R3107-R3111

Wilson loop and contour shapes. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 42(12): 4159-4164

Wilson loops and light-cone gauge quantization on the space-time S1 x R cylinder. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 54(4): 2845-2852

Wilson loops at finite temperature. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 41(12): 3857-3860

Wilson loops in bosonized two-dimensional QCD. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 36(6): 1897-1904

Wilson loops in four-dimensional quantum gravity. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 49(12): 6534-6542

Wilson loops in the fermion-non-Abelian-vortex system. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 38(12): 3755-3762

Wilson loops in three dimensions. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 40(4): 1274-1292

Wilson loops, winding modes, and domain walls in finite temperature QCD. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 51(12): 7111-7123

Wilson ratio for Kondo lattices. Physical Review Letters 58(25): 2729-2729

Wilson renormalization group approach to light-front Tamm-Dancoff scalar field theory. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 50(2): 980-990

Wilson renormalization group study of inverse symmetry breaking. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 54(4): 2944-2959

Wilson signs bills on HIV transmission, needle safety. Aids Policy & Law 13(19): 10-11

Wilson v. Blue Cross: a case synopsis. Qrc Advisor 7(11): 1-3

Wilson v. Blue Cross: liability of payor to patient injured by early discharge. Medical Staff Counselor 5(2): 59-61

Wilson v. Kuenzi. West's South Western Reporter 751: 741-749

Wilson vetoes return-to-work bill, five other measures. Aids Policy & Law 12(20): 13, 15-13, 15

Wilson'S disease: dominant neuropsychiatric form. Case presentation and its physiopathologic interpretation based upon magnetic resonance of the encephalon. Revista de Gastroenterologia del Peru 22(1): 74-80

Wilson's disease. Seminars in Liver Disease 20(3): 353-364

Wilson's disease ("hepatic form") in a region endemic for schistosomiasis mansoni: clinical presentation of 25 patients. Arquivos de Gastroenterologia 35(1): 11-17

Wilson's disease and Menkes disease. Pediatrics International 41(4): 403-404

Wilson's disease and mental disturbances. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. Revue Canadienne de Psychiatrie 41(2): 132-133

Wilson's disease and offending behaviour--a case report. Medicine, Science, and the Law 33(4): 353-358

Wilson's disease before and after 5 years of treatment with D-penicillamine. Journal of Hepatology 29(3): 489-489

Wilson's disease in Eastern India. Journal of the Association of Physicians of India 49(): 881-884

Wilson's disease in personal material--disturbances in hemostasis. Polski Tygodnik Lekarski 50(36-39): 79-81

Wilson's disease in pregnancy: five successful consecutive pregnancies of the same woman. European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology 96(2): 232-234

Wilson's disease in psychiatric patients. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 56(6): 649-649

Wilson's disease patients with normal ceruloplasmin levels. Turkish Journal of Pediatrics 41(1): 99-102

Wilson's disease presented with fulminating hepatic failure in children. Digestive Diseases and Sciences 45(4): 704-704