Since 1946 the Veterans Administration has been issuing technical bulletins, which in essence are timely and interesting articles written by men well known and respected in the medical profession. Eight bulletins written in 1950 and the first two that appeared in 1951 are presented in a compact and nicely bound book, each bulletin constituting a different chapter.
Thorough coverage of the subject characterizes each bulletin. Such subjects are included as "The Treatment of Coronary Thrombosis with Myocardial Infarction." by Irving S. Wright, M.D.; "The Diagnosis and Treatment of Adrenal Cortical Insufficiency," by Peter Forsham, M.D., and George Thorn, M.D.; "Some Aspects of Medical Planning in Atomic Warfare," by George Lyon, M.D.; Treatment of Cardiac Arrest," by Claude S. Beck, M.D., and "The Pathologic Physiology and Treatment of Edema," by Louis G. Welt, M.D., and Donald W. Seldin, M.D., and five other articles of equal interest. Each bulletin is summarized and