A shower in the desert of a patient's emotions

Livingston, Wiley
September 2003
Cortlandt Forum;9/25/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p13
Relates experience of the author as an internist with a special internist in infectious disease in the U.S. Comments on the duties of physicians; Remarks on the degree of freedom for various nursing units; Accounts on the importance of medical service.


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