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Adventures in Academic Psychiatry
When this new department director arrived 26 years ago, house staff told him, "Your way is not the Hopkins way. Leave us alone." The last thing he planned to do was leave them alone.
By Paul R. McHugh
The Fine Art of Diagnosis... Getting Rid of Larynx Cancer While Saving the Voice... Triple Reverse Hip Surgery... Repairing the Shattered Pelvis... Defining Frailty... Finding the Heart Condition... Breast Reconstruction... Device to Help HIV Patients

Dark Days at Hopkins... The President Stops By... Coffee with Tommy... The Quest for Bloodless Medicine... Where Osler Wrote... A Physician Refinds His Cello... Old-time Clinics Move On


Paul R. McHugh   Bill Schlott  points out a severely constricted artery, the hallmark sign of Takayasu's arteritis, which can result in blindness, heart attack or stroke if not treated promptly.  
Dubya makes a point as Tommy Thompson l istens in.
I Never Imagined
Henry Seidel looks back on the pleasures and the pathos of shepherding a generation of medical students toward their M.D.'s
By Henry Seidel
  A Quarter Century of Stories from Hopkins Medicine
Richard Ross may not even have realized it, but when he begat Hopkins Medical News he created a history. Twenty-five years later, a trip through the magazine reads like a pageant full of drama and intrigue and colorful characters.
At Match Day 1986, Henry Seidel and his wife, May Ruth, receive a tribute from the graduating class.   Richard Ross,  Creator of Hopkins Medical News
Post Op   Sparrow's Point

Thoughts From the Dean.
Our Legacy to Ellen Roche
"We already have made substantive changes in the conduct of our research and more our coming."
By Edward D. Miller, M.D.


Ruminations on life as a pediatric resident.
What It Takes To Be A Senior Resident
As we develop, we require frequent negotiation and clarification by our mentors of their demands and expectations."
By Melissa Sparrow

Edward D. Miller, M.D.   Melissa Sparrow