University of Utah School of Medicine - Medicine Man Yearbook (Salt Lake City, UT)

 - Class of 1952

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kind ex-patients who could still recall the treatment they received for a similar illness. In the Medicine out patient clinic, they were permitted to examine patients with ages of from 90 to 110 years who were inelligible for care in the Pediatrics clinic. They were then asked to make a diagnosis with which the visiting man would invariably disagree just as a matter of couse. However, this made no difference since the diseases were inevitably incurable and the patients were always treated with digitalis, low-salt diet, penicillin inhalation and sent to another clinic anyway. Surgery clinic included a number of the surgical specialties each of which the patients mastered completely in the two weeks allotted for each. The G. U. clinic offered interesting diversion. The patients watched urologists push cold 8 mm. crowbars through Z mm, urethras and then try to think of a good reason why the subject should come down off the chandelier. ln E.N.T. clinic, everyone, whether they were in for sinusitis, otitis, tonsilitis, or for swallowing their yo-yo, was Proetzeled. ln this procedure water is poured into one nostril and the patient's cerebral hemispheres carefully sucked out the other. While in Orthopedic clinic, each man was furnished a buzz saw with which he could easily remove a cast and a leg in one fell swoop. For one month the patients were seen in Pediatrics clinic where they occupied their time looking at reddened ear drums and sore bottoms. In addition to outpatient clinics, two months of the fourth year were spent with the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, directed by Drs. Holmstrom and Hulme. On this service were the never-tofbe- forgotten rounds- the only place we know of where men have been known to shake with fear and laughter at the same time. Then there were the four-week excursions to other hospitals for additional obstetric training where our heroes learned that precipitation can mean worse than rain and when it rains, it pours. Toward the end of the fourth year, it appeared that most of the patients were finally showing some improvement. There was, however, considerable question in the minds of many staff men as to whether this improvement was more apparent than real. Whether real or not, they decided that the patients should be discharged-perhaps because they were just tired of seeing them around. But whatever the reason the patients were grateful and happy and though they may not follow the doctors, orders to the letter, it is felt that the prognosisis probably not as poor as it may have appeared at times during the past four years. 10

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gg Dr. John Z. Bowers Became Dean of our Medical School in the latter part of 1950. An avid skiing enf thusiast. Dr. Bowers is a young man with progressive, constructive plans for the growth and expansion of the Medical School. The Dean is actively engaged in radio' biological research and has served as a con- sultant on the Atomic Energy Commission. Is the owner of a flashy convertible and the shortest haircut on the campus. Florence Strong One of the few things that all Medical Students agree upon is the fact that enough nice things cannot be said about Florence Strong. Friend to everyone - "Mother" to all Medical Students. Were it not for the fact that her clothes bear the stains from unhappy students cry- ing on her shoulderg the attractive young lady would be listed among the 'ten best- dressed-women. -1-

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