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A new paradigm for hypothesis testing in medicine, with examination of the Neyman Pearson condition.

Theoretical medicine

Moore GW, Hutchins GM, Miller RE.
PMID: 3798393
Theor Med. 1986 Oct;7(3):269-82. doi: 10.1007/BF00539848.

No abstract available.

A high-resolution networked computer system for radiologic instruction of medical students.

Journal of digital imaging

Hayt DB, James R, Knowles R, Erde SM.
PMID: 1772912
J Digit Imaging. 1991 Nov;4(4):202-6. doi: 10.1007/BF03173901.

A network of 18 Macintosh II-based workstations (Apple Computer Corp, Cupertino, CA) having high-resolution 1,024-line monitors is used for the radiologic instruction of medical students in our institution. Although this is an expensive system, it is time-shared with the...


Journal of computer-aided molecular design

Counts RW.
PMID: 1818095
J Comput Aided Mol Des. 1991 Dec;5(6):629-30. doi: 10.1007/BF00135319.

No abstract available.

Improving communications in clinical oncology: the EuroCODE project. The EuroCODE Steering Committee.

British journal of cancer

Fayers PM, Machin D, Mossman J.
PMID: 1419595
Br J Cancer. 1992 Oct;66(4):607-9. doi: 10.1038/bjc.1992.323.
Free PMC Article

No abstract available.

[Computer supported communication procedures with IMAGE software].

Die Quintessenz der Zahntechnik

Büning K, Gremm U.
PMID: 2098830
Quintessenz Zahntech. 1990 Aug;16(8):929-37.

No abstract available.

The Internet and the Journal.

The New England journal of medicine

Wiviott LD.
PMID: 7675058
N Engl J Med. 1995 Oct 19;333(16):1078; author reply 1079-80.

No abstract available.

Educational challenges.

Radiologic clinics of North America

Jaffe CC, Lynch PJ.
PMID: 8657875
Radiol Clin North Am. 1996 May;34(3):629-46.

Despite the efforts of some educators, computers and electronic networks have yet to achieve their proper role in education. Advances, such as more intuitive software, CD-ROM media, and networks, offer powerful new tools, but technology is only one facet...

[Microbiology and the Internet].

Microbiologia (Madrid, Spain)

Hernández M, Carrera FJ, Ronchera CL, Ferrús MA, Hernández J.
PMID: 9424102
Microbiologia. 1997 Sep;13(3):363-70.

No abstract available.

Electronic mail (Email).

Australian family physician

Bollen M.
PMID: 8839369
Aust Fam Physician. 1996 Feb;25(2):121-2.

No abstract available.

Journals and the Internet. Use of the Internet for on line peer review must be explored further.

BMJ (Clinical research ed.)

Allan B, Morlet N, Wormald R.
PMID: 9158493
BMJ. 1997 May 03;314(7090):1352.

No abstract available.

The birth of the Internet: it's been around longer than you may have thought.

Michigan medicine

Ellis D.
PMID: 7565166
Mich Med. 1995 Aug;94(8):31-5.

The Internet just keeps on growing. The handful of computers linked in 1969 has grown to nearly 5 million today. Today's reported 30 million Internet users worldwide is projected to grow to 100 million within five years.

'Information highway' for family physicians.

American family physician

Chop WM.
PMID: 8116509
Am Fam Physician. 1994 Mar;49(4):749.

No abstract available.

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