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The Life and Lectures of Lent Johnson, M. D. arose because of my high regard for this pathologist who was chief of pathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) for 50 years. The AFIP is the referral center for all tissues taken from members of the military. By peering through his microscope at samples sent to him by referring surgeons, Dr. Johnson became the final judge of the disease that afflicted the person from whom the tissue was taken. This book would be of interest to any prospective orthopedic surgeon and any other person interested in the workings of the human body. Dr. Johnson's concepts, which include the basic understanding of cell physiology to the glomoid apparatus, have not hitherto been published in any single publication. It is possible that orgasms and hot flashes are products of the integrated glomoid network.
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Retired orthopedic surgeon Justin Howland practiced orthopedics in Redding, California for 28 years. After graduating from Yale University, he received his MD degree from N. Y. Medical College. He interned at Kaiser in San Francisco, and his residency was at Fitzsimons in Denver. After a tour in Europe and a stint as Chief of Orthopedics at Fort Dix, N. J., he and his family (five children) returned to California.
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