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"Taught by art divine the sage physician eludes the urn, and chains or exiles death."
The story of medicine enthralls the imagination by its infinite charm and arouses admiration for its victories in the battles against disease.
Its romance is so compelling that men...
The question, "Why should the dermatologist be supposed to have special qualifications as a syphilologist?" appears to be the approved form for the expression of the opinion that, in the enthusiasm for reorganizations and new starts which possesses a part of the medical world, the...
The subject matter in this paper was originally prepared as a guide for the teaching of medical students. The lack of publications dealing especially with the treatment of diabetes mellitus in children has led to the presentation of the material in the hope that it may prove of service...
Personality consists of an individual's collective attributes or qualities. It is the sum total of his traits and, at the same time, the main spring of his being and activities. It comprises his consciousness, his character and his will, and is manifest in his conduct and behavior....
I have collected the histories of the patients with congenital dislocation of the hip seen at the orthopedic department of the Stanford clinics during the last few years, and to them I have added my own.
Few announcements in recent years have occasioned more hope in the minds of the medical profession and the laity than did the report on chlorin as a therapeutic agent in certain respiratory diseases made by Vedder and Sawyer 1 about a year ago. Although usually considered trivial, acute...
No instance of a cyst of this nature occurring in the cervix has been found in a survey of the literature or in the standard texts of gynecology. Geller1 reports a number of atypical epithelial growths on the cervix, but they are all either polypoid or solid tumors of possible malignant...
Facial palsy, following scarlet fever with complicating suppurative otitis media and cerebral abscess, is not a rare occurrence. In the available literature, however, I have been able to find reported only one case1 of peripheral involvement of the facial nerve due to a parotid abscess,...
An emergency "cock-up" splint, which fulfils the requirements of this type of splint extremely well, can be made easily from a piece of wood of proper length and thickness, and a tin or papier-mâché round box. The one illustrated was improvised hurriedly, a strip of pine shingle and an empty...
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