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Cannon and Washburn,1 and Carlson and his colaborers have given us a proved method for studying hunger objectively; its time of occurrence, its intensity, its effects, and the means by which it may be produced or inhibited. They have shown that contractions of the so-called empty stomach...
There is apparently a gastric element in appetite. The contractions of the stomach institute hunger. Its profuse and rich secretion causes an entirely different sensation—not painful, but pleasant. Carlson concludes that the appetite or psychic gastric juice described by Pawlow1...
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For many years the study of nephritis has attracted a great deal of attention from clinicians. The problems involved are so complicated and so many, the correlation of different anatomic lesions with variations in functional capacity is so...
During the past five years numerous clinical reports have been made on the prophylactic and curative value of pertussis vaccine. Graham,1 Ladd2 and Bamberger3 reported favorably on its curative power in small doses. Hess4 was fortunate in being able to observe the effect of vaccines...
The function of originating and transmitting the automatic impulses which result in the contraction of the heart belongs to certain specialized tissues which represent the remnant of the primitive cardiac tube. These excitation waves have been shown to arise at the junction of the...
Abortive pneumonia is the term applied by Wunderlich1 to that class of cases presenting the clinical picture of pneumonia together with the usual signs of pulmonary consolidation, yet running an exceedingly brief and mild course, often terminating by crisis on the second or third day....
History.—Martin A. was born in August, 1908, in a small settlement in the woods of northeastern Maine and had always lived there. His parents were healthy. Four other children were alive and well; two had died in infancy of indigestion. There had been no miscarriages.
During the past twenty-five years progress in the surgical treatment of suppurative otitis media achieved by the classical Schwartz and his followers in Europe, together with many American otologists, has brought this special branch of surgery to the foremost ranks. It has been the means...
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