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This large and rather closely printed volume represents a "stock-taking" of the work done under the stimulus of the Bureau of Social Hygiene with the administrative guidance of the Division of Medical Sciences, of the National Research Council, and covers the accomplishments since...
Argyria due to the administration of silver salts is by no means rare; a careful review of the literature, however, has failed to reveal mention of the condition as a result of colloidal silver used intranasally.
Because of the widespread use of this type of medication and the...
A few years ago a transfusion service was organized at the Milwaukee Children's Hospital by one of us (S. J. S.) of the surgical staff. Before that time transfusions were done by the resident physician or the interns, and often the only record of the operation was a terse statement on...
This work directs the physician's attention to the feet of children and adults, emphasizing the importance of treating the whole patient and not merely the condition of the feet.
The author traces the formation of flatfoot from its origin in childhood to the vicious circle...
Reports of total unilateral hypertrophy or hemihypertrophy are comparatively rare in medical literature. The earliest case was reported by Wagner, in Germany, in 1839; in 1879, Osler gave the number of reported cases of congenital hemihypertrophy as twelve. Gesell, in 1921, made a...
In reviewing the factors concerned with the function of the ductus arteriosus, a hypothesis of the interplay of piestic factors at birth has been developed which coordinates the data of all the previous antagonistic theories dealing with this process. The major tenets have been held and...
I. CHARACTER OF TISSUE CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH ACTIVITY OF THE RHEUMATIC PROCESS
In 1904 Aschoff1 emphasized the association of the myocardial nodule with rheumatic fever. This marked the first recognition of histologic changes specific for rheumatic disease. During...
Enhancement of the antirachitic and calcifying properties of milk by exposure to ultraviolet rays has raised the question as to whether or not there was a destruction of vitamin A. Data from various laboratories have been contradictory, but a review of such data shows that a wide...
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