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SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PIRQUET TEST
When Pirquet,1 in April, 1907, announced his tuberculin test, it marked an epochal advance in phthisiology. Basing his memorable researches on the underlying principle that there was an immediate reaction in serum sickness and...
The early idea that Bacillus pyocyaneus was a harmless secondary invader was dispelled long ago by numerous clinicians, pathologists and bacteriologists, who clearly demonstrated its pathogenic properties. It is an established fact that this chromogenic organism is not only the cause of...
Studies of anemia in infants await the establishment of a normal hemoglobin curve for children. A survey of the literature reveals that investigations on this subject are not only few but conflicting in results. There seems to be general agreement, however, that the hemoglobin level is...
The past two and one-half decades have brought revolutionary changes in medicine. A number of us can remember clearly when a blood count was a highly scientific procedure and when the number of physical and chemical measurements designed to elucidate the manifestations of disease or even...
While parliamentarians and economists of all schools have been endeavoring, with rather less success than more, to combat the world-wide ravages of unemployment, it would seem that they have somewhat neglected one aspect of the problem—less immediate, but perhaps the gravest—the effects...
The experimental studies of Dr. Pierre Uhry on diphtheritic paralyses are presented in this volume. Guinea-pigs, dogs and rabbits were used in the research. The behavior of these animals after injections of diphtheria toxin was carefully observed. The physiopathology and histopathology...
This small volume consists of a general survey of the acid-base balance and the application of this knowledge to the treatment of diseases in infants and in children. The authors have at all times kept in mind the needs of those physicians who are not deeply versed in the intricacies of...
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