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The genius of William Shakespeare has depicted so many shades of human emotions and has dealt so vastly with almost every conceivable phase of human activity that it is not at all surprising that the man who knew human beings so perfectly should have known something of the medicine of...
The author is a psychologist who has observed glandular therapy by physicians and checked the results by mental tests and careful observation by herself and teachers who did not know the time or extent of therapy. The first chapter deals with mental capacity, largely as determined by...
The diagnosis of juvenile osteomalacia as an entity apart from juvenile rickets has its proponents and opponents. Hess1 personally felt that the difference in the pathologic lesions is quantitative rather than qualitative and that the underlying pathologic process is the same although...
That the human fetus is capable of perceiving sound vibrations and of responding to them by movements of the extremities has previously been reported. Forbes and Forbes1 reported the case of a woman who while attending musical concerts felt a great deal of fetal movement whenever the...
Memorial to Dr. Ruhräh.—A memorial room was opened in the building of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland on January 21 in honor of the late Dr. John Ruhräh of Baltimore. The room was furnished by friends of Dr. Ruhräh, principally outside the...
Bazzano suspends the child in a special cloth bolster, which allows one to make exceptionally clear roentgenograms of the thorax. He illustrates all types of pneumonia with both anterior-posterior and transverse views, which together give an excellent idea of the process. Cavities that...
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