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By way of introduction I should, perhaps, outline the field covered by the science of pharmacology and the relation that the subject bears to the practice of medicine. One of the youngest of the preclinical sciences, pharmacology was born in Europe in the latter half of the last century...
A multiplicity of new methods have been introduced into the medical practice of the present generation. This is a natural result of advances in the science of medicine but is especially a concomitant of progress in other fields, e. g., transportation, communication and industry, whereby...
When one introduces a new tuberculin test, one must show that it is really new and, at the same time, useful. Essentially, there are three types of tuberculin tests: (1) the cutaneous test of von Pirquet, (2) the intracutaneous test of Mantoux and (3) the percutaneous test of Moro. Of...
This report deals with the occurrence of fatal hemorrhage in a Negro boy who died at the age of 7 days. The hemorrhagic diathesis which he showed could not be definitely identified, since it did not conform to the criteria which are generally required in order that a diagnosis of...
This handbook for mothers uses the question and answer method. Its value to the mother may be judgd from the following illustration:
"264. What should be done when the baby has a cold in the head?
"At the onset give a cathartic: calomel (10 doses of one-tenth grain each...
The discovery of dermoids in children is rare. This is particularly true of dermoid or teratoma of the mediastinum. There are nevertheless physical signs and certain chemical and roentgenologic procedures which materially aid in their recognition. The following case of mediastinal...
The chemical study on bone and cartilage to be reported here supplements the work described in an earlier paper1 on the mineral composition of the human fetus. In other investigations2 made on similar material only a few of the mineral constituents have been considered. Apparently the...
The chief merit of Ross Smith's new book on orthopedic surgery lies in its compactness and its usefulness to the rather large technical and lay organization built around the orthopedic surgeon. Members of such a group require a handy working reference, in order to become familiar with...
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