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Southern Medical Association.—Dr. Harvey F. Garrison, of Jackson, Miss., a well known pediatrician of Mississippi, has been elected president of the Southern Medical Association.
Dr. Horton R. Casparis...
The book begins with a historical review of therapy with sulfanilamide and its derivatives, and, after a discussion of general principles of treatment, individual drugs and infections are dealt with in the conventional manner. Chapters are also devoted to the use of sulfanilamide and its...
The author has arranged the diseases according to the particular portal of entry and method of spread. A consideration of the various disease entities is preceded by a section on immunity, epidemiology, control of communicable diseases and nursing and hospital management of the patient....
In previous communications1 we have reported on the vitamin A requirements of infants and of children. The criteria which we used for estimating the vitamin A status of the subjects were (1) growth, (2) susceptibility to infections and (3) visual threshold in the dark (dark adaptation)....
About eight years ago Drinker served as co-author of a monograph on the lymphatics. This is not a revision of that text. The present volume is a current and comprehensive presentation of the physiologic and clinical significance of the lymphatic system. The chapters on lymphoid tissue...
The problem of determining whether pertussis vaccination is effective in preventing whooping cough has been studied for many years. Extensive laboratory investigations have been carried out, but so far no satisfactory method has been developed that can be relied on to determine immunity...
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A male sirenomelian (single-limbed) monster was born of white parents at Charity Hospital, New Orleans, on Aug. 23, 1939. The delivery occurred at full term, and the presentation was left sacral anterior. The parents, who had had no other children,...
It was shown by Moro1 in 1908 that if an ointment composed of equal parts of tuberculin and hydrous wool fat is rubbed into the skin of a susceptible subject a specific local inflammatory reaction will appear. In the same year Lautier2 introduced a similar test, consisting of applying...
Previous studies1 have indicated that diet plays an important role in the causation and prevention of dental caries. Some investigators,2 in attempting to determine the dietary factors which might be responsible for the occurrence of dental caries, stressed the significance of the...
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