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In the first section the reader is made familiar with the nature of the problem to be investigated, the material used for the investigation and the sort of data obtained therefrom. In order to learn the relation of breathing capacity (vital capacity) and grip strength to other physical...
Dr. Allan M. Butler Appointed.–Dr. Allan M. Butler, of Boston, has been made medical regional director for region I (New England) for the Committee on National Defense.
Dr. Louise Taylor Jones died recently...
This monograph, written in Spanish, gives the etiology, pathology, histology, diagnosis and treatment of pylorospasm. The material has been gathered from 21 cases that the author has studied very thoroughly. Of particular interest are the determinations of the blood and plasma chlorides...
This unique reference book contains most if not all of the information needed by a patient for safe and effective reduction of body weight. It is composed in encyclopedic form, with short sections arranged alphabetically for easy reference. There are some hundreds of paragraphs, each...
Hypertension has long been known to occur in certain cases of glomerulonephritis and in cases of chronic urinary obstruction. Not until comparatively recently, however, was hypertension reported in association with pyelonephritis. Löhlein,1 in 1917, reported the cases of 2 young women...
One of the most striking and at the same time one of the most obscure phenomena in pediatrics is the failure of infants to thrive in hospitals. The appalling infant death rate in American institutions within the twentieth century was recounted before this society by Dr. Chapin in 1915.1...
The literature of the last few years shows that the number of reports on infections with Salmonella suipestifer is increasing. This increase is probably due to the fact that interest in these infections has awakened and it is an old rule that the more one seeks something the more often...
The disease histoplasmosis, which was first described by Darling in 1906 and 1908,1 has since been observed and reported many times. An able review by Meleney2 appeared in 1940. Since this review and summary of 32 cases, 5 additional ones, 3 of infants3 and 2 of adults,4 have been...
The Daily Log for 1942 contains essentially the same material that it always has for efficient bookkeeping. Physicians are not good business men as a rule, and such a book as this is essential if they are to know what they are doing and what they are spending.
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