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In 1903 appeared the first edition of Williams' "Obstetrics." It was an excellent book, both for students and for practitioners, and it received an immediate and wide recognition. At the time of Whitridge Williams' death the book had gone through six editions. During the period during...
The author is at heart a student of gastroenterology who uses the roentgenologic method as his chief tool. The book reflects this approach and provides a veritable gold mine of information. The various diseases and disorders of the digestive tract are discussed in detail with a profusion...
Because of the general interest in physical fitness, the publication of this fourth edition of a book on body mechanics is of special interest. It is a standard book dealing with fundamental subjects, significant to all branches of medicine. It is well written by authorities on the...
Physicians Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, Inc.—The following physicians were certified as specialists by the American Board of Pediatrics, Inc., after the examinations in New York, Dec. 7, 8 and 9, 1945:
Charles Abler, New York;...
IN DISTURBANCES of carbohydrate metabolism it is not uncommon for hyperglycemia and glycosuria to be interpreted as diabetes mellitus, while the extrapancreatic melliturias are overlooked. It seems worth while, therefore, to report an instance of hepatic diabetes occurring prominently in...
Allergists have indeed been fortunate for many years in having the close cooperation of a botanist of Dr. Wodehouses' caliber and industry. In this book he has gathered the results of a large amount of study concerning the plants which cause hay fever. The first one hundred and...
DURING the past thirty years infant welfare clinics have developed from mere feeding stations, where nurses or doctors or both prescribed formulas and diets for underprivileged patients, to the modern well baby clinics. Therein an attempt is made to supervise not only diets but also...
This is one of the most concise, lucid and authoritative little guides on vitamins and minerals written for the layman. The author combines a wholesome amount of common sense with scientific fact in presenting this important subject to his readers. In his introduction he gives a simple...
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