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—Mrs. R. B., aged 32, white, actress, admitted to the service of Dr. M. H. Bochroch in the psychopathic wards of the Philadelphia General Hospital, June 5, 1922, was unconscious, May 30, when her husband arrived home in the evening. In about ten minutes she revived, and talked...
Probably no subject has given rise to so much acrimonious discussion and bitterness of feeling as the efforts of physicians to restrict the practice of medicine to certain individuals or to certain classes. This problem is apparently no nearer permanent solution than it was fifty years...
The reference of specific pathologic lesions to the invasion of harmful micro-organisms into the body has become so common in these days of modern bacteriology that other pathogenic factors in disease are sometimes likely to be overlooked and often to be undervalued. The comparatively...
Prussia's New Regulation in Regard to Midwives
The main feature of Prussia's new law with respect to midwives lies in the provision that in the future a special permit must be secured before a person can settle in any locality in Prussia for the purpose of practicing...
—In the item published two weeks ago, the limitation of students to be accepted by the Western University Medical School, London, Ont., should have been stated as fifty instead of fifteen. The report that the "medical colleges in Canada have turned out more physicians than the demand...
Vienna Professors Leaving the University
A Vienna University lecturer who has had twenty-two years' continuous work in pathologic anatomy, and who has left Vienna and the university because he is unable to support himself and his family from his income, made the...
Diseased or injured limbs and joints respond to treatment most effectively when function is suspended and immobilization is effected. Physiologic rest alone is a valuable therapeutic agent because the organ involved can, so to speak, devote its entire energy to the business of getting...
To the Editor:
—From time to time, reports from the Committee on Standardization of Biological Stains have appeared, dealing with the investigations in progress. Many congratulations have been received by the chairman of the committee on the results accomplished; but...
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