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State Medical Meeting....
A colored woman, aged 33, married, was admitted to Grady Hospital, Dec. 3, 1920, complaining of weakness and pain in the right lower abdomen. She had always been in good health and gave no history of serious illness, operations or venereal disease. Her menses had been regular. She had had three...
To the Editor:
—A program consisting of more than 1,600 papers from an attendance of 3,000 delegates is the remarkable record of the Sixth National Congress of the Japan Medical Association, which was held at Kyoto, April 1 to 5, 1922. This record, which, allowing...
The ophthalmologic manifestations of diseases of the nervous system have long occupied a conspicuous place, and have been studied with great interest by the neurologist and the ophthalmologist.
Realizing the close relation existing between the eye and the brain, the retina being...
As a part of the investigation of botulism in California, experiments were undertaken at Stanford University to determine the thermal death time of the spores of Clostridium botulinum under conditions which may apply in the processing of preserved foods. It is proposed to publish the...
J. K., a man, aged 25, laborer, April 4, 1921, while employed on the construction of an ore dock, was struck by an iron rod about 20 feet long and 1½ inches in diameter, which fell from the work above him. It came down endwise, struck him in the middle of the left thigh, and passed down through...
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