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The Campaign Against the Nostrum Evil
In view of the fact that considerable interest is taken in the United States as well in the fight against nostrums and a certain class of proprietaries, it may be of interest to your readers to learn what measures are being...
Broncholithiasis is described in the literature under various designations. It has been called pulmonary lithiasis, and the concretions which are its characteristic product are referred to as lung calculi, pneumoliths, lung stones and broncholiths. The clinical manifestations...
When the etiology of a disease is uncertain, the treatment of that disease is bound to be in question. So it is that pyloric stenosis has had different forms of treatment advocated for its cure, depending on the point of view held at the time.
Recently medical treatment alone was...
This, the thirty-second part of a large work on internal medicine, covers the subject excellently, and is up to date. Those who have had trouble in correlating the signs of cerebellar disease and in fully grasping the Bárány tests will find the numerous diagrams helpful. The volume...
The authors have limited the scope of their work to the needs of the sick infant. They describe minutely the dietetic and therapeutic measures indicated in the many minor and major pathologic conditions distinctive of infancy. The book is written in three parts. Part One, which is...
The group plan for the description, discussion and recording of cases of congenital cleft of the lip and palate has recently received considerable attention from those especially interested in the subject; but we believe that it is of so much importance that it should be advocated more...
The present movement for the care and education of crippled children in Ohio had its beginning six years ago in a very small way in one clinic. A recently formed Rotary Club was looking for some worthwhile work, and its attention was drawn to a particularly sad cripple with prenatal...
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