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The Dangers of Psychanalysis
In his presidential address to the Medical Society of London, Lord Dawson described psychanalysis as an "exploratory operation on the mind," which, if it did not accomplish good, might be fraught with harm. The mind did not always heal by...
In a previous communication, one of us1 drew attention to the possible rôle of the variable ph of sodium citrate in the causation of untoward results in transfusion by the citrate method. We wish here to emphasize further our position in regard to the relation of the ph factor to...
In the enucleation of a prostate, the anesthetic requirements differ from those met in surgery in general. It has been shown by many observers that the urinary back pressure that we find in a considerable proportion of prostatic cases renders the kidneys especially susceptible to the...
In 1916, Ashford1 reported finding a monilia in cases of sprue in Porto Rico, distinct from Monilia albicans, which Bahr and others had previously reported as occurring in sprue. Ashford called this organism Monilia psilosis (Ashford). He considered it the specific cause of sprue when it...
[The letter of Dr. Gardner was referred to Dr. Emerson, who replies:]
To the Editor:
—Neither Dr. Brunet, who lived in Buffalo for six weeks during the investigation and made repeated observations of the operation of the dispensaries, nor I, by careful...
Economic Distress Among Physicians
If one reads in the foreign press the statements of foreigners who have led, for a short space of time, a luxurious life in the hotels and restaurants of Germany, it becomes at once clear why we note so frequently the view expressed...
July 1, 1922, the Bureau of Laboratories of the Michigan Department of Health added to its various diagnostic procedures the Kahn precipitation test for syphilis.1 Beginning with that date, physicians forwarding specimens for examination for the diagnosis of syphilis have been receiving...
The World War gave renewed prominence to tetanus as a menace to man. It served as a reminder of the peculiar behavior of Bacillus tetani, giving emphasis to the anaerobic character of this micro-organism. The almost universal distribution of the bacilli in nature has long been known,...
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