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This is the official report on renal examination methods submitted to the National Medical Congress held in Madrid in 1919. The different methods are described briefly but thoroughly, with their technic, results and drawbacks. The examining methods are classified into (1) direct:...
A successful campaign in the interest of public health must be based on something more than a knowledge of the mode of transmission of communicable disease. This, without doubt, is one of the foremost considerations in any program for the promotion of the public health, as it also is in...
The evidence now available abundantly demonstrates that pellagra is a manifestation of dietary deficiency. Exactly what dietary factor or factors are concerned, however, is not so clear, although the indications have for some time increasingly pointed to the protein,1 that is, to some...
—In The Journal for November 4 appeared a case report with the heading "Intra-Abdominal Hemorrhage from Stomach Due to Osteopathic Treatment." Our attention has been called by several osteopathists to the fact that in the body of the article it is stated that the treatments administered...
—A letter from Dr. McCullagh, New York, states that he was not the recipient of the distinguished service cross as announced in The Journal, December 9, but was awarded the distinguished service medal.
This, as the title indicates, is a small book of cheerful and scientifically correct advice to those who find themselves infected with the bacillus of tuberculosis. Six years ago the author found himself in this class, and he has made a courageous and, we hope, successful effort to fight...
The discussions of symptomatology and pathology that open the chapters in this book are too simple to interest physicians, and too brief to inform nurses. Vitamins, for example, are not included among the food substances required by the body, although protein, carbohydrate, fats, salts...
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