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The recent article by Dr. Epstein1 on a simple nonoperative method of treating gastric ulcer calls to mind a procedure which I have found of value, and which also has as a basis the use of two duodenal tubes. Although, as yet, I have not resorted to lavage and siphonage by means of the tubes...
This is the third volume of a handbook dealing with the application of electricity to medical work and with the physics of roentgen rays. In the introductory pages an outline is given of the modern conceptions of the fundamental electric theories, restricted to the points that are...
During 1922, the deaths of 2,513 physicians in the United States were recorded in The Journal. Adding 3 per cent. to this number on account of delayed reports and possible omissions, we estimate the total number of deaths as 2,588. On an estimate of 146,000 physicians in the United...
Medical science is something more than a reconstructive force that heals the sick; it has become prophylactic in the broadest sense. The medical profession must watch the public health and protect it against unexpected attack or other avertible disaster; it must also teach the nation how...
All infants, during the first months of life, should receive fresh, clean milk in their diet. In most instances, a sufficient supply can be obtained from only two sources: (1) breast milk from the mother or a wetnurse; (2) cow's milk from a properly managed dairy....
The infrequency of this form of cystitis, and the unusual etiology of the cases in question, are the reasons for this report.
REPORT OF CASES
—Miss L. P., aged 30, a milliner, was referred to me, March 9, 1917, on account of intermittent frequent, painful, burning urination present...
In The Journal, December 30, p. 2251, in the abstract entitled "Infant Feeding and Infant Mortality" the last two lines should read: The ratio is much higher (6.3) in the group with earnings under $550 than in the group with earnings of $1,250 and over (4.1).
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