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This compact little book contains a wealth of information, not only along the lines of nursing but also along those of the operative and nonoperative treatment of diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. The first section deals with the germ theory of diseases, antiseptics,...
At the request of his pupils, the author, a professor in the Porto Alegre, Brazil, Medical School, has compiled some of the lectures on clinical medicine given by him during the last two years. Dr. Annes Dias follows the accepted methods in the analysis of cases. A number of...
Oct. 16, 1758, there was born, in the best front room of a farmhouse, in the primitive farming village of West Hartford, Conn., a male infant destined to play a very important part in the intellectual development of "these United States of America." Noah Webster is known today, by name,...
This case is reported because it appears to be the first case in the literature in which this accessory bone was implicated in a traumatism of the foot.
REPORT OF CASE
J. J. Mc., aged 30, an electrician, sprained his right ankle in April, 1921. I saw him...
The Centenary of Agrégés in Medicine
Instruction in our medical schools is given by "professeurs," a title which, when strictly used, always signifies incumbency of a definitely established professorial chair; or by assistant professors, designated as "agrégés," who...
This monograph in a brief way considers the entire subject of diseases of the thyroid from etiology to treatment. The first chapter, on etiology and pathogenesis, while brief from the standpoint of the mass of literature on the subject, is nevertheless an intelligent summary. In the...
The authors consider briefly the problems of securing and maintaining correct posture while standing, sitting and walking. The book contains numerous illustrations and tables of progressive exercises for use in achieving the objects sought.
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this DEPARTMENT items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
John A. Andrew Clinical Society....
This book contains directions for performing some of the fundamental experiments in physiology, especially experiments on muscle and nerve, and the heart (frog). The experiments outlined on mammals are fewer than are usually given in the physiology courses in the better medical schools...
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