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From time to time efforts have been made to overcome the disadvantages of the ordinary type of leather-tipped piston syringe. The disadvantages are well known, especially on account of the difficulty of sterilizing and the impossibility of keeping the plunger continuously tight. Other...
The authors state that minor surgery has advanced very rapidly in the past decade. This is due, according to them, to the industrial clinic, workers' compensation insurance, the use of local anesthesia, and the realization of economic and deforming complications, resulting from poorly...
—The word "microns" in the abstract "Bactericidal Action of Ultraviolet Light" (The Journal, March 10, 1923, p. 723) should have been "millimicrons" in both instances.
The Census of London
The third volume of the census report of 1921, dealing with London, has been published. The total population enumerated as in the "administrative county" was 4,484,523. At the first census, taken in 1801, the population of the same area numbered...
Exophthalmic goiter has long offered a problem of serious import to the clinician, since it causes much immediate distress to the patient and presents uncertainties of prognosis in most cases. Until recently, errors in diagnosis were frequent, for few clearly defined aids to clinical...
These three cases are typical of a certain group seen at St. Elizabeth's Hospital during the summer and early fall months of each year.
REPORT OF CASES
—W. F. S., a man, aged 28, physician, admitted, Sept. 5, 1922, had...
To the Editor:
—The quotation in The Journal (March 17, p. 764), mentioning the white mountain goat as intelligent reminds me that the caretaker of a small herd at an amusement park called his dog to drive them from another dog that they were annoying. The herd ran...
Campaign Against Tuberculosis
The ministry of railroads is undertaking an intensive campaign for the eradication of tuberculosis among its employees. A report was recently published of a tuberculosis survey carried out among the railroad employees in Ruthenia, which...
As in so many other instances in which each of two conflicting interpretations of a phenomenon were eventually shown to be in part correct, so the early problem concerning the endocrines: Do they act by putting something into the blood (internal secretion) or by taking something out...
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