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To call this vast accumulation of medical data and information a handbook is in the nature of an anomaly. Within its eight stately volumes are included nearly 4,000 articles, contributed by 445 contributors. There are more than 5,000 small illustrations and some sixty-four full page...
The Milk Consumed in Paris
The veterinary inspection service of Paris and the department of the Seine has just published a report on the milk consumed in Paris. The first point worthy of note is the frequency of tuberculosis in milch cows. Of 15,637 milch cows...
The dilemma which confronts us today in any consideration of medical education is two horned. On the one hand we have the vast and ever-increasing fund of information that must be given to the student, and on the other, the shortness of the allotted time in which to give it to him....
To the Editor:
—The illustrations in Dr. Lambert's paper on Oriental Sore (The Journal, April 7, p. 986) show very well the location of the lesions on the back of the elbow and ankle in certain types of the sore. Curiously, these are the favorite sites of the bites...
In the last few years there has been among medical educators much discussion of the necessity or, at least, the desirability of revising the medical curriculum. During the last year I have made this matter the subject of a special study, and shall present the result briefly.
About a year ago it was necessary to have my sphenoid and ethmoidal cells opened and drained. In order to obtain a good view of these cells, it was necessary to remove a large eburnated mass of bone, which had resulted from a fracture many years ago. After the mucous membrane had been stripped...
Tuberculosis of the tonsils and adenoids occupies an anomalous position in oral surgery, as this lesion is not recognizable clinically, and is seldom even suspected until the tissues have been sectioned by the pathologist.
There are two conditions in which the tonsils are...
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