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To the Editor:
—I have read with interest the report of Drs. W. C. and A. A. Nichols in The Journal, March 24, p. 843. It seems to me that this, while seemingly an authentic case of a second infection, is merely a recurrence of the first infection. The lesion that...
To the Editor:
—In the case report by Drs. W. C. and A. A. Nichols, I take it, from the authors' conception of this case, that the patient, not having had sufficient treatment in the first year, developed the second initial lesion, because he still harbored the virus...
This is, on the whole, an exceptionally practical book. It covers completely the question of prenatal care and the care of the infant during the first few weeks. The book is fully illustrated, but it is open to the objection that some of the illustrations are technical, and will merely...
In two recent communications,1 one of us (F. P. G.) gave evidence for the belief that infections with a given strain of hemolytic streptococcus in different areas of the body may be more efficiently prevented by previous immunization of that particular area rather than other parts of the...
Increased Incidence of Suicide
The increased incidence of suicide in the nineteenth century is explained by Bratz in the Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift as due to the fact that the sense of oneness with the family and native land has become obscured. He maintains...
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