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The lessons contained in the fifth series are so numerous and so interesting that properly to appreciate them requires much more experience with their subject matter than most American reviewers possess. The book reads somewhat like a romance, and even when the matter seems strangest it...
Within a period of two months, two patients with leishmaniasis, one with kala-azar and one with oriental sore, were admitted to the Children's Clinic of the Stanford Medical School. While kala-azar is of extreme rarity in the western hemisphere, one case having been previously reported...
To the Editor:
—Within the last few years there have come to my attention cases of sterility caused by handling radium. Nearly all the patients were young and healthy, and attracted by the steady salary promised, without much knowledge as to the action of radium on...
To the Editor:
—I have read with considerable interest (The Journal, Dec. 23, 1922, p. 2129) the report by Fitz and Aldrich on chemical and physical examinations of bile removed at operation from gallbladders in a series of known gallbladder conditions. According to...
Serotherapy and Chemotherapy in Puerperal Fever
Professor Bumm, director of the Berlin Universitätsfrauenklinik, at a recent meeting of the Berlin Medizinische Gesellschaft discussed his treatment of puerperal fever by means of a streptococcus serum and...
Our aim was to implant Bacillus acidophilus in the intestine and, while maintaining it as the predominant intestinal organism, to determine what changes, if any, were noted clinically. To ascertain the bacteriologic facts, we examined the feces of every patient before treatment and then...
(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.)
County Health Units.
This self-retaining instrument is presented in the interest of direct exposure of the rhinopharynx during operative procedure.
In the center of the upper member of the Jenning mouth gag there is attached a downwardly projecting pin about one-fourth inch long, mounted on a narrow plate brazed...
A child, aged 8 months old, who was given a can of zinc stearate talcum to play with, was heard to cough, drawing the mother's attention. Talcum was found on the child's face and in its mouth. The mother washed out what she could, and then called me. I arrived in a few minutes, Nov. 18, 1922,...
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