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The Meltzer-Lyon test for disease of the biliary tract has aroused a renewed interest in the motor mechanism of the gallbladder. Despite the large amount of research devoted to it, this phase of the physiology of the gallbladder remains quite obscure. I was convinced of this during some...
Chronic hemolytic jaundice with splenomegaly is a condition of obscure etiology. The disease has been ascribed by Widal to a congenital condition of the red blood corpuscles, which are destroyed in the circulation and their products taken up by the spleen with resulting splenomegaly....
Polychrome methylene blue is successfully used at the Mayo Clinic,1 Johns Hopkins University,2 Vanderbilt University,3 and other places to diagnose malignancy quickly under the microscope. When good sections through the malignant area are obtained, the diagnosis is usually easy. There remains...
It is often desirable to obtain fractions in the filtration of a bacterial culture or other material. The apparatus described and illustrated here has been found very satisfactory for this sort of work, and has the advantage that it involves no costly material or unusual technic.
The Mandler or...
Those familiar with the previous editions of this book will welcome the new edition, in which the work has, indeed, been "thoroughly revised." The chief differences between the present and previous editions will be found in connection with exercise as a test, and in the treatment of...
German Surgical Congress
To continue the report on the forty-seventh annual meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie: (See Berlin letter, The Journal, June 9, 1923, p. 1708).
Professor Kümmell, who is recognized as one of the foremost German...
Postoperative Complications—Rupture of Colon Following Injection of Pituitary Extract
Recasens, professor of gynecology and dean of the Madrid medical school, has presented to the Royal Academy of Medicine an interesting paper on "Complications Following Gynecologic...
Students of the physiology of nutrition have been assiduously engaged during much of the last decade in securing facts with respect to the rôle of the vitamins. Varied manifestations of so-called avitaminosis have been recognized, and in several types the probable interrelations of cause...
I wish first to touch on the injection of paraffin, a substance which, while not an oil, has a similar pathologic significance, besides being closely related chemically to liquid petrolatum. Furthermore, the more recent findings in connection with liquid petrolatum injections throw a...
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