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The general principle that recurrent metastatic infections may result from chronic local infections seems well established, and the search for chronic hidden infections has become routine in the examination of patients, particularly those afflicted with arthritis and iritis. In many...
Housing Conditions as Affecting Children
An inquiry among the school children of Pankow, a suburb of Berlin, instituted at the suggestion of the American Friends Service Committee, has shown that only 24 per cent. of the children have a bed to themselves, as compared...
In spite of extensive clinical and experimental study, epilepsy still remains an unsolved problem. Only within comparatively recent times has it been realized that it is a symptom-complex that may be elicited by many causes, and is not a disease sui generis. Even the site of the nervous...
The Prevention of Venereal Disease
A committee appointed more than a year ago by the ministry of health to inquire into and report on the best medical measures for preventing venereal disease in civilian communities has presented an important report. The committee,...
The Criminal Liability of Trephined Persons
Prof. Jean Lépine, dean of the faculty of medicine of the University of Lyons, recently presented to the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences a communication on the subject of the criminal liability of persons who have...
Amebic dysentery, one of the more important diseases caused by protozoa, has not yet been put into the category of disorders for which a treatment that is both satisfactory and rational has been established. Emetin has long been known to have a toxic action on cultural amebas, and there...
Toxic symptoms arising after the use of cocain have been observed by practically all men with an extensive practice. Their frequent occurrence was recently emphasized by a report on anesthesia in nose and throat work.1 This report was prepared by a committee of the Section on...
Three years ago, Pagniez, Vallery-Radot and Nast1 published a report on the treatment of migraine by the intravenous injection of horse serum, later substituting peptone for the serum. At this time they advanced the view that the migraine seizure was an anaphylactic manifestation....
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