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The accumulating experience in the use of milks soured by the action of lactic acid-producing organisms illustrates the unwisdom of accepting indirect inference in place of convincing observation and experiment in the applications of science to practice. At the outset it may be frankly...
With the notable increase in the number of new drugs, many of them representing synthetic chemical compounds developed in the laboratories of various countries, have come manifestations of unusual or unexpected reactions produced by them in exceptional cases in the human organism. Thus,...
—In the article by Parmenter and Gray (The Journal, Dec. 23, 1922, p. 2159), the first half of the sixth paragraph should have read:
"Is the weight correlated with the girth as closely at expiration as at the calculated midrespiratory phase used in all our previous papers?...
Surgeon Sued for Operating Without Patient's Consent
Owing to the great interest and importance of the case referred to briefly in The Journal, Dec. 30, 1922, p. 2243, a more complete account, taken from the South African Medical Record, which has just come to hand,...
The origin of the belief of mankind in the efficacy of drugs in the treatment of disease is a most interesting subject for speculation. The use of drugs antedates written accounts. Certainly the most primitive people on the earth today employ drugs as curative agents, and the earliest...
In this case Ascaris lumbricoides caused an obstruction of the small intestine, necessitating resection.
Miss R., aged 36, referred by Dr. Mouldon Smith of Ardmore, Tenn., was admitted to the Benevolent Society Hospital at Albany, Ala., Nov. 6, 1922, with intense pain in the abdomen, in the...
A dozen years ago, dilation and curettage was probably the most frequently performed gynecologic operation. This held true for the most prominent clinics as well as for less well known operating rooms. Not only was this a usual operation, but the reason assigned for scraping the uterus...
The injection of a foreign protein into an animal produces severe, perhaps fatal, intoxication in many instances. With some proteins this natural toxicity is very marked: fresh bovine and human serum are quite toxic to guinea-pigs. It has been asserted that by injecting a pig with the...
This note refers to those anilin dyes which may be used for coloring specimens prepared by the celluloid injection method.
In a study of the anatomic relations of the salivary glands, it became of interest to inject simultaneously the gland substance through the excretory duct, and the arterial...
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