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The case here reported is of unusual interest on account of the rarity of the pathologic condition. In a search of the literature we were unable to find any other case in which a fecal impaction starting in a Meckel's diverticulum had resulted in an intestinal obstruction. Numerous cases...
—In the letter by Dr. Oliver T. Osborne, The Journal, January 13, page 127, the first sentence should read "It should not be suggested," the word "not" having been omitted.
Although the literature on the etiology of appendicitis abounds in the names of American physicians who have contributed to an understanding of the disease, one aspect has of late received its chief emphasis from abroad. There foreign materials are believed to play a larger part in the...
The etiologic relationship between diphtheria and the diphtheria bacillus has been established beyond cavil. It may seem a platitude to assert that the disease known as human diphtheria is the reaction of the body to the toxin of the diphtheria bacillus. The unfortunate annual succession...
This book contains chapters on pharmacology and toxicology, physiologic considerations of respiration, deprivation of oxygen and asphyxia, the mechanism of the absorption and elimination of chloroform, the dosage of chloroform, death under chloroform, the administration of chloroform,...
During the year 1922, forty-one cases of yellow fever were reported in Mexico, as compared with 115 in 1921 and 505 in 1920. Besides the decrease in the number of cases reported, which, of course, does not represent the full number of cases, the decrease...
Institute of Hygiene
Dr. Pavel Kucera, formerly professor of hygiene at the universities of Cracow and Brno, delivered a lecture on the organization of the institute of hygiene before the medical society in Prague, December 11. Professor Kucera was designated...
It will be recalled that two types of pentosuria1 exist: (1) the alimentary type, characterized by the presence of optically active xylose or arabinose in the urine, which follows the ingestion of large amounts of pentose-containing foods2 such as apples, cherries, plums, beets and leguminous...
To the Editor:
—The first article in the series on "The Care and Feeding of Infants" was read with much interest. I am located in the hill country of Texas, to which section many infants are sent, especially during the hot summer months. Several years ago my...
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