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There is need of a simple and painless method of depicting the urinary tract, bladder, kidneys and ureters. By the use of catheters and various opaque mediums, success has been attained so far as the bladder, ureters and pelves of the kidney are concerned. Cystography and urography,...
It is unusual for growths involving the head of the pancreas to produce obstruction to both the common bile duct and the duodenum to such a degree that, if benefit is to be derived from an operation, it will be necessary to drain the stomach as well as the biliary passages. For this...
To the Editor:
—The prevention of the initial loss of weight during the first week of extra-uterine life by the administration of sugar solution has been mentioned by the writer of the valuable series of papers on the care and feeding of infants (The Journal, January...
The war and its sequels has delayed the appearance of the fourth edition of this standard work, and we have as yet only the first part of the first volume. Of this, a considerable portion is given over to general considerations, especially to methods of investigation. Only the...
This device was designed to simplify the "nutrition" calculations in which deviations from average weights of children are expressed in terms of percentages of such averages. Although the slide rule may seem formidable at first glance, practice with a few examples will disclose the ease and...
Newspapers throughout the United States have carried announcements of the discovery at the Rockefeller Institute of an organism, called Bacterium pneumosintes, which it was stated had been shown to be the causative agent of epidemic influenza. The announcement received first page...
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