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The treatment of hypertension by salt restriction was advocated in 1904. There was some foundation for the doctrine in Widal's work on edema, but it was generally opposed except in France, where it found enthusiastic supporters. Allen's report,1 in 1920, revived the subject, but seemed...
The occurrence in three patients of fractured ribs following a cough, and the fact that none had been recognized by good clinicians, prompt the recording of these cases.
REPORT OF CASES
—Fracture of fourth and fifth left ribs. Mr. B., aged 34, with extensive pulmonary tuberculosis,...
Yolk of egg has frequently been employed in the diets of infants, and is brought forward here not as a new food, but rather as a therapeutic agent. Generally it has been resorted to with the purpose of increasing the percentage of fat or the caloric value of the food. Recently, De...
The name deep calcaneal bursa is selected in order to distinguish the bursa here described from the subcutaneous calcaneal bursa, and yet show the relation of the two bursae to each other.
While dissecting some knees under the supervision of Prof. Hans Virchow, more than twenty...
Vomiting, one of our protective reflexes, not infrequently requires treatment because of uselessness, excess, or a tendency to self-perpetuation.
Is there irritating material in the stomach? should be the first question in the treatment of...
The annual session of the American Medical Association in 1923 at San Francisco was a notable demonstration of the advance which medical science has made in the western part of the United States in the brief period since the Association met in the same place eight years ago. The...
June 8, 1923.
A Proposed Order of Physicians
What has been termed the "medical note-book scandal" has been creating considerable stir, of late, in the public press. For some time it has been the practice for physicians who attend ex-service men to record...
As compared with the first edition, this has been considerably revised and enlarged, as to both text and illustrations. The first part is devoted to roentgen-ray technic, particularly for oral work, and contains many valuable suggestions not only for the operator, but also for others who...
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