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The Kahn test was made on 1,000 patients in the Wassermann Laboratory of the Washington University School of Medicine. With the close cooperation between the laboratory and the clinic, we had most favorable conditions for an investigation of the test.
Our procedure was to select...
This edition has been condensed from the former two volumes to one, to great advantage. From the slight incoordination that exists in various chapters, it can be seen that the work is a compilation of the lectures delivered by Römer, and later amplified. The colored illustrations are for...
This convenient little pocket manual gives practical details of the technic and interpretation of various laboratory tests applied to the body fluids in mental and nervous diseases. The technic is given in admirably concise and exact form, and should prove of great value to laboratory...
This is the work of a clinician and student of clinical medicine, not that of a profound student of the purer sciences, such as physics and chemistry, or of the science of metabolism that is based on calorimetry. The author is a clinician and a shrewd observer. He has seen many diabetic...
To the Editor:
—In looking over The Journal of July 14, I find a little item about "Nuxated Iron" in which the statement is made that the nostrum contains very little iron and a negligible quantity of "nux." A few days ago I was called to see a boy about 2½ years old...
The aim of the author has been to incorporate in this single volume the best of the more recent knowledge, e. g., that pertaining to the abnormal cardiac rhythms, together with the older knowledge that experience has shown to be of real worth. He has succeeded fairly well, perhaps as...
The degree of infectivity of the common cold has never been definitely ascertained. Indeed, the share of any outside infecting agent as a determining factor has often been questioned, and stress laid instead on temporary lowering of resistance, protein sensitization and similar factors....
The automatic character of a number of the bodily functions is often pointed out as a strikingly unique feature of the human mechanism. Foremost in this respect are the respiratory movements and the beating of the heart. Given a suitable nutrient medium well supplied with oxygen, the...
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