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The exhaust gas of automobiles is extremely poisonous. Even when entirely odorless, colorless and free from soot, it is much more poisonous than any ordinary form of smoke. This fact is well established, and in recent years has been widely published both in scientific journals and in...
One of the most important otologic problems today is the prevention of aural infections which have resulted from the tremendous increase in popularity of the public bathing places, and which can be attributed directly to the sports of swimming and diving. A survey of the literature shows...
Controversy Between Alienists and Neurologists
An annual congress of psychiatrists has been held in France since 1890. In the beginning it was called Congrès de médecine mentale. But, in 1894, the neurologists, more particularly, Professor Brissaud, requested that...
To the Editor:
—In the Cincinnati Lancet-Clinic, Dec. 23, 1911, I reported the case of an appendix similar to the one reported by Dr. Willour in The Journal, July 21, and in addition referred to another case taken from the Australasian Medical Gazette, July 20, 1911,...
Shortly after the discovery of insulin in extracts of the degenerated pancreas of the dog, Banting and Best1 extracted other tissues by the same procedure as that used for the pancreas. Extracts of the liver, spleen, thymus and thyroid glands were prepared. The administration of the...
For three or four years there has been considerable discussion among pediatricians, some of it in the columns of The Journal,1 regarding the system of feeding that was formulated during the World War by the Viennese clinician Pirquet. Impelled by an ardent desire to simplify the technic...
The British Empire Leprosy Association
At a meeting held at the foreign office, under the presidency of Lord Chelmsford, it has been decided to form a British Empire Leprosy Association. The movement owes its initiation to Sir Leonard Rogers, whose discoveries in the...
In his report on an outbreak of jaundice which occurred at Halifax Court House, Va., in 1857-1858, Faulkner 1 stated that the disease occurred in Norfolk, Va., during the War of 1812. This is the first record of its occurrence in the United States, and no further outbreak is recorded...
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