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The effects of alcohol on the organism have for a long time been a matter of pathologic and anatomic study. Comparatively little work has been done on the chemical changes that occur. The early chemical changes are the stepping stones to the gross changes in the brain and other tissues...
This consists of three chapters summarizing largely previous investigations concerning: variations in the composition and structure of the enamel and the relationship of these variations to caries; the production of artificial caries (historical), and arrested caries of the teeth. The...
Auricular fibrillation in man has generally been considered a result of myocardial damage.1 Observations in many cases by many observers make it appear that heart function may not be seriously impaired by this rhythm. Whether this abnormal cardiac rhythm, resulting from profound...
To the Editor:
—In employing a new test for proteins in urine, advocated and described by Exton (The Journal, Feb. 24, 1923, p. 529), my attention was attracted, while adding a specimen of urine to an equal volume of the sulphosalicylic acid solution in a test tube,...
To the Editor:
—I have been much interested in the article appearing in a recent issue (July 28) of The Journal on the case of carcinoma of the stomach treated by the Abrams method. It is almost exactly a parallel of a case that occurred in Erie a few months ago. The...
My purpose in this paper is to offer a brief statistical analysis and to touch on some of the features of general interest.
The Bellevue neurologic service, which is under the control of the Cornell Medical School, is distinct from the psychiatric service, and has, at present,...
About seven years ago I sutured successfully a stab wound which opened into the left ventricle of the heart.1 The patient is alive and well today.
REPORT OF RECENT FATAL CASE
—At 2:30 p. m., May 20, 1923, a well developed negro, aged 33, was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital. He had...
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