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It is rather surprising that the study of fungi has received comparatively little attention, although the early demonstration of micro-organisms as the etiologic factor of disease was the discovery of a fungus by Schoenlein in 1839, in a case of favus. Even today, the occurrence of...
To the Editor:
—May I refer to the correspondence between Dr. Zingher and myself, begun with his letter in The Journal, April 7, p. 1023, criticizing my article in The Journal, March 17, 1923, p. 748? I had thought that the matter was closed with my answer (The...
Experiences with Insulin
Insulin, which, starting with the University of Toronto, Canada, has quickly made a name for itself throughout the world, has been tested for some time in Germany, as mentioned briefly in my preceding letter. Until recently, no reports of the...
The important investigations of Krogh and his assistants concerning capillaries were embodied in the Yale Silliman lectures of 1922. The lectures are now available in this very presentable volume, a welcome addition to the library of the anatomist, physiologist and biologist. Krogh...
The youth with open mouth catching flies may have a serious as well as humorous aspect. The average layman rarely has more inconvenience than a revulsion of feeling if an insect happens to fly into the mouth. Occasionally insects are aspirated or swallowed, but they seldom cause distress....
The last compilation of cases of actinomycosis in America was published by Erving1 in 1902, who reported 100 cases, including the cases in Ruhräh's2 very complete study, made in 1899. In 1921 I presented, with Magath,3 before the Minnesota State Medical Association, a review of 119...
This is one of the most thorough and complete treatises on the blood that have appeared. It deals especially with the formed elements in the blood under normal as well as pathologic conditions, and covers also the structure and functions of the marrow, the spleen, the thymus and the...
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