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To the Editor:
—While traveling this summer I met a number of physicians, with whom I discussed the necessity or desirability of one or more homes for physicians who are without any financial means and too old or disabled to help themselves. Most physicians are not...
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—From personal experience, I wish to warn both the microscope user and the microscope manufacturer of the danger of the projecting corrugated rim of the ordinary microscopic eyepiece as an agent for producing an epithelioma in the region of the orbit....
During the first week of July, 1923, Dr. Maude M. Kelly reported to the State Board of Health of Virginia that in Hanover County she had seen a number of persons who had recently suffered from an illness characterized by an acute onset with epigastric pain, but which did not give the...
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—I was much interested in the editorial "Progress With Insulin" (The Journal, August 4, p. 397). I found an insulin-like substance in yeasts (Saccharomyces ellipsoideus and cerevisiae) and in some green corn stalks, and reported my findings in a...
Clinicians have frequently observed that patients with a passive congestion in the lung due either to a heart condition, or resulting from a pulmonary condition, rarely develop clinical evidences of tuberculosis. A recent exposition of this view was put forward by Sewall,1 who described...
Evidence is accumulating that pulmonary gangrene may be caused by spirochetes and fusiform bacilli aspirated from an unclean mouth, and that it may be prevented by proper oral hygienic measures. Furthermore, when the condition is once established, diagnosis can be made early by finding...
The discovery of insulin, and the widespread interest in the phenomena with which it may be concerned have centered interest to an unusual degree on the rôle of the pancreas in carbohydrate metabolism. Before the publication of the researches of the Toronto group of investigators...
Protection against diphtheria needs not only the activity of an efficient health board in each community, but also the assistance of the private and dispensary physician; for it is from him that advice is sought. It is with the hope of creating more active general interest in this...
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