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Authoritative figures indicate that Ascaris lumbricoides has a wider geographic distribution and infests a larger number of people than any other known intestinal parasite. And since the worm in both its larval and adult stages is actively migratory, it is not surprising that...
This little essay is a brief survey of public health development with an eye always on the status and significance of present achievement. The style is clear and interesting, and at times rises to eloquence. The origins of the public health movement have probably never been better set...
The characteristic voice of myxedema, which the clinician has for a long time recognized as a feature of the clinical picture of that disease, has aroused but little interest on the part of the laryngologist. It may be because the laryngologic phase of the disease ordinarily does not predominate...
THE ANNUAL SESSION
The Scientific Exhibit
The committee on Scientific Exhibit of the Board of Trustees has appointed, as members of the Advisory Committee, Scientific Exhibit, Drs. George Blumer, New Haven, Conn.; George Dock, Pasadena,...
Extra-uterine pregnancy at full term is a somewhat rare condition. Reliable statistics report something less than 200 cases in medical literature, of which about thirty patients were operated on and a living child delivered. Although about 1 per cent. of all pregnancies are extra-uterine, the...
This report is concerned entirely with fractures in children, occurring through or just above the lower epiphysis of the humerus. The treatment suggested and the results mentioned have no bearing, whatever, on any other type of fracture in the neighborhood of the elbow. Mention only is...
Cystinuria has long been recognized as a rare, peculiar anomaly of metabolism which ordinarily produces no noteworthy disturbance in the person involved unless it leads to calculi in the urinary tract. In fact, the only recognized symptoms of cystinuria are those of renal stone. The...
This small book, published in England, is a practical work on the subject it discusses. It is written in plain, understandable language with a modern point of view, and the author has certainly been guided by good judgment as to what constitutes general medical opinion. The book contains...
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