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At the request of our chairman of the section that I present to you the subject of antidiphtheric serum in ocular infection, based on my own observations and research, I naturally feared that so many contributions on this subject had already been presented in the literature, if not...
Until after the middle of the nineteenth century, the belief in the inheritance of acquired characters was widespread and was continually being forced on the attention of the medical profession. Presently the German biologist Weismann identified the chromatin material which constitutes...
Nasal hemorrhage, in most instances, is usually controlled without great effort if the bleeding is not marked. On the contrary, violent bleeding or a steady, consistent ooze sometimes taxes the resources of the physician and persists in spite of the use of all available remedies.
Acute pancreatitis is one of the most fulminating abdominal diseases with which we have to deal. It is one that demands diagnostic acumen, and, with very few exceptions, surgery is the treatment of choice. The most characteristic symptoms are severe, persistent pain in the midepigastrium...
Physicians and the Health Insurance Societies
The negotiations in the federal ministry of labor, Dec. 21, 1923, to which I referred in my letter last week, seem to be paving the way to an understanding. As impartial members of the federal committee for the...
The Principles of Vital Statistics. By I. S. Falk, Ph.D., Department of Public Health, Yale University. Cloth. Price, $2.50, net. Pp. 258, with 29 illustrations. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1923.
Probably no scientific literature is more subject to mismanipulation of...
This booklet, including a price list, represents an attempt on the part of a pharmacal manufacturing firm to arouse interest in Ayurved, or the Aryan Medical Science, in part by appeal to national Hindu pride and prejudice. "The Hindu physicians were far advanced and were unrivalled in...
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
Removal of Quarantine Station...
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