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In 1847, Virchow observed in old, shed blood the presence of a substance, crystalline in form, much like bilirubin, which, like bilirubin, gave the Gmelin reaction. He called this substance hematoidin. Subsequent investigations (Jaffe, Hoppe-Seyler, Salkowsky, Eppinger) have shown the...
Less than a decade has elapsed since Goldberger and his associates began their studies of pellagra in this country. The developments of these investigations furnish an illustration of how significant knowledge of the etiology of disease may be for its proper management. If pellagra was...
This large volume leaves the reviewer sadly depressed and emotionally fatigued. Almost all the "good" things to which he has been accustomed and which have been of especial service in preparation for the study hour are put under the ban: his dinner was all wrong, he had soup, meat,...
It appears that the school child is not the only human being that may often advantageously receive supplementary lunches.1 As is well known, there is, as a rule, a loss of body weight rather than a gain during the first few days of postnatal life. The extent of the decrease varies...
To the Editor:
—Many of your readers know that the writer, at the request of government officials, recently donated his Ophthalmic Museum to the Army Medical Museum, Seventh and B streets S.W., Washington, D. C.,
The donor wishes to secure data concerning a...
During the years preceding the World War, I was strangely impressed by the fact that there were two schools of prostatectomists. One contended that the only proper way to remove the gland was suprapubically; the other insisted that the perineal was the exclusive route, and practically...
In 1923, we succeeded in producing experimental scarlet fever with an apparently pure culture of a hemolytic streptococcus isolated from a case of scarlet fever.1 The Berkefeld V filtrate of this culture did not produce scarlet fever in a person who later developed the disease on...
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