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The Gullstrand slit lamp, combined with the corneal microscope, has made it possible for us to study the lens in more minute detail than ever before. The normal and pathologic changes in capsule and cortex heretofore difficult of examination are now more easily interpreted....
To the Editor:
—With reference to the note on this subject in The Journal, January 19, it will be found easier and far more effective than gauze packing simply to place two or more Bernay's sponge splints inside the previously lubricated finger cot, which is then...
At the last session of the rhinolaryngologic society in Prague, Prof. J. Císler communicated his recent investigations on the prevalence of rhinoscleroma in the Czechoslovak Republic. In 1919 a study of this comparatively rare malady was undertaken by...
The Inquiry Into the Panel Physicians' Fee
The court of inquiry appointed by the minister of health to report what should be the amount of the annual capitation fee for an insured person under the Insurance Act has been opened. Printed cases were submitted by the...
The recent article of Duke1 on Ménière's syndrome caused by allergy prompts me to report another possible cause of this syndrome in the use of radium near the ears:
REPORT OF CASE
Miss S., aged 62, entered Hartford Hospital, Sept. 25, 1923, because of hyperthyroidism, and was given an...
Elsewhere in this issue,1The Journal publishes its annual summary of typhoid death rates in the larger American cities. It is evident from the figures there given that the period of rapid reduction in this disease, which began about 1910 and lasted to about 1919, is now at an end. For...
For some years, efforts have been made to secure a multiple stethoscope for use in teaching classes of medical students. An instrument for the subdivision of the sounds from a single large chest piece into a number of rubber tubes leading to the usual stethoscope headpieces has been used by...
During the war it was demonstrated experimentally and clinically that the closed method of treating acute empyema was a simple, expedient and satisfactory method. This fact had been annunciated before, and has been since. The majority of surgeons, however, still adhere to the open...
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