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This book is advanced by its publisher as a fair and unprejudiced presentation of truths; and, in his introduction, the author states promptly that he favors the golden middle course so far as relates to the use of alcohol. Dr. Vecki devotes separate chapters to the good and bad sides of...
In 1921, Kline1 reported three cases of spirochetal pulmonary gangrene occurring in Montefiore Hospital, and referred to seventeen other cases he was able to find reported in the literature. In 1923, he2 reported four additional cases from Cleveland, making a total of twenty-four cases at that...
Physicians and Health Insurance Societies
In negotiations between health insurance societies and physicians, in which the federal committee was mediator, January 17, it was decided to issue an emergency decree concerning the regulation of committees of control of the...
The use of rabbits for the experimental study of the virus of epidemic (lethargic) encephalitis and allied conditions has been instrumental in directing attention to peculiar brain lesions, which were first noted in these animals by Bull1 in 1917 and by Oliver2 in 1922. These lesions are...
The administration of a workmen's compensation law is dependent, in no small measure, on the integrity of the medical examiner, and requires not only sound medical knowledge but also an intimate acquaintance with human psychology. An accident in the course of employment is quickly...
The Panel Court of Inquiry: Favorable Result for the Physicians
The court of inquiry appointed by the ministry of health to consider the remuneration to be paid to panel physicians has concluded. A capitation fee of about $2.75 is claimed by the British Medical...
When benzoic acid or its salts are ingested, they are excreted again by the kidney in combination with the amino-acid glycin (glycocoll), being eliminated in the form of the familiar urinary constituent hippuric acid or benzoyl glycin. Within recent years a test for renal function has...
The methods outlined in this book are dependent on the researches of Folin and Wu, Denis, Lewis, Benedict, Van Slyke, Bloor, Myers, Bailey, Whitehorn, Rieger and others. While the original technic of these workers is rather closely followed, in some cases the procedures "have been...
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