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In July, 1923, McClure and Aldrich 1 published a preliminary report of their observations on the time required for disappearance of intradermally injected salt solution. They determined that:
If 0.2 c.c. of an 0.8 per cent. aqueous solution of sodium chlorid is injected...
The Delbet splint for fractures of the ankle and lower part of the leg is very efficient, but has the disadvantage of being rather uncertain in setting, in the hands of many users. This is enough of a handicap to prevent its being used to any degree outside of hospital practice.
In order to...
In presenting this report on primary syphilis of the anorectal region, we are constrained to mention the fact that proctology seems to be the one outstanding field wherein the charlatan still prospers. This situation is directly due to the distressing lack of systematic and comprehensive...
Egypt has four diseases that incapacitate and cause the death of a high percentage of the population: bilharziasis, ancylostomiasis, ophthalmia and pellagra. Ancylostomiasis is endemic in Egypt. A similar disease was depicted by the ancient Egyptians, but ancylostoma worms were first...
In this paper I present the end-results, as far as are known, of forty-seven cases of fracture of the head and neck of the radius. These fractures were for the most part simple fractures of the head and neck, or some part of them. Some were comminuted fractures of the head, with and...
Intratracheal Injections of Lipiodol in Roentgenologic Diagnosis of Respiratory Affections
In a recent article, Sergent and Cottenot have given their opinion on the merits and the drawbacks of the roentgenologic examination of the bronchi following injections of...
Although the cause and nature of hypertension are still unknown, certain groups of cases have been differentiated from the general mass of those with high blood pressure, and certain clinical associations have been established. Thus, it is generally accepted that patients with...
The last decade is likely to become notable in the history of the medical sciences because of its contributions to the science of nutrition. These have been notable, first, in the extension of our knowledge of vitamins, and, secondly, because of the analysis of the actions of light on...
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