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A review of the literature reveals that comparatively little has been written in English on the important subject of rupture of muscles and tendons. It is barely mentioned in American or English textbooks on surgery. A number of lengthy articles with complete case reports are to be found...
To the Editor:
—The Journal, May 16, contains an article on tetra-ethyl lead by Hamilton, Reznikoff and Burnham. I wish to call your attention to a misstatement of fact occurring three times in this article.
In the first paragraph on page 1481 it is stated...
During the last two years we have seen several patients who showed high values for blood sugar but nevertheless had no sugar in the urine. Since all these patients were receiving insulin and were, with one exception, young, this finding seemed of interest and possible importance....
Since the first attempt by Klose,1 in 1904, to render the urinary tract opaque to the roentgen ray, it has been generally accepted that the essential properties of an ideal medium are opacity to the roentgen ray and nontoxicity. At present, sodium iodid best combines these properties....
The high rate of incidence of thyroid enlargement during pregnancy is well known. The frequency with which changed psychologic reactions, such as increased irritability, nervousness and emotionalism, occur is also a matter of common knowledge. Little significance is ordinarily attached...
In auscultation, the physician is interested in a variety of normal and abnormal sounds produced within the human body. The nature of organic lesions can often be determined by a careful study of these sounds. The quality of the sounds, as interpreted by the ear, depends on two factors:...
The frequency of gonococcus infections of the seminal duct has long dominated our conception of epididymitis and vesiculitis, which are commonly assumed to arise by invasion from the urethra only, and to interest merely urologists. That these organs are infected by parasites floating in...
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