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To obtain good pulse waves from a polygraphic apparatus, the simplest method thus far devised is to use a glycerin capsule; i. e., the cup that is applied over the radial pulse is covered with two layers of rubber dam, between which is an amount of glycerin sufficient to bulge the membrane.
Gastric ulcer is very frequently treated by local excision with or without gastro-enterostomy. Excision may be accomplished by knife or cautery; the result in either case is dependent on the loss of stomach wall. The present study is not an appeal to economize gastric wall in removing...
From time to time, reports on the Schick test and toxin-antitoxin administration in Durand Hospital of this institute have appeared. Weaver and Maher,1 in 1915, investigated the Schick test in relation to the antitoxin content in normal adults. They found that those having less than 0.04...
Atrophy is a phenomenon that the physician may observe in a variety of tissues and under a diversity of conditions. The retrogressive changes that the uterine walls undergo after parturition afford an illustration of a truly physiologic or normal type of muscular atrophy. Senescence is...
Histamin has a markedly stimulating effect on gastric secretion. This action of the drug on cats and dogs was observed by Popielski,1 Keeton, Koch and Luckhardt,2 Lim,3 Rothlin and Gundlach,4 and Ivy, McIlvain and Javois,5 and the same observation was made on the stomach of man by...
THE ATLANTIC CITY SESSION
Local Committee of Arrangements
Dr. Clarence L. Andrews, 1801 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, on nomination of the Atlantic County Medical Society, has been chosen as chairman of the Local Committee of Arrangements...
The invasion of the spinal column by syphilitic infection is less frequently encountered than syphilitic lesions in other parts of the osseous system; however, syphilitic spondylitis is now recognized as an occasional complication of syphilitic infection, and should deserve our careful...
To the Editor:
—The answer to "M.D.'s" request as to whether a dentist was correct in saying that extraction was entirely unnecessary in the case of four apical abscesses as shown by the roentgen-ray examination, in the Queries and Minor Notes department of The...
The results of operative repair of harelip vary from nearly perfect to plain bad; but, unless the original operator has been more than ordinarily inconsiderate in his denudation and suturing, the tissues can usually, by secondary operation, be rearranged to produce an approximately happy...
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