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The author of this monograph takes up the disease symptoms or syndromes (including diagnosis and treatment) of the main organ systems of the body to show in what way endocrine disturbances contribute to these symptoms. Thus, there are chapters on the pathology of development; pathology...
The study of cases of hypertension and nephritis not uncommonly reveals hyperglycemia and glycosuria. Numerous observers have offered explanations for the simultaneous occurrences of these two conditions. Herrick 1 reviews the literature, summarizes the views of previous observers and...
This standard textbook is now in its eighth edition. It is authoritative in that it follows closely the classifications adopted by the Society of American Bacteriologists, and it presents most of the newer additions to our knowledge of bacterial organisms. Special consideration has been...
Up to 1900, diverticula were almost universally a necropsy finding. Since that time, with the perfection of the cystoscope and methods of cystography, they have been observed rather frequently, and numerous urologists have published articles on the subject, each with a sizable series of...
As a result of pioneer work by Hall,1 carbon tetrachlorid has recently come into extensive use for the destruction of the bookworm and other intestinal parasites, first in dogs, and then in man. While in the vast majority of cases no untoward effects seemed to result from the use of carbon...
This is a brief report based on my observation of 500 cases treated with radium during the last five years.
A great deal of the data and technic presented herewith belonged to the late Dr. George Stuart Willis. Approximately 1 gm. of the radium element in needles, tubes, plaques...
More than forty years ago, the senior author of this book began to publish his observations and opinions concerning the structure of protoplasm, or sarcode, as he prefers to call it. He concluded then that protoplasm is always an organized substance and possesses a definite fundamental...
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