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It has been generally held that the toxicity of the gonococcus is due to the so-called endotoxins that are set free only after the death of the organism. De Christmas 1 reported that he was able to obtain a true exotoxin in cultures by growing the gonococcus in serum broth medium. The...
To combat those organisms against which serum therapy is found to be inadequate, medical men turn hopefully to any chemical agent that is reported to be of value. In recent years, Browning and his co-workers1 have published a number of papers regarding the effects of acriflavine on...
To the Editor:
—I wish to comment briefly on a letter written by Dr. Harry Lutz, Augusta, Kan., published January 17.
Physicians who have had little or no experience with sodium thiosulphate might believe what Dr. Lutz has said. I have had little experience...
It is significant that the introductory contribution to the newly launched Archives of Otolaryngology1 strives vigorously and frankly to liberate the devotees of the specialized practice in disorders of the ear, nose and throat from some of the shackles of pseudoscientific medicine with...
In a recent article1 agranulocytic angina is described, and a case occurring in Chicago is reported. As far as is known, this case of Dr. Lovett's is the first case described in America. The case here reported fits so perfectly the picture of Dr. Lovett's case that it seems proper to record it....
Decentralization in Urban Construction
At the twenty-ninth congress of public hygiene, M. Keppler, director of the communal service for architectural construction, outlined the principles that should obtain in the organization of building construction in large...
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