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—In a paper by Nelson A. Myll on this subject (The Journal, Dec. 6, 1924), several deductions were made which are open to question. Notations were made from a paper on renal tuberculosis by Braasch and Scholl to the effect that 77.4 per cent, of the...
Professor Kräpelin, the Munich psychiatrist, delivered recently an address on general paralysis, before the Emperor William society for the advancement of science, of Berlin. He emphasized that, of all known mental diseases, general paralysis,...
Observations on gallstone formation have, for many years, postulated in the case of the commonest concretions, the cholesterol calculi, that the chief source of their conspicuous component was in degenerating and desquamating cells of the gallbladder and biliary passages. A little...
Few physicians fail to consider the vermiform appendix as the first and most probable cause of acute disease in the lower right portion of the abdomen. However, we sometimes overlook other conditions in this region, one of which is acute, primary typhlitis. Acute, primary typhlitis is...
Miss T., aged 22 (Fig. 1), consulted me for facial deformity in July, 1922, having been referred by Dr. R. J. Lynch of Des Moines, Iowa. She had been engaged in teaching, but had given up this occupation because her deformity exposed her to ridicule. She was extremely down hearted and...
This is an excellent textbook for first-year students. Rouvière is one of the authors of Poirier and Charpy's textbook, and he has left to that larger work the exhaustive consideration of literature and of detail that constitute its special excellence. This book is limited to a...
The recent attainment of Graham, Cole and Copher,1 visualizing the gallbladder by the simple and safe method of intravenous injection of the sodium salt of tetrabromphenolphthalein, has offered the opportunity for the investigations in the present report. The primary purpose of our...
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