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The Bavarian department of state has published the following notice:
The addiction to narcotic drugs has become so prevalent of late that grave fears are entertained for the health of the people. While it is true that morphinism and cocainism...
That pneumopericardium 1 is a rare condition is indicated by the fact that both Skoda and Schrötter, in spite of their vast clinical experience, never observed a case. Although the earliest obtainable descriptions are those of pathologists, who observed gas escaping from the pericardium...
To the Editor:
In your answer to the question as to the relative merits of the present intradermal method of vaccination, and its advantages over the old scratch method (The Journal, January 17, p. 223), you failed to mention that one of the chief advantages of the...
The newer knowledge of nutrition, with its indications of the outstanding concentration of certain essentials of the diet in a few characteristic foods, has aroused considerable skepticism as to the adequacy of the dietary among occasional groups of persons or races that depart widely...
Sir James Mackenzie
By a curious irony, not unknown in medical history, Sir James Mackenzie has succumbed in his seventy-first year to heart affection and to the disease to which he devoted his last book—angina pectoris—from which he began to suffer a year ago. Born...
This case illustrates a rather rare type of fracture, and incidentally shows a complicating spinal anomaly which has not produced symptoms and which is of some medicolegal interest.
REPORT OF CASE
E. W., a youth, aged 17 years and 8 months, employed as a yard messenger by a railroad company,...
The test for hyperbilirubinemia as first set forth by Fouchet1 has recently been applied clinically in the diagnosis of cholecystitis without jaundice by Friedman and Straus,2 and later by Speik, Liljedahl and Falk.3 Friedman and Straus obtained positive reactions in 83 per cent, of a...
The author seems to proceed on the assumption that practicing physicians are to take all serums, vaccines and various forms of protein therapy pretty much at their label or face value. Thus, he says about antipneumococcus serum (p. 31), "We use it in all diseases that are caused by...
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