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In 1921, Solomon and Klauder1 reported on the various types of neurosyphilis in which there may be completely negative spinal fluid findings with or without clinical symptoms. Pardee,2 Fordyce and Rosen,3 and others have also called attention to this phenomenon. These reports and our own...
A year ago we1 reported the aggregate results secured in neurosyphilis by standard methods of treatment, including a soluble mercurial salt intramuscularly or inunctions, sodium iodid intravenously, and arsphenamin intravenously and intraspinally. These results are summarized for...
Bacterial Structure and Reproduction
Dr. A. Fontes, chief of one of the services in the Oswaldo Cruz Institute, has just published a note on structure and reproduction of bacteria. Microbiologists are rather divided in their conceptions of the bacterial cell: some...
The following note is to record an observation that indicated the presence of an aerobic organism capable of producing food poisoning in canned ripe olives. Koser,1 in a study of canned ripe olives, found viable organisms in eight of 181 samples of normal cans, and in 154 of 157 of swelled or...
The treatment of syphilis is usually conducted in courses with intervals during which no treatment is given. The principle of the courses is that both arsenicals and mercurials are employed and in doses calculated to destroy Spirochaeta pallida without harming the patient.
COUNCIL ON PHYSICAL THERAPY
Report of Organization Meeting
The Council on Physical Therapy held its first meeting, for organization purposes, at the headquarters of the American Medical Association on Friday, October 16. The Council is...
The use of prolonged monocular occlusion as a means of uncovering and diagnosing latent ocular muscle imbalances, as devised and employed by Dr. F. W. Marlow of Syracuse, N. Y., is undoubtedly, to my mind, one of the most useful and satisfactory tests added to the armamentarium of the...
Two definite types of carbuncle are recognized:1 (1) the usual superficial type, which is very vascular, shows multiple skin perforations in the early stage, and after sloughing usually does not show a very deep crater; (2) the deep type, in which the mass appears to be fixed almost as...
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