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—In Winkelstein and Marcus' recent article "The Excretion of Neutral Red into the Human Stomach" (The Journal, October 31, p. 1397) they reported that they failed to recover neutral red in the gastric contents of some cases of achylia gastrica other...
John Newport Langley, F.R.S., professor of physiology at Cambridge, has died in that city, at the age of 73 years, from double pneumonia. He was one of the leading physiologists in the world, a skilled experimentalist and an accurate observer. He...
ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON MEDICAL EDUCATION, FEB. 15 AND 16, 1926
The next conference of the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals will be held at the Congress Hotel, Chicago, Feb. 15 and 16, 1926. The preliminary...
Quinin Prophylaxis in Malaria
In the crusade against malaria through prophylaxis by quinin the findings seem contradictory. In malarial regions therapeutic doses of quinin are necessary to adequate prophylaxis. Dr. Nicolai recently published his results in a group of...
"There is no stranger phenomenon than the maintenance of a constant body weight under marked variation in bodily activity and food consumption." 1 In these words, a capable student of metabolism recently referred to the vexing problems of over-nutrition and obesity, in which the large...
Medical statistics, especially cancer statistics, are notoriously open to various interpretations. A lay statistician, to whom a recorded diagnosis means that death was undoubtedly the result of the disease to which the diagnosis attributes it, will draw conclusions different from the...
Although autohemagglutination has been observed in animals under various conditions1 and may be induced experimentally in some of them,2 its occurrence in man is rare. The phenomenon was first noted by Reitmann3 in 1890, occurring in the blood of a patient with cirrhosis of the liver,...
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