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Tumors of the hypophysis, because of their uncertainty of origin and the clinical phenomena associated with them, form one of the most interesting of all groups of neoplasms.1
According to the portion of the gland involved, the pituitary tumors vary in their pathology and clinical course. The...
To the Editor:
—The article on "Irradiated Foods and Irradiated Organic Compounds" by Drs. Steenbock and Daniels (The Journal, April 11) is of the greatest interest, opening up wide fields of hitherto undreamed-of possibilities in the enhancement of the antirachitic...
The first two editions of this valuable operative guide were received with enthusiasm and quickly became popular; the third edition will increase the demand. While the size of the book has been somewhat reduced, the number of illustrations has been materially increased. No changes have...
This is a worthy enlargement of an excellent first edition. Necessarily, much is included that was in the first edition, for it is the groundwork for enzyme chemistry. Particularly valuable is the new chapter on enzyme reactions of tissues and tumors, which contains many charts and...
Draft of a Law Pertaining to the Combating of Venereal Diseases
The draft of a law to combat venereal diseases has been presented to the Reichstag. The essential provisions are as follows:
Any one who has knowledge of the fact or, from the circumstances,...
The first edition of this comprehensive textbook of neurology appeared in 1909, and since that time three of the previous collaborators, Steinert, Rothmann and Lewandowsky, have died, and new ones have been added. A textbook with Liepmann writing on aphasia, Stertz on encephalitis,...
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