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I think it is fair to say that the general practitioner, even the general internist, and perhaps still more the general surgeon is still unfamiliar with the fact that certain patients with pulmonary tuberculosis, whose future is otherwise hopeless, can be, by operation, not merely...
One of the most impressive features of tuberculosis is the hypersensitiveness conferred on the infected man or animal. A familiar manifestation of this hypersensitive state is the inflammatory reaction of the tuberculous patient when tuberculin is injected into the skin. It must not be...
Cereals occupy a prominent position in exemplary diet lists for older infants and children, and of all cereals oatmeal, because of its availability and content of vitamins, calcium and phosphorus, has been most strongly advocated. Recent research by Mellanby1 calls attention to the lack...
The relationship of tuberculosis to fistula in ano has long been the subject of considerable acrimonious discussion. At present there is a wide difference of opinion as to the extent of this relationship, reports varying from 1.4 per cent, to 70 per cent.
Andreal1 states that in...
Health Insurance for the Middle Classes
The committee appointed by the Nederlandsche Maatschappij tot Bevordering der Geneeskunst discussed, at a recent meeting, the possible ways of creating a health insurance society for the benefit of the middle classes. Important...
Brussels Medical Conference
The Brussels medical conference, or the Journées médicales so called, is meeting with increasing success every year. It synthesizes national medical activities. In addition to the national representation, many foreign scientists take part...
The Plea of "Irresistible Impulse" in a Murder Case
In the court of criminal appeal, the plea of "irresistible impulse" in a murder case has failed. The prisoner was an unmarried man who had been convicted of the murder, by strangling, of a barmaid with whom he had...
The New Medical Curriculum
According to the draft of the new law, which is not likely to be changed materially before its passage, the medical curriculum in Austria will be divided into two parts. Part 1 covers five semesters' and Part 2 six semesters' work. The...
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