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The two cases of abscess of the shoulder joint here reported are of interest in that one case illustrates the results of neglecting to operate until destruction of joint structures has occurred, while the other shows the effects of comparatively early treatment.
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This encyclopedic volume contains a tremendous amount of useful information written in a German style comparatively easy to read. The usual form of such volumes is adopted. The first chapter, devoted to foods and nutrition, is concise and is followed by detailed discussion of...
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
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There are two definite classes of lesions of the stomach in which gastrectomy may be indicated. One is malignancy, and the other is peptic ulcer with its complications or sequelae. The first indication, malignancy, admits of no discussion. Gastrectomy is the only known cure for cancer of...
The most recent contribution to the legion of urinary antiseptics is hexylresorcinol, which was recently introduced by Leonard. As the use of this drug is still more or less in the experimental state, a report of results in the treatment of sixty-three cases of urinary infection, ranging...
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