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There is a group of persons, usually, but by no means always, adults of middle age, which presents a clinical picture that is rather vague, and somewhat obscure, of long duration, and of which the significance is often overlooked, or at least not apprehended.
The syndrome is...
The classic experimental instances of the form of allergy more properly designated as protein hypersensitiveness have been induced by injection of the antigenic substances into test animals. It has been well established that, whereas proteins of the most varied origins may function as...
A great difference of opinion regarding the treatment of elusive ulcer of the bladder still seems to obtain among urologists. The treatment originally recommended by Hunner was a very wide resection of the ulcer-bearing area; but because of the unsatisfactory results, despite its radical...
Here is a successful attempt to explain, in simple language, the relation of bacteria to soil fertility. After a general discussion of the structure and the biochemical activities of bacteria, the following subjects are discussed briefly but amply for the general reader: soil formation,...
(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.)
Cancer and Occupation
There has just been published by the Medical Research Council "An Investigation into the Statistics of Cancer in Different Trades and Professions," by Dr. Matthew Young and Mr. W. T. Russell, with the collaboration of Dr. John Brownlee and Dr....
Chevrier's method of preparing patients for surgical operation has been followed here with good results. The evening before the operation, an enema is given. A good amount of sugared milk and sweet preserves is given, and at 9 p. m. a large...
OTHER MEANS OF LESSENING TASTE
When it is impossible to make a medicine tasteless, attempts should be made to minimize its taste. Among drugs of identical action, the one whose taste or odor is least offensive should be chosen. Potassium citrate is preferable to potassium acetate, creosote...
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