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The question of the proper treatment for all varieties of fracture of the neck of the femur seems at last to have been settled. In other words, the abduction treatment—the Whitman method—has been accepted by surgeons acquainted with the treatment of fractures.
The subject of...
The value of cholecystography as developed by Graham and Cole and elaborated by others is sufficiently evidenced by the rapidity with which its use has become all but universal. The clearness with which calculi are so often visualized, the persistent absence of a positive shadow under...
To the Editor:
—In The Journal, February 6, appears my paper on this subject, followed by an elaborate discussion, the latter carrying the inference that the program outlined by the Department of the Interior through its Indian Bureau did not admit of practical...
Among others, we classify tuberculous patients as open and closed cases, based on the presence or absence of expectoration. Our recent observations made on two patients of the Mount Pleasant Sanatorium make it appear doubtful whether this classification based on apparent absence of expectoration...
ANNUAL CONGRESS ON MEDICAL EDUCATION, MEDICAL LICENSURE AND HOSPITALS
Held in Chicago, Feb. 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1926 (Continued from page 876)
FEDERATION OF STATE MEDICAL BOARDS
Ten Years of Progress...
The preface states that this little volume is primarily intended for medical students and men in the general practice of medicine. Keeping in mind, therefore, that this book was not intended for the specialist but for the man in general practice eager to learn what the specialist...
To the Editor:
—May I add some comments to the inquiry appearing in The Journal, March 6, page 709, as to the proper outfit for the removal of superfluous hair by electrolysis, and the reply thereto, which does not quite cover two important points....
Functions of Region About Infundibulum and Tuber
Cinereum, and Its Relation to Pituitary Body Gustave Roussy, to whom we are indebted, along with Camus, for important researches on the functions of the infundibulotuberal region, contributes an excellent article on...
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