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To the Editor:
—In my copy of The Journal, February 20, I detected something under the headline "Netherlands" that I feel bound to correct. Our language is getting spoiled more and more by Germanisms of various kinds. But we arc not Germans yet. So if you haven't got...
In his introduction, the author gives a clear and concise survey of the problems encountered in discussing medical renal diseases. In the chapters on classification, he records historical material that may be of great value to the medical philosopher and historian but hardly is apt to...
The Düsseldorf Exposition
The Düsseldorf exposition, which will open, May 8, will cover an area of 400,000 square meters and will deal with health culture, social welfare and physical education, thus fulfilling the same purpose as "Health Week" (The Journal, April...
The researches of Chatin1 on the distribution of iodine in nature, and his conclusion that goiter was due to a deficiency of this element, have been the subject of much discussion. It is now generally believed that iodine deficiency is the immediate cause of simple goiter, and that this...
Crystalline proteins have been isolated from the urine up to the present time in only eight cases.1 In the course of work on human blood proteins, difficulty was experienced in obtaining blood for the preparation of sufficient quantities of albumin. This led to an attempt to separate...
In 1882, Quincke described a condition characterized by a sudden appearance of localized and circumscribed edema in various regions of the body. He named this condition "acute circumscribed edema." It is usually transient and is not associated with untoward consequences unless the larynx...
To the Editor:
—In his studies to determine the clinical value of parenteral digitalis medication, Pardee used only the electrocardiogram, a method which has not yet been perfected satisfactorily so as to permit definite conclusions from a therapeutic standpoint....
The authors state that they have treated the subject of the mouth in both its local and its interdependent relations, its primary and secondary lesions, and that while there is a scattered literature on the subject, this is the first time it has been treated in its entirety in a single...
To the Editor:
—My attention has been drawn to Dr. E. F. Du Bois' comments on "Basal Metabolism in Health and Disease." I have also read with interest Dr. S. S. Cohen's letter (The Journal, Jan. 28, 1922, p. 297) and your editorial comment (Dec. 31, 1921)....
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