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Of several hundred children under observation in the asthma clinic the last four years, three were encountered in whom enlarged tuberculous tracheobronchial glands produced symptoms markedly simulating asthma. This condition, judging from the literature, is comparatively infrequent in...
Auto-Infection from Vaginal Secretions
The normal vaginal secretion is antiseptic by virtue of its lactic acid content. The cervical secretion, on the other hand, is neutral or alkaline and forms an admirable culture medium for bacterial growth. Since the acidity of...
Somehow, uric acid does not lose its popularity as a subject of discussion. Scarcely a year passes that does not bring significant new facts relating to the chemical physiology of this substance. With them goes the formulation of new hypotheses and the rejection of others. The physician...
This is the most comprehensive treatise on thoracic surgery that has appeared in English. The work is essentially a record of the personal experience and present views of a leader in this field. His purpose is to give to the general medical profession a guide to the diagnosis of surgical...
The intravenous administration of glucose in the treatment of the vomiting of pregnancy was advocated in 1920 by Titus, Hoffman and Givens,1 who reported the results they obtained in the management of seventy-six cases, the chief factor in the treatment being the free exhibition 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.)
State Medical Election.
History of Police Control of Prostitution
March 25, Dr. C. G. Cumston addressed the Geneva Medical Society, on "The History of Police Control of Prostitution from the Biblical Epoch to the end of the Eighteenth Century." The lecturer showed that prostitution was...
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