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The Congress of Internal Medicine
This letter continues my report on the annual session of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für innere Medizin held in Wiesbaden, April 12-15 (The Journal, May 29, p. 1710).
THE BLOOD AS CLINICAL REFLECTOR OF...
There are numerous reports in the literature of the therapeutic value of calcium salts when given by mouth, more particularly in such conditions as the hyperesthesias and hypersusceptibilities; but their authors have never shown any convincing proof in the way of laboratory findings....
The author first discusses the theory of the production of roentgen rays and the essentials of filtration. A section on the physical and biologic methods of measuring the rays leads to a chapter on deep dosage, in which appear the Holfelder patterns, which, placed on the body, locate the...
It would scarcely seem possible that one could write more than 200 pages about the microscopic anatomy of that minute bit of colored tissue, the iris, without delving deeply into the physiology and comparative anatomy. Nevertheless, the author has succeeded in producing the most...
Chronic endocervicitis, with or without erosion, is a very common condition. It is especially frequent among married women who have had one or more pregnancies, but may be found at times in patients with unruptured hymen. It is worthy of note that McGrath1 found cervical disease in 38...
This work, which was Dr. Sweeney's thesis for his doctorate of science degree in hygiene at Johns Hopkins, is in chief part a statement of the problems of biometry and an introduction to the study of the scientific treatment of the factors that influence the trends of population. It is...
Medicaments may be introduced into the rectum for one of three purposes: for systemic action, for local medication, and for exciting evacuation. As the function of the rectum is expulsion rather than retention, it is obvious that ordinarily speci[ill]l measures have to be...
The problem of absorption confronts the scientific investigator in practically every field of human endeavor, in the exact as well as in the practical fields, and the mass of information thus gained will eventually lead to a more intelligent understanding of the detailed mechanism of...
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