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—In The Journal, May 1, appeared a clinical note on the "Oxygen Treatment of Malignant Edema," by Dr. R. P. Roantree, Elko, Nev. The author stated that he did not find in the literature any mention of a patient treated in this manner.
The basic sciences on which medicine is founded have assumed individual prominence at different times. Much medical research at present, if concerned with fundamentals and not with purely superficial aspects, requires the resources of chemistry. Within recent years, especially, this...
The Congress of Institute of Public Health
This year's congress of the Royal Institute of Public Health is to be held at Bristol, from May 19 to 24, inclusive. Tuberculosis and cancer problems are among the topics that will engage the attention of the Section of...
Congress of Internal Medicine
At the annual session of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für innere Medizin, held in Wiesbaden, April 12-15 (The Journal, May 29 and June 5, pp. 1710 and 1782), the principal paper on the third topic, the pathology and therapy of asthma, was...
In a fluoroscopic survey of the abdomen, an important factor that may be overlooked is the appearance of the magenblase, or air bubble of the stomach. The normal air bubble (fig. 1) has. a wide variation as to size and shape, but all agree in the absence of any irregularity in contour. By a...
It is all too true that the diagnosis of tumors of the cauda equina has been made notoriously late in the course of the disease.
One who looks over the literature on this subject is struck by the fact that most of these patients have been treated for long periods for disturbances...
A recent experience was interesting and valuable for developing a maneuver that paved the way to the passage of a ureteral catheter up a ureter that at first proved impassable both to the catheter and to the fluid introduced for roentgenography.
Mrs. W. B., aged 71, was extremely weak and...
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