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Memorial to Beaumont....
Three fourths of the protoplasm of the body cells consists of water; the body fluids and secretions are even richer in this substance. After a little consideration, every one appreciates that water plays an important part as a "universal solvent"; at any rate, substances dissolved in it...
The proposal to relieve spastic paralysis by surgical interruption of the sympathetic innervation of the muscles involved rests on the theory that a special function, designated "plastic tonus," depends on the sympathetic nerve fibers, and that abolition of this plastic tonus will...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract —Roffo's original technic for this test was with 2 cc. of serum to which were added 5 drops of a 0.03 per cent solution of neutral red. His latest...
Professor Arrhenius, director of the Nobel Institute, and recognized throughout the world as one of the great modern leaders in the field of chemistry, prepared this interesting introduction to his science for Swedish readers. The translation is made available as a part of the library of...
Protection Against Lead Paint Poisoning
A bill to make better provision for the protection against lead poisoning of persons employed in painting buildings is to be introduced by the government. It provides that the secretary of state may make regulations for...
—In the table in Dr. Henry A. Christian's article on "Selecting a Hospital for the Internship" (The Journal, May 15, p. 1500), the necropsy percentage for Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, should be 74.5 per cent instead of 84 + per cent.
The observations that have been made on the relation of the sympathetic nerves to disease have not yet been organized into a coherent system. And it is surprising that where the results obtained by the resection of these nerves are least open to question, they are not the results that...
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