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In this interesting book the author reviews his entire experience with cesarean section. Since 1892 he has performed 120 of these operations, the records of which are tabulated and critically analyzed. The number of operations is not greater because at the University College Hospital,...
For the orderly progress of medicine, "novelties" of diagnosis and treatment should be investigated thoroughly as promptly as possible. This is true not merely because of the desirability of securing effective helps in practice at the earliest opportunity and of revealing deceptions or...
[Editorial Note.—This paper, together with the paper by Drs. Cutler and Fine, which follows it, concludes the symposium on "Sympathectomy." In our last issue we published the three papers by Drs. Forbes and Cobb, Dr. Ranson, and Drs. Davis and Kanavel.]
Fatal Hot Bath
An inquest was held at the Marylebone coroner's court on a woman, aged 46, who was found dead in a bath. She was in the habit of taking very hot baths, and several years ago she fainted in one but recovered just in time to get out. Dr. R. M. Bronte,...
Loss of voice is a rare condition when it is caused by pressure of the thyroid gland. R. C. Coffey1 does not remember having had a case of aphonia which was relieved by the removal of a goiter.
G. W. Crile1 says: "About 4 per cent of our cases show a unilateral paralysis and often present some...
The device here described and illustrated was developed with the idea of furnishing the physician a convenient, sterile and ever-ready combination for sewing up wounds. It embodies features of simplicity, efficiency and convenience that will afford increased skill and greater speed (from four to...
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