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Changes Among Health Officers....
This monograph was awarded the Sir Robert Jones Prize given by the British Orthopedic Association, and rightly deserves that recognition. The author emphasizes the importance of the recognition of the presence of tuberculous disease at the earliest possible moment. He states that, at...
This is a report of two interesting lectures delivered before the Wayne County Medical Society, Detroit, in 1924 and 1925. The first lecture, by Dr. Charles H. Mayo, covers the history, anatomy, physiology and certain etiologic factors concerning goiter. Since the author has gathered...
Whether the frequency of sudden death from heart disease, as at present encountered, represents an actual increase, or one that is only apparent when compared to a lessened number of deaths from other causes, is a problem for solution by those who consider medical statistics...
—According to the Chicago Health Department records, the death of Dr. Julius Henry Hoelscher was due to cancer of the stomach instead of heart disease, as noted in The Journal, August 28.
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—The paper on the treatment of pernicious anemia by a special diet (The Journal, August 14, p. 470) recalls the advocacy of red bone marrow (which the authors state has the nutritional composition of liver and kidneys) by the late Francis Delafield, in...
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