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Every study of any considerable number of cases has shown that approximately 20 per cent of women have retrodisplaced uteri. The importance of retrodisplacement as a pathologic entity has been over-emphasized, and there can be no doubt that far too many operations are being done for its...
There is no particular treatment of pulmonary suppuration that will be equally satisfactory in all cases. It is unwise at present to attempt to standardize the treatment of these conditions. On the contrary, each case must be judged by itself, and the best results will be obtained if...
There occurred on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, during the summer of 1925 an epidemic of mild nature, characterized by the following symptoms, physical condition and course: generally a sudden onset with a rapidly rising temperature; pain of varying degree located in the abdomen, limbs, back,...
Ma huang (Ephedra vulgaris var. helvetica, family Gnetaceae) has been known in Chinese medicine for some 5,100 years.1 It was one of the drugs tasted by Emperor Shen Nung (about 3200 B. C.). The Chinese use it as a diaphoretic, circulatory stimulant, antipyretic, sedative in cough, etc.,...
Isserlin's contribution to the great, world-wide controversy as to Freud's actual contribution to psychotherapy is a complete outline of the subject based on the courses given since 1910 in the University of Munich. The author believes that the freudian contribution has been an actual...
The Emergency Medical Service of Berlin
The emergency medical service in Berlin consists of three subdepartments: (1) the emergency stations, (2) the ambulance service, and (3) information service on hospital beds. There are at present forty-two emergency stations,...
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