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The preparation of a stable, physiologically standardized extract containing the active principle of the parathyroid glands is a matter of such recent date that it is impossible at this time to designate with any degree of finality the therapeutic value of the new hormone.1
As a result in particular of the pathologic manifestations for which it may become responsible in various ways, the gallbladder obtrudes itself frequently on the attention of the clinician. The function of this organ has remained obscure too long. The uncertainty has been accentuated by...
Films of an Educational Character
A great effort is being made at present by the leagues of social hygiene to promote the use of films for general publicity purposes, an excellent method, which is not sufficiently applied in France. Motion pictures have had a great...
My purpose in this communication is to put on record some new observations on the use and effect of thyroid and thyroxin in the treatment of chronic nephrosis. In earlier publications I1 have drawn attention to certain biochemical features present in chronic nephrosis which also appear...
The Expenditure of Energy in Musicians
Under the direction of Prof. A. Loewy of Davos and H. von Schroetter of Vienna, as reported in the Klinische Wochenschrift, air-tight masks and rubber hoods were applied to the heads of members of the Davos orchestra and to a...
THE WASHINGTON SESSION
Papers for the Section on Obstetrics, Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery
Dr. Carl Henry Davis, Goldsmith Building, Milwaukee, secretary of the Section on Obstetrics, Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, requests that physicians who wish to...
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
No Smallpox in Alaska.
This excellent little book is neither a compend nor a textbook. It contains sufficient information concerning anatomic and physiologic facts to remove it from the former category entirely and to make the work of diagnosis both logical and educational. It presents the symptomatology of...
The modern applications of analytic chemistry to the study of the blood, whereby it has become possible to secure comparatively elaborate data from a small sample, already seem destined to rival the diagnostic advantages that have long accrued from microscopic investigations of the...
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