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"To furnish in accessible form such succinct information as is necessary for the proper clinical application of the test and the interpretation of its results, to consider the status of the reaction as applied to the recognition and management of this disease, and to present briefly the...
References 1. From the Temple Hill Hospital, American Presbyterian Mission.
The fact that this book had twenty-one printings between October, 1925, and June, 1926, is sufficient indication that the author has been able to tell his story in a form comprehensible to any intelligent reader. That story is essentially a recapitulation of our knowledge of the...
This study of the etiology of granuloma inguinale was undertaken for the purpose of determining the nature, transmissibility and differential diagnosis of the causative agent and the period of incubation of the infection.
Granuloma inguinale is manifested by a granulomatous...
More Stringent Regulations for Notification of Puerperal Fever
The ministry of health has sent a communication to county councils and local sanitary authorities enclosing new and more stringent regulations relating to the notification of puerperal fever. It is...
Protection of the health of the United States on our southern border seems, at first sight, a stupendous task and one beset with difficulties which are well nigh insurmountable. The boundary line, extending from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean, runs for the greater part of its...
It is generally agreed that thyroid hypertrophy in women either starts as a congenital defect or begins at puberty or during pregnancy. These are very old observations. In Charpentier's Cyclopedia of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the American edition of which was published in 1887, there is...
The longstanding uncertainty or actual confusion regarding the possible causation of Oroya fever and verruga peruviana, diseases of especial interest in the domain of tropical medicine, seem about to be dispelled through the efforts of Noguchi and his collaborators. For many years Oroya...
This is a treatise and manual for school teachers who are doing corrective speech work. In scope it is limited to the most common speech disorders: articulative defects chiefly, stammering less completely, with a chapter on nasality of the voice and one on foreign accent. In such books...
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