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Whenever the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry of the American Medical Association finds a preparation unacceptable for inclusion in New and Nonofficial Remedies, or decides to omit one that has been described therein, a report giving the reasons for this action is written and authorized...
The Crusade Against Typhoid
As mentioned in previous letters, last year and this year have witnessed more typhoid outbreaks than usual. A few months ago the federal council on health adopted the following resolutions:
The numerous typhoid outbreaks, during...
This is a well written book of dermatologic facts, but is not to be classed as a "compend." The author has described concisely most of the dermatologic entities. The illustrations, a large part of which are moulage reproductions, are fair. The first twenty-five pages are devoted to...
This begins with an excellent outline of the mechanics and pathogenesis of pes cavus after the author has gone briefly into the literature and statistics of the condition. Changes in form and position of the os calcis, astragalus and scaphoid are discussed. Of especial interest is the...
In 1916 and in 1923 we 1 reported two series of 100 cases each of iritis, in which careful studies of each patient were made to determine what kinds of infection were present and the probable cause of the iritis. The infections found were removed, so far as possible, and the effects on...
Drs. Heitger and Hansel give a free translation of the classic work of Professor Hajek. The author states in the preface that he has omitted many of the case histories originally prepared for the beginner in rhinology but which are perhaps not needed now since this subject is no longer...
The National Health
The seventh annual report of the ministry of health, which has just been issued, contains much information of interest. It shows the results of the first comprehensive attempt to obtain an approximate census of the numbers of persons in the...
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