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The author reports an experience extending over five years in the treatment of a large number of tumors, using the heat produced by high frequency currents. He accepts for the surgical application of these currents the name "endothermy" proposed by Delherm and Laguerriere, reserving the...
Since the time of Hippocrates, the vaginal douche has been a common item of pelvic therapeutics. It is extensively used by uninstructed women. It is prescribed by many physicians, though condemned by some. As a rule, however, neither patient nor physician has any clear idea of its proper...
One of the simplest and most rational classifications of congenital clefts of the lip and palate was suggested by Ritchie and Staige Davis in 1922. Taking the alveolar border as a fixed point, they divide the clefts into three groups: (1) prealveolar; (2) postalveolar, and (3) alveolar....
Mrs. B. H. H. was referred to us by Dr. Paul Rigney for gastro-intestinal examination. A liquid barium meal was given, the total volume of which was 19 ounces (562 cc.). It revealed a stomach shaped between the cow horn and fishhook type, slightly displaced to the left, very flexible and very...
Vasomotor and other circulatory disturbances of the extremities have been the subject of a great deal of study and investigation at the Mount Sinai Hospital, Cleveland, on account of both the relatively large numbers of cases coming under observation and the paucity of our medical...
(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.)
This covers a wide field. The early chapters discuss confusing shadows, artefacts and anatomic variations, continuing with fractures and bone diseases. The later chapters describe chest, gastro-intestinal and genito-urinary conditions. The last chapter deals with fluoroscopic technic,...
The less efficient utilization of cow's milk as compared with breast milk in infant feeding is usually assumed to be due to differences in ease of digestion. The slower and less complete digestion of cow's milk has been ascribed to its high buffer effect in neutralizing the acidity of...
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