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Malarial Treatment of General Paralysis
Dr. W. Pires discussed before the Neurological Society his experience with malarial therapy in general paralysis. The organism used was Plasmodium vivax. The condition of the patients was so serious that in a number of cases...
Notification of Tuberculous Patients
All figures heretofore published on the number of tuberculous patients have been estimates. The number of tuberculous persons will be more accurately ascertained—at least for Berlin—as a result of a recent agreement entered into...
To the Editor:
—In The Journal, October 9, a correspondent's inquiry as to the intravenous use of magnesium sulphate in eclampsia is answered, in part, as follows: "It is always advisable to have 5 cc. of a 10 per cent solution of calcium chloride available for...
In a small, handy volume the authors have concentrated a collection of drawings illustrating those portions of obstetrics which can thus be illustrated. Simple but ample descriptive legends accompany the illustrations. The first section deals with anatomy and physiology, the second with...
This method of collecting venom of rattlesnakes is used at the San Antonio station of the Antivenin Institute of America, under personal instruction of Dr. Afriano do Amarai:
The stick used in snaring a rattlesnake is a wooden whip stock with an Ideal paper fastener number 1 in the end, with the...
To the Editor:
—In your editorial comment on "Burns and the Suprarenals" (The Journal, October 16), you cite the work of Hartman, Rose and Smith, published in the September issue of the American Journal of Physiology, in relation to an increased output of epinephrine...
The subject of cholecystitis is of especial interest because of its dependence on primary foci of infection in more exposed parts of the alimentary tract, and because of its relation to the pathologic changes in the regional lymphatics of the ducts, liver and pancreas. It is common...
In 1923, and again in 1924, I presented before the American Roentgen Ray Society the results obtained in the Brady Urological Clinic, in bladder carcinoma, by means of deep roentgen-ray therapy.
The basis of the present report comprises 120 cases of bladder tumors divided as...
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