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Granuloma inguinale is a chronic, infectious, ulcerative process, which usually involves the genitalia or neighboring parts, shows little or no tendency to spontaneous healing, and yields to treatment with antimony and potassium tartrate (tartar emetic).
The disease was probably...
For more than sixty years, gynecologists all over the world have been employing sundry forms of local treatment and devising all sorts of operations for the cure of chronic endocervicitis, but as yet no method has been discovered that is universally satisfactory. However, during the last...
To obtain success in the treatment of gonorrheal endocervicitis through the use of diathermy, one must maintain a clear perspective of the object sought for; i. e., destruction in situ of the thriving gonococcal organisms that are embedded in and protected by the tissues of the cervix....
In this edition of this popular handbook, chapters on asthma, syphilis, lead poisoning, anemia, endocrine disorders and vaccine therapy are new. Other chapters have been thoroughly modified. The book is a careful presentation of our knowledge of the treatment of many common diseases,...
(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.)
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In a scientific environment in which books are published in profusion, often for no very good reason, it is gratifying to find a publication prepared for a purpose. The author occupies the chair in Berlin which concerns itself with the mortality of infants and young children. The...
All the various departments of our government seem to have some health functions. The problem is one that has given concern both to statesmen and to students in the care of public health for many years. As in all such matters, the necessity for a clear understanding of existing functions...
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