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—During the last three years I have found that a useful sign in the diagnosis of ureteral stricture and its sequelae is the presence of a point of tendernes, elicited on pressure with the index or middle finger in a definitely localized and...
McCullough, 1 in 1921, observed that the disorders of cardiac rhythm arising in patients with diphtheria were similar to those produced by large doses of digitalis. He deduced, therefore, that digitalis might simply exaggerate disturbances already caused by the diphtheria toxin. In the...
Mucous membrane from various sources has been recommended for replacement of destroyed conjunctiva, in extensive symblepharon, and in restoration of the socket. Mucous grafts have been taken from the fellow eye or from that of a donor, from eyes of various animals, and from the vagina...
We find in infantile anemias two types easily distinguishable, from a clinical and a hematologic point of view. The first corresponds to the age limits from birth to the end of the child's second year; i. e., it comprises the life periods designated by Marfan as new-born, suckling and...
It is not generally recognized among physicians that the Kahn test can be performed with a drop or even half a drop of serum with a high degree of accuracy. In isolated cases, especially when drawing blood from infants, it is often difficult to obtain 1 cc., the minimum amount required for a...
During the last ten years I have been impressed by the fact that so few of the patients with duodenal ulcer whom I have seen have ever had any treatment which a specialist would regard as adequate. In many cases the diagnosis had not been made, but even when it had been, most of the...
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