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To the Editor:
—I find it difficult to accept some points in the article by Harrison and Blalock on this subject (The Journal, Dec. 11, 1926, p. 1984). I refer particularly to the implication that anemia injures the heart and the statement that digitalis is indicated...
A married woman, aged 45, with an unimportant family and past history, had a sudden onset, in the middle of February, 1926, of severe, aching pains in the arm, elbow, posterior lower chest and hip on the left side. The hip pain radiated down into the knee. With the pain, there was an irregular...
The Treatment of Roentgenologists' Cancer
There are some grounds for hoping that the cancer which succeeds radiodermatitis and to which many roentgenologists have already succumbed will eventually become amenable to treatment. Since the death of Dr. Maxime Ménard,...
D. M., a boy, aged 6 weeks, was brought to my office because of rapid respiration, and cyanosis on exertion such as crying. He was the first born of healthy parents; labor was prolonged thirty-two hours and then successfully terminated by forceps. There were four factors prolonging...
There can be little doubt of the importance of making a preoperative diagnosis of horseshoe kidney, since this may simplify surgical technic and perhaps, under certain circumstances, modify somewhat the route of approach. A rather brief review of the literature, however, shows that very...
THE PATHOLOGY OF DIABETES IN CHILDREN *
SHIELDS WARREN, M.D.
Since it is in children that we find the best examples of pure, uncomplicated diabetes mellitus, and since their organs are free from the various degenerative changes so often...
The nitrogen and the carbon of the protein molecule evidently do not keep pace with each other in the disorganization that takes place when the nitrogenous foodstuffs are broken down for utilization in the body. The idea that a splitting of the protein molecule into a nitrogenous part...
This is the first of a proposed series of studies on the anatomy of American mammals, undertaken to furnish a basis for the investigation of convergence of diverse mammals toward types specialized for certain modes of life. The object of this particular book is stated by the author to be...
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