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Leukoplakia of the urinary organs constitutes an interesting chapter in the subject of urology because of the uncertainty of its development, and the irregularity and rarity of its occurrence. A total of seventy-nine cases has been found in the literature. Except for some of the more...
Second Medical Education Meeting
The Second South American Conference was held, July 15-17, at Buenos Aires. Delegates from Brazil, Uruguay, Peru, Bolivia and Paraguay attended, in addition to those from this country. The members of the committee on resolutions were:...
Accidents in Mines
For the first time, the Prussian ministry of commerce has published detailed statistics of accidents in Prussian mines, the pamphlet covering accidents occurring in 1925. The report reveals that, in spite of all safety measures, the number of...
Measurements of bladder pressure have been made from time to time for experimental purposes, but no successful attempt has been made to apply such observations in a convenient way to ordinary diagnosis. It is probable also that not even their importance in clinical diagnosis has been...
To the Editor:
—Your articles "The Art and Practice of Medical Writing" were instructive and entertaining. In them I did not see any reference to the growing tendency to use nouns as adjectives. Dr. W. W. Keen called this usage to our attention several years ago. He...
This little book does not contain the results of any new observations or thought on the carrier problem. It simply gives in condensed form a trustworthy summary of the established knowledge on the subject, and it is intended especially to be an aid to the student of medicine.
From results gained in an extensive series of investigations on the dog carried out in 1922 and earlier, Camus and Roussy, 1 and Bailey and Bremer 2 concluded that the hypophysis exercises few of the functions that have been attributed to it. Camus and Roussy state, in answer to the...
Vaughan, in his delightful "Memories,"1 quotes Metchnikoff, the father of the phagocytic doctrine, as saying twenty years ago, "If a German does not believe in Ehrlich's side chain theory, he is damned." The statement well expresses the strong hold that Ehrlich's view had on the German...
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