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This interesting monograph on Japanese flood fever by the professor of pathology at Niigata Medical College is a valuable contribution to our knowledge of a disease seemingly conveyed by a minute relative of the tick. The larval mites which transmit the infection do not, of course, bite...
The unfortunate deaths from ethylene anesthesia reported by Sherman and others1 some months ago have caused renewed interest in the chemical purity of ethylene.2 It was decided, therefore, to reexamine the brand of ethylene already described in New and Nonofficial Remedies; namely, that of the...
Almost every decade is contributing new points of view to the interpretation of metabolism. There was a time, just prior to the student days of the older physicians of the present generation, when considerations of the energy aspects of nutrition were only rarely emphasized. Presently,...
The Foam of Mad Dogs
Many vain attempts have been made to discover why the foam in the mouth of mad dogs is such a powerful agent for the transmission of rabic virus. It has been established that the micro-organism of rabies exists only in the nerve tissues and is...
In the light of modern medical progress, the traditional conception of gastric carcinoma is in need of revision. The familiar clinical picture of the disease is that of the frank or advanced stage. That potential or actual gastric carcinoma may exist with little or no dyspepsia, without...
In a series of 140 laminectomies for focal spinal lesions, there have been thirty-three patients who were operated on because the clinical picture led us to suspect a focal lesion, probably a tumor, and none was found. These cases constitute the basis for the present communication. They...
To the Editor:
—A portrait of Edward VI, the "boy-king," who died of consumption, painted by William Streates, pupil of Holbein, was sold to an American collector about 1902, according to L. P. Mark in an address "Art and Medicine," delivered in 1906. This portrait...
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