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To the Editor:
—May I suggest that your current comment on this subject, January 8, is misleading, and perhaps fraught with injury to the several hundred thousand American Indians?
Improvements in the Indian medical service there have been; the good faith...
—In the article by Dr. Laura A. Lane, "Radium in Ophthalmology," in The Journal, January 22, a footnote should have appeared to the effect that this paper was supported financially by the Knapp Testimonial Fund.
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—After observing for many years the characters of the tongue in B. coli infection, I think these notes may have some practical interest. The tongue exhibits a strawberry punctate appearance. The more confluent and close the points or dots, the more...
In view of the interest of the subject to phototherapists, in a previous paper data were presented on the ultraviolet component radiation from the carbon and the mercury arc lamps, and from the sun. The data thus summarized1 for the benefit of phototherapists foreshadowed further...
The volumes of Pasteur's collected works previously published are Dissymétrie moléculaire, Fermentations et générations dites spontanées, and Etudes sur le vinaigre et sur le vin. The present volume contains all of Pasteur's work on silkworm disease, not only the two volumes published in...
This is in part a condensation of the second edition. In bringing it down to date, Orr has been careful not to sacrifice the clinical character of the earlier work. He has made it representative of the newer views of Mackenzie that were largely the result of the investigations carried on...
Serotherapy in Botulism
Researches have been made on the botulinus toxin, on the varieties of botulinus, and on therapeutic inoculation with the corresponding antitoxin. Type B of Bacillus botulinus appears to be characteristic of Europe and Asia, and type A of...
The classic experiments of the English physiologist Sydney Ringer, toward the end of the last century, on the frog heart showed the importance that relatively small changes in a perfusing solution may have on the function of this organ. Previous to that time, tissues had been maintained...
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