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THE NEW GERMAN PHARMACOPEIA
The new sixth edition of the German pharmacopeia became official, Jan. 1, 1927. Its green cover and heavy gold lettering are in marked contrast with the somber black covers of its five predecessors. While the new edition is of the same...
Beginnings of State Medicine
At the recent general meeting of the Medical Society of Romande, Switzerland, Dr. Yersin of Geneva presented a paper on the Enslavement of Medicine. He pointed out that since the last century in most civilized countries, legislation had...
In reviewing the history of the development of the knowledge of the lymphatic system, Sabin1 pointed out ten years ago that there have been periods of great investigative activity followed by periods of rest. It has been shown recently that the problem of the origin of the lymphatic...
Owing to the wealth of material, the statistical research and its general character, this book does not lend itself to a short review. It is well written and well illustrated, and covers a subject that has aroused interest in recent years; namely, the study of the organism as a whole....
To the Editor:
—The editorial in The Journal of the American Medical Association on "The Lead Treatment of Cancer," January 8, is not only opportune but also wise and cautious in regard to that aspect of our work with which it deals. But, Sir, to speak frankly, I am...
In the five years ending Jan. 1, 1926, 903 patients with gallbladder disease were admitted to the surgical service of the Lankenau Hospital. Of these, 605 (67 per cent)1 were female, and 298 (33 per cent) were male patients; 452 (50 per cent) were of the calculous and 438 (48.5 per cent)...
The technic described here is the result of seven years' experimentation. It was begun during the final year of the World War, continued for the three years following the war, principally on veterans' disfigurements, and during the last three years has been applied for the relief of...
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