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Septicemia of Dental Origin
Caussade and Glück report a case of dental caries, well tolerated for several years, in which suddenly an ulcerative membranous stomatitis developed with submaxillary adenopathy. While the stomatitis healed rapidly, a septicemia appeared....
In an article a year ago on the relation of anemia, primary and secondary, to vitamin A deficiency, we 1 reported on the experimental production of a blood picture in animals, which in all essential details showed a striking similarity to human pernicious anemia. On the basis of this...
This is an intelligent attempt to present briefly to stammerers and to the public generally a practical knowledge of the nature of stammering and especially of its treatment as carried out by the author. The presentation is frank, analytic and intelligent, but probably too difficult for...
This experimental work on trachoma1 was begun in May, 1926, when, at the request of Dr. F. I. Proctor, and under the auspices of the Department of the Interior, an expedition was made to Albuquerque, N. M., where a number of pupils in the government school for Indians were to receive...
Recently The Journal1 referred to an address delivered in this country by Knud Faber,2 in which the well known Danish clinician reaffirmed that pernicious anemia may be caused by intestinal intoxication, that achylia gastrica favors this process, and that the source of the toxic material...
Journées Médicales at Brussels
As always, the journées médicales were a great success; the queen of the Belgians and a number of ambassadors were present at the opening meeting, which was presided over by the minister of the interior. There were meetings of a general...
This paper is a study of the dermatologic conditions found in 500 diabetic patients of Dr. Elliott P. Joslin and Dr. F. Gorham Brigham. It was undertaken so that we might know more of the skin conditions to be expected in diabetes, and also because of the comparatively recent writings...
This manual has been a familiar one for more than forty years. Written by one of the best surgeons of the older school, it represents a survival of the time when anatomy was the most important course in the medical curriculum. It contains seven hundred pages of closely written matter,...
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