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Dr. Elterich Was Professor of Pediatrics.
—In The Journal, last week, it was stated that the late Dr. Theodore J. Elterich was assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Elterich was for many years professor of...
The idea that the development of arterial hypertension may be instituted by chemical substances coursing in the blood stream has long been an engaging one. It is more appealing than any purely mechanical hypothesis of the genesis of high blood pressure yet formulated; and there is a...
In the spring of 1925, Dr. Plaut with Professor Kraepelin visited the United States, Mexico and Cuba for the purpose of studying the incidence of syphilis and particularly of general paralysis of the insane among the negroes and Indians. The present volume is the report of that study. A...
It is generally recognized that, when a great many remedies are proposed for a condition, it is likely that no one of them is entirely satisfactory. A review of the recent literature dealing with thrombo-angiitis obliterans reveals a situation of this kind in regard to this disease. A...
In this booklet the author gives a summary of his experimental work on the so-called heart hormone, and a discussion of the results observed and their significance. This work was carried out on the frog at about the same time and independently of that of Demoor on the dog. In the basic...
In these studies I limited myself strictly to bronchial asthma, or the so-called idiopathic or essential bronchial asthma. Cases of asthma due to sensitization to animal proteins, excretions and secretions were excluded. Likewise, individuals sensitive to pollens, plant proteins and...
The problem of the etiology of trachoma has been considered from several points of view during the last few years. Quite naturally, in harmony with the experiences gained by the investigation of comparable maladies, the assumption of a microbiotic causation of the disease has attained...
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