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Having performed thousands of laparotomies during the last thirty-five years, and having attempted the various technics advocated from time to time during this period, I have now practically discarded drainage of the general peritoneal cavity, but have established, almost as a routine,...
International Congress of Public Health
The International Congress of Public Health, which was organized at Ghent by the Royal Institute of Public Health of London, was opened under the chairmanship of the king of Belgium and the king of England. The congress...
The point of departure for this paper is the investigation made under the direction of a committee appointed by the Surgeon General of the U. S. Public Health Service to determine the hazard from the use of lead in ethyl gasoline. The results of this investigation have been published as...
In his exhaustive treatise on the "Technic of Medication," Fantus1 writes thus on the alveolar route of administering medication: "The lungs are a large sponge with air passages on one side and blood vessels on the other of a thin membrane, presenting an enormous absorbing surface of...
In a study of the health problems of Nashville during the past year, a survey was made of the industries of the community employing a hundred or more men, from the standpoint of the medical service and hygienic measures provided for the care and protection of the health of employees. As...
My purpose in this paper is to describe a bladder lesion of specific etiology which may develop many months after an apparently successful application of radium to a carcinoma of the uterus.
Urologists probably will be called on to treat an increasing number of patients for this...
This is a good epitome of the therapeutic use of roentgen rays. In the first chapter it considers the physics in rather an elementary way and sometimes, it must be said, with statements that are superficial to the point of being inaccurate. Then roentgen-ray apparatus and technic are...
This is one of a series of monographs on the special fields of surgery. In the present instalment the surgery of the bladder, prostate and seminal vesicles is taken up in as simple a manner as possible for the purpose of keeping the general practitioner in touch with the progress of...
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