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In 1923, experiments were carried out to ascertain the length of the ultraviolet waves which are endowed with the remarkable property of preventing or curing rickets. It was found that, in order to be of value, "ultraviolet waves must have a length not longer than 302 or possibly 313...
In this book, following a general discussion on the physics of light, under which heading the author includes infra-red, visible radiation and ultraviolet radiation, an analysis and a review reflecting the author's opinion of the commonly used sources of ultraviolet radiation, of light...
During the past year, I have treated by the Minot-Murphy method ten cases of pernicious anemia and four cases of severe secondary anemia. In the latter series were included two cases in which the anemia was the result of more or less continuous bleeding, over a long period of time, from...
A little more than a year ago I published the results of a series of experiments on the use of dead fascia grafts for hernia repair.1 I here report the application to human beings of the principles established in animals. Before doing this it might be well to discuss again briefly just...
Typhoid has been steadily decreasing throughout the United States, but unfortunately is still a major problem in the Southern states. The death rates and total deaths from this disease in Alabama during the last decade are shown in chart 1.
An analysis1 of the location...
In this well printed volume the author records an investigation of early medicine in western Pennsylvania, beginning with 1754, when that, among other parts of the United States, was largely a military population. As time passed, civilians began to come into practice. It was not long...
In his classic book on the Principles of General Physiology, the late Sir William M. Bayliss wrote that if he were asked to define life he would be inclined to do as Poinsot, the mathematician, did. The latter, according to a story of Claude Bernard, ramarked: "If any one asked me to...
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