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Women to Receive Doctorates
Two graduates of the Tokyo Women's Medical College are now working on their theses for doctorates in medical science at the Tokyo Imperial University. When they complete their work they will be the first two women with doctorates in...
The present edition of this justly popular introduction to neurology merits the same praise that has been accorded the previous editions. The subject matter is arranged in three groups. Chapters I to VII discuss the more general neurologic topics. Chapters VIII to XVIII comprise a brief...
There is always a place for the printed lectures of a respected teacher. This book fills such a place. The author writes that for many years he gave a course of lectures at the London Hospital on elementary therapeutics. His aim was to discuss principles of treatment and to outline them...
This textbook of pathologic bacteria and parasites of the eye is arranged in three parts, general, special and technical. In the special portion the author describes the morphology of each known organism that invades the eye or its appendages. There are chapters on the inclusion bodies...
To the Editor:
—Apropos of the treatment of gastroduodenal ulcer by the use of calcium carbonate, ably sponsored by Loevenhart and Crandall in The Journal, May 14, it is of historical interest to note the routine employment of this drug in the treatment of ulcer...
Friedreich's ataxia may be defined as a familial disease manifesting itself at any age during childhood, characterized by imperfect muscular coordination, speech disturbance, and a variety of symptoms and signs varying with different cases. Anatomically, it is characterized by a...
To the Editor:
—In the interesting article in The Journal, August 20, on the Medical Examiner System, there is a slight error in the historical part. It is stated that "the first formal statute after Magna Charta dealing with the Coroner is that of Edward the...
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