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The induction of labor by some mechanical means is undoubtedly more certain than by the use of oxytocic drugs. In certain cases, these two means may be combined to advantage. As a mechanical method, the use of a hydrostatic bag offers a comparatively safe procedure not only for inducing...
KLAIBER SUBAQUEOUS INTESTINAL BATH APPARATUS NOT ACCEPTABLE
Report of the Council on Physical Therapy
The following report has been approved by the Council on Physical Therapy of the American Medical Association.
H. J. Holmquest, Secretary....
There have never been any reports of abdominal complications in tularemia. The spleen, liver and suprarenals seem to bear the brunt of the localized abdominal pathologic changes in this disease, as shown by areas of focal necrosis of the miliary type. This is especially true in infected...
To one familiar with the literature of cardiology of the last twenty years, the name of Henri Fredericq is a guaranty that this volume is scholarly, scientific and down to date. The author shows his intimate knowledge of the subject by his masterly presentation of facts, his frequent...
Dr. Van Loon, professor of psychiatry in the Medical School of Batavia, has had the opportunity to study the special psychoses of the Malay race, which he recently described to the International Institute of Anthropology. Of especial interest is the psychosis...
This report relates to a type of splenomegaly found in two adult patients who presented a clinical and pathologic picture distinct from those previously noted, and constituting a separate disease entity.
The patients presented themselves...
Therapeutic measures for disorders of any organ of the human body should be based on a knowledge of the physiologic functions of that organ. It is undoubtedly true that there are valuable empiric remedies, but usually further observation has shown that they were originally fortunate...
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