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The report of the federal service of public hygiene for 1926 has just been issued. The epidemic of smallpox which began in 1921 has ended, but on account of its tenacity and extension it was without example in the history of smallpox in Switzerland...
Mrs. R. K., aged 54, was admitted into the ward service of Dr. Ralph Bettman, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Aug. 10, 1927, with the complaint of gangrene of the first toe of the right foot of six months' duration. She had been treated for diabetes mellitus, and in spite of the fact that the...
In the preface to this book on the care of the skin the author announces his intention "to recommend such simple measures as may be used, with benefit, in some of its afflictions, and to emphasize the most gratifying results obtainable in the treatment of skin diseases, especially if...
This report is based on an investigation of 806 optic canals in living and 194 in dried skulls. A detailed report on the latter, and the technic for roentgenography based thereon, are contained in my previous work.1 In the living, 806 canals were studied in 403 patients, fifty of whom...
When a rhinologist and an ophthalmologist get their heads together, rhinogenic retrobulbar neuritis or dacryorhinocystotomy comes into the conversation as soon as the decks are cleared of social amenities. If the two are earnest and youthfully optimistic, as well as surgically inclined...
Out of the many discussions of hematopoiesis under normal conditions and in disease has arisen the suggestion, if not the conviction, that it is not necessarily the iron of the hemoglobin which must be furnished to the organism but rather the pyrrole nucleus, an organic chemical radical...
The nutritive functions of the organism inevitably involve the exchange of fluid and substances between the blood and the tissues. Between the circulating medium and the working cells of the body, one or more membranes are always interposed. All substances that play a part in the...
In a previous paper published in 1920 I1 reviewed 1,000 successive dispensary cases with reference to the incidence of tuberculosis in husband and wife. Since then I have reviewed 5,000 more cases, making a total of 6,000 examined to date.
In the previous paper I reviewed the...
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