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Within recent years much of the pediatrician's interest has been turned toward the study of the diseases that occur in the infant during the first month of life. It has been realized that infant mortality is greatest during this period. There are many rare conditions that occur, and in...
Recent experience with several cases of stricture of the urethra in which it was possible to pass only the smallest filiform reveals a meager armamentarium for handling such cases. With the exception of the LeFort filiform and steel follower together with the flexible urethral bougie and...
The heart muscle is always exposed to radiation when cases of mediastinal tumor, carcinoma of the left breast, or bronchial and lung tumor are treated in this region. In view of the importance of this organ, it is surprising how little we know regarding changes that might take place in...
To the Editor:
—May I, through you, thank Dr. Harkness for calling my attention (The Journal, October 22) to the error attributing to Edward the Confessor the statutes quoted in my paper of August 20 dealing with the medical examiner system? We are both in error,...
Ambulant Antituberculosis Dispensaries
Dr. A. Del Bue of Verona discussed recently the organization and the functioning of the bodies that he proposes to call "ambulant antituberculosis dispensaries." These institutions are connected with the Associazione...
To the Editor:
—Through an error in the preparation of my paper, "Studies in the Treatment of Bronchial Asthma" (The Journal, September 17, p. 956), reference to Dr. Nathan S. Schiff's article, "Management of Allergic Phenomena" (Ann. Clin. Med. 5:374 [Oct.] 1926),...
Among the most frequent and characteristic types of defects of the field of vision is the so-called defect in the bundle of nerve fibers which arises as a consequence of the course of the nerve fibers across the retina. From the nasal half of the papilla they extend radially, whereas...
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