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The modern physician is aided in his investigations of the human mind and body by numerous assistants who have given special study to the technic of certain fundamental examinations. The psychologist has brought to the medical clinic exact systems of measurement which are of service in...
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
Governor Calls Conference on...
Biochemists have long appreciated the essential fitness of the skin for covering and protecting the body. The skin and its appendages are composed largely of keratin, a protein characterized by its insolubility in all ordinary reagents and by its failure to exhibit the usual chemical...
My object in this paper is to make a plea for the more widespread use of a method of treatment which is not as well known as it deserves to be.
In ordinary lavage of the renal pelvis, the ureteral catheter is withdrawn immediately. If, on the other hand, it is left in place for a...
STRANGULATED INGUINAL HERNIA IN A SIXTEEN DAY OLD INFANT
Richard Joseph White, M.D., Fort Worth, Texas
Strangulated hernia in itself is no curiosity, but its occurrence in a 16 day old infant is very unusual. Dr. William B. Coley, whose experience with...
Restrictions on the Admission of Foreign Students
The senate of the medical faculty of the University of Vienna has adopted a measure with a view to overcoming the difficulties that arise in the study of anatomy. Henceforth, foreign students of medicine who have not...
Pyelography has become quite an important procedure in determining the cause of vague aches and pains in the flank and in the region of the kidney. If, when the pyelogram is being made, the pain is reproduced by distention of the renal pelvis or ureter, and if then the pyelogram shows...
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