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Typhoid meningitis is a rare complication of typhoid. There have been only thirty-three cases of typhoid meningitis reported in the literature. Statistics of the medical clinic of the Johns Hopkins Hospital show that out of 2,768 cases of typhoid there have been five cases of typhoid meningitis....
Diaphragmatic hernia is not a rare lesion as is generally supposed, but it was a rare clinical observation until the advent of the roentgen ray. The symptomatology is now so sufficiently well established and the knowledge of its occurrence such an evident fact that consideration of it...
To the Editor
—May I be permitted to correct an erroneous impression that, it seems to me, is conveyed by your editorial "The Composite Nature of Vitamin B" (The Journal, Dec. 10, 1927).
Among other things, this editorial states that "Chick and Roscoe have...
Infant Mortality During the First Days of Life, and Its Relation to Welfare Work in Bavaria
The following data were gathered from an interesting article by Medizinalrat Dr. Seiffert of Munich: About one third of the deaths of infants in Bavaria in 1923 occurred...
Medical poets appear not infrequently in the profession. The author of the collection was long a practitioner of Illinois, a former assistant of Dr. Willard Parker, and a competent physician. He had a gift for rhyming, based apparently on an extensive vocabulary and a philosophy of life...
Dr. Bailey's Address New York.
—In the article by Drs. Harold Bailey and H. C. Williamson entitled "Trial Labor as a Procedure in Treatment of Patients with Contracted Pelves" (The Journal, December 17, p. 2085) Dr. Bailey's address is given as Springfield, Mo. Dr....
The great problems in the control of heart disease in children are the determination of the unknown factors in etiology and the methods of prevention of chorea, rheumatic fever and other infections which are generally assumed to be present before the heart valves are involved....
Lime Salts in the Treatment of Tuberculosis
Dr. Delore of Lyons has lodged a vigorous protest against the belief that lime salts are of value in the treatment of tuberculosis. By experiments on animals, Delore established that lime salts do not modify in any manner...
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