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Since the appearance of the first edition of MacKee's book, in 1921, the volume has been considered among the most important contributions made by American dermatologists to the literature of the specialty. A perusal of the second edition strengthens this conviction. The present volume...
Copeland and Notton, working in the Laboratories of Pharmacology and Chemistry, Cambridge, England, have reported on the borates of various local anesthetics, under the title "The Borocaines: A New Class of Local Anesthetics."1 The general claim is made that the borocaines are less toxic...
— The caption "Hexylresorcinol as General Anesthetic" appearing in The Journal, Dec. 3, 1927, p. 1997, should read "Hexylresorcinol as General Antiseptic."
The master of bronchoscopy has brought forth here all the essentials of endoscopy. Following a detailed chapter on the instrumentarium used, and the anatomy of the larynx and trachea, he discusses the preparation of patients for endoscopy. The various phases of anesthesia for...
Ringworm of the hands and feet usually begins, and persists for a long time, as a subacute inflammatory process in the interdigital spaces between the three outer toes. Usually this consists simply of an excess of thickened horny epidermis with some moisture between the toes, and with some...
This little book, while intended mainly for the general practitioner, will in many ways do well for the specialist in otolaryngologic work. The author believes in the early performance of paracentesis in acute otitis media as a means of preventing deafness or prolonged suppuration. He...
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