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The Tubercle Bacillus
Dr. A. C. Fontes submitted to the Medical and Surgical Society some cultures of the tubercle bacillus. These specimens, after being kept for thirty-one months in the ordinary environment, lost completely their growing power. The addition of...
The study of gait by verbal expression of visual impressions has been difficult, laborious and inaccurate. In 1836, the Weber1 brothers reported observations by which they established the fact that, in walking, the trunk and the center of gravity sink to a lower level than when the erect...
Congress of Internal Medicine
The Società italiana di medicina interna held recently in Parma its thirty-third congress. In the opening address the president, Prof. Edoardo Maragliano, discussed specific immunity in infectious diseases and its practical applications...
Pediatricians regard rickets as a universal disorder. Hess and Weinstock1 have recently remarked that although it occurs with by far the greatest frequency among infants and young children in the temperate zones, no country seems to be spared and no climate to confer absolute immunity....
The Prevention of Infectious Diseases
At a meeting of the national baby week council, Prof. H. R. Kenwood, vice president of the council, said that baby week, which had now become a national institution, was an intense week of propaganda having the greatest possible...
Uterotubal insufflation (peruterine tubal insufflation) was devised in November, 1919, and was reported before this section in April, 1920, as a method of determining the fact of tubal patency without the necessity of resorting to a laparotomy.1 It has since undergone several...
To the Editor:
—In reference to a Current Comment (The Journal, Oct. 8, 1927), I was instructed at a general meeting of the American Medical Association of Vienna held Dec. 13, 1927, to ask you to publish this letter.
The article mentioned aptly describes...
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