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—The last articles in the index of the Klinische Wochenschrift of Oct. 29, 1927, published in The Journal, January 28, page 335, should have read:
Tetaniform Spasms During Synthalin Treatment. G. Perémy.—p. 2100.
In the last ten years great advances have been made in the treatment of hookworm disease. These have been due largely to two factors: the campaign carried out by the International Health Board of the Rockefeller Foundation, making it possible to treat very large numbers of cases and to...
When necessity arises that makes a wide resection of the bladder peremptory, a large number of patients become solicitous as to what the function of the bladder will be after part of it has been removed. This solicitude arises so often that it is a striking feature, and it is because the...
To the Editor:
—May I draw attention to a tendency of book critics—a tendency which finds occasional expression even in the columns of The Journal—to nationalize medical science. It is well illustrated in a review (The Journal, January 7, p. 54) of a book that is...
A multipara, aged 38 at term, complaining of severe abdominal pains, was admitted to the obstetric department of Dr. Joseph Baer, June 8, 1927. The pains, which had started four hours before admission, were located in the upper part of the abdomen and radiated to the right shoulder. She had...
The Congress of Industrial Medicine
The recent Congress of Industrial Medicine, which was a sequel to that of Venice in 1924, was held successively in Parma, Modena and Carpi. The congress was opened at Parma with an address by Professor Gallenga, rector of the...
To determine the value of radium removal of carcinoma of the bladder, I have tabulated the end-results in cases in which five years had elapsed since irradiation; in other words, I am reporting all cases treated up to the end of 1922.
Only cases in which the carcinoma arose from...
The Cultivation of the Tubercle Bacillus in Potable Water
At the Réunion biologique held in Lyons, Fernand Arloing and Dufourt called attention to an observation they had made during their researches on the cultivation of the tubercle bacillus in poor mediums with a...
The ph of the Blood in Eclampsia
According to researches of Henry Beck on blood dialysate of eclampsia patients, the ph in the preeclamptic period does not differ from that of normal pregnancies. However, during the eclamptic attack, or immediately afterward, the...
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