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The relative mass of muscle tissue in the body is so large that the nature of the chemical changes occurring in it dominates the metabolic picture of the whole organism. Thus the combustion of foodstuffs taking place in the muscle is responsible for the traditional conception of the...
Serum Prophylaxis of Measles
Dr. Fernandes Figueira reported to the National Academy of Medicine his experience in a measles epidemic in a children's home. Thirty-six inmates were already attacked and six were considered as suspicious. Twenty-one were treated with...
The rarity of the Graham Steell murmur and especially the rarity of its confirmation by postmortem examination, together with the confused ideas as to its occurrence and significance in the minds of most physicians, show the need of such a case report as that which follows.
Several years ago Webb1 and his co-workers called attention to a new method of treating pulmonary tuberculosis; namely, "postural rest." The absence of further reports since that time leads us to believe that this method has not received the recognition it deserves. We offer this brief...
To the Editor:
—I have read with interest the article by Dr. Lucius E. Burch of Nashville, Tenn., in The Journal, January 21. While his procedure may be efficient in the treatment of cervical gonorrheal infections, I cannot see how it can be considered applicable to...
In the AtlanticMedical Journal, December, 1927, page 141, is published an article by Harold A. Miller and D. B. Martinez, entitled "Liver Extract in the Toxemias of Pregnancy." The paper was abstracted in The Journal, February 4, page 417, but apparently the abstract was misleading and...
Colonic disease occurs in tuberculosis, syphilis, amebiasis, neoplasms, achylia gastrica, pernicious anemia, sprue, pellagra, exophthalmic goiter, Addison's disease, actinomycosis, chronic uremia and mercury and arsenic poisoning. In the present discussion, these diseases will be omitted...
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