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In this excellent monograph the author has successfully carried out his plan, as indicated in the preface, to give a complete account of the chemistry and distribution in nature of creatine and creatinine and to try to evaluate fairly the present views as to the physiologic significance...
This issue of the third edition of the monumental German Handbuch contains four articles. The one on streptococcus by Lingelsheim, who wrote the corresponding article for the second edition, is well organized and represents, in the main, prevailing opinions. In view of the importance of...
Williams1 has stated that he believes more lives can be saved by the recognition and treatment of syphilis early in pregnancy than by any other single agent. His analysis of deaths of premature and full term babies, including both stillbirths and deaths during the first two weeks of...
The main feature of interest in this book is the emphasis laid by the author on the use of the roentgen ray as a means of determining the existence of mitral stenosis and the progress of the lesion. Changes in the size and contour of the heart and its various chambers, as well as in the...
—In the list of changes in the faculty of Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, noted in The Journal, August 18, p. 506, Dr. Roy W. Scott was said to have resigned as professor of medicine. Dr. Scott resigned as professor of medicine, school of pharmacy, a position...
This is a brief and concise description of surgical anatomy. The various regions of the body are considered separately with especial regard to operative surgery. The author has pointed out how the proper choice of many surgical procedures is dependent on a thorough knowledge of anatomic...
The Rockefeller Gift to the "University City," Paris
Mr. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., has made a gift of $2,000,000 to the "University City." His secretary, Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick, has acquainted Senator Honnorat, the president of that institution, with the terms of the...
The experiments here reported were undertaken with a view of ascertaining the relative efficiency of mercurochrome (especially the 2 per cent aqueous solution) and iodine solutions as disinfectants of the surface of the mucous membranes of the mouth. A further reason has been the general...
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