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This book is prepared in the form of lessons intended for beginners who wish to become familiar with medical bacteriologic technic. It is simply and accurately written, and, although it will find little sale in this country, it should be of service in French-speaking parts of the world....
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
A review of the recent literature shows that cicatricial changes in the wall of the ureter have assumed greater clinical significance than was formerly recognized. Hunner1 deserves much credit for bringing out this point, although not all of his observations are generally accepted. In...
In this volume, the life of Laënnec is dealt with in such a way as to be of interest to the general reader. His birth and family, boyhood and school life, study of medicine, study in Paris, practice, illness and death are discussed in a scholarly way and in sufficient detail to make the...
These volumes are the first completed of a new system of psychiatry, which is planned to comprise ten volumes, edited by Bumke and written by the most eminent psychiatrists of Germany. The outline of the work shows that it will probably be a complete and valuable modern work on...
Disorders Involving the Pulmonary Artery
An article by M. Thomas on the disorders involving the pulmonary artery is a contribution to an important subject opened up by Laubry, one of the masters of French cardiology, and focuses attention on a very complex and...
I have no desire to add to the already too voluminous nomenclature of nonsuppurative arthritis; but the combination of symptoms here described is so little known, the sufferings of the patients have been so great, the relief afforded by the proper recognition and treatment has been so...
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