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It is just as essential today that the child presenting symptoms referable to the urinary tract be subjected to the same thorough and complete urologic study and examination as the adult.
Kretschmer,1 Bugbee and Wollstein,2 Lowsley and Butterfield,3 Beer,4 Helmholz5 and many...
It was Fallopius1 who, in 1561, while engaged in the study of pelvic anatomy, unearthed for the first time the seminal vesicles. These little reservoirs were then practically lost sight of until the year 1745, when they received their first accusation as a cause of human suffering by the...
Vital Statistics of Prussia
The Prussian Bureau of Statistics has just published the figures showing the changes in the population of Prussia for the first quarter of 1928. The increase in the number of marriages, which has been observed in recent years, is almost...
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The American Medical Association Morning Health Talks and Evening Health Hints from Hygeia
The American Medical Association broadcasts daily at 10 o'clock in the morning, central standard time, over Station...
To the Editor:
—In the issue of October 13 is a communication from Dr. Alfred H. Heald giving a reference to chemical obliteration of varicose veins in 1867.
In the diary of my grandfather William M. Blackford of Lynchburg, Va., under date of Dec. 8, 1863,...
In contrast to previous ideas, accumulating experience in the field of juvenile urology is all convincing that the child, with few exceptions, is subject to the same character of urinary disorders as the adult. Furthermore, interest is drawn to the coexistence in the child and the adult...
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