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To the Editor:
—An author naturally is pleased to see editorial comment on one of his papers. However, that pleasure is sadly marred when he finds that the editorial, as happened with the editorial entitled "Heart Tire" in The Journal, October 6, attributes to him an...
The treatment of lobar pneumonia with a specific antibacterial serum has been under discussion for many years. It is now the opinion of those having no recent experience with the antibacterial serum that it is somewhat useful in type I cases, of doubtful value in type II cases, and...
While the clinician may be justified in laying the phenomenon of arterial hypertension at the door of the physiologist or pathologist, it is none the less incumbent on him to carry on his own investigations. When the real cause of hypertension is at last brought forth, it is the...
The Birth Control Problem
Birth control in this country does not seem to be so important a problem as in England and America, though the authorities have recently established consultative centers to determine to what extent it is practiced, and if there is a greater...
The Congress of Alienists and Neurologists
The Congrès des aliénistes et médecins neurologues was held, this year, at Antwerp. The papers to be presented and the scientific reputations of the men selected to open the discussions attracted a large number of...
One of my earliest recollections in the practice of medicine is as follows:
A medical friend of mine on withdrawing from practice to enter laboratory work asked me to look after his family, including an elderly gentleman, his grandfather. The latter was a retired builder who...
The value of irradiation in the treatment of cancer of the cervix can no longer be questioned. Greenough's1 report of the conclusions of a special committee of the American College of Surgeons establishes it on an equal footing with surgery, and the rather surprising comparative figures...
This volume, written primarily for the layman, discusses the functions of the thyroid gland and its diseases. Exophthalmic goiter is conceived to be a pluriglandular disease with involvement of the involuntary nervous system and distinct from other types of hyperthyroidism. The author...
In nature, the various species of animals appear to thrive on food chosen by instinct. The food materials thus selected cover a wide range. Their variety is attested by the fact that some species are herbivorous, some carnivorous, and others omnivorous; yet somehow the result of their...
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