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Injuries to the spine have always been considered by the profession and the laity alike as grave accidents, presenting possibilities of irreparable injury to the spinal cord, with the attendant symptoms of paralysis, a lingering and distressing illness and death.
The subject of abdominal surgery is extensive, and to discuss it amply in the rather short space of 1,200 pages is a difficult task. This, however, the author accomplishes ably and well. The work is in two volumes.
Volume I, after a preliminary discussion of the surgical anatomy...
Diabetes mellitus is usually diagnosed by finding sugar in the urine with an elevation of the blood sugar content to a point above 140 mg. per hundred cubic centimeters, in addition to clinical symptoms of the disease.
In the case reported here there were typical symptoms of diabetes mellitus...
In experimental studies of the problems presented by acute intestinal obstruction, three main types of obstruction have been dealt with. First, simple blockage of the lumen of the bowel; this type may be divided into high blockage and low blockage. Second, occlusion of the loop of bowel,...
Meeting of the German Pediatric Society in Hamburg
Dr. Loeschke of Mannheim presented a paper on "The Pathology of Pneumonia in Children," in which he brought out that the different structure of the body of the child and the adult occasioned differences in the...
In the last decade accidental injuries have occurred in constantly increasing numbers, as a result of our present-day industrial methods and high speed transportation systems. Among the most important injuries are those sustained by the chest and respiratory organs. The thoracic wall is...
Pediatrics, like those with whom it deals, is live and growing. Each year brings its quota of new methods of diagnosis and treatment. A textbook of pediatrics must be constantly revised in order to keep pace with the new developments. The author of any textbook is presented with another...
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