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The disagreeable symptoms observed in patients suffering from sensitiveness to pollen vary with the pollen content of the air. In fact, in many districts, symptoms appear at the beginning of the pollen season and disappear completely with the termination of the season. If a patient can...
Compression fracture of the body of the vertebra has been generally recognized for only a short time. Until comparatively recently, lateral views of the spine were not obtained, and therefore up to that time the injury was generally overlooked. Considering how recent is our knowledge, it...
While the place of the as yet undefined substances called vitamins in the human diet is being more widely recognized, their mode of action and other details of their physiologic functions continue to remain obscure. Confusing though the circumstance may be, there is nevertheless a...
Are we, as roentgenologists, waiting too long before making a diagnosis of duodenal ulcer? Are we right in waiting until there is a definite deformity of the bulb before making a diagnosis?
The work I am here presenting I do not claim to be original, nor do I believe it to be...
There was but little significant advancement in the therapy of pernicious anemia from the time that Addison described it in 1855 until the publication in 1926 of the discovery by Minot and Murphy1 that liver contained a principle which stimulated red blood cell formation. These Harvard...
Hospital Survey of America and Great Britain
The Victorian inspector of charities, Mr. R. J. Love, has just completed an investigation of hospitals and other charitable institutions and social activities in New Zealand, Canada, the United States and the British...
The New Mortality Tables for Germany
Since the census of June 16, 1925, the Statistische Reichsamt (federal bureau of statistics) has prepared new mortality tables for the years 1924-1926 and has published the chief results in Wirtschaft und Statistik (No. 12, 1928)....
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