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Since it is always a good practice to take an inventory of the progress of one's art, this rather modest volume deserves attention. The author limits himself principally, though not entirely, to the advances made in England and in America. Because of limitation of space and multiplicity...
The desirability of a dependable laboratory test for the diagnosis of pregnancy has been recognized for a long time. The Abderhalden serum reaction, although giving great promise at first, has been abandoned on account of its unreliability. Other procedures, such as the epinephrine test,...
The 1927 Status of Krankenkassen Organized Under Federal Law
In number 12 of Wirtschaft und Statistik, the federal bureau of statistics publishes a report on the financial status of the federally constituted krankenkassen, for the year 1927. Unfortunately, the report...
To the Editor:
—In a communication (The Journal, November 24, p. 1654) regarding the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the writer says that "specialism is practically unsupervised except in the field of Otolaryngology." I should like to call the attention...
To the Editor:
—I noticed in The Journal, November 10, an inquiry about the preparation and preservation of convalescent poliomyelitis serum. As you may receive other inquiries of the same kind, I am sending you a copy of the directions we are issuing for its...
The clavicle is one of the most frequently broken bones in the body. Statistics show that from 5 to 10 per cent of all fractures occur in the clavicle. Factors that contribute to this frequency are chiefly concerned with the anatomy of the parts as well as the position of the bone with...
Physicians supervising a large group of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis uniformly dread the appearance of dyspeptic symptoms. Their concern is deepest when the abdominal ailment exhibits itself as bowel malfunction. Clinical experience and operative and necropsy studies have...
This small but quite ample book is intended chiefly for medical students to cure them of their fear of writing prescriptions, which a thorough study of the book would be well calculated to do. A hasty survey, however, would be more apt to increase the fear.
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