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To the Editor:
—May I call attention to a statement in an editorial (The Journal, November 10, p. 1464) which, to me, appears to be erroneous. In the article entitled "The Fuel for Human Power" the following statement is made:
The determination is...
Ten years has elapsed since Huldschinsky1 demontrated that rickets in infants can be cured by ultraviolet irradiation. During this decade hundreds of investigators have confirmed his observation, so that at the present time ultraviolet irradiation is a recognized curative therapeutic...
The International Bureau of Public Health
The regular annual session of the permanent committee of the International Bureau of Public Health, which committee is composed of the official representatives of the forty-eight states or countries participating in this...
A discussion of any type of colon dysfunction is apt to elicit differences of opinion, especially since the lower part of the gastro-intestinal tract has not been as carefully studied as the stomach and duodenum, with the result that our information has not been so accurately summarized....
A few years have passed since Prof. Hans Zinsser wrote the notable essay on the "Perils of Magnanimity," in which he criticized caustically some of the attempts that were being made to control the system of medical education in this country by vast philanthropies which wielded their...
This monograph is written in English. The first section covers an extensive historical view of the whole subject embracing normal bone development and the bone growth; the pathologico-anatomic picture of rickets; the hypotheses of the etiology of rickets; the effects of the introduction...
Apart from a well written article on the bacteria of the Bacillus coli group and their pathogenic significance, this issue is devoted to consideration of various pathogens of the domestic animals. While some details are added and minor changes made there seem to be no important...
During the past two years we have continued our studies on the specific treatment of lobar pneumonia at Bellevue Hospital. This work has been both clinical and experimental. Since the fall of 1926, our interest has been largely confined to investigation of the immunologic properties and...
To the Editor:
—Dr. T. B. Rice (The Journal, November 24, p. 1631) has an interesting and instructive article on rabies in which he makes the observation that a bite of a rabid animal on the lip or the face is extremely dangerous, and also that animals which do not...
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