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The decade just past (1917-1927) has been marked by an intensive drive to establish prenatal clinics, which in the main have been efficiently operated by competent obstetricians, have materially reduced the accidents of labor, and are showing some reduction in the incidence of infection...
The Federal Census of Venereal Patients
According to published statistics of the Reichsgesundheitsamts (bureau of health), the federal census of venereal patients for 1927, toward the compilation of which 93.6 per cent of the questioned general practitioners, 95.5...
This is the first of two volumes constituting an introduction to the study of histology. This volume deals with cytology and a few tissues of the animal body; namely, supporting structures, contractile structures, the elements of blood and lymph, and the vessels that carry them. The...
THE PORTLAND SESSION
The Scientific Exhibit: Special Exhibit of Biochemical Diagnostic Methods
On recommendation and vote of the Advisory Committee of last year, the Committee on Scientific Exhibit has again authorized an exhibit and demonstration of...
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
To the Editor:
—You may be interested in the enclosed correspondence resulting from an excerpt from "Acute Infectious Diseases" by Schamberg and Kolmer, published by Lea and Febiger of Philadelphia, which I sent to Mr. G. Bernard Shaw with the following letter:...
In 1907, Einar1 directed attention to the possible therapeutic value of magnesium sulphate in the treatment of eclampsia. He reported two cases of eclampsia treated successfully with intraspinal injections of that
drug. Rissmann,2 in 1913, described a case of eclampsia similarly...
My attention was called to the desirability of describing my technic of subperiosteal rib resection by the experience of a single day when I operated on two patients with chronic empyema in whom the persistence of the sinus was found to be due to the sequestration of the ends of the ribs. The...
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