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—During the past year much attention has been paid by the medical profession to malta fever or, to use the more familiar American name, undulant fever. It now is admitted by most physicians who have made a study of the subject that this disease is...
The title of this work is no doubt an outlet for a feeling of inferiority for the quality of the verse that composes it. The title is well chosen. The work is clearly neither poetry nor prose. What, then, is it? A few samples will suffice:
Impressions on our brainFrom childhood...
Nasal sinus disease in young children assumes in my mind increased significance each year. The more the nasal sinuses of young children are investigated at autopsy, the more is one impressed with its significance. In children who die from conditions not associated with emaciation or...
It is rather remarkable that the clinical study of blood pressure, a subject on which so much stress has been placed in recent years, should have had its inception only forty-eight years ago in the work of von Basch with the first sphygmomanometer, though Vierordt's1 attempts to measure...
Encephalitis occurring after vaccination against smallpox has been rarely observed in France—much less often than in the more northern regions of Europe, and especially in the Netherlands. M. Netter, the French physician who has studied this...
Failure of an Analyst to Find Arsenic in a Case of Poisoning
Inquests in what is described as the greatest poisoning mystery of this generation have come to a conclusion after an inquiry lasting five months. Mr. Duff, aged 59, a former government official in Nigeria,...
The authors present a complete review of the diseases associated with metabolic disturbances. In this classification are included diseases of the thyroid, pineal, parathyroid and suprarenal glands; nutritional disturbances occurring with obesity, emaciation and diabetes mellitus, and...
The curse of recent medicine is the gigantic, senseless proliferation and prolixity of its periodical literature. It has been the despair of librarians, the enslaver of indexers, the nightmare of classifiers, the bugbear of editors, and, even in Dr. Fletcher's time, was the occasion of...
The inorganic constituents of our diet are only beginning to receive the consideration that they merit. Only recently are scientists realizing the importance for the human economy of small amounts of copper, iron, iodine and other elements of inorganic character. Iodine is absolutely...
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