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Exfoliative dermatitis may be caused by innumerable substances, but to date no mention has been made of potassium sulphocyanate, as introduced by Westfall1 in the treatment of essential hypertension, as a causative factor. The case reported here illustrates an unfavorable instance in the use of...
Icterus is present to some extent in nearly all newborn infants. This statement is not intended to imply the necessary occurrence of characteristic yellow coloration of the skin, mucous membranes and fluids of the body with bile pigment, but rather an increase of the latter in the blood...
The first meeting of the American Medical Association which was held in Baltimore, May 2, 1848, occurred at a time when inhalation anesthesia constituted the great advance in medical practice. The Committee on Obstetrics reported that "the anesthetic agents ether and chloroform have now...
To the Editor:
—Regarding the period when the human soul enters the embryo, Dr. Swinton correctly emphasizes (The Journal, September 7, p. 788) that, according to Catholic theologians, it is present from the moment the spermatozoon unites with the ovum. It may be of...
The inflammatory processes which attack the mucous and periosteal lining of the mastoid cells are seldom primary; they generally occur from the extension of an inflammation in the tympanic cavity. An inflammation of the mastoid process is seldom secondary to diseases of the external...
This is a succinct but comprehensive statement of the law as it relates to the practice of dentistry. It should be mastered by all students of dentistry before graduation. Dentists already in practice may find in it much that is new to them as to the legal aspects of their profession....
(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.)
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