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Science, judgment, experience and surgical skill are the four guardians to safety and success in prostatectomy. Adversity and misfortune are often master teachers and from them we learn much that is valuable. I believe that the urologist has an obligation toward the general surgeon. What...
Australasian Medical Congress (British Medical Association)
Several combined assemblies and daily meetings of fifteen sections considered a wide variety of subjects during the third session of the Australasian medical congress held in Sydney, Sept. 3 to 7, 1929,...
To the Editor:
—In 1928 in the Rivista Italiano di Terapia I reported the results obtained in twelve cases of enarthritis and idio-enarthritis of the knee, treated in 1928 in the Principal Military Hospital in Florence with insufflation of air into the articular...
(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.)
Drs. Phillips and Pinkham...
The Rabbit as a Source of Postvaccinal Encephalomyelitis
In a letter to the British Medical Journal, Dr. Myer Coplans, Col. W. G. King and Sir William Simpson of the Ross Institute for Tropical Diseases point out that the government lymph used in eighteen out of the...
No diagnostic criterion is infallible. Occasionally the most dependable symptom or sign may be absent. When the cardinal signs of a given disease are present, the diagnosis is usually arrived at with facility. When the nature of an ailment remains obscure because of the absence of the classic...
This paper was suggested because mothers as well as scientific investigators frequently inquire "What is the normal age for speech acquirement and what circumstances determine the early acquisition or retardation of speech?" In order to reply to these questions we asked ourselves "What...
To the Editor:
—The editorial comment on the destruction of epinephrine in the body (The Journal, September 21, p. 922) refers to the work of Markowitz and Mann and their conclusion, in harmony with that of Elliott, that epinephrine is destroyed in the thoracic nerve...
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