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Identification of Nematode Larvae in Serohemorrhagic Pleural Exudate
Dr. Heitor P. Fróes of Bahia, while examining recently a serohemorrhagic pleural exudate from a patient in the hospital clinic, found a nematode larva which (under the microscope) was seen to move...
Amaas, or Alastrim, in the Netherlands
The Bulletin international d'hygiène publique contained recently a series of official communications from various governmental organizations of the Netherlands on the subject of the epidemic of amaas, or alastrim, that prevails...
It is unfortunate that the good expression social hygiene has become generally limited in this country to questions concerning venereal diseases. As well known, it is used in Germany and other countries in the much broader sense of community hygiene. This publication contains articles on...
A quarter of a century has elapsed since Ambard and his collaborators in France advanced the thesis that there is a direct relationship between the retention of sodium chloride and arterial tension. One outcome of this was a widespread interest in the physiologic effects of so-called...
Previous reviews in these columns of this standard work have all been commendatory, as is this one, for Strümpell's Practice is highly rated wherever medicine is taught and German medical books are read. This position has been won by frequent revisions and endorsement of modern...
This book is designed to aid the general practitioner in the important task of preserving the health of the people not only by preventing disease but also by preventing serious turns and complications in diseases that have been contracted. A statement in the introduction by the editorial...
The administration of oxygen by a catheter inserted in the nose was used in the late war for the treatment of pulmonary edema due to gas poisoning. Introduced by Stokes,1 it was employed with variable results by Douglas,1 Ryle,1 Hamil,1 and Hoover.2 In general, the nasal catheter was...
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