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This issue is given up to discussions of bacteriologic technic. Koch's famous device of plating to obtain pure cultures and its later modifications are clearly and briefly described. The recent methods of single cell isolation are also treated in a satisfactory manner. An elaborate...
The Use of Ultraviolet Rays by Other than Medical Men
Some time ago the Tribunal de la Seine reached a decision to the effect that the use of ultraviolet rays for the treatment of patients is a medical act which should be reserved by law to the holders of a doctor's...
This is a treatise in Spanish giving the main general facts about epidemic encephalitis, and in particular its incidence and behavior in Argentina. It differs from preceding monographs in giving more space to the psychiatric phases of the chronic stage. One chapter is devoted to the...
In the last two decades there has been a steady growth of interest in the relation of diet to health and disease. Directed primarily toward the proper amounts of protein, fat and carbohydrate, the adequacy of the different proteins and the balance of the various mineral elements, this...
The treatment of metabolic disturbances is facilitated by adjusting the diet to lessen the demands on the mechanism concerned or to provide additional amounts of an essential substance in the absence of which the disease arises. Thus the limitation of carbohydrate in diabetes, the...
If the reviewer has been able by wading through the welter of words in this book to arrive at the real ideas behind them, the latter are:
1. Hippocratic anatomy consisted in becoming familiar by palpation with the "feel" of tissues and organs.
2. Biologic reversion is the...
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