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Nontuberculous abscess formation of the renal cortex due to its invasion by pus-producing organisms is of great interest to all doing kidney surgery because of the difficulty of diagnosis resulting from obscure clinical signs and lack of urinary symptoms. The acute hematogenous type...
No treatment for relief of the pain in laryngeal tuberculosis promises so much, yet few therapeutic procedures end so often in complete disappointment, as that of blocking the internal laryngeal nerve.
When one is called on to treat the patient with advanced throat disease a problem at once...
The material of this volume consists of a report of eleven lectures given at the James Mackenzie Institute by surgeons and internists. It embraces practical discussions of various features of gastro-intestinal disease. The relation of foci of infection in the mouth to eye conditions is...
In 1923 when we succeeded in demonstrating for the first time that exposure of a rat's ration to ultraviolet radiation could make it growth-promoting and bonecalcifying, we foresaw the possibility of the commercial irradiation of foods. Scientifically, however, being primarily impressed...
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—I have used a variety of instruments especially designed for irrigation of the antrum and found the Lichtwitz needle very satisfactory. For the last two years however, I have used almost exclusively a spinal tap needle for this purpose, because it can...
Few physicians are able to have in their own libraries original volumes by the great pioneers who have mapped the routes in any of the special fields of medicine. Professor Long has collected in one volume, beautifully printed and handsomely illustrated, sections from the works of many...
In this volume have been collected a number of the occasional papers of Mr. Crawley, author of the "Mystic Rose," these papers having to do with the atavistic forms of various sexual performances. There are chapters on chastity among savages, forms of love, the practice of anointing,...
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