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Advanced tuberculosis is again being approached from the standpoint of nutritional therapy. Recent studies from Sauerbruch's surgical clinic in Munich urge the curative value of a base-forming dietary low in sodium chloride, protein and carbohydrate and rich in fats and vitamins. This...
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...
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...
Mental hygiene is a phase of prophylactic medicine. It is not primarily concerned with mental deficiency, insanity or the epilepsies so far as these pathologic conditions are concerned, even though mental hygienists must deal with children thus afflicted. Mental hygiene is more concerned...
Gonorrhea of the anus and rectum is not at all a rare disease, yet I think it is a disease that has been too much overlooked in the past. I find that many urologists do not appreciate the fact that it is of fairly frequent occurrence and I think that the proctologists themselves do not...
We have been able to secure records of fifty cases of coccidioidal granuloma out of a possible fifty-four which have occurred since 1916 at the Los Angeles County General Hospital. These have been carefully studied in an attempt to establish more fully some generally accepted ideas with...
The case reported here appears to me to be of particular interest since I am unable, after a careful and complete search of the literature, to find a report of a case of gas bacillus infection following tonsillectomy.
REPORT OF CASE
A white American woman, aged 31, divorced, a stenographer, was...
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...
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