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Eight years ago the third edition of this excellent work was reviewed. It clearly represents the Dublin method of practice. This edition is welcomed in the obstetrician's library. It has been thoroughly revised by Madill with the assistance of his associates at the Rotunda Hospital. New...
Dr. Joseph Salem Rubin, 1052 West Sixth Street, Los Angeles, writes that the death notice published in The Journal for February 22 did not refer to him. Dr. Rubin is still alive and in practice.
One of us (F. A. G.) has an idiosyncrasy, demonstrable by Boerner's test,1 to quinine, and also to a number of other alkaloids of the cinchona group; namely, cinchonidine, hydroquinine, hydrocinchonidine, cupreine, hydrocupreine, ethylquitenine and ethylhydrocupreine (optochin). All of...
The Eighteenth Amendment prohibits the use of intoxicating liquor for beverage purposes. Congress, however, can restrict the medical and surgical uses of liquor to accomplish the purposes of the amendment. Such restrictions are established more or less broadly in the National Prohibition...
"The child guidance clinic is a community agency for the study and treatment of the whole child. To be sure, the children to whom it ministers come to its care because of disordered habits, troublesome personality traits, or unacceptable behavior—intangible difficulties in the...
Radium Treatment of Cancer of the Uterus
In 1926 the Cancer Research Committee of the London Association of the Medical Women's Federation published an account of the results obtained from the radium treatment of cancer of the uterus at a clinic organized by them and...
This little volume presents the subject of orthopedic surgery to the student in a concise, practical and simple manner which makes it valuable as a handy student reference book for a quick review. It impresses the reader with the proper time to begin massage, the length of time to wear...
The United States sent the first qualified medical woman to India sixty years ago. Since then many women physicians from America, England and other countries have gone to India as missionaries. The Association of Medical Women in India now consists of 281 members, publishes a quarterly...
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