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Cancer is so common in occurrence, so widespread in distribution, so varied in manifestations, that it is important to the clinician, whatever his line of work may be. The general opinion that primary lung tumors are among the rare forms of cancer has persisted for centuries. Today,...
Refrigerating systems may be discussed from two angles, the fire hazard and the health hazard. The code of ordinances of the city of New York relating to these systems is, with several exceptions which will be discussed in detail, adequate to safeguard life and property. The laws of New...
This issue is a continuation of the section on technical methods and procedures (Lieferung 30). It will be found invaluable by all practical laboratory workers. There is a richly illustrated article on animal experimentation. The chapter on enrichment and concentration methods will be...
ANNUAL CONGRESS ON MEDICAL EDUCATION, MEDICAL LICENSURE AND HOSPITALS
Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting, held in Chicago, Feb. 17, 18 and 19, 1930
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COUNCIL ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND HOSPITALS
This monograph begins with a discussion of our conceptions of the anatomic, physiologic and physicochemical factors concerned in the production of the normal arterial pressure. The influence of the sympathetic nervous system in regulating blood pressure is stressed. An interesting...
Since Charcot's original description1 of the arthropathy which bears his name, an enormous number of articles have been written. There are many hundreds of individual case reports and a number of case analyses of smaller groups of cases relating to some particular phase of the subject....
About forty years ago a station for continuous baths was opened in the Allgemeine Krankenhaus in Vienna by the dermatologist Hebra. In spite of the fact that these baths have proved to be a most valuable therapeutic agent in the treatment of many diverse diseases, they are practically...
A number of recoveries from meningitis have been reported in the literature, but in cases in which the diagnosis of a suppurative meningitis has been substantiated by the recovery of the causative organism in two or more lumbar punctures, the number of reputed recoveries is greatly...
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