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To the Editor:
—I wish to express to you my appreciation of the editorial on page 1238 of the April 19 issue of The Journal concerning undulant fever, particularly those parts relating to the advantages of pasteurized milk over unpasteurized.
It is axiomatic in orthopedic surgery that an advanced destructive tuberculous process in a joint can never be said to be cured except when ankylosis has occurred; in the absence of ankylosis there is never any certainty that relapse will not occur. This axiom is more applicable to...
The origin of the gases in the gastro-intestinal tract, their passage, absorption and expulsion, are large themes and will not be presented here. One phase, viz., air swallowing, or aerophagy, will be discussed with particular reference to the clinical features.
Air swallowing is...
Although the anomaly of metabolism known as cystinuria has long been recognized, one cannot study the literature of this "chemical malformation" without encountering persistent and confusing contradictions. Most conspicuous, perhaps, are the occasional discrepancies between the urinary...
Our five years' experience with immunization against scarlet fever by the Dick method in the Gary schools indicates its effectiveness in lessening the number of cases and also the deaths.
The health records show that during the five years previous to the beginning of scarlet fever immunization...
The marked complexity and notable instability of preparations of ergot have baffled chemists as long as they have been interested in this important drug. In the extracts from ergot there have been found oils, plant acids, resins, coloring matter, carbohydrates, proteins, amino-acids,...
The method used in making up suggested menus for "reducing" diets and for "high caloric" diets might also be used for the low protein diet.
GENERAL SUGGESTIONS FOR A LOW PROTEIN DIET
The exact formula for this corrective diet should be prescribed for each individual by the physician. He will...
This is an epitome of the principles of surgery, including the ordinary surgical diseases. A discussion of the pyogenic bacteria is followed by a chapter on inflammation and specific types of infection. There is a short chapter on antiseptics, tissue necrosis and shock. Injuries,...
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