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While hundreds of papers on the streptococci are published each year, many questions on the specificity and toxigenic power of these organisms remain in dispute. The immunologic research has, however, a definite trend. In a recent address before the Society of American Bacteriologists,...
This report is the first of a series dealing with an investigation of the physical conditions surrounding maternity and infancy in the city of Berkeley, Calif. The study was started in October, 1927, at which time I was assistant professor of child hygiene in the University of...
Physicians have long known of the pallor of aortic insufficiency and of the "languor of the arterial circulation causing the extremities and surface to be chilly"1 in heart failure. The recent interest in peripheral blood flow led to the discovery that in aortic regurgitation the skin...
Bullock and Fildes,1 in their monograph on hemophilia, gave a critical review of all reports in the literature dealing with the transmission of this disease. They supported the law promulgated by Nasse2 in 1820 that hemophilia was transmitted only through the female members of affected families...
Forced Feeding and Medical Ethics
A woman who was the director of a large bank was arrested recently, soon after the announcement of the bank's failure, charged with swindling and fraudulent manipulations. She spent a year in jail awaiting trial and then decided, in...
A National Medical Service: Extension of Medical Socialism
The national health insurance act was a great step in medical socialism and in spite of its grave defects, medical socialism is being extended. Another great step is the systematic medical inspection and...
An eminent surgeon has recently described one of the many ways of draining an empyema of the thorax by valve action. He graphically illustrates the advantages of this method and shows how "on inspiration the cavity tends to become emptied of its contents, purulent material and air," and...
A girl, aged 8 years, with irrelevant history, during the past winter had had occasional attacks of pain in both ears, with more in the left.
April 28, she was awakened from sleep about 11 o'clock with sharp pains in the left ear. The family physician saw her the next morning and on the second...
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