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In the South is frequently seen a symptom complex that is exhibited with striking uniformity by an apparently heterogeneous group of diseases. This complex includes an anemia of variable degree, sore tongue, gastro-intestinal disturbances, cord changes perhaps, and achlorhydria. Any one...
In this review the subject has been thoroughly covered from the scientific literature of several languages and advantageously arranged in such fashion as to be invaluable to any worker in this field of ophthalmology or physiology. There is a complete bibliography containing more than 800...
Elsewhere in this issue appears a special article relative to the campaign conducted in recent years by one Howard W. Ambruster against the Food and Drug Administration of the United States Department of Agriculture and against the officials of the American Medical Association. In his...
It has been shown by Levy that cats under chloroform anesthesia are likely to develop extrasystoles of varying types, especially when the concentration of vapor is 2 per cent or less. The extrasystoles were found to be of all grades, from isolated ectopic beats to complete tachycardia of...
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
Nasal reflexes are here considered systematically and in detail. Beginning with the anatomy and physiology of the nasal mucous membrane, the author describes the nose as a reflex organ. Animal experiments are described and later nasal manipulation and treatments are recited showing their...
To the Editor:
—In The Journal, June 7, page 1849, is an account of the new Meharry Medical School at Nashville, in which one significant and interesting point is emphasized. Meharry, which has long had a reputation for good and faithful work in the education of...
Criticism of Sterilizing Methods
Dr. Robineau, surgeon to the Hôpital Necker, gave a lecture recently on the value of methods commonly employed for the sterilizing of instruments and operative equipment. He criticized especially the use of dry heat. He has no...
With the advancement of spinal cord surgery and the development of more precise indications and methods of radiotherapy, it is of practical importance to have more precise knowledge of the relationship between so-called syringomyelia and tumors of the spinal cord. By means of well...
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