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This edition, which appears five years after the first, has been increased in size from 221 pages to 360 pages and contains sixty-one more illustrations. The bibliography has been expanded and made as nearly complete as possible. The expansion of the book has been sound and is justified,...
A distinguished American physiologist has recently reported the results of painstaking investigations that demonstrate clearly how little energy is consumed, in terms of requisite food fuel, during the progress of an hour's intensive intellectual effort. The added calory need for such an...
Much is being written today on the public health aspects of the undulant fever problem. A recently published bulletin of the California Department of Public Health12 on this subject, prepared by the University of California committee for the study of this disease, is timely. It covers...
The De Paul Sanitarium in New Orleans, an institution for the treatment of nervous and mental disorders, is advantageously situated in regard to climate and for securing malarial organisms. Rarely is it necessary to wait any prolonged period of time before obtaining the tertian type of...
The painstaking character of the author's previous works would naturally lead the reader to expect a continuation of his attention to the "little things" of chest diagnosis. A perusal of the book here presented has not been disappointing in this regard. The author, however, admits that...
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The red marrow of the bones makes erythrocytes, granular leukocytes and platelets. In agranulocytosis, the factory that makes the granulocytes has shut down. The life of this cell in the normal conditions of health is three days or more,1 and from three to five days by other evidences....
In this issue there are two detailed, comprehensive, well illustrated articles on spirochetes, one on the varieties usually regarded as pathogenic, the other on the saprophytic species. Each comprises about fifty pages. In a treatise already swollen to quite unmanageable financial...
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