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This is an authoritative textbook based on the author's presentation of the subject to premedical students. It has a number of new features; especially commendable are the treatment of cytology in general and the place of the germ cells in it, the discussions of experimental work with...
The author is a distinguished English anatomist who has been working on sensation for the last decade or more. This little book adequately summarizes and discusses the problem of peripheral sensations so that those who would have a general picture of the problems will find it easier to...
Mycotic hand eruptions frequently accompany similar ones on the feet. To explain this, Williams1 and Bloch2 independently advanced the hypothesis that the lesions on the hands, which are usually free of fungi, are dermatophytids secondary to foci on the feet which contain the organisms....
This report describes an investigation of vitamin C in various varieties of apples and the effects of maturity, soil, age of tree, storage and temperature on the vitamin content. The results are reported of experiments for the detection of any possible correlation between the...
The functions of the nervous system involve an intricate maze of activities: the physiologic adjustment of our body to its environment, with association, correlation and synchronization of the various activities of our several organs and our conscious or mental life. A complete...
Venoclysis is a term which I1 have employed to designate a method for the biologic and continuous administration of physiologic and therapeutic solutions directly into the blood stream. The rate of the flow is regulated so that it will enter the blood stream in accordance with an...
Many features about the body weight are far from being adequately understood. One frequently hears it stated that the body weight is primarily the result of a sort of physiologic bookkeeping, representing the balance between the intake and the outgo of matter. This is determined in turn...
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