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—In The Journal, July 12, Harris and Hauser published their paper on "Bromide Intoxication," in which success therapeutically depended on the replacement of bromine ions by chlorine ions; in this connection may I direct credit for originality where, I...
An extensive literature has accumulated on the classification and interpretation of diseases of lymphatic origin. Cutaneous reactions occur in both general types of leukemia but are notably more common in the lymphatic variety.
Cutaneous and subcutaneous changes are occasionally...
Sept. 25, 1930.
Self-Destruction in Twenty Years in Spain
Dr. Miguel España has prepared statistics on suicide in. Spain in the period from 1907 to 1927. The rate in 1927 was 100 per million of population, which gives a total figure of 2,300 suicides for the...
Galli defines a neurosis as a disease situated in the smaller blood vessels with material lesions that are physical or chemical, as a rule entirely reparable, leaving no anatomic residue. A neurosis is in close relation with the psyche and gives rise to many subjective and objective...
Polycystic kidneys are always spectacular, on account of their unusual size, the fact that nine out of ten are bilateral, and the limitations of surgery that can be safely employed.
The occurrence of calculi in this type of kidney is scarcely mentioned in the literature. Thomas1 reported a case...
The authors base their work on twenty years' experience with diseases of the genito-urinary tract in children. The preliminary chapter is devoted to the symptomatology of genitourinary disease in young life. The technic of cystoscopy and pyelo-ureterography is discussed in some detail....
This case of aconitine poisoning is reported primarily to acquaint physicians with the possibility of its unsuspected occurrence. There are probably other cases of mild and severe aconitine poisoning throughout the United States which are being overlooked. Aconitine is a drug that finds little...
Charles Nicolle is a great investigator in the field of infectious diseases. In 1928 he was awarded the Nobel prize in medicine for his work on typhus fever. He played a decisive part in the demonstration of the value of convalescent serum, notably in typhus. In this book, which is one...
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