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Smallpox Vaccination in Infancy
As a result of studies by the investigating commission, to which reference was made previously (The Journal, July 26, p. 280), the public health service sent a circular letter to all physicians of the Netherlands, calling attention to...
Mental Abnormalities in Women, Associated with Reproductive Processes
Prof. Hugo Sellheim, director of the Universitäts-Frauenklinik, in Leipzig, presented recently before the Juristischmedizinische Gesellschaft of Leipzig a paper on "Influence of the Reproductive...
This edition differs only slightly from the fifth. Material on such subjects as undulant fever, Calmette's tuberculosis vaccine, tularemia and diphtheria toxoid has been brought down to date. Of the many books intended for use in the schools of nursing, this one is among the best. It is...
The first reference to agranulocytic angina seems to have been made in 1907, when Turk1 called attention to the low granulocyte count in some cases of severe sepsis. The suggestion apparently did not arouse interest until 1922, when Schultz2 described a number of cases which revealed an...
This work is intended primarily for the medical students at Melbourne University. It presents in a well organized fashion many of the qualitative and quantitative methods in vogue in clinical laboratories. Renal efficiency is well presented from the points of view of urine formation,...
It is quite generally believed that it is not desirable to advise cholecystography in jaundiced patients; in the first place, because nonvisualization usually results, and, in the second place, because the reaction to the dye may be unduly severe.
In the course of the past eighteen months, ten...
I propose to limit my consideration of tumors involving the spinal cord to diagnosis, which is the phase of particular interest to medical men and which has, as its natural sequence, proper treatment. The patient's story is the most important step in diagnosis....
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