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The College of Surgeons
Arrangements are being made for the primary fellowship examination of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, to be held in Australia in August or September, 1931, provided not less than twenty-five candidates are eligible.
From available publications by deduction the author arrives at the conclusion that cancer is produced by the prolonged contact of living tissue and any substance that is viscous, insoluble in tissue fluids, and toxic. The hyperplasia induced is of a protective nature. These substances...
During the past decade, discussions of postoperative pulmonary complications have concerned themselves for the most part with pathologic processes within the lung itself. As a result of this, surgeons have been confronted with a rapidly changing nomenclature in relation to the pulmonary...
In the majority of herniorrhaphies, either direct or indirect, the chief complicating factor confronting a firm and secure closure is the necessity of making an adequate provision for the transmission of the structures of the spermatic cord. It is on this account that the closure of an...
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The American Medical Association broadcasts at 10 a. m. on Monday, 10:15 on Tuesday, 10:30 on Thursday, and 10 on Saturday, over Station WBBM (770 kilocycles, or...
Conference of Physiologists
The fourth conference of physiologists, held in the city of Charkov, May 20-26, was characterized by many interesting reports. In the plenary sittings of the conference much attention was paid to the questions of weariness and nutrition....
The relative infrequency of the problems of heart disease in the individual practitioner's obstetric experience has led to a somewhat passive attitude on the part of too many physicians toward the subject. It must be admitted that most of the larger series of gravidocardiac patients...
The physician will be amply repaid, whatever attitude he takes on the subject of birth control, if he will carefully consider the contents of Mrs. Robinson's book. Written by a student of economics and not a biased reformer, the book presents facts rather than extravagant speculation....
Hypodermoclysis and intravenous therapy are at present administered by two general methods; namely, by means of the Kelly bottle and by the inverted flask as a reservoir with the necessary connections. Neither method gives complete satisfaction as used at present. Use of the Kelly bottle...
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