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Despite the advances that have been made in recent decades in the practical aspects of the artificial feeding of infants, pediatric advice still stresses the preference for breast milk whenever conditions make its use possible. When Mrs. Rose12 wrote "Happy the baby who enjoys his...
This volume is a decided improvement over the first atlas issued by the author in 1910. It is profusely illustrated with natural color plates illustrating all of the more common diseases that can be diagnosed by the use of the anoscope, the proctoscope and the sigmoidoscope. Methods of...
This case is reported, not because of its rarity, but to draw attention again to a fatal ending of an apparently benign process.
REPORT OF CASE
Mrs. A. A., aged 54, white, a housewife, had always enjoyed good health. She weighed about 240 pounds (109 Kg.) and was 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm.) tall....
Army Medical Bulletin 23, a book of more than a thousand pages, elucidates such problems in military preventive medicine as sewage treatment and disposal, the protection of the water and food supplies and the prevention of diseases transmitted by insects. This bulletin shows what can be...
The format, print and illustrations of this book are attractive. The author regards acute yellow atrophy of the liver as a distinct disease caused by a specific agent, most likely infectious in nature. Syphilis, pregnancy and other conditions believed to cause acute yellow atrophy are...
The syndrome which came to be known as Schönlein-Henoch's purpura was called to attention by Henoch1 in 1874. He reported five cases, all in young persons, in which cutaneous eruptions and articular swellings were followed by colic, vomiting, intestinal hemorrhage, pain and moderate...
This is a compilation and digest of laws relating to the dead human body. The law does not specifically define what a dead human body is. It uses the term synonymously with corpse, and by inference rather than by direct statement looks on the latter as the body of a human being whose...
The French Congress of Hygiene
The French Congress of Hygiene, which is organized regularly every year by the Société de médecine publique et de génie sanitaire, was held in the large amphitheater of the Pasteur Institute in Paris, October 20. The opening address was...
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