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The successful treatment and healing of gastric ulcers involves many factors of uncertainty, reflected in the multiplicity of suggestions from therapeutists. For example, a recent writer asserts that the establishment of proper habits of eating, the avoidance of notoriously irritating...
Medicine and the State: Chief Health Officer's Apologia for Medical Socialism
At a public health conference held in London, Sir Arthur Newsholme, late principal medical officer of the local government board—now the ministry of health, gave an address on medicine and...
The medical literature of recent years abounds in minute descriptions of tumors in and around the eye. I have thought, however, that my own observations and results might be of some value to my younger confrères whose experiences await them.
Most intra-ocular tumors are...
Melanotic sarcoma of the conjunctiva, since the first case reported by Baumgarten1 in 1852, has been described in the literature of ophthalmology and cannot now be considered a clinical rarity, although Roemer2 states that "sarcoma of the conjunctiva is a very rare disease." However, the...
In this well known book, all the tests applicable to various methods and instruments used in refraction are given in detail and well explained. The chapter on muscles deals chiefly with phorias, paralysis of the eye muscles being only enumerated. The author describes his own method of...
The author of this work is one of the best known English laryngologists who has contributed many excellent articles on rhinology and allied subjects. In this monograph much of the space is devoted to the subject of focal sepsis, or focal infections. Beginning with an historical survey of...
My object in this paper is to report unusual complications that may occur, directly or indirectly, as the result of prostatectomy. These observations were recorded during the postoperative convalescence of 200 prostatectomized patients.
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I practice otolaryngology. My observations are entirely clinical. Some of them may interest some of you: for instance, vocal nodules, either in young children or in adults, a retention cyst, and the earliest manifestation of cancer are the only tumors that grow from the free edge of the...
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