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(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
—Dr. Theodore E....
To the Editor:
—The editorial writer who reviewed the subject of agranulocytic angina in The Journal, November 8, made one mistake. I believe the first case on record to be one that I reported in American Medicine (3:649 [April 19] 1902). As this case was studied...
A vast and growing literature on diaphragmatic hernia, larger than the incidence of the condition would seem to warrant, attests a keen interest in this condition. Once rated as extremely rare, it is now considered more often among diagnostic alternatives because of the publicity it has...
Nearly a hundred years has elapsed since Graves, in 1835, called attention to a condition commonly termed Graves' disease in English-speaking countries and morbus basedowi on the continent. In more recent years it has been classified with disorders of the thyroid gland under the...
This is an extensive monograph dealing with various hypertensive states. All the factors dealing with normal and abnormal hypertension are considered in a clear and orderly fashion. The author quotes extensively from the literature and gives his own opinion, which may or may not agree...
CONTRIBUTIONS TO PERSHING MEMORIAL
Numerous physicians have sent in their contributions to the fund for the decoration and maintenance of the Medical Salon in Pershing Hall in Paris. The total sum thus far received is $721.10. It is hoped that many additional...
A Physicians' Court of Ethics
A law became effective in March, 1929, which provides for the establishment of an ethical court at the ministry of health and at the medical societies. The regulations of the medical societies provide that the president, treasurer,...
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