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A diagnosis of fat embolism is only occasionally made during life. Severe fat embolism, however, gives rise to two distinct clinical pictures, which are associated with definite pathologic lesions. The pulmonary type is characterized by a marked obstruction of the arterioles and...
The authors describe in detail an apparatus for the application of gamma rays by distant irradiation. The method has been used for the last three years. The apparatus permits the treatment of two patients at the same time, a procedure used first by Mallet and Colier in 1925. The...
Bromine has remained one of the most interesting and puzzling chemical elements in medicine, especially as regards the more or less specific central actions of bromide ions. The efficiency of sodium or potassium bromide in epilepsy has been sometimes regarded as a matter of saturation of...
Although the researches of the past twenty years have exposed many of the complicated secrets of acute anterior poliomyelitis, there are still certain key points which remain unsolved. Of these the most pressing are, first, the exact way or ways of transmission; second, the sure...
In 1830, the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland founded a library. Last year the faculty prepared a centennial exhibit to visualize the period in Baltimore at the time of the founding of the library. Prints of Baltimore of that period were lent for the occasion, the...
To the Editor:
—The clinical biography of ward patients in hospitals is normally constituted of three parts: (a) the purely medical and nursing bedside record, which is an historical outline in syllogistic order of the progress of the malady from the pathologic point...
(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. Albert F....
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