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Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
Prof. Gustavo Singer delivered recently before the Accademia medica of Genoa an address on the treatment of diabetes mellitus by means of irritating substances. During the past five years the speaker has made clinical and experimental...
Since the syndrome of agranulocytic angina was first described by Schultz1 in 1922, attention has been called to a variety of conditions other than angina associated with an agranulocytic blood picture. In some cases there is a depression not only of the granular elements of the bone marrow but...
Life is beset with hazards. We all recognize some of them and we do not fear them unreasonably. Sensible people are aware that appreciation of what constitutes danger and what precautions will make an otherwise dangerous proceeding safe offers a greater measure of security than the...
(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.)
This case is being reported because of the age (7 months), history and rapid recovery of the patient.
M. N., a girl, was admitted to the Home for Friendless Babies, Aug. 17, 1930. Her birth date was Feb. 17, 1930. She was a well nourished, breast fed baby, weighing 17 pounds 3 ounces (7.8 Kg.)....
M. K., a man, aged 52, was referred to me, March 16, 1931, with a diagnosis of gastric or duodenal ulcer of fifteen years' duration. The patient complained of alternating dull and sharp pains in the epigastrium, coming on about one hour after eating and relieved by the taking of sodium...
From Jan. 1, 1927, to July 1, 1930, there were 1,280 undergraduate nurses on duty in the Cook County Hospital. Practically all were exposed at some time in their stay to scarlet fever and diphtheria. The majority were tested for susceptibility to scarlet fever and diphtheria and...
The story of the rôle of iron in nutrition has become familiar to the public as well as to the medical profession. Red blood cells, with all that they represent for human well being, and iron have become firmly associated in the public mind. The fact that the element is a constituent of...
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