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In 1915 a woman came to the surgical service of the Johns Hopkins Hospital for resection of the colon, because of chronic and intractable constipation. Her history was an interesting one. In 1910, she had had an appendical attack followed by an operation for removal of the appendix. A...
Among the large number of volumes on marriage, only two are based on case studies. The extensive social investigation by Katherine Davis1 and the intensive psychologic inquiry by Gilbert Hamilton2 elect to omit many of the medical and physical aspects of wedlock. A...
Second International Hospital Congress in Vienna
The second International Hospital Congress, which met in Vienna in June, brought a large number of medical men from thirty-four different countries to this city to discuss problems of management, building and...
The inorganic metals have apparently received little attention in immunology. Recent investigations by Locke and Main1 would indicate that copper and iron are extremely important in toxin production. Iron is known as the chief catalyst of cellular respiration in aerobic animals. Copper...
The author of this monograph has used a most apt and inclusive term for what physicians have been in the habit of calling rheumatic fever. He emphasizes the wide variety of visceral and peripheral manifestations, functional, as well as organic disturbances, and the variations in severity...
This is a comprehensive yet simple dictionary covering the fields of chemistry, botany, zoology, physiology, medicine, anatomy, mineralogy, metallurgy and electrical, structural, industrial and chemical engineering. The chemical and technical scientific terms defined far outnumber all...
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