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—The communication of Dr. Donald Lowe in The Journal, July 25 (p. 267), on silicosis and workmen's compensation, and the comprehensive reply, embody a matter of great importance. In Ohio, each compensable occupational disease, of which there are...
This is an outline for international use for standardizing the manner of reporting analytic and other data relative to medicinal waters. A scientific scheme is proposed for classifying and describing waters chemically, physically and medicinally, this information to be made a part of...
This book is written in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the surgical outpatient clinic of the University of Leipzig, of which the author is the present director, and is dedicated to his predecessors. It is intended to fill a gap in the surgical education of general...
Epidemic typhus fever has been a scourge in Europe for many centuries. First differentiated from typhoid by Gerhard1 in Philadelphia in 1837, epidemic typhus has been introduced into our Eastern seaports from time to time in connection with immigration. Tabardillo, or Mexican typhus, has...
Annual Session of the Gynecologic Society
The annual session of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Gynäkologie was held in Frankfort-on-Main, May 26-30, under the presidency of L. Seitz of Frankfort.
CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT OF CHILDBIRTH...
Foreign publishers and foreign authors are apparently beginning to give more and more attention to the physical aspects of successful marriage. In this volume, a distinguished Dutch physician discusses the subject with a sincerity and directness far beyond that available in any other...
The present treatment of diabetes is better than is often thought, and, therefore, one should be slow to depart from standard methods. The average patient who consulted me in January, 1931, had already lived half again as long (6.1 years) as his confrère of January, 1922. Indeed, judged...
The state of pregnancy demands increased secretion of the thyroid gland. If the gland is normal and the supply of iodine in the body is adequate, this increase of thyroid secretion will be sufficient.1 C. H. Mayo and H. S. Plummer2 stated:
A supply of iodine inadequate for the...
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