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Arthritis as a disease of uncertain etiology is obeying the law that history repeats itself. As in the case of most other diseases, arthritis has gone through a long period of clinical observation and therapeutic trial and error. Numerous theories have been advanced concerning the...
The increasing recognition of the importance of ray therapy in treating children's diseases induced the authors to rewrite their textbook in order to adjust it to the latest accomplishments in this line of work. In an introductory chapter the physical fundamentals of ultraviolet rays are...
The toxic action of thallium was first noted in 1865 by Lamy.1 Thallium has had its widest use in recent years as a rodent poison. For this purpose it is usually mixed with barley and distributed in animal runways.
The present report deals with eleven cases of poisoning from the...
In the foreword, Comrie describes the work thus: "Dr. Innes Smith has taken the Album of Students at Leyden University from 1575 to 1875 as the basis of his investigations. After selecting those students who were engaged in medical study, he has traced them through the other universities...
Pregnancy has been defined as essentially a problem in nutrition at a time when the dominant metabolic forces are such as favor growth. According to Slemons,1 the question as to the substances required for fetal nutrition may be answered in two ways. On the one hand we may infer the...
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