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The author adequately discusses the clinical and laboratory observations commonly associated with pathologic processes of the heart, aorta and peripheral blood vessels. Statistics for Barcelona in 1928 indicate that deaths from organic heart disease and cerebral apoplexy are much more...
Numerous theories are propounded as to the hematologic defect in cases of hemophilia. Howell1 suggests that the trouble lies in the platelets, which, although morphologically normal in number and structure, fail to yield the cephalin necessary for the clotting process to go on normally. Recently...
The roentgenologist and the ophthalmologist speak different languages; consequently, the latter welcomes an a b c translation of roentgenologic procedures in ophthalmology. The author is an ophthalmologist who has had extensive roentgenologic experience and therefore is in a position to...
This monograph is a distinct contribution to the literature on acrodynia. Its chief value consists in the thoroughness with which the history, etiology, symptoms and pathology are reviewed. After a careful survey of the literature of the epidemic of 1828-1832 and the one commencing in...
Numerous preventive measures, including isolation of the patient and disinfection of skin, throat, clothing, utensils and rooms, have been unsuccesful in the control of scarlet fever outbreaks. Failure may be attributed to ignorance of the etiologic factor and of the epidemiology of the...
The Value of Tuberculin Tests
The Medical Research Council has issued a report by Dr. P. D'Arcy Hart on the value of tuberculin tests with special reference to the Mantoux intracutaneous test. He concludes that the test is chiefly of value when negative. All that a...
The following experiments were made to learn whether or not ingestion of a sterile soluble toxin may stimulate the body to produce the corresponding antitoxin:
Persons were selected who gave no history of an attack of scarlet fever and who were susceptible to the
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