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Scoliosis is today as much a problem as ever. No solution offered so far has stood the test of time. Various therapeutic measures have met with enthusiastic approval, only to be discarded later as inadequate and far below the original expectations. Nevertheless, certain facts have...
Early in April, 1930, shortly after the announcement by Drs. W. W. Swingle and J. J. Pfiffner1 of their successful preparation of an extract from beef suprarenal cortex which would prolong the lives of bilaterally suprarenalectomized cats indefinitely, we were fortunate in making an...
Original publications in the medical sciences are important for advancement, but didactic textbooks have their place in the literature. This book is of the latter type. The author lists the methods of sending specimens to a laboratory and emphasizes the necessity of sterile containers...
Otogenous tetanus has been reported rather frequently, but with one exception we have been unable to find a case reported, complicating an infection, not associated with an injury or a foreign body. The fact that practically all the reported cases are by foreign authors indicates that otogenous...
The author endeavors to include in one small volume a review of medicine suitable for nurses. Among the chapter headings are bacteriology, infectious diseases, nutritional and metabolic disorders, diseases of the respiratory system, diseases of the nervous system, diseases of the heart...
The Reform of Medical Education
In a previous letter was reported a discussion at the Edinburgh University Union on the need of the reform of medical education. Under the caption "The Student in Irons," Dr. C. M. Wilson, dean of the Medical School of St. Mary's...
On May 1, 1930, the governor of New York appointed a special commission to survey health conditions in that state and to offer recommendations for improvement. A preliminary report appeared on Feb. 16, 1931, and the final report,1 suitably bound for permanent record, has just been made...
(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.)
State Medical Meeting and Election....
The Attitude of Women Physicians Toward the Abortion Question
In recent letters, reference has been made to the problem of induced abortion, a question that has awakened great interest in the medical profession of Germany because a new penal code is being prepared...
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