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This volume considers the typical forms of Hodgkin's disease and will be followed by a volume dealing with variations. The available knowledge about Hodgkin's disease is presented in an interesting, orderly form, nothing original being presented. The controversial matter of etiology is...
In April, 1928, I1 reported a case of polycythemia vera which had been under observation and treatment with phenylhydrazine hydrochloride for three and one-half years and drew the following tentative conclusions from my experience with this case:
The erythrocyte count may be kept...
The cunning of the suicidal impulse is so baffling and the result such a deplorable frustration of medical effort that the dangers cannot be too often emphasized nor the importance of a continued search for a better understanding of the underlying factors overstressed. At the suggestion...
This is a praiseworthy addition to the others of its kind now on the market. It has retained, for the most part, the salient features of the first two editions. Some changes are, however, immediately noticeable, as, for example, the inclusion of a large number of words which have only...
The bloodless removal by electrocoagulation of a large tumor, so vascular that several attempts at surgical removal had failed because of hemorrhage, indicates the value of this method.
The tumor was large. It is the only one of this size, attached to the side of the face, reported in the...
Endocrinologic study has demonstrated a definite relation between the parathyroid glands and the metabolism of calcium in the skeletal body, which seems to have been first noted by Erdheim in 1903. Since then other observers, including Verbitz, Langhams, Schlagenhaufer, Gunther and Mandl, have...
Since diphtheria antitoxin came into general use in 1894, serum therapy and prophylaxis for this and many other bacterial diseases have been employed widely. Following this type of treatment, serum reactions of greater or less severity have been frequent. In many clinics today the...
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