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The demonstration of tubercle bacilli in the stomach content of children is important because:
It may help to make the diagnosis of tuberculosis in certain cases presenting negative physical and roentgen signs and showing a positive tuberculin test as the only indication of...
Eleven groups include nearly three fifths of all the diagnoses made of patients with skin disease. As stated in an editorial in The Journal some years ago, every practitioner should become familiar with eczema, acne, scabies, psoriasis, seborrhea, impetigo, urticaria, dermatitis...
Drug Addiction in Egypt
At a meeting of the League of Nations Advisory Committee on Traffic in Opium, Russell Pasha, director of the Egyptian central narcotics intelligence bureau, estimated that 282,000 of the Egyptian male population of 3,137,000 were addicted to...
The occasion for differential diagnosis between typhus fever and Rocky Mountain spotted fever has recently assumed importance. Although it is stated in current textbooks1 that the likelihood of encountering both typhus and spotted fever in the same locality is extremely unlikely, newer...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract This is a reasonably complete dissertation on the clinical studies of light therapy, principally in relation to the quartz lamp and aids such as heat...
It is our belief that spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage occurs more frequently than is generally appreciated. This belief, together with the fact that the clinical picture is so striking and so easily recognized, prompts us to discuss briefly the subject, and to report concerning...
The vast amount of research on the physiology of exercise and rest in recent years has prompted the publication of several books on the subject. The authors here review the accumulated material and present their conclusions "in nontechnical language" so as to make the book especially...
In an excellent presentation, systematic in arrangement and characterized by conciseness and clarity, the author discusses the rôle of calcium in its direct application to specific problems and its relationship to the general problem of ionic phenomena and physicochemical problems....
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