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It is the prevalent opinion that vitamin G deficiency is intimately associated with the complex syndrome of symptoms included under the term pellagra. The complexity of the disease is so evident that some reluctance is justified in accepting the view that a single food deficiency may be...
—In the abstract of the article by Dr. Stanley Graham from the Glasgow Medical Journal in The Journal, June 18, page 2250, the metric equivalents of the dosage of chloral hydrate should have been as follows: 2 to 4 grains, 0.13 to 0.26 Gm.; 5 grains, 0.3 Gm.; 1 grain, 0.065 Gm.
Tetany, or the spasmophilic diathesis, occurs chiefly in infants with some nutritional disturbance. Etiologically, it is looked on by some as a phase of status thymicolymphaticus. There is a definite constitutional predisposition to it. Some believe that it is a purely chemical deficiency due to...
TIME OF MILWAUKEE SESSION
The Eighty-Fourth Annual Session of the American Medical Association will be held in Milwaukee, June 12 to 16, 1933.
MEDICAL BROADCAST FOR THE WEEK
American Medical Association Health...
The study of anthropology leaves no doubt of the existence of epochs in the evolution of our diet. For the preparation of food, primitive races still use methods that must have been in vogue before the era of cookery. Sun drying, grinding, burying and maceration are ancient devices for rendering...
The object of this study was to determine whether or not there are measurable differences in growth and development between children 2 and 3 years of age attending nursery schools and children of the same age who do not attend such schools. Psychologic tests, medical examinations and...
The Swarm of Charlatans in Germany
According to an official survey contained in the Reichsgesundheitsblatt, the number of lay practitioners in the German reich, during the past two generations, was as follows:
In fact, there were more lay...
This is a small compendium of elementary facts concerning the central nervous system and the sympathetic system. It cannot be used for either a text or a reference book but might serve the purposes of a student who wishes a bird's eye view of neuro-anatomy.
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