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The Organization of Public Care of Children
Although there are in Rumania several laws, enacted in 1910, 1921, 1926, 1929 and 1930, relating to the protection of infants and children, they are inadequate to modern conditions. This is partly due to the undisciplined...
The American Negro today is not the American Negro of Revolutionary or Civil War days. In this volume the author, as the result of four years of research, presents a picture of what has developed from the American Negro through long continued mixture with the white population and the...
So-called liver death has been the subject of considerable discussion in recent publications, and numerous observations have been made regarding the clinical course and possible etiology of these unfortunate disasters, which all too frequently follow surgical procedures on the...
Cavities occurring in the spinal cord and known as syringomyelia may arise also in the medulla, when they are termed syringobulbia. They may form in the medulla secondarily, by extending from the spinal cord, or may originate there primarily. As they are located in a comparatively small...
The purpose of this research is to establish as accurately as possible the curvature of the anterior surface of the cornea and its variations in different states of refraction and in varying sizes and shapes of the eye itself. The work is based on the examination of 130 normal eyes, two...
The New Edition of the British Pharmacopeia
The new edition of the British pharmacopeia is larger than the edition of 1914, containing 763 pages against 633, and several important changes have been made. A new feature is the addition after the doses of the important...
The aim of the author has been to present the subject of electrocardiography in brief form and from the clinical point of view, so that it might meet the needs of the practitioner. This purpose he has successfully accomplished, largely by the omission, or only casual consideration, of...
A Society to Combat Crime
A society has been formed in Paris, on the initiative of Dr. Toulouse, to study, in a group of psychiatrists, medico-legalists, jurisconsults and magistrates, the means of diminishing crime, and particularly that due to uncontrolled passion,...
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