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Obstructive emphysema due to foreign bodies in the bronchi was described by Iglauer1 in 1912. Since then, numerous articles on the localization of nonopaque foreign bodies through the presence of obstructive emphysema have appeared in the literature. Notable are those of Manges2 and...
The second volume of this well known French handbook is concerned largely with physiologic problems on the borderline of psychology. It begins with a general discussion of excitation and movement. These fundamental properties of cytoplasm are traced through their increasing complexities,...
There has long been need for a thorough investigation of the agglutination of hemolytic streptococci to bring some order into one of the most confused fields of bacteriologic research. Considerable progress has been made in knowledge of streptococci and in technic for agglutination since...
(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.)
The author, a prominent English geneticist who has contributed largely to the knowledge of heredity in poultry, rabbits, roses and man, has given an exceptionally clear account of the detailed mechanisms of heredity and variation. No other book gives so much of the actual evidences on...
It has been a matter of general knowledge for many years that the most important finding in acute traumatic injury to the brain is increased intracranial pressure. This is caused by three factors: swelling of the brain due to hemorrhage, congestion and edema; increase in the amount of...
This volume has already been highly exploited in advertising and through sensational statements in the press. The book is a compilation of material developed largely through Consumers' Research, Inc. The various chapters concern foods, with especial reference to the dangers from arsenic...
Congress of Urology
The eleventh Congresso nazionale della societá italiana di urologia was held in Rome, in the Great Hall of the Clinica chirurgica of the university. Professor Bruni, the president, in opening the session recalled the figure of Antonio Scarpa, the...
It has been quite generally accepted that the Plaut-Vincent organisms have a pathogenic relationship to a variety of clinical entities. Unexceptionable proof of such relationship is wanting. The purpose of this report is to record clinical and experimental observations bearing on this...
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