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We of the present generation of physicians are all too apt to discount the medical wisdom of our predecessors instead of realizing that they were keenly wise clinicians who, even though they possessed far fewer instruments of precision and laboratory tests then have we, were critical...
To the Editor.
—In The Journal, January 28, is a communication from Dr. Robert N. Nye of Boston in which he takes certain exceptions to the article on streptotrichosis by Dr. Mezei and myself (The Journal, Dec. 10, 1932). Some of his criticisms are well founded;...
Dislocation of the ribs at their vertebral articulations is a very rare injury. Textbooks refer to the condition briefly or not at all. The literature is similarly meager in references. Schertlein1 says that there is but one recorded case in the German literature from 1909 to 1929 and cites...
Before considering the case which is the main interest of this paper, I wish to review certain aspects of another case.
REVIEW OF PREVIOUS CASE
I first performed total gastrectomy for carcinoma of the stomach in August, 1929. The patient's return to the...
THE MILWAUKEE SESSION
Local Committee on Arrangements
The Local Committee on Arrangements and its various subcommittees under the direction of Dr. Stanley J. Seeger are actively engaged in perfecting arrangements for the Milwaukee Session....
The Jewish Population of Vienna
In a publication on the Jewish population of Vienna (numbering 200,000) are figures that permit a comparison with the data on the non-Jewish population (1,600,000). The births among the Jewish population during the four-year period...
Generalized headache, or cephalagia, may be a symptom of many different diseases and is of doubtful diagnostic significance unless associated with other symptoms of intracranial changes. Localized headache, however, is frequently of diagnostic significance and may indicate the region of...
New Rules for Writing Prescriptions
The Ministry of Public Health issued a booklet, compiled by Dr. Joseph Melly, with the title "The Duty of Practitioners Toward the Magistrates," which contains some new rules for the filling of prescriptions. The main paragraphs...
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