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Congress of Surgeons of the Soviet Union
The twenty-second congress of surgeons of the Soviet Union was held in Moscow in May, 1932. About 1,800 members and guests were present. The topics on the program were (1) endemic goiter in the Union of Socialist Soviet...
Although this small volume may contain a record breaking philosophical discussion of a physiologic process, namely, sensation, it seems rather to be a word or sentence salad. A newly coined jargon used in well rounded sentences gives the reader no inkling of what the author has in mind,...
Pellegrini-Stieda's disease is characterized by a semilunar-like bony formation in the region of the internal condyle of the femur and is always traumatic in origin. The condition has been and is being reported in the foreign literature. This is the first case to be described in the...
The authors have attempted to bring together from widely scattered sources as much information as possible concerning the economic relations of mammals both to one another and to man. It has been impossible to include the entire 12,540 species and varieties of mammals known to exist on...
Congenital Absence of Left Adnexa
Dr. Azael Lobe reported before the Society of Medicine and Surgery of Campinas at São Paulo a case of congenital absence of the left adnexa. The patient was a woman, aged 29, mother of seven children, of whom five are living. She had...
Abstract It is well known that there are two points of view in regard to the etiology of arthritis. One is that the bacteriologic focal infections are believed to be the usual source of the noxious bacteria; the chief exponents of this idea are American workers. The other point of view is based...
The pioneer work in the clinical application of restricted fluid intake to the treatment of epilepsy was done by Temple Fay,1 although Hartenberg2 claimed earlier use of this method as far back as 1913.
This treatment was based on the finding of increased collections of...
In 1911, Sherman1 called attention to the calcium deficiency of the average American dietary. Again, after twenty years, he2 stated that "probably a larger proportion of the ordinary dietaries, both of adults and of children, can be improved by enrichment in calcium than in any other one...
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