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Educational reforms can be brought about in a number of different ways. One way is by decree. That way is quick and relatively easy, provided agencies exist to issue and enforce the decree.
Up to twenty-five years ago, reform by decree had not been tried very extensively in...
Following the suggestion of Aldrich,1 we have treated burns with a 1 per cent aqueous solution of gentian violet. Since the results in general were satisfactory, we have made an attempt, which we believe to be successful, to improve the technic of the use of the dye.
Chronic arthritis is one of the great medical problems of civilization, certainly of civilization in the temperate zones. One might almost say that every age group has its arthritic problem. For example:
Ages 2 to 5 years, Still's disease.
Ages 5 to 20 years, rheumatic...
Although gastro-enterostomy was first performed in 1881, it was not until 1917,1 that is, thirty-seven years later, that the first case of retrograde intussusception of the jejunum was described as a complication of this operation. It probably was Baumann's2 article in 1919 with its...
Verneuil, in 1868, first reported four cases of syphilitic bursopathy, which he described as "hydropisie des gaines tendineuses des extenseurs des doigts dans syphilis secondaire."
Fournier, Moreau, Chouet and Voisin followed in the recognition of syphilitic involvement of the...
During the last twenty-two years, sixty-seven patients presenting chronic, noninflammatory, permanent enlargement of the lips and face have been observed in the Mayo Clinic. This condition has followed repeated swellings and has been associated with facial paralysis in thirteen cases....
The occurrence of choked disk (papilledema) is in the vast majority of cases, probably 90 per cent, due to cerebral neoplasm. Unilateral choking of a disk may also be found in a patient harboring a brain tumor, although as a rule involvement of the other disk soon occurs. However, two...
The use of insulin to produce gain in weight in certain cases of nondiabetic malnutrition has proved of great value. The nature of the added weight, however, has been subject to speculation. Falta,1 who was the first to use insulin for this purpose in adults, believed that the added weight was...
The case reported here is one which I have recently observed and studied and which I have discussed with other surgeons and pathologists, none of whom could recall a parallel case either from their own experience or from their knowledge of the literature. The case was of great interest to me...
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