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To the Editor:
—In an editorial in The Journal, March 11, entitled "The Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate in Disease," it is stated that, in spite of many studies, the theory behind variations in the sedimentation rate remains clouded. There is, however, a general...
The Susceptibility of Tumors to Radiation
Addressing recently the Medicinisches Doktoren-Kollegium, Dr. Borak discussed "The Susceptibility of Tumors to Radiation." He considered only the behavior of primary tumors, with especial reference to the complete...
The Centenary of Czech Medical Terminology
Czech medicine celebrated recently a modest but significant anniversary, the centenary of the Czech medical terminology. The person responsible for this, important development was Anthon Jungmann, a Prague obstetrician well...
To the Editor:
—In The Journal, April 1, page 1014, appears an article by Felix d'Herelle and M. L. Rakieten relative to the susceptibility of hemolytic staphylococci to bacteriophage in which the authors come to the general conclusion that, "hemolytic staphylococci...
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...
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...
The excretory system of the body is of immense importance to the welfare of the organism. In man and the higher animals there are no effective devices for storing the end-products of metabolism—the waste of the body. Various structures and functions are evidently destined to promote the...
Students of diabetes are familiar with the fact that the onset of diabetic glycosuria often follows a history of acute infection in the patient. The bibliography of the subject is far too extensive to be reviewed here. A few typical quotations will serve to stress the salient features....
This expensive monograph on a single neurologic sign will hardly interest any one besides the clinical neurologist. The expense of the book is no doubt largely due to the illustrations. The value and necessity perhaps of using the primates in the prosecution of neurologic studies of...
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