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Man's adaptation to climate plays an important part in the progress of civilization.1 For example, climate seems rather naturally to make its own adaptation of the individual in the matter of exercise. As Williams2 has pointed out, persons who live for any length of time in the South...
The science of endocrinology constitutes one of the newer chapters in medical history, and one that is still in the writing. The procedure of differential diagnosis offers a basis for an initial resolution of the underlying etiology in a group of derangements of the endocrine glands. As...
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Calmette's Use of B C G Vaccine for Nonallergic Adults
In his previous communications, Calmette has always emphasized that his antituberculous vaccine has only prophylactic value, which is effective only in persons free of all previous tuberculous infection. That is...
Although the distinguished author still modestly considers this work an introduction to dermatology, in it he carries the reader far beyond the portals of the specialty. He makes of the book a personal exposition of the knowledge gained by his extensive experience of many years. This is...
The behavior of the heart in hyperthyroidism presents a number of interesting problems for the surgeon and the internist. Thyrotoxic damage to the heart muscle was recognized by Kocher years ago. Now it is quite generally accepted that thyroid hyperactivity is capable of producing...
This revision of Ribbert's famous textbook of general pathology and pathologic anatomy has been undertaken to preserve for students of pathology an honored and extremely popular work. New sections have been added, old ones rewritten, and 120 new illustrations, many of them...
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