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Infection with B. welchii as the causative organism is of infrequent occurrence in civil practice. Such cases as are seen are generally those in which marked tissue damage has taken place and in which the wound has been grossly contaminated, as in street accidents and in gunshot wounds. The case...
THE MILWAUKEE SESSION
Below may be found a list of Milwaukee hotels and rates for rooms. On advertising page 37 of this issue of The Journal may be found this list together with an application form that may be used to...
Since its discovery, insulin has been employed as a therapeutic agent in a variety of miscellaneous disorders. Favorable results from its use have been reported, for example, in such apparently divergent conditions as cardiac decompensation,1 scleroderma,2 cancer,3 toxemia of pregnancy,4...
The Reform of Medical Education
The defects of medical education, as is well known, particularly the overloaded curriculum, have given rise to much discussion. At the invitation of the University of London, the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and the Royal...
This volume contains twenty-three contributions dealing with some clinical, physiologic and pathologic problems pertaining to the sympathetic nervous system. Some articles deal with such subjects as "syndrome of crocodile tears," "auriculotemporal syndrome and innervation of the...
Of the numerous stab and gunshot wound cases admitted to the surgical clinic service at St. Vincent's Hospital, relatively few involve the heart. The successful suture of a wound of the heart is not an uncommon surgical feat. To the individual surgeon, however, the experience of performing the...
Present-day scarlet fever in the United States is a relatively mild disease. In certain sections of the world, notably the Balkan countries and northern China, the fatality continues high. In most parts of Europe and in the United States the case fatality rate ranges from one death per...
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