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—Some comments seem to be needed on the paper "Permanent Enlargement of the Lips and Face Secondary to Recurring Swellings and Associated with Facial Paralysis: A Clinical Entity," by New and Kirch (The Journal, April 22, p. 1230). The authors say that...
Deceptive Methods in Medical Advertising
Competition between manufacturers of pharmaceutic products has led to the invention of shrewd, or even deceptive, methods for attracting the attention of physicians to their special products. Series of lectures on cancer, held...
Pancreatic fat necrosis is a somewhat uncommon condition. Especially is it rare for it to occur following an operative procedure and to be a factor in the production of death in such a case. It would therefore seem that the following case is of sufficient interest to justify its report.
The "path to rational therapy," in the opinion of the editor of this book, lies through the quantitative application of specifically acting bodies in accordance with pharmacologic principles. This symposium, held at Speyerershof, an institution devoted to the treatment of chronic...
This volume will ably serve three purposes: as an introduction to dietetics, as a recipe book for small-quantity cookery, and as a teaching guide for hospital dietitians. As a textbook of dietetics it lacks explanatory detail and is guilty of omissions (e. g., ketogenic and reducing...
This diatribe touches on various subjects ranging from metaphysics and psychology to an attack on the ideals of medical ethics and practice. Lifschitz sees in sovietism a panacea for all the supposed ills that may occur in the science and practice of medicine. In his bolshevistic...
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