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This volume is the outcome of an effort carried on now for several years in an attempt to develop a uniform nomenclature for use by hospitals, health organizations and insurance companies. This nomenclature is supposed to include every disease that can be recognized clinically, to avoid...
During and following the epidemic of poliomyelitis in 1931, numerous additions have been made to the literature of this subject. My purpose in this paper, based on a study of thirty-six cases, is to record observations made in cases of poliomyelitis culminating in paralysis of the...
The fifteen chapters represent lectures delivered during the course of instruction at Bad Nauheim in September 1932. Some of these chapters have already appeared as articles in medical journals. The subjects are handled by men from various cities in Germany. That the chapters vary widely...
THE MILWAUKEE SESSION
Annual Meeting of Medical Veterans of the World War
The annual meeting of the Medical Veterans of the World War will be held at 9 p. m., Wednesday, June 14, at the Eagles Club, Milwaukee. There will be an informal smoker, reception and...
To the Editor:
—In the April 29 issue of The Journal, Dr. Phillip E. Rothman cites an instance of the portrayal of the symptoms of a disease in a fictional character appearing before the malady was systematically studied and recorded authoritatively in medical...
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