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In the period of readjustment following the societal upheaval caused by the war, it was natural that questions should be raised concerning the place of medical training in the general scheme of education and the fitness of our medical schools to discharge satisfactorily their obligations...
Criteria for the Interpretation of Electrocardiograms: Prepared with the Aid of the Committee on Research of the Heart Committee. By Arthur C. DeGraff, M.D. Paper. Price, 35 cents. Pp. 19, with 37 illustrations. New York City: New York Tuberculosis and Health Association, Inc., 1931....
In this volume are collected most of the essays contributed by DeKruif to the Country Gentleman, the Ladies Home Journal and the Forum. The difficulty with these writings as with some previous essays is their excess in dramatization and an absolute plethora of superlatives. Those like...
To the Editor:
—Within the past two years we have been called on to treat five cases of severe lacerations of the palm of the hand, caused from porcelain tap handles. In each instance the history given was that the tap handle suddenly broke as the water faucet was...
The first two volumes of this series have previously been reviewed in The Journal, The third volume is devoted to the infectious diseases, those due to parasites, to physical agents and toxic agents, to allergy and metabolism, to the diseases of digestion and respiration, of the heart...
Paroxysmal dyspnea in patients with heart disease is of both practical and theoretical importance. The attacks often disable and endanger the life of patients with an otherwise apparently good state of the circulation. Unlike other types of cardiac dyspnea, it frequently occurs without...
Cavernous angioma of the spleen is rare. Ewing quotes Dowd as having collected only thirteen cases of angioma of the spleen through 1913.1 Again, while rupture of the spleen is fairly common, spontaneous rupture of a cavernous angioma of the spleen is rare.
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Our object in this study was to ascertain, if possible, the value of the intradermal test as an aid in the diagnosis of undulant fever as it occurs in this locality.
Since the pioneer studies of Fleischner and Meyer1 in 1918 and Burnet2 in 1922, a number of workers have studied...
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