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Trousseau once made this statement: "To know the natural course of disease is more than one half of medicine." Today, study of the course of disease is neglected. At least it is not so well known as by the earlier clinicians, who had to rely on their ability to know the course and...
This is a collection of articles reprinted from the syndicated health bulletin which for the past five or six years has been furnished by the American Public health Association to health officers either unable to write their own bulletins or so firmly convinced of such inability that the...
This case of mucous cancer of the appendix, with gelatinous spreading peritonitis, is of primary interest, since a search of the literature revealed very few cases with similar pathologic changes.
Schena1 reported the case of a man, aged 52, operated on in December, 1928, because...
Tuberculous arteritis as the result of the direct extension from a tuberculous process to the small arteries in a body organ is not of sufficient clinical importance to merit reporting. These lesions are considered an integral part of the primary disease, whether it is tuberculosis of...
This is the first volume of a work on the important postwar technical and administrative development in food inspection in England for inspectors and students, written by a practical inspector and comprising data collected during routine inspections over a period of years. The...
Protest Against Publicity of the Wine Industry
Wine merchants in France are resorting to publicity measures that go to shameful extremes. At a recent meeting of the Academy of Medicine, one of its members presented a vignette intended to be given as a reward to...
This is a commemorative volume containing brief sketches by different authorities of forty-five leading Danish men of science of the past, with concrete reviews of their most important achievements. A conspicuous and interesting feature is the facsimile reproduction of a characteristic...
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