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The production of antirachitic substances of remarkable potency by suitable irradiation of inactive components of animals and plants represents one of the notable biochemical contributions of recent years to medicine.1 The most important, if not actually the only, substance that assumes...
The third volume of the series by Sahli on clinical methods covers a variety of subjects. It opens with a treatment of the methods of investigating the mouth and upper respiratory passages. Esophagoscopy, laryngoscopy and tracheoscopy receive adequate consideration, but bronchoscopy and...
Physical agents in one form or another, singly or combined, play practically the entire rôle in the treatment of precancerous and cancerous skin lesions. The dermatologist is quite fortunate in the vast array of physical agents at his disposal.
One may choose from the following...
This is another of the volumes developed recently as a guide to the newly married in the technic of sex performances. The author has attempted to treat the subject with delicacy, but in his desire to make beautiful a matter that is essentially anatomic and physiologic he waxes lyrical....
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—In Blumgart and Ernstene's article in The Journal, January 21, page 176, table 1, case A. E., the systolic blood pressure and the pulse rate are transposed and they should read: pulse rate per minute, 70; systolic arterial pressure in millimeters of mercury, 126.
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