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Xanthoma diabeticorum may be described as being a rare skin disorder occurring in glycosuric or diabetic individuals, usually in adult males; the skin lesions consisting of reddish, reddish yellow or orange papules, measuring from 0.5 to 2 cc., distributed chiefly over the extensor aspects of...
The output of the heart is at present receiving wide attention in clinical and physiologic laboratories interested in the circulatory system. It is highly probable that the determination of the cardiac output will soon take its place with other necessarily available special laboratory...
The first volume of this timely annual review contains thirty chapters on special topics in biochemistry. The advisory committee is to be congratulated on the selection of the subject matter covered and in general on the choice of authors. It is a truly international undertaking from the...
Selecting a Site for New Faculty Buildings
The Faculté de médecine de Paris, having often complained of its cramped quarters, which in view of the constantly increasing number of students have become inadequate, received from the Rockefeller Foundation the offer of a...
Revealing a revived interest in climate, several books came from the German press in 1932 containing the progress of knowledge on the physiology of climate and of climate in relation to disease. The present work begins with a scholarly chapter by Conrad on the physical basis of climate....
High cervical chordotomy has been performed for the past few years following Foerster's demonstration that pain and temperature fibers cross over immediately or at most ascend one segment before crossing over to form the spinothalamic tract. Foerster1 advocated section of the...
It is a pity that Dr. Kaiser's well documented book did not appear some years ago, when the craze to remove tonsils was at its height; for Dr. Kaiser has the figures. For ten years he observed thousands of tonsillectomized children and others not operated on, as controls. With authority,...
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