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This excellent volume can be recommended unreservedly to all practicing physicians. It is the first complete and authoritative review of the subject. It presents a concise systematic discussion of fusospirochetal infection in every part of the body covered by reports in the literature,...
Döderlein, who is associated with the gynecologic clinic of the Berlin Charité, presents a monographic review of genital inflammations. The monograph is divided into three parts. In the first part the author discusses etiology, pathogenesis and diagnosis of genital infections. In the...
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The specificity of liver extract in the pernicious or hyperchromic anemia of pregnancy and of large doses of iron in the secondary or hypochromic type of anemia of pregnancy has greatly increased the interest in this subject and in the deficiency factors in anemia in general. The high...
About ten years ago (1922) one of us (S. E. J.) became acquainted through business channels with N. B., who lived several hours out of New York and who came under observation more as a friend than as a patient. Later, through the cooperation of Dr. Ziegler, an opportunity was afforded...
This case of thyrotoxicosis is reported because of the extreme extent to which the thyroid gland was removed at operation and its remaining portions subsequently destroyed by pole ligations and roentgen treatment. Despite these measures and extensive iodine administration, severe thyrotoxicosis...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract Late in 1931, like many other communities, the city of Syracuse was confronted by the problem of feeding an increased number of indigents at a time when...
Large foreign bodies are rarely swallowed except by children and insane persons. Most of these foreign bodies pass through the gastro-intestinal tract and are expelled in the feces. Operation for their removal from the intestine is rarely necessary. The passage of foreign bodies through the...
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