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Bilateral spontaneous pneumothorax, occurring in the apparently healthy, is an extremely rare disease. Kjaergaard,1 who reviewed the literature,2 found only three such reported cases. McMahon,3 who recently added another case to the group, found less than fifty bilateral cases reported...
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Any one who has operated on a sufficient number of Bartholin cysts has found reason to dislike the routine procedure of surgical enucleation. There is often technical difficulty in complete enucleation, nearly always primary hemorrhage, frequently severe secondary hemorrhage, always...
Hanrahan and Miller1 have recently called attention to an association of chronic arthritis, splenomegaly and leukopenia, first reported by Felty2 in 1924. In the voluminous literature dealing with chronic arthritis, splenomegaly and leukopenia as separate entities, the simultaneous...
A woman, aged 35, seen in January 1928, had an acute exacerbation of a chronic bilateral parotitis of five years' duration. Between acute recurrences (four), the parotids had remained at the size of half an orange. In each acute attack their size doubled,...
This monograph offers extensive quantitative data on the sleeping habits of children from 6 to 18 years of age. The work represents a part of a larger and related group of investigations of the influence of motion pictures on children, sponsored by the Payne Fund of New York. During 347...
In a separate room, an auxiliary dining hall, a table was set with ten places. The boys chosen were underweight, but otherwise they were normal. For purposes of control and comparison, boys of average weight and overweight boys were also assigned seats at the table. There was a separate...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal, February 10, Dr. Emil Novak, in discussing the safe period, bottom of second column, page 452, states: "the nondangerous span being that embraced between the twelfth and nineteenth days, inclusive." This seems to be the direct opposite...
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