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Since primary carcinoma of the lung is rare in the twenties, I thought it would be of interest to present this case:
H. D. R., a man, aged 23, a textile foreman, admitted to the Lincoln Hospital, July 14, 1933, suffered chiefly from cough, dyspnea, pain in the right side of the chest and...
Undoubtedly every experienced clinician has at one time or another been baffled diagnostically or therapeutically by patients suffering from long continued, low grade fever of unknown origin. The patient, although not seriously ill, realizes that she is below par and, fearful lest the...
When serum is added to mixtures of various proportions of acetic acid and sodium vanadate, different forms of precipitation result. Herein lies the principle of Bendien's "lability reaction." Jettmar describes the effects on the blood corpuscles of various species by acetic acid and...
To the Editor:—
Dr. Holcomb's interesting communication (The Journal, March 10, p. 786) mentions the fact that night blindness was known to classical medicine and yet there was, even then, the same confusion as to designation that has persisted to the present time....
This volume, competently translated, has been revised and brought down to date since it appeared in German, about two years ago. Although it was primarily intended as a practical handbook for the physician and student, its chief interest for the American reader will probably depend on...
The results obtained from the treatment of active tetanus cases are far from satisfactory. Mortality statistics on this disease vary considerably from different sources but lack any constant variation that would indicate a desirability of one form of therapy over another. The only...
This monograph, written by a surgeon, naturally treats the subject from a surgical point of view. Emboli located in organs where they may be treated surgically are fully discussed. Nonsurgical emboli, such as those in the kidney, brain, heart and spleen, are given scanty consideration....
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Brucelliasis of domestic animals, or, as it is more commonly known, abortion disease, contagious abortion, infectious abortion or Bang's disease, has long been recognized as a major infectious disease of great economic importance to the live stock industry. This disease is caused by one...
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