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State Medical Meeting at Birmingham,...
This little book has the special merit of bringing together in brief form the numerous German theories on the origin of chronic pulmonary tuberculosis of adults. The multiplicity of these views and the lengthy arguments of German phthisiologists over complex details have created much...
The total patient days in all hospitals in the United States in 1933 was approximately 296 million. There were 173 million patient days in mental hospitals, 85 million in general hospitals, 22 million in tuberculosis sanatoriums, and around 16 million in other special hospitals. The...
Although textbooks usually refer to the occurrence of cerebrospinal bleeding in purpura haemorrhagica, the association appears actually to have been recorded infrequently by clinicians and pathologists. Since Wagner's1 comprehensive report in 1886, in which ten cases are collected, only...
Unborn Child Entitled to Necessaries of Life.—
An information was filed against Sianes charging him with violation of section 270 of the California Penal Code, which requires the father of a minor child to furnish necessary food, clothing, shelter and medical...
The final report of the commission on medical education1 emphasizes the general need for revision of medical training by (1) bringing clinical methods into closer relation with preliminary sciences and with anatomy and physiology, (2) permeating all teaching with the idea of prevention...
Probably no part of the physiology of the body impresses itself more persistently on the consciousness than activity of the large intestine. Whether the contents collect and remain too long or whether the organ is prone to empty too rapidly, the individual is aware of the situation....
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