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Because of the growing complexity of modern medicine, the general practitioner frequently requires additional diagnostic facilities to supplement his own resources, as well as the advice and guidance of more experienced internists and specialists. Persons of very limited means, who...
This case of diphtheritic vulvovaginitis and diphtheria of the skin is being reported because of the rarity of its occurrence. The material on the subject in the available American literature is quite limited. Shrewsbury1 reports a case of cutaneous infection of the thigh with a diphtheroid...
This communication records the development of tetanus antitoxin in twenty-nine persons following the administration of tetanus formaldehyde toxoid. It will be appreciated that the number submitting to immunization in any one laboratory is much more limited than is the case with...
Malpractice: Volkmann's Contracture Following Fracture.—
The plaintiff, 3 years old, fractured his arm just above the elbow joint. The defendant reduced the fracture and treated it, but a Volkmann's contracture followed. The patient, by his next friend, sued,...
This volume is intended to do for psychiatry what the synopsis of Tidy has done for medicine. It is a brief outline, in the 1, 2, 3 fashion, of the various mental disorders, each treated as an entity, which are outlined in the usual textbook method of etiology, pathology, symptomatology...
REGISTRATION OF COLLEGES UNDER HARRISON NARCOTIC ACT
Medical colleges use opium and coca leaves and their derivatives and compounds primarily to familiarize students with the properties of such drugs, a use approximating that to which they are put by practitioners of...
This brochure represents a course of lectures on general therapeutics in which the author attempts to orient his audience as to the nature of treatment. "There is one therapy only: the remedies merely are multiple." The subject is presented with rather involved, often definitely obscure,...
In experimental work recently reported,1 sodium formaldehyde sulphoxylate has been found to afford a high degree of protection to dogs who have previously received a fatal dose of corrosive mercuric chloride by mouth. A short account of this work with the methods of study and the technic...
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