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This report will bring to many readers a heightened interest as well as profound regret because it represents the last professional activity of the late president of the foundation, Henry Suzzalo. He urges that among institutions of higher learning the spirit of rivalry give place to one...
RESURVEY OF MEDICAL EDUCATION
The Council on Medical Education and Hospitals, with the cooperation of the Association of American Medical Colleges and the Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States, is planning a comprehensive resurvey of medical...
This paper deals with a case of metastatic spinal epidural abscess due to an infection with Staphylococcus aureus in which the diagnosis was made and drainage provided before the appearance of signs or symptoms suggesting a compression of the spinal cord. We believe this case to be one...
As a clinical entity, bromide intoxication has been recognized for some time by the psychiatrists. However, it is not infrequently observed in a general medical service and may give rise to some very puzzling diagnostic problems.
Bromides were discovered by Balard in 1826 and...
Basic Science Acts: Exemption from Examination; Constitutionality.—
Shenk, a naturopath, applied to the Minnesota State Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences for a certificate of registration, to be issued without examination, under the provision of the basic...
The circular presents for each of four planned diets—a restricted diet for emergency use, an adequate diet at minimum cost, an adequate diet at moderate cost, and a liberal diet— (1) the quantities of foods or food groups required, (2) the nutritive value of the diet, and (3) the retail...
Since the first edition of this book appeared in 1905 there has been little alteration in the plan of presentation. This differs from most textbooks of general medicine in that it attempts to follow the mental steps taken in the gradual process of forming a diagnosis. Thus, the first...
DEHYDRATION IN INFANCY
Dehydration of infants is receiving far more serious consideration at present than it received earlier in the century. Not only is its seriousness for the patient more clearly recognized, but the attendant clinical conditions have gradually...
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