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The seven parts of this book deal, respectively, with blindness and possibilities for its prevention; general condition of the blind; provision for education of blind children; intellectual provision for the adult blind; material provision for the blind; organization, interested in the...
Practice of Medicine by Layman Through Licensed Physician Unlawful; Urinalyses and Blood Pressure Tests as the Practice of Medicine.—
Granger, a layman, conducted a so-called health audit service. For a fee he under-took to make for individual subscribers urinalyses...
To the Editor:—
The article by Kindel and Costello under this title in The Journal, April 21, is open to several criticisms.
The authors apparently set out to make a purely clinical assay of the efficacy of a particular commercial preparation of...
To the Editor:—
In a previous report (The Journal, Aug. 24, 1929, p. 604) I described a case of hypercholesteremia associated with hepatosplenomegaly and nephrosis. The outstanding clinical features were an enormously enlarged liver, filling almost the entire...
The Chicago world's fair opens at 6 o'clock Saturday evening, May 26. The Hall of Science, dedicated last June, has nine acres of space in which exhibits of physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, geology and medicine—both scientific and industrial—are displayed. The medical sciences...
This is a spontaneous outpouring of observations in two parts and nine chapters to demonstrate that "the living are governed by the dead." The first portion considers in five chapters the subject of heredity in general. The author points out the limitations of tubularly viewing...
THE CLEVELAND SESSION
Alumni Dinner of Washington University School of Medicine
The alumni dinner of the Washington University School of Medicine will be held on Tuesday evening, June 12, at 6:30, at the Hotel Statler....
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