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Plague Infected Squirrels.—
Seven plague-infected ground squirrels were found in Tulare County, near Fountain Springs, May 9, according to Public Health Reports.
Dr. Frederick G. Novy, among others, addressed the...
Health of the Army
The general death rate in the United States Army during 1933 was 4.1 per thousand of strength, as computed from weekly reports to the surgeon general. The rate for 1932 was 4.2 and for 1931 it was 4.5 The admission rate was 612 per thousand, as...
This edition records the author's experience in the treatment of rheumatic disease since 1933. He outlines in detail the indications for the control of the condition and dosage of sanocrysin, with a complete discussion of the course of treatment. Gold salt was originally introduced by...
Meningococcemia, unaccompanied by meningitis or with meningitis occurring as a late complication, has been reported infrequently in the American literature. Cases reported in the foreign journals outnumber those in America in the proportion of six to one. Four cases have been diagnosed...
The object of this book is to describe in a concise manner the technic of obstetric operations without quoting statistics or bibliography. Afer a short description of the genital tract and fetus, the author discusses the various mechanisms of labor and in the following chapters covers...
SPECIAL PURPOSE FOODS
"Special Purpose Foods" with usefulness restricted to specific purposes, such as inclusion in diets for obesity or morbid conditions, shall display on the labels and in the advertising, in easily legible type and in close proximity to the trade...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal, May 26, page 1764, appears an editorial entitled "Hyperparathyroidism: A Chapter in Successful Laboratory Research." This editorial presents a misleading picture. Mandl is a surgeon; the finest piece of writing that has ever been done...
FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEXTROSE TOLERANCE TEST
The dextrose tolerance test is of importance in diagnosis and investigation, yet the results obtained are frequently of little significance because of inadequate control of various factors. Studies in this field have made...
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