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This volume completes a veritable Baedeker through "Paul Ehrlich Land," a continent opened up to science only a quarter of a century ago and already possessing a bibliography that defies the efforts of any one individual. This result of the fortunate cooperation of the chemist Viktor...
The aim of this little book, which now appears in its fourth edition since 1921, is to impress on the student and young practitioner the broad principles of the medical treatment of the sick. It is therefore not to be expected that it would cover exhaustively even the frequently...
Memorial to Colonel Bruns Dedicated
The dedication of a portrait of Col. Earl H. Bruns took place in the Officers' Club of the Fitzsimons General Hospital, Denver, May 24. Col. Carroll D. Buck was chairman. Speakers on the program included Dr. Harry J. Corper,...
This excellent monograph is a record of the author's experimental studies carried out during 1930-1933 in the University Institute for General Pathology, Copenhagen, on materials from exclusively human sources; it was translated from the Danish by Dr. Hans Andersen. The experimental work...
Clinical pictures of unmistakable signs and symptoms due to hypovitaminosis or avitaminosis are well known. In a recent editorial1 of The Journal are emphasized the remarks of McLester2 that chronic vitamin deficiency may produce vague borderline or subclinical disorders. While many syndromes...
To the Editor:—
Recent correspondence in The Journal (March 17, p. 862; April 14, p. 1246) regarding the standardization of digitalis leaves impressions that are likely to increase the dilemma of manufacturers.
Pharmacologists are largely responsible for...
The truth of the idea that "a multiplicity of remedies advocated for the treatment of any one disease indicates poverty rather than wealth in therapy" is well illustrated by migraine. A hundred miscellaneous "remedies" have been advanced for the treatment of migraine, and still it is...
In this short manual the author reviews the theories on acidosis and alkalosis in infancy and points out the practical application in various clinical conditions. Examinations of the alkali reserve of the blood and acidity of the urine in pyloric stenosis, acute renal insufficiency and...
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