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Dr. Whitehead Named Director of Aeronautics
The appointment of Dr. Roy E. Whitehead, Indianapolis, as chief of the medical section of the aeronautics branch of the U. S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D. C., succeeding Dr. Eldridge S. Adams, resigned, has been...
The object of this book is to present the treatment of injuries to muscles and joints and their sequelae by the method of graduated muscular contractions and to describe the electrical unit used and the technic of its application. The author emphasizes the importance of the restoration...
The adequate handling of children to prevent soiling of body casts presents a difficult problem even in orthopedic institutions where the nursing personnel is especially trained to care for such patients. In general hospitals one depends on a regimen of watchful waiting to cope with such a...
To the Editor:—
It might be of interest to the readers of The Journal to know that De Quincey made somewhat the same observations as were mentioned in the article on the medicinal treatment of the common cold, by Diehl (The Journal, Dec. 23, 1933, p. 2042)....
The two most common diseases that cause a progressive glandular enlargement in youth are tuberculosis and Hodgkin's disease. Consequently the diagnosis often lies between these two. These conditions may resemble each other so closely in the early stages of glandular enlargement that the...
Mercurials have been used as diuretics for many years. More recently salyrgan, an aqueous solution containing about 37 mg. (one-half grain) of metallic mercury to the cubic centimeter, has been used in treating patients with abnormal collections of fluid in the tissue or body cavities.
POTENT BACTERIA-FREE VACCINE VIRUS GROWN ON CHICK EMBRYO MEMBRANES
Goodpasture and his co-workers1 in the Vanderbilt University Medical School have shown that vaccine virus can be grown on the chorio-allantoic membrane of the chick embryo. These results have been...
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