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D'Errico1 defined torsion as "a pathological displacement in which the involved structure becomes, in whole or in part, so twisted on itself as to produce strangulation of its tissue." Of the abdominal viscera, torsion of the intestine and appendix is comparatively common, and torsion of...
This volume is printed on good quality paper and is bound like its companion volumes in the Annals of Roentgenology. The work is divided into five chapters, on anatomy, technic and general considerations, roentgenographic technic, interpretation and diagnosis. This division of the...
The combination of sarcoma and tuberculosis of the stomach is a unique condition.
Sarcoma alone is a comparatively unusual form of neoplasm arising from the stomach wall. Ewing1 estimates that sarcomas constitute 1 per cent of all stomach tumors. In his review of cases in 1920, Haggard2 found...
This book, since its appearance in 1917, has merited wide use because it has been revised sufficiently often to keep abreast of the times. The present edition brings together not only all the well established facts concerning the principles of physical diagnosis, with special reference...
Necrobacillosis is an acute infectious disease due to Actinomyces necrophorus and is characterized by a coagulation necrosis followed by caseation. Infection of the lung by Actinomyces necrophorus has been reported but once. This was by Cunningham,1 and the organism was isolated from the lung...
VAN CAMP'S PUREED TOMATOES
Van Camp's, Inc., Indianapolis.
Pasteurized sieved tomatoes, seasoned with salt, largely retaining the natural vitamins...
Obstructive hydrocephalus occurring during the course of meningococcic meningitis is quite unusual today with the present methods of diagnosis and treatment. Rarer still is a favorable outcome when such a condition supervenes. In such a case one has to deal with a closed infection of the...
General Gilchrist Retires
Major Gen. Harry L. Gilchrist, chief of the Chemical Warfare Service, U. S. Army, from 1929 to 1933, retired from active service, January 31, having reached the age of 64 on January 16. General Gilchrist was born in Iowa in 1870. He...
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