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The adoption of workman's compensation legislation in this country and abroad has brought to the fore an ever increasing number of petitions for compensation, the claim being made that a local injury is responsible for the subsequent development of a malignant growth in the part...
In an examination of six stock cultures used for the commercial preparation of typhoid vaccines, Larkum1 found but one culture of typical virulence and cultural characteristics. In a similar survey, Grinnell2 reported that twelve stock strains of Bacillus typhosus used by different...
With an elevation in the reported incidence of acute anterior poliomyelitis in California during the last spring and early summer months of 1934, the attention of public health officials has been attracted again to an outbreak on the Pacific Coast because of the apparent mutation of certain...
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The American Medical Association broadcasts on a Western network of the Columbia Broadcasting System each Thursday afternoon on the Educational Forum from 4:30 to 4:45, Central daylight...
A man, aged 24, a farmer, came to the outpatient clinic in August 1932 for the treatment of a large tumor on the left buttock, which had increased in size gradually since birth. The man was well developed and healthy. When surgical removal was advised he became frightened and returned home....
To the Editor:—
The communication of Professor Blacklock of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in The Journal, June 16, page 2043, gives opportunity to correct a typographic error that occurred in my communication referred to by Blacklock in The Journal,...
Pathologic breast enlargement of varying degrees has been observed in our clinic, but rarely is the opportunity afforded to present a case of such unusual interest as the one herewith reported:
REPORT OF CASE
E. S., a white girl, aged 14, complained of progressive, painless...
The present study includes a record of major and minor injuries through four consecutive seasons at Cranbrook School, where 80 per cent of the boys play football; the average school attendance is 200 boys. The analysis of the injuries is taken from notes entered each afternoon and...
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