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In the years since the organization of this section, great advances have been made in the study of the pathogenic streptococci. It is not my intention to review these advances in detail. The problem whether there are specific pathogenic streptococci has not been settled, and I wish to...
An inadequate circulation to the myocardium, particularly of the left ventricle, is primarily responsible for the cardiac disability in coronary artery disease. This varies in extent and distribution with the size and number of vessels involved by the sclerotic process and whether they...
In the year 1933, 1,167 patients, or 3 per cent of the total hospital admissions, entered the Boston City Hospital in coma. The size of this figure is startling and certainly is greater than is generally appreciated. Since there are many causes of coma which require emergency treatment...
The number of cases of poisoning by alphadinitrophenol has greatly increased in the past year. This is due to the fact that the drug is now frequently used either alone or as a constituent of certain preparations for reducing weight. Notwithstanding the considerable number of cases of...
A short time after the appearance of the first clinical report on the use of dinitrophenol,1 we began a series of studies of its effects in producing weight loss in obese patients. It seemed important to determine whether the metabolic stimulation produced by the drug was accompanied by...
A previous paper1 has shown that the reported hospital medical admission rate for acute glomerulonephritis is similar in four latitude regions of the United States and southern Canada. In contrast, there is a diminished case frequency for scarlet fever and rheumatic fever in the South as...
Gongylonema has been found in man in such rare instances that we believe that the circumstances of the isolation and identification, as well as a description, of one found by us may be of interest.
The infestation is common in ruminants, swine and other animals,1 in which it is found in the...
GLANDULAR PHYSIOLOGY AND THERAPY
THERAPEUTICS OF THE THYROID
J. H. MEANS, M.D. BOSTON
This article and the articles in the previous issues ofThe Journalare part of a series published under the...
This article and the articles in the previous issues of The Journal are part of a series published under the auspices of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry. Other articles will appear in succeeding issues. When completed, the series will be published in book form.—Ed.
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