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Coincidental with the appearance of this editorial begins a survey, under the auspices of the United States Public Health Service cooperating with state and city health departments, of chronic illnesses and physical impairments in the general population. In presenting the survey it is...
This small volume is of no interest to the practicing physician nor of much, if any, value to the student who wishes to acquire "a sound knowledge of the elements of mammalian anatomy" unless the student is either already familiar with the various organs and their names, has an...
It is now approximately two and a half years since total ablation of the normal thyroid gland was first successfully performed for the relief of chronic intractable heart disease at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston.1 The results obtained in ninety patients who have been submitted to...
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
Sept. 7, 1935.
Alcohol and Road Accidents
The minister of transport invited the British Medical Association to make observations on the place of alcohol in the causes of road...
Controlled clinical and experimental studies have shown that convalescent serum is inefficacious in the treatment of preparalytic poliomyelitis.1 The reason for this can be seen from the pathogenesis of the disease, which indicates that poliomyelitis is an infection of the central...
In the seventh line of the abstract of Bielschowsky's article on "Influence of Exophthalmos on Paretic Ocular Muscles" in The Journal, August 10, page 462, the word "exophthalmos" should have been "enophthalmos."
Malpractice: Piece of Broken Tonsillotome Blade in Patient's Body; Statute of Limitations.—
The defendant, a physician, in May 1925 removed the plaintiff's tonsils. About seven and one-half years later a flat, triangular piece of steel was removed from her rectum or...
Abstract The development of our knowledge of chronic constrictive pericarditis, sometimes known as Pick's disease, has recently been traced comprehensively by White1 in a lecture at the Royal Society of Medicine in London. The diagnosis of this condition has added significance now because of the...
This monograph is the answer to controversial points existing among French surgeons and radiologists. The former claim that bleeding uterine myomas and metropathies should be treated only surgically. The treatment of these diseases with radium was originated by the French, while roentgen...
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