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To be worthy of clinical use, any antiseptic must be able to survive severe criticism and to find its true level on a factual basis, confirmed by the studies of at least two independent groups of observers. Quite aside from fallacies arising from assumptions based on analogy, and from...
Streptococcic meningitis has exacted an exceedingly high mortality. Most of the cases have been handled by otologists, as the incidence secondary to otitis media has prevailed in the larger proportion of all reported cases.
Thus far, the mortality rate, approximated from meager...
To one interested in leprosy, particularly the Hawaiian story, this book, published approximately 100 years after the birth of Barbara Kopp, retells the tragedy of the disease during the later days of the kingdom and of the early American acquisition, chronicling much of the same...
This is a collection of clinical studies of a variety of conditions of infectious origin. There are twenty-three lectures or chapters. Among the topics considered may be mentioned tetanus, brucelliasis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and "fièvre boutonneuse" observed in Paris, infectious...
The subject of biochemistry is growing so rapidly and so extensively that it is becoming increasingly difficult for one individual to write an authoritative textbook adequately covering the entire field. In the present volume the editors have attempted to solve the problem by having...
In his discussion of the treatment of otitic sepsis, Ballance1 remarked:
Want of agreement among serious workers about a grave question of surgical treatment arises either from the lumping together of clinical conditions having an essentially different pathological basis or from...
Harrison Narcotic Act: When Prescribing Is Selling; Entrapment; Expert Testimony; Evidence.—
The defendant, a physician practicing in Oklahoma City and duly registered with the United States collector of internal revenue, was convicted in the district court of the...
The women in this study were all colored and each had a strongly positive blood Wassermann reaction during some period of pregnancy.
It has been said that studies of this sort are of local interest only and without value except for the colored race. It is true that the incidence...
This single volume probably contains more original authoritative information than any other book on the subject in any language. The book is an outgrowth of a symposium on the structure and function of the kidney in health and disease, which took place in Minneapolis in 1930. The...
THE THERAPY OF THE COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL
Editedby BERNARD FANTUS, M.D. CHICAGO
In their elaboration, these articles are submitted to the members of the attending staff of the Cook County Hospital by the director of...
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