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Nonspecific protein therapy recently celebrated its twentieth anniversary. Like many other new forms of medical treatment, it has had its ups and downs, its defenders and detractors. If during the past few years it has lost some of its former popularity, one need not be surprised, for this has...
The authors have made an elaborate study of the photographic and other physical bases underlying the possibility of demonstrating soft tissue detail in the roentgenogram. The discussions on photographic emulsions, the spectrum of diagnostic rays and the quantitative factors in the choice...
BY THE COUNCIL ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND HOSPITALS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
(See Index, page 1915)
A plan for the survey of tuberculosis hospitals and sanatoriums in the United States was adopted by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals...
Stoner Violates Food and Drugs Act
A fine of $2,000, the maximum penalty, was imposed on "Dr." George DeWitt Stoner, Lakeland, Fla., in federal court at Tampa in November for violating the federal Food and Drugs Act. Stoner was placed on probation for two years. In...
The first observations on the growth of long bones were made by Stephen Hales,1 whose extraordinary versatility in the field of science has generally been overshadowed by the emphasis placed on his discourses on the circulation. Among the numerous contributions of this clergyman and...
Tuberculosis, for the year ended December 1934, ranked as the first cause of death in Puerto Rico. In many other countries the death rate from this disease, especially during the past twenty-five years, has had a downward trend, but in Puerto Rico it has shown a steady rise, demonstrated...
During the past twelve years at the Cincinnati General Hospital, four cases of proved and three of probable traumatic inoculation tuberculosis of the skin with metastasis to regional lymph nodes have been seen. Instances of this condition constitute a very definite but quite unfamiliar...
This is a good book and should prove valuable, particularly to undergraduate students and practitioners of dentistry. There are thirty-two chapters. The chapters on the history of general and local anesthesia are well written and will be useful for purposes of reference....
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