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Epidemiologic and experimental evidence seem to indicate that the virus of poliomyelitis gains entrance to the central nervous system chiefly through the nasopharynx, probably by way of the olfactory nerve. It is an interesting fact that the olfactory nerve fibers are derived from cells...
APPLICATIONS TO COMMITTEE ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH FOR GRANTS
The Committee on Scientific Research of the American Medical Association invites application for grants of money to aid in research on problems bearing more or less directly on clinical medicine. Preference...
The authors of this concise treatise have maintained the editorial policy of the previous editions in presenting a connected outline of the diseases in childhood. For the most part many of the chapters have been recast and revised. Those who are familiar with the previous editions will...
This long awaited book is the combination of many years of the hardest type of labor on this and related subjects. It reveals a tremendous amount of allied research and study, especially in higher mathematics. The author has even been perfecting himself in a knowledge of calculus. As a...
To the Editor:—
This communication is being written after two years' work in a federal transient bureau of an industrial center on the Great Lakes. Most of the families come from the West and the South.
I presumed when I started my work that most of the...
Hemolytic streptococci produce disease by virtue of two attributes; namely, the ability of the bacteria to invade the body tissues and the capacity to form toxins. These are separate qualities requiring separate antibodies for their effective neutralization within the body. The...
This consists of chapters prepared by a large number of authors and edited by Dr. Goldberg. Almost all phases of the disease are covered, from epidemiology, bacteriology, pathology, complications, diagnosis, classification, treatment and prognosis to prevention. The first chapter, by...
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