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This well known textbook has been extensively rewritten in regard to endocrinology, nutrition and neurophysiology. The book is suitable for intermediate courses in physiology and should be intelligible to students with little previous knowledge of anatomy or biochemistry. There is a...
[This letter was referred to Dr. Samuel Peluse, who writes:]
To the Editor:—
I wish to thank the writer for calling attention to the erroneous use of the term "cinchonism." The following is Dr. Sullivan's response:
"In this instance, although the...
This collection of reviews in fields of current interest to biochemists and to others who deal with biochemical problems is now in its fourth year. As in past volumes, investigators from many parts of the world have been chosen to prepare the material on the various subjects; thus this...
Planned originally to aid medical officers during the World War, this volume is now in its fourth edition, much revised and greatly enlarged. In its development many competent workers have given their aid and services, and they are credited in the book for their contributions. The...
The authors are right in their idea that it is time a newer book on incompatibilities was written, as the only two little books on the subject (Ruddiman's of 1908 and Hagers' of 1907) are now quite out of date. One looks in vain in those relatively old books for information on the...
DISTRIBUTION OF PHYSICIANS UNDER INSURANCE
An oft repeated indictment against the system of private practice of medicine in the United States is that it leads to an inequitable distribution of medical facilities. The advocates of compulsory sickness insurance and...
THE THERAPEUTICS OF THE COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL
Edited by 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...
This book is a modern presentation of some of the more superficial facts of social psychology. It is somewhat less scientific and less exact than most American books, such as those of Bernard and Allport, and consists largely of quotations from authors on the various subjects discussed....
There seems to be little reason for the appearance of a book of this sort even though the author does say that it was written for the physician (called a scientific treatise on the title page) and for his friends. Possibly the many lay friends of the physician, seeking information on...
This little monograph presents the views of Dr. Knud Faber, based solely on his personal experience with gastritis over a period of forty years. There are three parts, the first on acute and chronic gastritis, the second on gastritis and hyperacidity, and the third on gastritis and...
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