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Forward displacement of the atlas on the axis is a comparatively rare condition, ordinarily treated by conservative methods. Operative intervention has been recorded in but few cases and only when pressure myelitis has developed. The more common unilateral or rotary dislocation will not...
The prevalence and grave significance1 of heart disease are being emphasized. Nearly 2,000,000 people in this country are suffering from the disease, and deaths from this cause have taken first rank, 224 per hundred thousand of population having been reported for the year 1932. The...
Dr. Mills has been studying for the past six years "climatic and weather effects" and has made "continuous observation of patients in clinic and hospital" and "of laboratory animals under controlled conditions." One need not read far in the book to suspect that Dr. Mills feels that...
The case we are about to present should be of interest to the medical profession for four reasons: (1) the rarity of the condition, (2) the atypical clinical changes, (3) the interesting hepatography and (4) the necropsy.
Primary carcinoma of the liver is a rare entity both clinically and at...
The nature of viruses has been a matter for speculation since Iwanowski1 demonstrated in 1892 that the infective agent causing the mosaic disease of tobacco plants could pass through a porcelain filter. This was the first known virus. Iwanowski's work was confirmed independently by...
This article and the articles in the previous issues of The Journal are part of a series published under the auspices of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry. Other articles will appear in succeeding issues. When completed, the series will be published in book form.—Ed.
In view of its close resemblance to some of the commoner skin diseases treated by the general practitioner, this case of leprosy is reported. It is of general interest because the severe symptoms and usual signs are absent. The confusion with other diseases, the failure of treatment based on...
To the Editor:—
The following aids are helpful for automobile drivers with sciatic neuritis: 1. A snug fitting elastic stocking for the thigh. 2. A rubber sponge fastened to the floor of the car with a piece of leather for the heel of the right foot to rest on, or a...
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