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In his introduction to this eighteenth century classic in balneology, the editor points out that in Smollett's literary works there is a clear picture of contemporary medicine. Although he took a medical degree (in 1750), served his professional apprenticeship at Glasgow, was warranted...
The author presents what appears at first sight to be a plausible discussion of present knowledge of endocrinology applied to clinical medicine. The work is well arranged and fairly well written. However, much of the material does not withstand critical analysis. Many conditions are...
To the Editor:—
To the extensive bibliography of the paper by Dr. N. R. Ingraham Jr., Preputial Calculus, a Clinical Rarity (The Journal, July 13, p. 106) I wish to add the case described by D. Giordano (Compendio di Chirurgia Italiana, Turin, Unione Tipografica...
When one is dealing with an infectious disease, demonstration of the causative agent is always desirable in order to establish the diagnosis. The necessity for demonstrating the organism varies inversely with the vividness of the clinical picture presented by the patient. A new-born...
This book covers the material that has been offered to medical and graduate students at Yale University for some years as a part of the work in physiology. After presenting the most fundamental aspects on the properties of gases and the laws covering them, the author follows with the...
THE THYMUS GLAND
L. G. ROWNTREE, M.D.
Director, Philadelphia Institute for Medical Research PHILADELPHIA
This article and the articles in the previous issues of The Journal are part of a series published under...
Professor von Hoesslin presents in this volume the various nontuberculous diseases of the respiratory system. A good discussion is presented on the etiology of acute and chronic bronchitis, as well as the treatment of these conditions. Considerable space is given to the diagnosis of...
A large number of infants born of mothers known to be syphilitic show no clinical symptoms of the disease during the first weeks of life. Likewise a comparatively large number give negative serum reactions. Roentgenologic evidence of bone lesions characteristic of congenital syphilis is...
Assault and Battery: Unlawful Practice of Medicine as Constituting.—
Lexchin consulted the defendant osteopath relative to a swelling on his right leg near the ankle. The osteopath punctured the swelling. Later the patient consulted other physicians and was taken to...
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