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LARSEN'S "FRESHLIKE" STRAINED APRICOTS
The Larsen Company, Green Bay, Wiscon.
Canned, sieved apricots.
While this book is written primarily for the layman, and especially for the two million or more in this country who are affected by hay fever, its wealth of material should likewise appeal to the general practitioner. The author, a botanist, has been associated for the past twenty years...
Recently McGinn and White1 have reviewed the records of 7,500 necropsies at the Massachusetts General Hospital to determine the frequency with which congenital heart disease has been seen there since 1895. Congenital heart disease was found sixty-seven times, representing an incidence of...
Acute mesenteric nontuberculous lymphadenitis as a clinical entity is a comparatively recent concept. The lymph nodes of the mesentery received but scant attention from the surgeon, probably because they are neither palpable nor visible except in the presence of lymphangitis or regional...
To the Editor:—
The report of the American Medical Association's Committee on Contraceptive Practices contains a quotation from a book written by Mr. Leon F. Whitney and myself. This quotation gives the impression that we do not believe in birth control. This is...
This book is a painstaking, scholarly and exhaustive study of one phase of animal evolution. It presents the work done by the author over a period of many years and it includes the similar work of the last two centuries on cranial muscles and the lower neurons that innervate them. It...
To the Editor:—
It has been pointed out by investigators that a rise in the immature leukocytes is the result of stimulation of the blood-forming organs by the absorbed products of infection. We found the nonfilament count elevated in 96 per cent of our patients with...
Atrophic arthritis is a constitutional disease which manifests itself as a profound systemic disturbance and by a chronic deforming polyarthritis. It should be clearly understood in the beginning that atrophic arthritis is a disease without a known single specific etiologic agent and likewise...
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