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Knowledge of the physiologic rôle of the vitamins has been developed largely from studies of the pathologic changes resulting in experimental animals deprived of these dietary essentials. Investigations of this type have in most instances clearly defined the minimal amount of a...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal, May 1, is an editorial entitled "Causative Factors in Erythema Nodosum." The editorial is based chiefly on a recent article in the Archives of Internal Medicine by W. W. Spink, who reported a critical study of ten cases of erythema...
This is the first of a series of books on surgery of war which the authors are going to publish in the near future and in which their experience in the Chaco war is compiled. The first book deals with the surgical repair of lesions of the peripheral nerves caused by wounding of the...
In this book a psychologist and an advertising man have collaborated to present a study of the factors involved in driving, with a view to determining the causes of accidents and to make recommendations for their prevention. Sixty per cent of all the accidents occur on the highways, 40...
While not at all comparable in scope to the classic book by Hollander on this subject, the Weber contribution is more modern and more adequately illustrated. At the same time it follows closely the general development of art throughout the world. The illustrations are interesting.
This textbook is directed primarily to the general practitioner rather than to the specialist. Nevertheless, it discusses such matters as the use of the slit lamp in ophthalmology and many other technical subjects. The authors are specialists of repute in the fields on which they write....
Here are included the Fitzpatrick lectures, which deal with smallpox, chickenpox, scarlet fever, measles and German measles. J. D. Rolleston writes in a most interesting manner. He has made a thorough search of the periodical literature relating to the diseases with which he was...
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