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Subluxation of the temporomandibular joint is fairly frequent. Its causes include congenital weakness of the capsule or malformation of the condyles or both. The joint may be strained or injured during general anesthesia, yawning, attempts by children to insert large objects into the...
To the Editor:—
The value of nasal spraying with chemicals has yet to be established as useful for preventing infantile paralysis in man. The conservative physician will so advise his patients and await the results of a competently conducted controlled study....
This official report gives full instructions with precautions for "the examination of pathological material from birds, from experimentally inoculated mice and from human beings suspected of infection with the virus of psittacosis." The methods of demonstrating the virus are described in...
It seems best to limit this discussion to the various types of pericarditis, especially as there is little agreement in belief and practice and it is apparent that many cases of this condition, in its different phases, are still overlooked.
It is striking that operations for...
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
Aug. 28, 1937.
The Risks of Explosion in Anesthesia
In recent years, cases of explosion during the use of anesthetics have been recorded from time to time in this country and in...
The intimate relationship between the plant pigment carotene and the indispensable accessory food factor known as vitamin A is well founded. Carotene is absorbed from the intestinal tract and is changed into vitamin A in the body. The vitamin A potency of plant material is largely due to...
A toxic optic neuritis or a toxic neuritis of any other nerve has not previously been reported as occurring as a result of the administration of sulfanilamide or of any of the related drugs in man. Likewise manifestations of involvement of the central nervous system have been limited to...
The toxic effects of sulfanilamide are yet largely to be evaluated. In the American literature the only references to dermatologic manifestations that I have noted were mention that a morbilliform eruption and urticaria have been observed and sensitiveness of the skin of the lower...
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